Fall 2013 Ad Hoc Accreditation Report and Site Visit on UAA's Degree-Granting Status
In 2012, the NWCCU approved a substantive change to include the joint Ph.D. degree in Clinical-Community Psychology (a joint program with the University of Alaska Fairbanks) in UAA's accreditation. The Commission took action on the university's candidacy in January 2014 based on an ad-hoc self-evaluation report and site visit conducted in Fall 2013. The accreditation evaluation focused on our status as a doctoral-granting institution.
This website provides information about the site visit and the timeline for the evaluation.
Fall 2013 Ad Hoc Self-Evaluation Report Documents
Using the links below, you may access documents related to the evaluation.
NWCCU Documents: Official communication from the NWCCU regarding the visit
UAA Documents: The first file is the complete self-evaluation report, and the remaining files are shorter excerpts.
The supplemental documents below include relevant strategic plan materials and the original substantive change request from 2011.
Approval to Offer Doctoral Degrees (2012 Announcement)
Dear UAA Community,
From an email to the UAA Community on May 3, 2012