Snead State Earns Reaccreditation for 10 More Years


The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges reaffirmed accreditation for Snead State Community College for the next 10 years.

“Many people aren’t aware of the amount of work that goes into a reaffirmation process, but I commend our faculty and staff for going above and beyond to make sure the College is in compliance with the standards set by SACS,” said Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley. “For us, the reaffirmation is a great reward for the hard work. For our students, it says that Snead State continues to strive for excellence in all we do.”

The SACS-COC review committee visited the campus in October to review documentation and meet with the college’s leadership.

Official notification of the reaccreditation came July 15. Snead State will submit a “Fifth Year Interim Report," but the next reaffirmation will not take place until 2024.

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