Mid-Point Peer Review

Technical Amendment Posted for Accreditation Review Cycle and Monitoring

These newly revised policies and accompanying procedures were effective October 1, 2020. The revised documents can currently be found in the Browse Policies and Procedures section of the MSCHE website. The Accreditation Review Cycle and Monitoring Policy and Procedures underwent a technical amendment to…

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Harrisburg Town Hall Concludes 2018-19 Series

Staff from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education hosted the final Town Hall of the season in Harrisburg, Pa., on March 26, 2019. As in previous Town Halls, the staff hosted a breakfast for presidents and provosts that was followed by a…

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Milestone Achieved with first MPPR Cohort

When the initial cohort of 15 institutions who participated in the Mid-Point Peer Review (MPPR) came before the March 2019 meeting of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the final element of the renewed accreditation cycle was now in place. The MPPR…

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Inaugural Annual Institutional Update a Success

After closing on Oct. 12, the inaugural Annual Institutional Update (AIU) was hailed as a success with 100 percent of member institutions submitting their data on time. “The AIU was a new process and the Commission would like to extend its thanks to…

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Commission Publishes Technical Amendments Following Approval of the Eight-Year Accreditation Cycle

The Commission’s Accreditation Review Cycle and Monitoring Policy and Accreditation Actions Policy have undergone technical amendments and became effective on September 1, 2018. Accreditation Review Cycle and Monitoring Policy has undergone review and has been updated to reflect the Commission’s eight-year cycle and…

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Missed the Spring Town Hall?

The MSCHE website contains valuable information that was presented at the spring Town Hall including the slide decks on preparing for the Annual Institutional Update and the Mid-Point Peer Review. If you are asking what happened to the Periodic Review Report (PRR), then…

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