Self Study Reports Collection, 1955 -- 2003

This collection has:

2.0 Linear Feet
4 boxes
8 Volumes

Self-study reports are used in many accreditation processes as a way for institutions to document their own programs in order to assist reviewing bodies in determining whether those programs meet the criteria for approval. The Office of Institutional Research maintains a list of associations, agencies, and government bodies that accredit, approve, and license Tufts University and its programs, along with those programs' accreditation status. Among them are the New England Association for Schools and Colleges and Commission for Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association.

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