Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
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Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
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MSA logo
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MSA operational area
AbbreviationM.S.A.S.C. or M.S.A.
Formation1887
Legal statusAssociation
PurposeEducational Accreditation
HeadquartersPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Region served
Delaware, District of Columbia - (Washington, D.C.), Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands
Board President
John Cavanaugh
Main organ
Board of Trustees
Websitemsa-cess.org/

The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (Middle States Association or MSA) is a voluntary, peer-based, non-profit association that performs peer evaluation and regional accreditation of public and private schools in the Mid-Atlantic United States and certain foreign institutions of American origin. The MSA has until at least 2013 comprised three separate commissions:

The MSCES and the MSCSS operate together as an organization sometimes known as the MSA-CESS. The accreditation of post-secondary schools by the MSCSS is limited to those that do not confer degrees, or that offer technical programs.[1]

MSCHE's headquarters are in Center City, Philadelphia.[2]

Region and scope

The "Middle States Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools" (M.S.A.-C.E.S.S.) accredits public and private schools as well as school systems throughout the United States and it states it is active in more than 85 countries around the world.[3]

MSA used to accredit colleges and universities through its higher education commission. In 2013, that commission -- the Middle States Commission on Higher Education -- became a legally separate entity.

See also

References

  1. ^ Regional and National Institutional Accrediting Agencies. U.S. Department of Education, "College Accreditation in the United States". Retrieved 9 April, 2018
  2. ^ Home page. Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Retrieved on May 12, 2015. "200 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104"
  3. ^ MSA-CESS website, retrieved June 3, 2014.

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