What - or Who - Are Peer Evaluators?
The peer review process is a hallmark of quality assurance in American higher education and relies on qualified and experienced professionals. Peer evaluator volunteers, drawn principally from higher education institutions, are the key actors in conducting reviews.
Core to our Accreditation System
Peer review is the core of our accreditation system, and its strength and success depend on the generous contribution of insight, effort, and time by hundreds of dedicated volunteers each year. Evaluators are selected for review teams based on their expertise and experience and reflect a diverse, skillful blend of members in terms of gender, race, professional background, and expertise.
Becoming a Peer Evaluator
If you are interested is serving as a peer evaluator please submit the Volunteer Interest form. If you have questions about this form, or about service on an accreditation visit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Volunteer Interest Form