Meeting between CRUCH Postgraduate Directors and Dr. Patricia O'Brien, expert in accreditation

"Accreditation is not and should not be a mere bureaucratic process" 

On Wednesday, June 13, a meeting on accreditation standards in the United States graduate system took place at the CRUCH offices, which was attended by Dr. Patricia O'Brien, deputy director of NEASC (www. neasc.org) The New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the CRUCH Graduate Commission. "Accreditation is not and should not be a mere bureaucratic process because it has a dual purpose: quality assurance and continuous improvement," said the expert.