The Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA) has made an important decision during their meeting on April 5, 2023, with regards to the naming and accreditation of AMCC to Northern Mindanao Adventist College. According to the minutes of the meeting, the AAA voted to retain the name AMCC and to discontinue the use of Northern Mindanao Adventist College (NMAC).
This decision is significant as it will affect how the institution will be referred to in the future. The name AMCC has been established and recognized by the AAA, and retaining it will help maintain the school’s identity and reputation.
Furthermore, the AAA also voted to grant AMCC continued accreditation for four years, until December 31, 2026. This accreditation ensures that the institution meets the standards set by the AAA in terms of academic programs, faculty qualifications, facilities, and other criteria. This accreditation will not only benefit the school but also the students who will be able to receive quality education from an accredited institution.
The faculty and staff of AMCC are grateful for the Lord’s guidance in the Adventist Accreditation Agency (AAA) accreditation process. The decision to grant AMCC continued accreditation for four years is a testament to the institution’s commitment to providing quality education to its students. It is through the guidance of the Lord that AMCC has been able to maintain its standards and meet the criteria set by the AAA.
Overall, the decision made by the AAA regarding the naming and accreditation of AMCC is a positive development for the institution. The retention of the name AMCC will help maintain its identity and reputation, while the continued accreditation ensures that the institution meets the standards set by the AAA. This decision will not only benefit the institution but also the students who will be able to receive quality education from an accredited institution.