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2019 Summer Newsletter  
MSCHE Leadership Transition Announcement
After nearly two decades of service to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), including the last 10 years as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Elizabeth H. Sibolski, Ph.D., has announced her retirement effective June 30, 2020. The Executive Committee of the Commission has promoted Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff
Heather Perfetti, Ed.D., J.D., to the role of President-Elect, and she will assume the Presidency on July 1, 2020. Read more
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100 Years: Quiz Time
Take this fun, 15-question quiz to test your knowledge of MSCHE's 100-year history and celebrate with us at the 2019 Annual Conference. Take the quiz!
MSCHE Separates from MSA, Amends Bylaws
The withdrawal from MSA was effective July 1, 2019. A new policy voting process was approved as part of a bylaws update. Read more
Negotiated Rule Making Experience 
President Dr. Elizabeth H. Sibolski recounts her U.S. Department of Education negotiated rule making experience. Read more
More News
  • CHEA Accepts Interim Report
  • MSCHE Announces Accreditation Actions from June 2019 Meeting
  • Manor College’s Dr. Jonathan Peri Joins MSCHE as a Commissioner
  • Two New Staff Welcomed to MSCHE
  • Workshop Confirms: Data is Not a Four-Letter Word
  • Former MSCHE Commission Chair Dr. William B. DeLauder Passes Away
  • New Site Features Rolled Out for
Important Reminders
Employment Opportunity
MSCHE is seeking an Administrative Assistant to provide general administrative support in all areas within the Accreditation Relations unit with emphasis on providing direct organizational and administrative support for the Vice Presidents. Learn More
Attention Peer Evaluators
Please ensure your Evaluator Data Form (EDF) is updated. Commission policy and procedures require that an individual submit an EDF to demonstrate an individual's qualifications. Inaccurate or outdated information will adversely impact an individual's selection and assignment to a team. Evaluators who have not updated their EDF by August 15, 2019, will have their status with MSCHE changed from active to inactive and will not be eligible for service without re-application. Please log in to the MSCHE Volunteer Portal and update your information as soon as possible.
MSCHE Policy Update
A recently completed technical amendment of the Substantive Change Policy and Procedures is available now. In addition, the Commission recently completed a substantive revision of two other policies: (1) Communication in the Accreditation Process Policy, and (2) Public Disclosures Policy (formerly Published Information) which is open to CEO voting now. Read more
2019 Annual Conference - December 9-11, 2019
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) will hold its Annual Conference December 9-11, 2019, at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel in Philadelphia, PA. This year’s conference will celebrate MSCHE’s 100th Anniversary with the theme Innovating for Student Success: New Ideas, Practices, and Services in Higher Education. Registration information will be available early September.
Save the Date
July 15–Aug. 5: Policy Voting Open to CEOs
Early Sept.: MSCHE Annual Conference Registration Opens
Sept. 26: Albany Town Hall
Oct. 28–29: Self-Study Institute
Dec. 9–11: MSCHE Annual Conference in Philadelphia

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