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1 Accreditation Liaison Officers (ALOs) MSCHE annual conference 2010 Mary Ellen Petrisko, Vice President

2 Who is the ALO? The primary contact with MSCHE staff The primary contact with MSCHE staff A resource to the institution on accreditation issues A resource to the institution on accreditation issues Someone with time, knowledge and authority to engage with president and others on campus on accreditation Someone with time, knowledge and authority to engage with president and others on campus on accreditation Not the president Not the president

3 Who is the ALO? See Guidelines: The Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) Role and Responsibilities See Guidelines: The Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) Role and Responsibilities pdf pdf

4 What does an ALO need to know? Commission Schedule Commission Schedule Accreditation Events and Cycles Accreditation Events and Cycles Annual Reporting Requirement (IP) Annual Reporting Requirement (IP) Follow-Up Reporting Requirements Follow-Up Reporting Requirements Handbooks contents Handbooks contents Policies, Guidelines & Procedures Policies, Guidelines & Procedures MSCHE Website Contents MSCHE Website Contents ALO Newsletter ALO Newsletter Workshops, Institutes, Conferences Workshops, Institutes, Conferences

5 Commission Meetings Full Commission meets early March, late June, and mid-November Full Commission meets early March, late June, and mid-November Takes action on recommendations following from Self-Study Evaluations, Periodic Review Reports, Follow-up Reports and Visits Takes action on recommendations following from Self-Study Evaluations, Periodic Review Reports, Follow-up Reports and Visits Actions communicated within 30 days of meetings Actions communicated within 30 days of meetings

6 Commission Schedule Committee meetings Committee meetings –Self-Study Evaluations: 3 x year –Periodic Review Reports: 4-5 x year (October) –Follow-up Reports: 3 x year –Substantive Change Requests: every other month (February, April, etc.)

7 Accreditation Events and Cycles Self-study evaluation and visit: every ten years (except newly accredited: five years after first accreditation) Self-study evaluation and visit: every ten years (except newly accredited: five years after first accreditation) Periodic Review Report: five-year interim report between self-studies: always due June 1 Periodic Review Report: five-year interim report between self-studies: always due June 1 Annual Institutional Profile: due in April of each year Annual Institutional Profile: due in April of each year

8 Annual Institutional Profile Offers evaluation teams and staff a snapshot of an institution's structure, operations, finances, and accreditation status; Offers evaluation teams and staff a snapshot of an institution's structure, operations, finances, and accreditation status; Enables staff to monitor an individual institution's compliance with selected aspects of accreditation standards; Enables staff to monitor an individual institution's compliance with selected aspects of accreditation standards;

9 Annual Institutional Profile Updates the on-line member Directory of member and candidate institutions and the Statement of Accreditation Status; Updates the on-line member Directory of member and candidate institutions and the Statement of Accreditation Status; Provides the Commission with a basis for assessing dues; and Provides the Commission with a basis for assessing dues; and Assists staff in developing region-wide aggregate data. Assists staff in developing region-wide aggregate data.

10 Annual Institutional Profile v2=IP&Nav3=INTRODUCTION v2=IP&Nav3=INTRODUCTION

11 Follow-up Reports Can be requested as result of self-study evaluation, periodic review report, or previous follow-up report Can be requested as result of self-study evaluation, periodic review report, or previous follow-up report Progress report Progress report Monitoring report Monitoring report Supplemental report Supplemental report

12 Follow-up Reports See Guidelines: Follow-Up Reports and Visits See Guidelines: Follow-Up Reports and Visits reports-and-visits-guidelines pdf reports-and-visits-guidelines pdf

13 Follow-Up Reports Session on Follow-up reports Friday, December 10:15 am-noon Session on Follow-up reports Friday, December 10:15 am-noon

14 Know your handbooks!! Characteristics of Excellence in Higher Education: Requirements of Affiliation and Standards for Accreditation Characteristics of Excellence in Higher Education: Requirements of Affiliation and Standards for Accreditation Handbook for Periodic Review Reports Handbook for Periodic Review Reports Self-Study: Creating a Useful Process and Report Self-Study: Creating a Useful Process and Report Team Visits: Conducting and Hosting an Evaluation Visit Team Visits: Conducting and Hosting an Evaluation Visit

