What happens if my college fails to meet the required Standards on a Monitoring Visit?

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What happens if my college fails to meet the required Standards on a Monitoring Visit?

If your college does not meet the required Standards on a Monitoring Visit, you can apply for an Educational Oversight inspection to occur within six months. You will be required to submit an action plan within thirty days outlining how you will remedy the situation. This will then restart the four-year inspection cycle. Please see The Inspection Cycle for more information.

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How do I find a particular College report?

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Our final grading for the inspection was not as good as we expected, can we ask for a re-inspection?

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Can we complain about the inspection?

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For information on how to complain about an inspection, please see Complaints about an Inspection. Read more