ACCET & CEA Accreditation Consultants: Help with Deferrals, Denials, and Other Issues
Since the full implementation of The Accreditation of English Language Training Programs Act in December of 2013, all ESL schools that wish to be SEVIS certified to enroll foreign students must be accredited. Schools that underwent the process but were deferred or denied accreditation by ACCET or CEA are at serious risk of losing permission to issue Form I-20. The Tri-Logos consulting team specializes in guiding intensive English program schools through ACCET and CEA accreditation, and over the past few years we have worked with clients in California, Georgia, Nevada, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Utah, Washington, and other states, helping them achieve successful outcomes. Whether your school is undergoing initial accreditation, reaccreditation, or facing a deferral or denial, TLA can help. Contact us today for pricing and other information.