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The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications has formally reaccredited K-State's A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications. The council, which is composed of educators and industry professionals, took the action on Saturday, April 25, voting unanimously to reaccredit the program for the next six years.
According to Steve Smethers, director of the A.Q. Miller School, the council's action is the third and final phase of a lengthy process that began with a visit from a team of professional accreditors in October 2019, followed by a formal review by ACEJMC's accrediting committee in March. That group voted to make a recommendation for reaccreditation to the council in advance of Saturday's action.