What is Accreditation?
Accreditation is an annual assessment process implemented in 2004-2005. It is a comprehensive review and assessment of all facets of chapter operations and is a key process in the development and maintenance of chapter standards. Chapters are required to submit an annual report and conduct a presentation to a panel of faculty, staff, students and alumni. Throughout the academic year, undergraduate chapters receive significant training and coaching related to the Accreditation process. Chapters are rated and given feedback through reports and chapter development questions that they are encouraged to consider in their planning for the following year.