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THE PERIODIC REVIEW REPORT: RE-ACCREDITATION AT THE MID-POINT MSCHE Annual Conference – 2010 Debra G. Klinman Vice President, MSCHE.

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1 THE PERIODIC REVIEW REPORT: RE-ACCREDITATION AT THE MID-POINT MSCHE Annual Conference – 2010 Debra G. Klinman Vice President, MSCHE

2 What is the PRR? Major accreditation event Major accreditation event 5 years after self study 5 years after self study Retrospective, current, and prospective analysis Retrospective, current, and prospective analysis Evidence of ongoing compliance with Requirements of Affiliation & Standards for Accreditation Evidence of ongoing compliance with Requirements of Affiliation & Standards for Accreditation

3 Major sections of the PRR Executive summary Executive summary Response to all self study recommendations Response to all self study recommendations Major challenges/opportunities Major challenges/opportunities Enrollment & financial data Enrollment & financial data Assessment evidence Assessment evidence Planning & budgeting Planning & budgeting

4 Peer review procedures 2 peer reviewers, 1 financial reviewer 2 peer reviewers, 1 financial reviewer Suggestions – collegial advice Suggestions – collegial advice Recommendations – improvement advised to remain in compliance Recommendations – improvement advised to remain in compliance Requirements – institution is out of compliance with 1 or more Standards Requirements – institution is out of compliance with 1 or more Standards Institution has an opportunity to provide a formal response Institution has an opportunity to provide a formal response

5 Possible Commission actions Reaffirm accreditation Reaffirm accreditation Commend institution Commend institution Request progress report Request progress report Request monitoring report Request monitoring report Warning Warning Probation Probation Postponement Postponement

6 What happened during the 2010 PRR review? 49 institutions submitted PRRs 49 institutions submitted PRRs 37 affirmed 37 affirmed 14 commendations 14 commendations 14 progress reports (29%) 14 progress reports (29%) 22 monitoring reports (45%) 22 monitoring reports (45%) 5 Warnings; 5 Probations; 5 Warnings; 5 Probations; 2 Postponements

7 Standards requiring the most follow-up Standard 14: Assessment of Student Learning (45% of institutions) Standard 14: Assessment of Student Learning (45% of institutions) Standard 7: Institutional Assessment (37% of institutions) Standard 7: Institutional Assessment (37% of institutions) Standard 3: Institutional Resources (33% of institutions) Standard 3: Institutional Resources (33% of institutions) Standard 2: Planning, Resource Allocation & Renewal (29% of institutions) Standard 2: Planning, Resource Allocation & Renewal (29% of institutions)

8 Need Assistance? PRR Workshop – every year in March PRR Workshop – every year in March Handbook for Periodic Review Reports, 11 th edition, 2008; available at Handbook for Periodic Review Reports, 11 th edition, 2008; available at Contact your MSCHE liaison Contact your MSCHE liaison

9 QUESTIONS?


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