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The 2014 Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation: A Guided Review.

An institution of higher education is a community dedicated to students, to the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge, to the study and clarification of values, and to the advancement of the society it serves. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), through accreditation, mandates that its member institutions meet rigorous and comprehensive standards, which are addressed in the context of the mission of each institution and within the culture of ethical practices and institutional integrity expected of accredited institutions. In meeting the quality standards of MSCHE accreditation, institutions earn accredited status, and this permits them to state with confidence: “Our students are well-served; society is well-served.” (Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation, p. v) In the videos below, you will find a brief overview of each of the Standards. If you have any questions about the content of these videos, please contact your institution’s MSCHE Vice President Staff Liaison.

Understanding the Standards & Requirements of Affiliation: A general overview. (21:41)

Standard I: An overview of Standard I and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (16:42)

Standard II: An overview of Standard II and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (15:51)

Standard III: An overview of Standard III and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (21:28)

Standard IV: An overview of Standard IV and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (25:56)

Standard V: An overview of Standard V and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (20:48)

Standard VI: An overview of Standard VI and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (20:31)

Standard VII: An overview of Standard VII and the associated Requirements of Affiliation. (21:34)

 

 

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