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  1. What is a QEP?
    A Quality Enhancement Plan is a significant effort that SACSCOC-accredited colleges undertake each ten years to improve some aspect of student learning. The plan helps enhance student learning at LTC by identifying a need or an area that presents opportunities for improvement to help students achieve their educational goals.

  2. What is Lanier Tech’s QEP topic?
    Through fall of 2014 and spring of 2015, the College analyzed data from a number of reports, focus groups, and surveys. A broad range of Lanier Tech stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, advisory board members, and community leaders shared their ideas to identify a topic that would have a lasting effect throughout the College. After multiple sessions to review and discuss these results, the College selected improving student success in Math Learning Support courses as LTC’s QEP topic... “Math multiplies opportunites!”

  3. What is SACSCOC?
    The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges is the regional accrediting body for degree-granting institutions of higher education in the Southern states of the U.S. Every 10 years, SACSCOC evaluates LTC on a variety of standards to reaffirm accreditation, as it does with all its participating institutions.

  4. What is accreditation and why is it important?
    Accreditation is a way to assure that an educational institution is offering a quality education. The process includes research-based evaluation of the institution’s programs. SACSCOC lists the standards they require on their website, www.sacscoc.org.

    Accreditation is one way in which LTC demonstrates quality to students, parents, and the community. Because LTC is regionally accredited by SACSCOC, our students are eligible for federal financial aid and a number of courses taken at Lanier Tech will transfer to four-year colleges.

  5. When will the QEP be implemented?
    The QEP Design Team is currently developing a redesign of the Math Learning Support Program. Math Learning Support classes in the new format will be offered in January 2016.
 
 
   
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