For Faculty and Administrators

ABET is the world's leading accreditor for technical programs in higher education.

Promote Your Accreditation

Accreditation demonstrates your program's commitment to quality, and ABET has numerous resources to help you communicate this information to the public. Visit this page to get tips, view a press release template, and download the "accredited by ABET" logos designed especially for you!

Promote your program's ABET accreditation with these resources.

Assessment Planning

A quality assessment process is the cornerstone to achieving accreditation. By learning to define outcomes and measuring their impact on the students’ educational experience, assessments are used to foster continuous improvement at the program level. 

Devise your assessment plan.

Events Calendar

View upcoming ABET events, including workshops, symposia, and institutes.

Take the first step toward a smoother assessment process.

Accreditation: Step-by-Step

This detailed explanation takes you through the entire accreditation process from beginning to end.

Your detailed guide to the process.

Academic Advisory Council (AAC)

The Academic Advisory Council (AAC) was formed in 2010 with the overall objective to enhance communications between the ABET Board of Directors and the academic community.

Learn more about the Academic Advisory Council.

Institution Business Portal

Here's how to pay an invoice; request an initial evaluation; renew an existing accreditation (including interim visits and interim reports); and update contact information for your institution, programs, and personnel.

Go to the portal.

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ABET Facts

Accredited Programs at HBCUs

Howard University was the first historically black college or university to have ABET-accredited programs. ABET's predecessor, the Engineers' Council for Professional Development, accredited three engineering programs there in 1937.