Eastern Nazarene College is currently undergoing its accreditation review and as part of the process, the college is seeking input and feedback from the wider community.
Completed once every 10 years, the accreditation process includes a review by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, a subsidiary of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. ENC also must submit a written self-study report, and hopes to include input from its Quincy and South Shore neighbors.
“Accreditation is a crucial component toward maintaining academic excellence, and the self-study process is an opportunity for ENC to reflect on our strengths and potential areas of improvement,” President Corlis McGee said. “By reviewing our self-study report and offering feedback, local residents can help us ensure that the report is not only an accurate reflection of the college, but also of the community which we have called home for nearly 100 years.”
To review ENC’s self-study report, go to www.enc.edu/neasc and click on “ENC Self Study-Report”. After reviewing the report, comments may be submitted by clicking on “Feedback Form”.
Related at ENC: NEASC Self-Study Report