NEASC Final Report
Johnson State College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). You can download the NEASC final report issued after the most recent NEASC accreditation visit to campus in fall 2005.
Describing how the accreditation process works, NEASC notes, “Accreditation relies on a voluntary, peer review process… Each [review] relies on a 12- to 18-month self-study process undertaken by schools and colleges in regular review cycles. The goals are school effectiveness, improvement and public assurance. Unlike popular magazines, this does not involve ranking institutions, but rather establishes a level of acceptable quality for all accredited institutions.”
Note: JSC is currently preparing a self-study report for the next NEASC accreditation visit, scheduled for fall 2016.
Historical Accreditation-Related Documents
2005 NEASC Team Report Summary
The above document is the official response to Johnson State College’s 2005 self study.
2006 Commission Response to Self Study
2008 JSC Progress Report
2009 Commission Response to Progress Report
2010 Distance Education (EDP) Substantive Change Proposal
2010 Commission Response to EDP Substantive Change Proposal
2010 Fifth-Year Interim Report
2010 Commission Response to Fifth-Year Interim Report
2012 Distance Education (EDP) Interim Report
2012 Commission Response to Distance Education (EDP) Interim Report
2014 Commission Change of Comprehensive Evaluation to Fall 2016