Upcoming Reviews

In accordance with §602.23 of US Federal Regulations for accrediting agencies, a recognized accrediting agency must provide public notice that an institution or program is being considered for accreditation and must provide an opportunity for third-party comment. Comments are taken into consideration by the Commission in making an accreditation decision. More information about making comments is available at the bottom of this page.  

The Commission will review the following programs and language institutions at its August 2024 meeting. Comments must be submitted to CEA in writing prior to July 26, 2024.

Initial accreditation
US Ling Institute - Murray, UT (institutional)
Face to Face Languages - Doral, FL (institutional)

4-year continued initial accreditation
Florida Atlantic University Intensive English Institute - Boca Raton, FL (programmatic)
LUMOS Language School - Salt Lake City, UT (institutional)

Continued initial accreditation of an additional branch location
USA English Language Center - Florida (USA ELC - Florida) - Miami Beach, FL (institutional)

Al Akhawayn University Intensive English Program - Ifrane, Morocco (general)
Full Sail University Intensive English Program - Winter Park., FL (programmatic)
Gannon University Office of English Language and Global Training ESL Program - Erie, PA (programmatic)
Institute of Intensive English - Honolulu, HI (institutional)
Kansas State University English Language Program - Manhattan, KS (programmatic)
Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute - Spokane, WA (institutional)
Pennsylvania State University Intensive English Communication Program (IECP) - University Park, PA (programmatic)
University of Toledo American Language Institute - Toledo, OH (programmatic)
YOUSA Learning Institute - Orlando, FL (institutional)

9-year continued reaccreditation
Austin ESL School (formerly ACES Learning Center) - Austin, TX (institutional)
University of North Carolina Charlotte English Language Training Institute - Charlotte, NC (programmatic)


Third-party comments

Comments are voluntary. They may support the candidate’s application or question its compliance with the CEA Standards for English Language Programs and Institutions, which can be found on the website. In all cases, comments should relate to the program or institution’s compliance with the CEA Standards and should be based on your understanding of the program or institution’s ability to meet its mission.

What happens to comments?

The Commission will review your comments as part of its evaluation of a program or institution’s compliance with the CEA Standards. Comments must be received prior to the meeting, by the date listed above, in order for full consideration by the Commission.

Where should I submit my written comments?

By email:
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By postal mail:
Commission on English Language Program Accreditation
1001 N. Fairfax St., Suite 630
Alexandria, VA 22314