Accreditation

University Accreditation 

Since 1913, the University of Kansas has been continuiously accredited by the Higher Learning Commission - an accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The website for the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) provides information on institutions accredited by the Commission including KU's Statement of Affiliation and Organizational Profile. Please visit our statement of accreditation status page on the HLC website for more information.

Program Accreditation

In addition to institutional accreditation, a number of programs maintain specialized accreditation from a wide range of agencies.  A list of accredited programs by campus is below. 

-Lawrence and Edwards Campuses (pdf)

-KUMC Campuses (pdf)

Faculty Credentials

A full list of faculty and their academic credentials can be found here.

Office of the Provost
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