Accreditation

 

 

Prescott College has the following accreditation Since 1984:

 

The Higher Learning Commission 
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, IL 60604
800.621.7440

 

Since 1997:

Association for Experiential Education
PO Box 13246
Denver, CO 80201
303.440.8844

Prescott College has been licensed to offer degrees by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education since 1985 when the state legislature first required licensure for higher education institutions.

Prescott College is approved to offer online programs to students living in other states through the Arizona Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement since 2015.  Please note: California residents enrolled in any of our distance programs may contact the California Department of Consumer Affairs Consumer Information Center for compliance support.  

All teacher preparation programs offered by the College are evaluated by the Arizona Department of Education and approved by the Arizona State Board of Education.

1700 W. Washington St. Executive Tower Suite #300
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602.542.5057

 

An Institutional Recommendation (IR) can be issued by Prescott College for teaching certification by the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) if all program requirements have been met. The IR is a legal document that verifies completion of degree requirements for certification and eliminates the need for a course-by-course transcript evaluation by ADE.  Prescott College may issue IR documents for students completing teacher certification programs at the bachelors, graduate, and post-baccalaureate levels of completion.  Please review the certification program of interest for more information regarding specific program requirements in order to receive an Institutional Recommendation from Prescott College.

Arizona Residents

The Masters of Science in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health specialization meets the requirements for professional licensure in the State of Arizona.

All Teacher Preparation Programs at Prescott College meet the requirements for professional licensure in the State of Arizona.

Out-of-State Residents

Prescott College cannot confirm whether its courses or programs meet requirements for professional licensure in your state. For information regarding professional licensure requirements in your state, contact the applicable licensing board or agency in your state and determine whether the program meets requirements for licensure in the state where you reside.

To learn about licensure for Counseling in your state, click here
To learn about licensure for Teaching in your state, click here