Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is a regionally-accredited institution through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Every ten years, the college completes a comprehensive self-study process leading to continued accreditation. The self-study process is designed to identify strengths, areas for improvement, and required follow-up reporting. The college’s next comprehensive review by the Commission is currently scheduled for 2019.
The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Self Study Report for 2015 is available in pdf format for viewing and printing here. Please note that it is 168 pages if you are planning to print a copy.
Accountability: Student Learning
FDLTCC’s performance in dimensions of student learning is evaluated annually by the Minnesota State system. The results include information on student retention and completion by a variety of social variables, licensure exam pass rates, related employment of graduates, and general student success measures. To a view or print a copy of FDLTCC’s most recent student learning performance metrics results, please click here. The results are also available to the general public through the Minnesota State Board of Trustees Accountability Dashboard at the Minnesota State website.
The Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Assessment Committee Report for April 2015 is available in pdf format for viewing and printing here.
For additional information regarding accreditation, assessment, and other areas related to academic accountability, contact the Commission at (312) 263-0456, or view the website at www.ncahlc.org.
Law Enforcement Program
The Law Enforcement Program is certified by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST).
The Nursing Program is approved by the Minnesota Board of Nursing.
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College is currently seeking special accreditation for Anishinaabeg Gikendaasowinan (all American Indian focused programs including: The American Indian Studies program, Elementary Education program, Community Outreach programs, and Extension programs) through the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC). A comprehensive self-study was completed and submitted to the WINHEC Accreditation Board in spring 2016 identifying the ways in which Anishinaabeg Gikendaasowinan supports and strengthens indigenous knowledge specific to the Ojibwe-Anishinaabe people. In fall 2016, FDLTCC became a candidate for WINHEC accreditation and will be undergoing a site visit April 24 – 28, 2017.
Click here to view or print the WINHEC self-study report for 2017 is available in PDF format.
Click here for “What the Heck is WINHEC,” a brief overview of WINHEC Accreditation.