What is accreditation?
Accreditation is the recognition that an institution maintains education standards .The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality and integrity of the College, confirming that it is worthy of public confidence..
- It plays a critical roleon maintaining both quantity and quality and excellence of academic programs offered of higher education.
- Benefits of accreditation
- Through an informed review process, it identifies strengths, weaknesses and opportunities
- Enhances the planning and resources allocation.
- Provides, via the outcome, funding agencies objective data for performance funding. •Initiates institutions into innovative and modern methods of pedagogy.
- It gives institutions a new platform of directions.
- It provides the stakeholders and the beneficiaries with reliable information on quality of education offered.
- Shares access to information on the quality of education offered in the College
Sub-Saharan University College is licensed by the Ministry of the Higher Education in Sudan to operate. SSUC goal to pursue accreditation for all the degree programs from International Accreditations agencies abroad, where they determine the extent to which the standards are met, and publicly announce their findings.
Sub-Saharan University College will provide the best educational opportunities benefited from academic partnerships with American Universities and the American Community Colleges Association (ACCA) and starting with a memorandum of understanding with Coppin State University in USA, to exchange academic expertise and faculty.