Middle States Commission on Higher Education Announces Actions from Its June 2021 Meeting

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has made public the accreditation actions approved at its June 24, 2021, virtual meeting. Among the 94 actions taken by the Commission, it acted to:

Davis College and St. Francis College remain accredited while in non-compliance. Federal regulations limit the period during which an institution may be in non-compliance.

Davis College must show cause by September 1, 2021, as to why their accreditation should not be withdrawn. The institution is required to present its case for continued accreditation by means of a show cause report documenting evidence that the institution has achieved and can sustain ongoing compliance with Commission’s Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation and policies. The institution will also be invited to present before the Commission when it meets to consider the institution’s show cause report, which is expected in November.

To access all actions related to the June 24 meeting, please click here.

For information about specific MSCHE institutions, visit the institution directory to access a Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS). The Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS) is the official statement of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) about each institution’s current accreditation status and scope of accreditation. The SAS also provides a brief history of the actions taken by the Commission.

Policies and Procedures






Institutional Non-Compliance Actions, and Policies and Procedures

https://www.msche.org/non-compliance-and-adverse-actions/ (and choose the institution to download the letter sent to the institution)