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Columbus State Community College has been proudly accredited by The Higher Learning Commission since 1973. The Commission is an independent corporation and one of six regional accrediting institutions of higher learning in the United States.
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, IL 60604
Columbus State is accredited to award more than 120 associate degrees or certificates in areas of business, health, health/public services and engineering technologies. .
In 2006, the college started on a new accreditation pathway, the Academic Quality Improvement Program, or AQIP. Created by the Commission, AQIP uses the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) model to guide institutional planning.
In December 2012, Columbus State's accreditation was reaffirmed by the Commission
Notification of Reaffirmation
Out-of-state students who are considering a professional license program at Columbus State should first contact their home state licensing agency. NC-SARA does not provide reciprocity for these programs and Ohio licensing requirements may not meet the criteria of other states.
- AQIP: The Road to Accreditation
- Systems Portfolio
- 2014 Appraisal Feedback Report
- 2010 Appraisal Feedback Report
- AQIP Action Projects
- Quality Awards
- CQI Projects
- CQI Steering Committee
- Noel-Levitz Surveys
- Delaware Campus, Regional Learning Centers and Industry Outreach Sites
- Checkup Visit Documents
- Federal Compliance Report