Accreditation

Nurse Helping a PersonAt the Rollins School of Public Health, we take accreditation very seriously. The process not only certifies our quality, competency, and credibility, but it also fosters improvement.

In October 2012, the Council of Education for Public Health, the accreditation agency for Schools and Programs in Public Health, notified the Rollins School of Public Health that it is fully accredited through December 2019. The seven-year accreditation was the maximum for Schools of Public Health.

Rollins joins all of Emory’s professional schools in the University’s Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) accreditation process. Emory University received reaffirmation of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

In a letter received in January 2015, SACSCOC announced that its board of trustees met in December 2014 to formally reaffirm Emory's accreditation for the next decade, requesting no additional reports. Emory was reviewed in October 2013 and visited in March 2014. For more information about accreditation at the Rollins School of Public Health and Emory University, please visit:

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