CERTIFICATION

 

The Commission for Independent Education

The Commission for Independent Education, an agency of the Florida Department of Education, has statutory responsibilities in matters relating to nonpublic, postsecondary, educational institutions. Under this Commission, Religious institutions that meet the requirements found in Section 1005.06(1)(f), Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-5.001, Florida Administrative Code are not under the jurisdiction or purview of the Commission for Independent Education and are not required to obtain licensure. As a religious institution, Central Christian University is one of the nonpublic, postsecondary, educational institutions that are exempt from state licensure. Click here to visit their website www.fldoe.org.

International Council of Universities Membership

Who Certifies?

International Council of Universities

For more information please visit their website: http://www.icou.org/

What happens if we are NOT certified?

The university and all its members lose prestige in front of the public opinion. If the university is not certified, the professional diploma of their graduates retains validity.

What is it good for?

It allows us to continually self-assess ourselves and develop plans for intervention on the quality of education.

It allows us to see our strengths and weaknesses by constantly evaluating our programs, and most importantly it allows us to coordinate support among all stakeholders of the university community to face challenges of change for improving the general conditions of education.