Campus Accountability Report (CAR) 2016
the Guidelines and Instructions carefully
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In accordance with Section 2-1-801 of the Accreditation Criteria, all ACICS main and additional location campuses are required to submit a Campus Accountability Report (CAR) each year for the July 1- June 30 reporting period. The CAR is due on or before November 1 (If on weekend, then due Monday after November 1) annually and must be submitted online.
The CAR report contains program-level and campus-level data and is used to monitor performance in terms of student achievement at both levels. Measures include retention; placement; and licensure, registration or certification pass rates, if applicable.
IMPORTANT CAR INFORMATION
Online Submission of Reports
All accredited main and additional location campuses which were accredited during the reporting period (July 1 through June 30) are required to file the Campus Accountability Report and supporting documentation online.
Retention and Placement Information
ACICS will determine average retention and placement rates annually for campuses, based on information collected in the Campus Accountability Report and will provide this data to all accredited campuses in the Key Operating Statistics (KOS) report.
Student Achievement Review
ACICS will apply student achievement standards to data collected through the Campus Accountability Report. The student achievement standards are described on the website under the Accreditation tab. Campuses whose retention or placement rates fall below the ACICS compliance standard are restricted from beginning a new program and/or a non-main location without first securing permission from ACICS.
Request to Waive Restrictions
If a campus is applying for a waiver request to initiate a new program(s) and/or a nonmain location(s), and the campus is currently on retention and/or placement reporting, the information must be submitted at least 30 days prior to a Council Meeting.
Campuses are required to upload appropriate back-up data to the ACICS Campus Accountability Report. During all scheduled and unscheduled evaluations, campuses will be asked to produce this information.
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