AQIP Quality Framework AQIP Quality Framework 3-Understanding Students' and Other Stakeholders' Needs 4-Valuing People 5-Leading and Communicating 6-Supporting Institutional Operations 1-Helping Students Learn 8-Planning Continuous Improvement 9-Building Collaborative Relationships 2-Accomplishing Other Distinctive Objectives 7-Measuring Effectiveness

Mott Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (HLC/NCA) through the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP).

Since 2005, MCC has used AQIP as our institutional accreditation system as well as a strategic planning and continuous quality improvement process. As an AQIP institution, MCC regularly analyses its efforts in Helping Students Learn and Accomplishing Other Distinctive Objectives. A number of ongoing processes ensure MCC's continuous work on quality principles, including an annual Action Project cycle, a 4-year Strategy Cycle, and Reaffirmation of Accreditation every 7 years.

MCC consciously places student learning and continuous quality improvement at the center of its policies and processes. These pages contain a wealth of materials related to MCC's ongoing quality efforts. This continuous quality improvement approach will ensure that MCC maintains and improves its plans and goals in alignment with the expectations of HLC/NCA.


Mott Community College
Academic Quality
Improvement Program

Contact Us:
Amy Fugate, Ph.D.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
(810) 762-0237


AQIP Team Member
Contact Information


AQIP System Portfolio

Systems Portfolio Process
Process documents for the completion of MCC's 2009 Systems Portfolio.
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