Two North-West College Campuses to Receive the 2016-2017 ACCSC School of Distinction Award
North-West College Santa Ana and North-West College Long Beach are recognized by ACCSC for their commitment to delivering quality education programs
North-West College (NWC) is pleased to announce that not one, but two, of its campuses have been recognized with the prestigious "School of Distinction Award” by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). North-West College, Long Beach and North-West College, Santa Ana have both earned this esteemed award.
The award is given to ACCSC-accredited institutions that have demonstrated a commitment to meeting the expectations and rigors of accreditation as well as a commitment to delivering quality educational programs.
"All of us at North-West College take pride in achieving this coveted award," Chief Strategy Officer Serjik Kesachekian shared. "It's a noteworthy accomplishment and an honor to be recognized by ACCSC. It illustrates the hard work and dedication of our Team Members at both the Campus Support Center and at the campus level. We extend special congratulations to all of our NWC Team Members in Long Beach and Santa Ana."
School of Distinction accolades will be given out at ACCSC's 2017 Professional Development Conference to be held September 25-27 in Reston, Virginia. The award will be personally presented to North-West College by ACCSC Executive Director, Dr. Michale McComis, who was also a keynote speaker and honored guest at SEC's own Professional Development Conference, held this past May.
To learn more about North-West College or NWC's health care training programs, please contact Nancy Aguillon at NancyA@success.edu.
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