SUPA is proud to announce it has earned reaccreditation from the National Alliance for Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships! 

The peer-reviewed designation is awarded to concurrent or dual enrollment programs that exhibit the highest standards to ensure students are being offered college courses with the same rigor and quality that are being offered on campus. Programs must demonstrate that they meet or exceed the standards of quality set by NACEP in the areas of curriculum, faculty, students, assessment, and program evaluation, and must apply every seven years for reaccreditation.

Project Advance was a founding member of NACEP and one of the first programs in the country to receive accreditation in 2004.

As the only national set of quality standards applicable to concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP’s standards currently serve as model standards that have been adapted or incorporated into state policy in 19 states and recognized by multiple disciplinary professional associations and regional institutional accreditors.

According to this NACEP press release, there are now 107 accredited programs in the United States.

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