15 Handbooks All available on our website, All available on our website, Can also be ordered at the website cations/publicationorderform.aspx Can also be ordered at the website cations/publicationorderform.aspx cations/publicationorderform.aspx cations/publicationorderform.aspx

16 Handbooks Check handbooks for information prior to contacting the Commission staff with questions Check handbooks for information prior to contacting the Commission staff with questions Self-studies are to be 100 pp single-spaced, 200 pp double-spaced Self-studies are to be 100 pp single-spaced, 200 pp double-spaced

17 Policies (categories) General Accreditation Policies, Guidelines, and Procedures General Accreditation Policies, Guidelines, and Procedures The Peer Review Process The Peer Review Process Institutional Programs and Services Institutional Programs and Services Public and Government Relationships and Communication Public and Government Relationships and Communication

18 Policies (categories) International Programs International Programs Commission Administrative Procedures Commission Administrative Procedures Complaints, Comments, and Appeals Complaints, Comments, and Appeals

19 Policies See Policies, Guidelines & Procedures index: See Policies, Guidelines & Procedures index:

20 Policies of special note Substantive Change: SubstantiveChange_4_.pdf Substantive Change: SubstantiveChange_4_.pdf SubstantiveChange_4_.pdf SubstantiveChange_4_.pdf Substantive Change Visits to Branch Campuses and Additional Locations: SubChangeVisits.doc Substantive Change Visits to Branch Campuses and Additional Locations: SubChangeVisits.doc SubChangeVisits.doc SubChangeVisits.doc

21 Policies of Special Note Schedule of Dues and Fees: Dues92810.doc Schedule of Dues and Fees: Dues92810.doc Dues92810.doc Dues92810.doc Selection of Peer Evaluators: Selection of Peer Evaluators: Selection-of-Peer-Evaluator-guidelines pdf Selection-of-Peer-Evaluator-guidelines pdf

22 Policies of Special Note Contracts by Accredited and Candidate Institutions For Education-Related Services: Contracts by Accredited and Candidate Institutions For Education-Related Services: ContractsforServices[1].doc ContractsforServices[1].doc

23 Special note regarding policies They change! They change! Be sure to check the website for most up-to- date Be sure to check the website for most up-to- date Changes due to HEOA, etc. Changes due to HEOA, etc.

24 MSCHE website

25 Institutions Institutions Alpha order: all candidate and accredited institutions Alpha order: all candidate and accredited institutions Basic directory information, institutional website link, date of accreditation and latest reaffirmation Basic directory information, institutional website link, date of accreditation and latest reaffirmation Statement of Accreditation Status and Detail View Statement of Accreditation Status and Detail View

26 ALO Newsletter MSCHE ALO Newsletter is published five times each year: Early Fall, Early Winter, Winter, Spring, and Summer. MSCHE ALO Newsletter is published five times each year: Early Fall, Early Winter, Winter, Spring, and Summer. ALO Newsletters are also archived on our website: ALO Newsletters are also archived on our website: ALO-Newsletter doc ALO-Newsletter doc

27 MSCHE events Self-Study Institute (invitation) Self-Study Institute (invitation) Periodic Review Report Workshop (invitation) Periodic Review Report Workshop (invitation) Chairs and Evaluators Workshop (invitation) Chairs and Evaluators Workshop (invitation) Annual conference Annual conference Assessment Workshops Assessment Workshops Planning and Assessment Workshops Planning and Assessment Workshops

28 Final tips Check the website regularly Check the website regularly Check with the presidents office upon receipt of MSCHE communications to make sure they receive prompt attention Check with the presidents office upon receipt of MSCHE communications to make sure they receive prompt attention Keep up with due dates for reports Keep up with due dates for reports Communicate with constituencies as needed Communicate with constituencies as needed Get to know your Commission liaison! Get to know your Commission liaison!


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