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Branded Site

Each accreditation site is fully customized to reflect the look and feel of your institution’s identity.

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Manage workflow and view standards based on status, due date, or individuals tasked with narrative.

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Create a document directory and embed links and source documents within the self-study narrative.

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Standards can be pre-loaded for any national, regional and program-level accreditation.

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Compliance Assist

The Accreditation module within Campus Labs Compliance Assist offers many valuable benefits:

  • Through a paperless process, self-study reports, faculty credentials, and all supporting documents are easily uploaded to a private and secure web site.
  • Accreditation templates for any regional or national accreditation agency are up-to-date and pre-loaded into the system.
  • Ability to grant user-specific permissions, assign due dates, and track progress.
  • Platform is compliant with Texas House Bill 2504.
  • Campus administrators or evaluators can view self-study reports and documentation anytime, anywhere.
  • Site will be provided on a CD/DVD or USB flash drive for final submission to accreditation agency or evaluators.
  • Interim report sections allow you to efficiently maintain accreditation between renewal years.
What our member campuses are saying about Compliance Assist…

“…We used Compliance Assist to present our Fifth-year Interim Report to SACS in
2008 and our Substantive Change document in 2009. Compliance Assist made the preparation
so much less stressful. Uploading documents, keeping track of progress and assignments,
and editing standards was easy, and the final product looks great and works smoothly.
The chair of the SACS committee commented that she liked the format and ease of
viewing the information. Compliance Assist is intuitive and easy to use, the price
is right, and the accrediting committees were very satisfied.”

Sarah Logan, PhDAssistant VP, Institutional Research & EffectivenessAngelo State University, TX

Angelo State University

Custom Branded Site

Organize strategic priorities, annual reports, and assessment plans at the institutional, divisional, or departmental level. Goals, objectives, and outcomes can be linked across planning documents for a comprehensive picture of institutional effectiveness.

Dashboard Views

Accreditation and program review templates are pre-loaded and kept up-to-date as standards change. Templates provide a structure, but campuses have ample opportunity to customize terminology, adjust or add standards, and choose their preferred format for the supporting narrative.

Embed Sources

Create a document directory and embed links and source documents within the self-study narrative.

Accreditation Agencies

In addition to regional accreditation templates, standards can be pre-loaded for any program-level accreditations.

Case Study

Northeast Mississippi Community College

Compliance Assist:
Giving Northeast Mississippi Community College the tools to streamline accreditation and enhance strategic planning

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Join us for our product-focused or professional development webinars.

Upcoming Webinars in alphabetical order.
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Skill Level: Beginner

Mary Odden

This webinar is an introduction to our departmental and unit program review tool, Program Review, which helps schools design their review criteria, organize their review process, manage their reviewers’ tasks, and track and document the evidence collected. We’ll go over how best to organize and conceptualize the Program Review module and what different types of tools are available for you to use.

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Skill Level: Beginner

George Smiltins

Over the last decade, the assessment of student learning and overall institutional effectiveness has become an ever-growing priority (and mandate). Well-tailored assessment and planning practices ensure higher education institutions are achieving their missions and help improve student learning and the institution as a whole. The value reaped from this process has its costs. The call for accountability through assessment, comes at a time at which tuition is on the rise and graduates face uncertain returns on that investment. At the same time, institutions are confronted with the challenges of decreased funding and operating budgets and call for greater access, affordability and transparency. How can a college or university know when it has invested the "right" amount of resources in assessment? Good practice in assessment involves analyzing the process itself. There are no simple rules for determining how much an institution should spend on this practice. However, a closer look at the costs and benefits of assessment will help institutions find a workable balance that sees them investing in a process that ensures they are living up to their missions and better serving their students.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Kate Griffin

The University of Missouri’s Division of Student Affairs is successfully leading an innovative division-wide student learning outcomes project through a methodical approach. With this effort it was imperative to offer an abundance of professional development and support to their staff. Specifically, Mizzou created and implemented opportunities to support staff with writing, assessing, and reporting on student learning outcomes. Anyone interested in a hands-on professional development experience on student learning outcomes should attend this session. Guest Presenter: Ashli GrabauAshli Grabau is currently the University of Missouri’s Department of Student Life Coordinator for Assessment (2007 – present). In this position, she coordinates department-wide assessment initiatives including campus-wide surveys, supports over 18 offices in developing and implementing annual assessment plans, facilitates department and office strategic plan development and program reviews, and chairs the Student Life Assessment Advisory Committee. In addition, she serves as the chair for the Student Affairs Division Assessment Committee. Through her work over the past five years she has gained experience in coordinating assessment efforts across various Student Affairs areas and has served as the lead facilitator for the division-wide learning outcomes assessment initiative. Prior to her current position, she was the Assistant Director of Student Life at DePaul University and was responsible for assessment for the office and served on the division assessment committee. She has her master’s degree (M.ED.) in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri (1999) and a bachelor’ of arts degree (B.A.) in Psychology from the University of Missouri (1997).

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Shannon LaCount

An assessment story should read like a good mystery book. Meaning it has to have a lead character (the one who wants to know), accompanied by a cast of characters (students, staff, faculty, departments, stakeholders, etc.). It must have a good plot (what is going on here and why), and lastly it has to have an ending (what did we learn and what do we need to do) that completes the story. This methodology can be used to demystify assessment. Putting these stories together in chapters or as an anthology allows one to see the whole picture (book). Guest Presenters: Lisa Erwin, Vice Chancellor for Student Life, University of Minnesota-Duluth Mary Tosch, Student Life Manager, Waubonsee Community College Mary Ward, Special Asst. to the Pres. for Affirmative Action, Bemidji State University

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Upcoming Events View all »

  • April 23, 2014
    WASC Academic Resource Conference
    Los Angeles, CA
  • May 16, 2014
    MIMSAC (Memphis in May Student Affairs Conference)
    Memphis, TN

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