Accrediting agency for private schools, colleges, Universities, and seminaries, worldwide
The National Accreditation Association for Private schools, colleges, seminaries, and seminaries (NTAAC) was established to promote sound biblical-educational standards and ethical business practices to private Schools, colleges, and universities. The agency accredits schools anywhere in the world and it provides a highly refined and recognized accreditation program, offering distance learning institutions the most current, relevant and practical services at a very reasonable fee setting for new and established schools.
The cost of accreditation
If Accreditation is voluntary in this country, why it is so expensive? Why should your school pay $25,000.00 for an appeal or something trivia? NTAAC believes accreditation should be voluntary, affordable for struggling schools across the nation. Whether you’re accredited or not, NAA opens the door to alleviate your financial extortion. If you know a school of any sort that is sinking under heavy expenses and a heavy continuation fee or annual fee, tell them about NTAAC. We can help!
The National Accreditation Association (NTAAC) sets specific standards for institutions providing academically challenge education. Its purpose is to promote and preserve high quality, educationally sound and widely accepted distance education.
NAA member institutions offer a variety of academic, vocational, and non-vocational courses online and by correspondence. These courses often make use of specially written learning texts and quite often include audio-visual training devices, ministry enhancing materials, tools, computers, and other equipment. Course length ranges from a few weeks to over four years of study. Although most distance study institutions teach students entirely “at a distance,” some institutions offer courses which feature a combination of distance and resident training.
The mission of NTAAC is to foster and preserve high quality, Christian, and non-Christian based schools, and educationally sound, and widely accepted a form of education. It works to ensure that NTAAC accredited distance learning remains a viable and effective method of education and training for learners of all ages. NTAAC promotes institutional self-improvement, ensures academic quality and aids its members in the quest for acceptance and excellence.
The mission of NTAAC is to foster and preserve high-quality, Christian-based and educationally sound and widely accepted distance education. It works to ensure that NTAAC accredited distance learning remains a viable and effective method of education and training for learners of all ages. NAA promotes institutional self-improvement, ensures academic quality and aids its members in the quest for acceptance and excellence.
What are the goals of the NTAAC?
- To serve the members of the Association and the student body they serve;
- To promote the interest and general welfare of the distance education and independent learning fields;
- To establish standards for the operation and conduct of distance education institutions;
- To provide accreditation to organizations meeting these standards and uphold them;
- To promote the adoption of sound Christian educational standards and ethical business practices in the distance Christian education and independent learning fields;
- To co-operate with public and private agencies at all levels in the development and exchange of information helpful to the advancement of the field of distance education;
- To work together, co-operate with local, state and federal authorities to maintain high standards and sound policies in the fields of distance education and independent learning;
- To conduct and promote research for the advancement of distance education and independent learning; and
- To undertake any activity necessary for the accomplishment of these goals, consistent with the public interest and the interests of the distance education and independent learning fields.
10.To be a resource center and a support group for the member intuitions
What are the Benefits of Accreditation?
There are many benefits to being accredited.
- Provides a reliable indicator of institutional quality for counselors, employers, educators, governmental officials, and the public
- Is an expression of confidence in the educational program, the policies, and the procedures of the institution by its peers—a lasting source of pride to the institution.
- Is an external source of stimulation to improve services, programs, and staff through periodic self-studies and evaluations by an outside agency.
- Is an assurance of high standards and educational quality through the institution’s adherence to established criteria, policies, and standards.
- Brings the institution recognition through the extension of special status by several states under their legislation and regulations, as well as recognition given by federal, state, and local agencies in referring students to accredited schools.
- Allows an institution to be listed in the NTAAC Directory of Accredited Institutions.
- Enables an institution to participate in workshops a seminary conducive to help them better their services to students.