MSCHE Accepting Nominations for Commissioners Through March 29, 2019
The Committee on Membership of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education invites nominations for new Commissioners for the term Jan. 1, 2020 through Dec. 31, 2022. This year, nominations are invited for at least five positions on the Commission for institutional and public representatives.
|MSCHE is a working Commission.
> All Commissioners are assigned to at-least one of the five MSCHE Standing Advisory Committees and/or one of the Corporate Standing Committees
> The number of meetings depends on the Committee assignment
> Must attend and participate in the Committee(s) meetings for which you have been assigned
> Attend and participate at the March, June and November Commission meetings
> May be asked to assist the Commission with work related to its Strategic Initiatives
• The Commission welcomes nominations from all administrative levels as well as faculty within member institutions; however, the Commission is actively seeking nominations from those at the levels of chief executive officer and chief academic officer within member institutions.
• A public representative is an individual who is not an employee, governing board member, owner, shareholder, or consultant of an institution accredited by the Commission or a candidate for accreditation by the Commission; who is not a member of any trade association or membership organization related to, affiliated with, or associated with the Commission; and who is not a spouse, parent, child, or sibling of any of the above.
Commission members spend approximately eight to 10 days each year on Commission business, including Commission meetings and accreditation committee meetings. The full Commission usually meets for one day in March, June, and November.Nominations for one or more of the vacancies need to complete the nomination form by March 29, 2019.
Please note that the Committee on Membership cannot consider a nominee unless it has a copy of the individual’s current resume, which should be provided with the nomination. It is not necessary to provide a full curriculum vitae.
The Commission appreciates contributions to the peer review process through the submission of nominations.
Please contact Ms. Christina D’Argenio, Executive Assistant to the President, at email@example.com for any questions related to the nomination process.