Accreditation

Academic Achievements and Accomplishments

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is proud of its academic achievements and accomplishments.   Our most recent efforts are listed below.

Accreditation

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The SVCAA is responsible for coordinating University efforts to prepare for the accrediting agency's periodic site visits and reviews.

See our accreditation web page and our NCA accreditation self study.


Academic Reports

View our Academic Reports.


General Education Review and Reform

As the Chancellor announced in his 2005 State of the University address, UNL embarked on a two-year process of reviewing and reforming its general education program: The time frame here is ambitious but we need to get this done. We must set as our goal to have a program that can be adopted in the Spring of 2007 with a staged implementation beginning with the class that enters the university in the Fall of 2007. We are counting on faculty to take a thoughtful and active interest in this process from the outset so that we can achieve this goal with adequate opportunity for reflection and approval.

Learn more about General Education at UNL. Learn more about Achievement Centered Education at ace.unl.edu.


Information Technology Review

Administrators have reviewed how information technology is currently serving the UNL campus and its mission.


Initiative for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ITLE)

Learn more about ITLE.