Maintain Accreditation

Once accreditation is achieved, a degree program retains its accredited status for six (6) years. The accreditation period runs annually from July to June. For example, if a degree program is accredited in July of 2024, the program is in good standing until June of 2030. Reaccrediting degree programs begin the reaccreditation process during the fall prior to the year in which their degree program’s accreditation status expires (see Reaccreditation Timeline).

In order to maintain accreditation, degree programs are required to pay their annual accreditation fee and to complete an Annual Update Survey, which provides EHAC with important statistical information related to changes in faculty, research interests, student enrollment and graduation rates. The Annual Update Survey is conducted via Survey Monkey and must be completed annually in early March.