Higher Learning Commission Invites Third-Party Comment

by Katie Bradley | Jul 22, 2015

Marian University is seeking continuation of its accreditation status from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). As part of the review of Marian University’s accreditation status, HLC representatives will visit the campus this fall, November 2-3. The university has been accredited since 1956.

Founded in 1895, the Higher Learning Commission is one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States and accredits degree-granting, post-secondary educational institutions in the North Central region of the country. The commission is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Students, parents, alumni, donors, local businesses, and the general public are invited to send written, signed comments directly to the commission as part of the accreditation process.

Send comments to:

Public Comments on Marian University Indianapolis
The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500,
Chicago, IL 60604

All comments must be submitted to HLC by October 5, 2015 (four weeks prior to the start of the visit).

Comments can also be submitted electronically via The Higher Learning Commission website

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