自1913年以来, the University of Chicago has been continuously accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 S. 拉萨尔圣., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604; 800.621.7440. Additional information regarding accreditation, 批准, or licensure of the University is available upon request from Ingrid Gould, 副教务长, 773.702.8846, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the University’s accreditation, various academic programs receive specialized accreditations. Information regarding accreditation, 批准, or licensure from individual academic programs is available upon request as follows:
- 十博备用网址 Booth School of Business
Accredited by: Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
Contact: Lisa Messaglia, Associate Dean of Faculty and Academic Affairs, 773.702.8220, 丽莎.email@example.com
- 十博备用网址 Divinity School
Accredited by: Association of Theological Schools
Contact: Suzanne Riggle, Associate Dean for Finance and Administration, 773.702.8219, firstname.lastname@example.org
- 十博备用网址 Urban Teacher Education Program
Accredited by: Illinois State Board of Education
Contact: Tinishia Legaux Washington, Interim Leader and Foundations Year Instructor, 773.895.8071, email@example.com
- 十博备用网址 Law School
Accredited by: Association of American Law Schools
Contact: Marsha Ferziger Nagorsky, Associate Dean for Communications and Lecturer in Law, 773.834.5958, firstname.lastname@example.org
- 十博备用网址 Pritzker School of Medicine
Accredited by: Liaison Committee on Medical Education
Contact: Vineet Arora, Dean for Medical Education, 773.702.0223, email@example.com
- 十博备用网址 Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice
Accredited by: Council on Social Work Education
联系人:Waldo E. 约翰逊,小., Associate Professor and Deputy Dean for Curriculum, 773.834.0400, firstname.lastname@example.org
Distance Education Programs Authorization
十博备用网址 is authorized to offer distance 教育 programs through its participation in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA). SARA is a voluntary agreement among member states that establishes comparable national standards for postsecondary distance 教育 courses and programs.
In keeping with SARA guidelines, as well as other applicable legal requirements, distance learners are afforded certain rights and protections, including the ability to bring complaints regarding a distance-learning program. Examples of issues that could lead to complaints include: veracity of recruitment and marketing materials; accuracy of information about tuition, fees and financial aid; and complete and accurate admissions requirements for courses and programs.
Complaints related to the University’s distance 教育 programs should be directed to the Office of the Dean of Students in the University (5711 S. 据大街.十博官网最新网站，IL 60637或 DOS-University@barnettsmotel.com). This office will investigate the complaint in a timely fashion, 解决投诉, report the outcome to the complainant, and maintain a record of the complaint. This resolution process does not apply to complaints about grades or student conduct violations, which instead may be submitted and resolved through the established University of Chicago procedures for these types of matters.
If a complaining party is not satisfied with the resolution of the complaint, students from participating SARA states may contact the Illinois Board of Higher Education (the Illinois SARA portal agency) with complaints that were not resolved through the student complaint procedure described above. The Illinois Board of Higher Education’s online complaint system is available at http://complaints.ibhe.org. Students may also contact the Illinois SARA Coordinator at the Illinois Board of Higher Education, Nkechi Onwuameze (email@example.com, 217.557.7382, Illinois Board of Higher Education, 1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, 333套房, 斯普林菲尔德, IL 62701).
Many professions in the US are regulated by state agencies that require individuals to obtain a license or certification as a condition of employment. States differ as to which professions are regulated in this manner. 常见的类别包括, 但不限于, 法律服务, 社会服务, 体系结构, 工程, 教育, 会计, 和卫生保健. 十博备用网址 encourages any prospective student who is considering an online program that requires a professional license in the prospective student’s home state to contact the appropriate licensing body for guidance before embarking on an academic program located outside of that home state. Any current student who is enrolled in an online program that requires a professional license and is considering relocating to a new state is likewise encouraged to contact the appropriate licensing body in the new state for guidance relating to professional licensure. Prospective or current students may also contact the University Registrar at the University of Chicago with questions regarding professional licensure.