LTC is accredited through the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) of the Higher Learning Commission; a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The U.S. Department of Education sets policy and oversees the accrediting associations. NCA is one of six regional associations that provide institutional accreditation. NCA assesses formal educational activities and evaluates governance and administration, financial stability, admissions and student services, institutional resources, student learning, institutional effectiveness, and relationships with constituencies.
Several of LTC's occupational programs are accredited by a professional entity or approved by a State agency.
The Process Improvement Model empowers cross-functional teams to improve processes, solve problems, and make decisions that impact students, staff, and College operations.
Quality Review Process
The Quality Review Process (QRP) was developed to evaluate educational programs, apprenticeships, basic and general education in the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS). This program review process is used for all programs at LTC with evaluation rotation on a five-year cycle. The process includes an in-depth self-study component (qualitative), scorecard analysis (quantitative), and improvement plans.
Quality is inherent in everything we do;
not just a requirement for accreditation.
Quality at LTC
Quality is achieved at LTC through its People, Process, and Plan.
For more information, contact Nikki.Kiss@gotoltc.edu or call 1.920.693.1134.