The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Learn more information about the University of Cincinnati's HLC status and relationship with the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
What are accrediting agencies?
Accrediting agencies are organizations (or bodies) that establish operating standards for educational or professional institutions and programs, determine the extent to which the standards are met and publicly announce their findings.
Are there different types of accreditation?
There are two basic types of educational accreditation, one identified as institutional and one referred to as specialized or programmatic. Institutional accreditation normally applies to an entire institution, indicating that each of an institution's parts is contributing to the achievement of the institution's objectives, although not necessarily all at the same level of quality. Specialized or programmatic accreditation normally applies to the evaluation of programs, departments or schools that usually are parts of a total collegiate or other post-secondary institution.
Specialized or Programmatic Accreditation
UC Clermont academic programs with specialized or programmatic accreditation
Pilot training in the UC Clermont College Aviation Technology Program is provided by Sporty's Academy, Inc. Sporty's Academy is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved pilot school, holder of FAA Air Agency Certificate #XSTS103K, headquartered at the Clermont County Airport in Batavia, Ohio.
The Health Information Systems Technology program is accredited by the
Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM)
233 N. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60601-5800
View accreditation certificate.
The 2019 Annual Program Assessment Report (APAR) submitted on behalf of the University of Cincinnati was reviewed and accepted by CAHIIM in May 2019.