Paroba College is accredited by The National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS), an independent agency dedicated to evaluating beauty and cosmetology post-secondary schools.
What Does Accreditation Mean?
Accreditation means that a school has met national standards of educational performance that have been established by an impartial nongovernmental agency. Accreditation is a proud tradition among reputable private postsecondary schools in America.For years, accreditation of schools has been the most authoritative and reliable index of a school’s concern for integrity toward its students and quality education.
Proper accreditation is required in order for a school to be eligible for Federal Financial Aid. As an accredited institution, Paroba College is proud to be able to help students who qualify apply for financial aid.
Maintaining a high of employment for graduates, within their chosen field, is a big part of accreditation. In order to maintain accreditation Paroba must demonstrate a consistently high graduate job placement rate.
Accreditation is NOT mandatory
Paroba College chooses to go through the rigorous accreditation process to stay accountable and to demonstrate on ongoing commitment to providing high-quality career education.
What is the Role of the U.S. Department of Education in Postsecondary Accreditation?
The U.S. Department of Education does not accredit educational institutions and/or programs. However, the Secretary of Education is required by law to publish a list of nationally recognized accrediting agencies that the Secretary determines to be reliable authorities as to the quality of education or training provided by the institutions of higher education and the higher education programs they accredit.
Paroba’s accrediting agency, NACCAS, appears on the Secretary of Education’s list of nationally recognized accrediting agencies.