Unitek College's Fremont Campus, as well as Concord, Sacramento, South San Francisco, Hayward, and San Jose Campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education. ACCSC's scope of recognition with the U.S. Department of Education includes the accreditation of postsecondary, non-degree-granting institutions and degree-granting institutions that are predominantly organized to educate students for occupational, trade and technical careers.

ACCSC Address & Contact Details:

2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 302
Arlington, Virginia 22201
703.247.4212 phone
703.247.4533 fax

What is Accreditation? What does this mean for me?

Accreditation is the process of evaluating a school or educational training program to determine whether it meets standards set up by an accrediting organization. Here are some benefits of accreditation:

orange_arrow A reliable indicator of quality
orange_arrow Approved program of study
orange_arrow Qualified instructors

This means as a student, you can rest assured that your program provides up-to-date quality education that receives the stamp of approval from leading authorities.

CCNE Accreditation

Unitek College is proud to announce that the baccalaureate degree in nursing program at Unitek College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education ( Unitek College is honored that the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has recognized and accredited our RN to BSN programs. The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) is an autonomous accrediting agency that is officially recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education that contributes to the improvement of the public's health. The CCNE accreditation is an important evaluation which validates Unitek College's quality of education to the alumni adding credibility and respect.

CCNE Address & Contact Details:

One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530
Washington DC 20036

Accreditation by CCNE ensures nursing program success with the below goals:

To hold nursing programs accountable to the community of interest – the nursing profession, consumers, employers, higher education, students and their families, nurse residents – and to one another by ensuring that these programs have mission statements, goals, and outcomes that are appropriate to prepare individuals to fulfill their expected roles.
To evaluate the success of a nursing program in achieving its mission, goals, and expected outcomes.
To assess the extent to which a nursing program meets accreditation standards.
To inform the public of the purposes and values of accreditation and to identify nursing programs that meet accreditation standards.
To foster continuing improvement in nursing programs – and, thereby, in professional practice.