Meaning of accreditor in English:



See accredit

‘A letter from the accreditor made public by the university spelled out the ways in which it had not complied with accreditation requirements.’
  • ‘The accreditor issued the standards in response to ongoing criticism of the long hours required of many residents.’
  • ‘The scope of each accreditor is distinctive, and although accreditation practices are similar in many respects, significant variations should be noted.’
  • ‘The university was placed on one year's probation by its accreditor, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, in December.’
  • ‘As an institutional accreditor, our organization reviews and accredits entire institutions within its region of the United States.’