January 1, 1970
Marymount Manhattan College
On January 1, 1970, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education acted as follows:
This action now appears on the institution’s Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS). This serves as the institution’s official notification of that action. If any of the information contained within the action appears to be factually incorrect, please send an email within 30 calendar days of the action to email@example.com.
This notification also serves as the Public Disclosure Statement (PDS), consistent with the Commission’s policy on Communication in the Accreditation Process, and it will be made publicly available on the Middle States Commission on Higher Education website in accordance with policy and federal regulation. The institution is also invited to submit an official statement in response to the above Commission action. Any statement must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org within 30 calendar days from the date of the action. Any statement received will be embedded within this notification and made available through it.
The following resources provide additional information that may be helpful to understanding the Commission’s actions and the institution’s accreditation status:
- Accreditation Actions
- Accreditation Review Cycle and Monitoring
- Communication in the Accreditation Process
- Standards for Accreditation and Requirements of Affiliation
In accordance with policy and federal regulation, the Commission provides notification of decisions on non-compliance actions to the U.S. Secretary of Education, the appropriate state or other licensing or authorizing agency, and the appropriate accrediting agencies at the same time it notifies the institution, but no later than 30 days after it reaches the decision. The Commission provides notification of such decisions to the public through its website within 24 hours of informing the institution. Please ensure that the institution’s published references to its accreditation status align with Commission policy.
For questions about the Commission action, please contact the institution’s assigned Vice President staff liaison. Questions from the public about the institution’s accreditation status can be directed to email@example.com.
Gary L. Wirt, Ed.D.