NACEP’s Letter of Intent for the 2024-2025 NACEP accreditation cycle is available for programs seeking initial accreditation or re-accreditation for our Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) endorsement and the College-Provided Faculty Model (CPF) endorsement. Programs must complete the Letter of Intent in the academic year in which they plan to submit an accreditation application to notify NACEP.
The accreditation cycle, application, and peer review dates are the same for both programs seeking initial accreditation and those programs applying for re-accreditation. A reminder to currently accredited programs, that in order to maintain your accredited status your program will undergo a re-accreditation application review during your scheduled review cycle.
Review the current listing of NACEP Accredited Programs for specific details regarding re-accreditation years.
For programs participating in the 2024-2025 cycle, refer to details and information below, regarding the accreditation cycle.
COMPLETE THE LETTER OF INTENT (via Google Form)
DEADLINE: Friday, December 1, 2023
Available only through the NACEP membership dashboard
You will login in using your institutional membership account credentials
Submit the $200 (non-refundable) fee payment for the Letter of Intent
NACEP must receive and process payment prior to the deadline to review the Letter of Intent.
Includes questions regarding contact information, institutional characteristics, program size, and list of courses with discipline designation.
For more information about the accreditation application process, refer to the Application Process & Resources webpage. Refer to the "Accreditation Cycle" dropdown menu and refer to the 2024-2025 cycle for details regarding the steps and deadlines.
For more information about the accreditation application process, refer to theApplication Process & Resources webpage.
Upon receipt of the Letter of Intent, an Accreditation Commissioner will screen the information and accompanied discipline list and make recommendations/changes as deemed necessary. The organization of the discipline list will be the basis for the evidence pertaining to courses in the application. A discipline list template is available with applicable information in each tab for CEP and CPF lists. Upon approval, a NACEP staff member will send an email notification with the screening status, along with further instructions on the electronic application requirements, process, and expectations.
Contact Andrea Roma, Accreditation and Member Services Coordinator at email@example.com questions.