ACCREDITATION COMMISSION FOR EDUCATION IN NURSING (ACEN) CONSULTING

Aquinas Network consultants have led and managed successful ACEN visits, submitted many Self Studies, and have done mock visits at multiple schools. As you know, nursing schools, now more than ever, need programmatic accreditation and Aquinas Network can help get you there.

The ACEN is overseen by a 17-member Board of Commissioners. The Commissioners are chosen by the representatives of ACEN-accredited nursing programs. The legal origin for the foundation and assembly of the Commission is defined in the Bylaws and the Articles of Incorporation. The ACEN is incorporated under the regulations of the state of New York.

The purpose of the ACEN is to deliver focused accreditation for all levels of nursing education and transition-to-practice curriculums located in the United States, U.S. Territories, and internationally.

Helps student recruitment. Provides students information for career and education decisions. Allows eligibility for financial support from federal and state agencies, and foundations. Is mandatory by many nursing programs for admission to undergraduate and graduate programs. Is mandatory by some state regulatory agencies. Assists employers seeking graduates for hire who are competent practitioners.

ACCREDITATION COMMISSION

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