Taylor University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association (ph. 312.263.0456) - AQIP, the Council on Social Work Education, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education-Indiana, and the Indiana Professional Standards Board and the music program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. Computer Engineering and Engineering Physics programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Also, Taylor University is seeking accreditation by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP)
"The HLC's Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) infuses the principles and benefits of continuous improvement into the culture of colleges and universities by providing an alternative process through which an already-accredited institution can maintain its accreditation. An institution in AQIP demonstrates how it meets accreditation standards and expectations through a sequence of events that align with the ongoing activities of an institution striving to improve its performance.
Based upon principles common to high performance organizations, AQIP draws from a variety of initiatives and programs - Total Quality Management (TQM), continuous improvement (CI), Six Sigma, ISO 9000 registration, state and national quality awards, and others. Many of AQIP's quality principles - focusing on key processes, basing decisions on data, decentralizing control, empowering faculty and staff to make the decisions that directly affect their work -have long been traditions in higher education, although their form and the breadth of their practice in particular institutions may vary greatly."
As an AQIP institution, Taylor is dedicated to high performance and to our stakeholders. Additional information about AQIP, continuous improvement and accountability activities, as well as a record of Taylor's current AQIP Action Projects are available at HLC/AQIP. View Accreditations and Memberships for a complete list of accreditation documents maintained and available for review, upon request, at the office of the Provost (765) 998-5200.
Information concerning Taylor University's academic programs is found in the academic catalog and, for distance learning degrees and courses, visit Taylor University Online. Transfer of credit policies are available on below or by contacting the Office of the Registrar at (765) 998-5129 or email@example.com. Currently, Taylor has no articulation agreements with any other university.
Taylor University prepares teachers for initial state certification and provides an annual report to the state. This report can be accessed at Title II and Title II Transition to Teaching. Information about academic and other physical plant facilities that relate to the academic program are found here, and information about faculty and other instructional personnel can be obtained from the academic catalog, and distance learning.