The Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) and the Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) programs at NVCC stood tall against the measuring arm of ABET, Inc. Last fall NVCC President Daisy Cocco De Filippis, Ph.D., Provost and Senior Dean of Administration, James Troup, Dean of Academic Affairs, Irene Rios-Knauf, Ed.D., STEM Division Director, Peter Angelastro, Ph.D., Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) Program Coordinator, Kristen Dagan McGee, Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) Coordinator, Narendra Sharma, Ph.D., NVCC EET and MET Industry Advisory Board Members, EET and MET alumni, faculty, staff, and students hosted the ABET reaccreditation site visit team from October 9-11. ABET, Inc. is a non-governmental organization that accredits post-secondary education programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology. A federation of 35 professional and technical member societies representing these fields, ABET, Inc. reviews curriculum for accredited programs. The official results of last fall’s visit have arrived. No weaknesses or deficiencies were noted by the visiting team for either the EET or the MET programs, and reaccreditation means good news for the College administration and the students at NVCC.