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Accreditation Costs: ABHE, ATS & TRACS

The biggest expenses will not be the application fee, membership dues or even the cost of an expert consultant. The biggest expenses will be changes required in achieving accreditation.

 

 

 

ABHE COSTS

as of
March 2020

ATS COSTS

as of
February 2020

TRACS COSTS

as of
March 2020

Initial Application Fee: $4,000

Initial Application Fee: $5,000

$2,500 when submitting an application for the first level of membership and, if ATS accepts the school as an Associate Member, the school is billed for another $2,500.

Initial Application Fee:

$7,000

 

Annual Membership Dues

· The two portions of ABHE’s annual dues can range between $5,800 and $12,800.

· Commission on Accreditation dues of $2,800 plus Association dues.

· Association dues are calculated as $12.50 per student (headcount) with a minimum of $3,000 and maximum of $10,000.

Annual Membership Dues: 

Dues are calculated as follows:

· .0025 of total expenditures (less scholarship and fellowship expenses), for budgets of up to $2,319,000, or $1,000, whichever is greater; plus

·  .0003 of total expenditures (less scholarship and fellowship expenses), for budgets between $2,319,000 and $5,392,000; plus

·  .00015 of total expenditures (less scholarship and fellowship expenses), for budgets above $5,392,000

Annual Membership Dues

Student
Enrollment

Candidate
Member

100 or Less $9,000
101–200 $9,000
201–300 $9,250
301–500 $9,600
501–1000 $9,950
1001–5000 $10,300
5001–10,000 $13,000

10,000
or more

$17,000

 

Student
Enrollment

Accredited
Member

100 or Less $9,050
101–200 $9,800
201–300 $10,150
301–500 $10,600
501–1000 $11,000
1001–5000 $11,300
5001–10,000 $15,000

10,000
or more

$20,000

 

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