Windsor University is licensed by the Higher Education Licensure Commission (HELC) of The Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) to operate post-secondary education.
Windsor University is listed among the active institution’s list approved by the Higher Education Licensure Commission (HELC).To view the license, visit HELC website. In the menu, navigate to the third tab, “Students,” and click on active institutions. Finally, search by the institution name “Windsor University.”
You can also click the button below to check the license
1 – What is the Higher Education Licensure Commission HELC?
“The Higher Education Licensure Commission (“HELC” or “Commission”) is a regulatory, consumer protection body that is responsible for public protection with regard to legitimate, quality postsecondary education in the District of Columbia.
The Commission establishes standards for postsecondary educational operations, authorizes operations, approves programs, issues or denies licenses to, and oversees all private postsecondary educational institutions in the District of Columbia.
Additionally, the Commission regulates and enforces postsecondary laws and regulations, maintains the student records of institutions which close and have no other repository, issues certified transcripts, and investigates complaints against educational institutions under its jurisdiction.”
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