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Applicable Policy Statement. Any institution seeking or holding accreditation from more than one U.S. Department of Education recognized accrediting body must describe itself in identical terms to each recognized accrediting body with regard to purpose, governance, programs, degrees, diplomas, certificates, personnel, finances, and constituencies, and must keep each institutional accrediting body apprised of any change in its status with one or another accrediting body.

Documentation: The institution should (1) list federally recognized agencies that currently accredit the institution, (2) provide the date of the most recent review by each agency and indicate if negative action was taken by the agency and the reason for such action, (3) provide copies of statements used to describe itself for each of the accrediting bodies, (4) indicate any agency that has terminated accreditation, the date, and the reason for termination, and (5) indicate the date and reason for the institution voluntarily withdrawing accreditation with any of the agencies. (Or you can reference Part II, Item 5, Accreditation, for your response and also include your response to Item (3) above.)

Compliance ____ Non-Compliance


Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) remains in compliance with this comprehensive standard. FTCC has 23 curriculum programs of study that are currently accredited by third party agencies recognized by the United States Department of Education.


FTCC’s programs of study accredited by third party agencies are subject to cyclical reviews by the national organization specific to each discipline. All programs of study accredited by third party agencies are in good standing. Information concerning the accreditation status of these specific programs are published in the College’s Fact Book (pg. 10), which is posted on the College's website. All programs are currently in good standing with the appropriate agency. Additionally, information regarding accredited programs can be found in the College’s catalog (pg. 8). Since the last accreditation review, the College has one program, Accounting, that the accrediting body discontinued their accreditation for all colleges. There are no other instances of the following events: withdrawal of membership from an accrediting body, and termination of accreditation by an agency, or a sanction by another accrediting agency.