The Commission

Middle States Earns Five-Year Renewal of Federal Recognition

MSCHE received official notification in May 2018 from the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) that renewed MSCHE’s federal recognition for five years. The notice comes following recommendations from both the USDE staff and National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI).  “The…

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Actions Taken by the Commission at the March 2018 Meeting and the April 2018 Substantive Change Meeting

The Commission’s most recent meeting was held on March 15 in Philadelphia. The Commission took 61 actions, including reaffirmation of accreditation and granting candidacy status. For complete details on the March meeting, click on https://go.msche.org/Actions-2018-03-15. Actions taken at the June Commission meeting will be…

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New Website Coming in August

MSCHE will take the wraps off a new website on August 6 that will introduce a dynamic, responsive, and mobile friendly experience. The new site will make content easier to find. With close integration of the members’ portal built on the Salesforce platform,…

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Actions Taken by the Commission at the November 2017 Meeting

The Commission held its most recent meeting November 16 in Philadelphia. During the meeting, the Commission took 109 actions. The Commission reaffirmed the accreditation of 54 institutions, placed three institutions on warning and one institution on probation, and approved four complex substantive changes….

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Welcome to New Commissioners

Seven new MSCHE Commissioners began their three-year terms on January 1, following their election last Fall by member institutions. The large number of new Commissioners is due to the expiration of the terms of several long-serving Commissioners as well as the recent expansion…

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Another Successful MSCHE Annual Conference

The 2017 MSCHE Annual Conference, held December 6–8, 2018, in Philadelphia, was another successful event for the Commission and its member institutions. More than 1,300 people registered for the conference, making it one of the largest such gatherings in the Commission’s 98-year history.   The…

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