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Accreditation Commissions
Harvest Christian University holds a certificate of Accreditation " Granted by  Three Accreditation Commissions. These Accreditations assist in assuring a wide scope of post-secondary educational programs opportunities. Harvest Christian holds Accreditations since 2017. The Accreditation is based on the criteria on the Accrediting Bodies and their guidelines.



 

KOHRAC: The Kingdom of Hawai`i Royal Accreditation Commission

 AFFIRMING AND PROVIDING STRUCTURE FOR INDIGENOUS, FIRST NATION, ABORIGINAL, AND SOVEREIGN EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS.

 

Note: For purposes of clarity, KOHRAC utilizes the term Indigenous to refer to First Nations, Indigenous Peoples, Aboriginals and Sovereign citizens. The Indigenous Peoples include over 6% of the world’s population and therefore includes a wide variety of references and terms.

 

Higher Education (HE),

Indigenous Teacher Education (ITE),

Pre-School to 12th Grade Education (P-12)

Trade Schools and Certifications

  • The Kingdom of Hawai`i Royal Accreditation Commission (KOHRAC) was formed January 2018, by HRM King Edmund K. Paki-Silva Jr.

    King Keli`i’s Decree announcing the formation of KOHRAC states that KOHRAC ‘s purpose is to provide clear recognition of Indigenous cultures and unique methods of education and acknowledgement of the Way of Knowing common to all indigenous People.

    The unique educational tools developed over a two-year period are provided by KOHRAC to form a bridge to conventional Western higher education measurement. KOHRAC includes development of Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate level Indigenous Knowledge course curriculum. KOHRAC has designed for its members Indigenous education methods, progress measurement tools, and testing programs. These innovations based on Indigenous methodology represent a unique niche of higher education which honors the Way of Knowing and its individual application for personal education and growth.

    Authority

    The authority for this accreditation program is issued by King Edmund K. Paki-Silva Jr., Ali`i Nui Mō`ī, Sovereign King of The Kingdom of Hawai`i. The Kingdom of Hawai`i is an independent, self-regulated and self-governing country which exists within and claims the area of the Hawaiian Archipelago. The authority for this accreditation program is issued by King Edmund K. Paki-Silva Jr., Ali`i Nui Mō`ī, Sovereign King of The Kingdom of Hawai`i. The Kingdom of Hawai`i is an independent, self-regulated and self-governing country which exists within and claims the area of the Hawaiian Archipelago.

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    HRM King Edmund K. Paki-Silva Jr., issued a Decree on January 1, 2018, establishing as a Nation an accreditation commission in order to instill the highest standards of education for the Nation. KOHRAC, The Kingdom of Hawai`i Royal Accreditation Commission, was born and is chartered not only to monitor curriculum but to create an array of helpful monitoring tools and testing methods which fits into the Indigenous Way of Knowing and culture.

    King Paki-Silva established KOHRAC to provide an avenue for Indigenous Peoples around the world, more than 6% of the global population, with equivalent-quality higher education programs. KOHRAC adheres to the highest standards for its rules and regulations of development and acceptance.

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"Education With A Purpose "

HCU is a Christian University and Seminary School based in Dallas Texas. With a global 

reach our successful  training and with higher education program ranking among the top in the world.  

 

We offer our students a  very unique opportunity to reach their hearts passion  and to achieve  the scholastic apex and achievement in humanitarian cause to help create effective and acceptable community thought and service. Combined with the  Market Place Ministry it is the most powerful and cutting edge tool on the planet for people who want to make a real difference,

Ephesians 4:12

“For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:” 

 

EDUCATION  WITH A GLOBAL VISION

GIVE US A CALL

(800) 895-1458

(214) 382-2911

Email: info @harvestchristianuniversity.org

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SCHOOL DISCLAIMER:

 

HCU is an accredited Christian University. It is a non-Profit, non-governmental Christian University. HCU is not affiliated with any regionally or governmental accreditation.

HCU Degrees are International and are awarded from Global Evangelical Christian College & Seminary, of Montgomery, Alabama, and is listed as a Post Secondary Exempt School offering legal and nongovernmental accredited, Diplomas, Earned Degrees and Honorary Doctoral Degrees.

HCU is Fully Accredited by Global Evangelical Accrediting Commission, Montgomery, Alabama.

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Harvest Christian

    University

Harvest Christian University

 18484 Preston rd Ste 102

 PMB 129

Dallas, Texas 75252

           

Local: 214-382-2911

       Int: 800-895-1458

                                                  

 Email: harvestchristianuniversityyahoo.com  

Website: http://www.harvestchristianuniversity.org 

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Global Evangelical Accrediting Commission (GEAC)

The Global Evangelical Accrediting Commission is a professional non-profit educational organization whose philosophy is to demonstrate accountability to the consuming public for education obtained in non-traditional evangelical education institutions.  This accountability is demonstrated by institutions that are accredited by GEAC having documented evidence of compliance with GEAC standards of structure and governance, material resources, policies, faculty and curriculum.

 

GEAC PURPOSE

  • To provide a mechanism whereby evangelical educational institutions demonstrate that they meet at least minimal standards of performance.

  • To provide consultation services that enable educational institutions to meet accepted standards of performance.

