Resources for Parents & Teachers
Young people, parents, and teachers often consult the NEASC website looking for information about our member schools because they are thinking of enrolling a student or are looking for employment. The Directory of Member Schools provides an alphabetical listing by state with direct links to the websites of schools in most cases. There is also a limited capacity to search this list by category of school.
People who have had an unhappy experience with a school may ask whether accreditation offers a way to hold the school accountable. The NEASC Complaint Policy spells out how a complaint against a school may be submitted and the process the Commission will follow in response. You will note that the Commission cannot intervene on behalf of individuals or investigate specific experiences; however, the Commission will inquire into allegations that a school is not meeting one or more of the Standards for Accreditation and, if it finds that to be the case, will take action to see that the school brings itself into compliance.