The great majority of United States Education Commission Members are quality assurance agencies that operate in many different ways, although the Network also welcomes (as associate members) other organizations that have an interest in QA in Higher Education.
The current membership criteria and procedures of USEC wants to ensure quality, accountability, and responsibilities of the applicants and current members in order to keep instilling trust and credibility among the wider Hgher Education community.
Associate members are tertiary education institutions or organizations with a major interest in evaluation, accreditation and quality assurance in higher education, but aren’t responsible for assuring the quality of institutions or education programs.
Full members consist of organizations responsible for assuring the quality of academic institutions and programs, such as accreditation, audit or other bodies responsible for the external evaluation of institutions and/or programs.
Affiliate members are individuals who have an interest in assessment, accreditation and quality assurance of higher education institutes. They have been involved in tertiary education quality assurance and assessment.
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USEC is an accreditation granting association with more than 200 members dedicated to maintain and promote extraordinary academic standards and practices. Read more about our members.
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