  • To provide the consuming public with the current status of institutions that have applied to GEAC for accreditation.

  • To provide a centralized information and referral source for issues that concern accredited institutions and non-traditional students.

  • To disseminate information about non-traditional educational options to the general public.

  • To promote academic excellence and accountability.

SPECIFIC ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Three Recognized Status Levels

  1. Applicant Status:  An applicant institution is one that has submitted an application for accreditation to the Board of Directors of GEAC and is in the process of completing their self-study.  They have been in existence at least twelve months.  An annual report is required.

  2. Candidate Status:  A candidate institution is one that has completed and submitted their self-study.  Candidate status covers the time between submission of the self-study to the GEAC Board of Directors and the first boards meeting following GEAC receipt of the reports from the on-site visitors and the members of the Board of Commissioners.  An annual report is required.

  3. Accredited Member Status:  An Accredited institution is one that has satisfactorily met all GEAC accredited standards and has been awarded their accreditation certificate. An annual report is required.

 

 Requirements

  1. There should be a legal instrument or formal document creating and naming your educational institution.

  2. It should state your purpose and clearly define your educational objectives.

  3. You should have a Board of Directors, who have agreed to serve on it (usually three to nine in number).

  4. All Officers and faculty of your school must exemplify good Christian character.  Immoral or unbecoming conduct by a staff or personnel must not be tolerated.

  5. If you are going to confer academic degree, you should check with your state Higher Education Coordination Board to obtain religious exemption.  Most states do not charge a fee for this.

  6. You must be totally honest in your school advertisements, catalogs, etc.  All promotional literature must be truthful.

  7. All full-time instructors should possess an earned degree.

  8. Faculty to student ratio must reflect a realistic workload, so teachers can provide sufficient care and encouragement to individual students.

  9. Admission Policies must be in accordance with federal anti-discrimination laws (i.e. Students must not be excluded from any educational program on the ground of race, color, or national origin).

  10. Institutions must provide students with a catalog, bulletin, or information sheet describing its curriculum, certificates, and fees.  The literature should also not mislead the reader into believing that the accreditation from GEAC is connected in anyway with any governmental agency.

  11. All degree candidates should hold a high school diploma, GED or the equivalent.

  12. All schools must be in general harmony with fundamental Christian teachings.

  13. On campus colleges must provide adequate classroom facilities to accommodate student needs.  They should be safe and conducive for learning.

  14. Schools should require a minimum  of one year to the equivalent for each level of their certificates.

  15. Students must be advised of all fees, tuition, and refund policies prior to admission.

  16. There should be sufficient office space to maintain files and student records.  Students shall have access to their own transcripts.

  17. Christian schools must understand their vital relationships with local Churches; in as much "...as Christ also loved the Church, and gave himself for it" Ephesians 5:25.

  18. Schools should be able to demonstrate a satisfactory period of ethical operation.

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         The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) is the body for the accreditation of degree-granting higher education institutions in the Southern states. It serves as the common denominator of shared values and practices primarily among the diverse institutions in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Latin America and certain other international sites approved by the SACSCOC Board of Trustees that award associate, baccalaureate, master’s, or doctoral degrees. The Commission also accepts applications for membership from domestic institutions in the other 39 states, as well as international institutions of higher education around the world.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges is to assure the educational quality and improve the effectiveness of its member institutions.

Core Values

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has six core values. They are:

  • Integrity

  • Peer Review/Self-regulation

  • Student Learning

  • Continuous Quality Improvement

  • Accountability

  • Transparency

 

Accreditation

To gain or maintain accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), an institution must comply with the standards contained in the Principles of Accreditation: Foundations for Quality Enhancement and with the policies and procedures of the Commission. SACSCOC applies the requirements of its Principles to all applicant, candidate, and member institutions, regardless of type of institution (public, private for-profit, or private not-for-profit).

For more information about Accreditation, please follow the links below:

 

Accrediting Standards

To gain or maintain accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), an institution must comply with the standards contained in the Principles of Accreditation: Foundations for Quality Enhancement and with the policies and procedures of the Commission. SACSCOC applies the requirements of its Principles to all applicant, candidate, and member institutions, regardless of type of institution (public, private for-profit, or private not-for-profit).

Listed below are seven resource documents:

  1. The 2018 Edition of the Principles of Accreditation: Foundation for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2017 and effective January 1, 2018)

  2. The 2012 Edition of the Principles of Accreditation: Foundation for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2011 and effective January 1, 2012) (Second Printing with edits)

  3. The 2012 Edition of the Principles of Accreditation: Foundation for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2011 and effective January 1, 2012) (First Printing)

  4. The 2010 Edition of the Principles of Accreditation: Foundation for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2009 and effective January 1, 2010)

  5. The 2008 Edition of the Principles Of Accreditation: Foundations for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2007 and effective January 1, 2008)

  6. The 2007 Interim Edition of the Principles Of Accreditation: Foundations for Quality Enhancement (adopted December 2006 and effective January 1, 2007)

  7. The 1997-2003 Edition of the Criteria for Accreditation, standards in effect until the implementation of the Principles of Accreditation in January 2004 (adopted December 1984 and effective 1987 through

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HARVEST CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Harvest Christian University 

Dallas Texas

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Founded 2010