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Students International Students Student Athletes Faculty and Staff Adverse Actions Institutions Interested in Teach-Out Agreements with ASA College Additional Resources MSCHE Policies and Procedures Students What does the loss of accreditation mean for current students at ASA College? An institution’s loss of accreditation…

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MSCHE Withdraws Accreditation from ASA College

On November 11, 2022, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) took immediate adverse action to withdraw accreditation from ASA College. The final date that accreditation will cease is to be determined based on the next supplemental information report due December 9,…

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MSCHE Requires ASA College to Show Cause

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) moved ASA College to show cause on October 7, 2022, after rescinding its action of warning from June 23, 2022. The Commission found “insufficient evidence that the institution is in compliance with the Commission’s standards…

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Withdrawn Procedures Effective June 30, 2022

The Executive Committee voted to withdraw the Advance Notice of Non-Compliance Recommendations procedures effective June 30, 2022. The Commission has been updating its policy and procedures framework for several years, and other, more appropriate procedural options are in place in Accreditation Actions Policy…

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MSCHE Announces Non-Compliance Warning to ASA College

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has taken action to issue a non-compliance warning to ASA College. The warning follows submission of a supplemental information report as required by the Commission on October 13, 2021. The Commission action of non-compliance on…

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Middle States Commission on Higher Education Announces Actions from Its March 2020 Meeting

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has made public the accreditation actions approved at its March 5, 2020, meeting in Philadelphia. Included in those are non-compliance actions for St. Francis College and  Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico, both of which were placed…

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Middle States Commission on Higher Education Announces Actions from Its November 2019 Meeting

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has made public the accreditation actions approved at its Nov. 21, 2019, meeting in Philadelphia. Included in those actions are results from the show cause appearances by Cheyney University of Pennsylvania and Daniel Morgan Graduate School…

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MSCHE Requires Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security to Show Cause

At its meeting on Sept. 19, 2019, the Executive Committee of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) acted to require Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security to show cause by Oct. 4, 2019, as to why their accreditation should not…

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MSCHE Announces Accreditation Actions from June 2019 Meeting

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has made public the accreditation actions approved at its June 27, 2019, meeting. All 11 institutions of the University of Puerto Rico system have been removed from show cause and have had their accreditation reaffirmed following…

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MSCHE Ends Accreditation for The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and Looks to Finalize The Art Institute of Philadelphia Status

  On April 18, 2019, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education formally acted to end the accreditation for The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, effective March 13, 2019. The action was spelled out in a letter from MSCHE President Dr. Elizabeth H. Sibolski…

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