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Summary of Commission Actions on Institutions

Executive Committee for Substantive Change -- January 4, 2010

The following Executive Committee for Substantive Change actions are included within the scope of the institutions accreditation unless stated otherwise. For specific information on each institution please see the "Statement of Accreditation Status" (SAS). A "Statement of Accreditation Status" (SAS) is available online in the institution directory for each institution listed below. The SAS is the official public record of each institutionís current status and recent accreditation history, and it provides a context for Commission actions.

All actions are posted within 11 days of the meeting's end date.

For definitions of the types of actions taken, please consult the policy, "Accreditation Actions".

Follow-Up Reports/Candidate Reports/Visits/Developments

Pittsburgh Technical College, PA

Substantive Change

Additional Location

Bryant & Stratton College, NY
Carnegie Mellon University, PA
Duquesne University, PA
Felician University, NJ
Finger Lakes Community College, NY
Harcum College, PA
Inter American University of Puerto Rico Barranquitas, PR
Johns Hopkins University, MD
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, PA
Mercyhurst University, PA
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, PA
Point Park University, PA
Roberts Wesleyan College, NY
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, PA
Strayer University, DC

Alternative Delivery Method

Briarcliffe College, NY
Columbia Central University, PR
Dowling College, NY
Elizabethtown College, PA
Inter American University of Puerto Rico Arecibo Campus, PR
Keystone College, PA
Mount Aloysius College, PA
New York Chiropractic College, NY
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College, PA

Branch Campus

Bard College, NY
Touro College, NY

Contractual Arrangement

Daemen College, NY
Wilkes University, PA

New Degree Level

Manhattanville College, NY

Site Closure

Metropolitan College of New York, NY

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