Statement of Accreditation Status

    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.

  • Institution:
    Christ the King Seminary
    East Aurora, NY
  • Chief Executive Officer:
    Rev. Kevin Creagh, President-Rector
  • Carnegie Classification:
    Special Focus Four-Year: Faith-Related Institutions » Exclusively graduate/professional
  • Control:
    Private (Non-Profit)
  • Address:
    P. O. Box 607 711 Knox Road
    East Aurora, NY 14052-0607
  • Phone:
    (716) 652-8900
  • URL:

Accreditation Summary

For more information, see the Commission’s Accreditation Actions Policy and Procedures.

  • Phase: Formerly Accredited
  • Status: Voluntarily Surrendered
  • Accreditation Granted: January 1, 1974
  • Accreditation Ceased: June 30, 2020

Information about the Middle States Commission on Higher Education

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) is an institutional accreditor in the United States and is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). MSCHE accreditation applies to an institution as a whole rather than the specific programs within an institution. MSCHE does not approve or accredit individual programs. The MSCHE accreditation review cycle is continuous and accreditation does not expire. Each institution is reevaluated and monitored on a regular and consistent basis in accordance with the institution’s assigned accreditation review cycle and Commission policy and procedures. An institution maintains its accreditation unless it is voluntarily surrendered or withdrawn by the Commission for cause, after the institution has been afforded due process. The institution’s current accreditation phase and accreditation status are displayed on the institution’s listing in the Institution Directory and in the Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS).