Upcoming Reviews

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Institution Review Type Staff Liaison Season Yearsort descending
University of California, Santa Barbara Interim Report

Interim Reports focus on specific issues of concern identified as part of the comprehensive review process, annual report submission, the complaint process, substantive change, or other interactions with the Commission. The purpose of Interim Reports is to ensure that institutions continue to meet the Core Commitments and Standards with respect to the identified areas of concern.

Richard Osborn Fall 2018
University of Hawaii Maui College Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Maureen Maloney Spring 2018
University of Redlands Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Tamela Hawley Spring 2018
University of Saint Katherine Special Visit
Mark Goor Spring 2018
University of San Francisco Offsite Review
Richard Osborn Spring 2018
University of San Francisco Accreditation Visit
Richard Osborn Fall 2018
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences Offsite Review
Lori Williams Fall 2018
University of the Pacific Offsite Review
Maureen Maloney Fall 2018
University of West Los Angeles Seeking Accreditation Visit
Mark Goor Spring 2018
Weimar Institute Seeking Accreditation Visit
Tamela Hawley Fall 2018
West Coast University Progress Report
Lori Williams Fall 2018
Westcliff University Seeking Accreditation Visit
Lori Williams Spring 2018
Western University of Health Sciences Accreditation Visit
Tamela Hawley Spring 2018
Westminster Seminary California Accreditation Visit
Maureen Maloney Spring 2018
Whittier College Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Barbara Gross Davis Spring 2018
Woodbury University Accreditation Visit
Richard Osborn Spring 2018
Zaytuna College Special Visit
Mark Goor Spring 2018
Abu Dhabi University Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Mark Goor Spring 2019
Abu Dhabi University Special Visit
Mark Goor Spring 2019
Alliant International University Offsite Review
Barbara Gross Davis Fall 2019
American University of Health Sciences Special Visit
Maureen Maloney Fall 2019
Amity University Uttar Pradesh Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Richard Osborn Spring 2019
Anglo-American University Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Richard Osborn Spring 2019
Anglo-American University Progress Report
Richard Osborn Spring 2019
Biola University Interim Report

Interim Reports focus on specific issues of concern identified as part of the comprehensive review process, annual report submission, the complaint process, substantive change, or other interactions with the Commission. The purpose of Interim Reports is to ensure that institutions continue to meet the Core Commitments and Standards with respect to the identified areas of concern.

Maureen Maloney Spring 2019
California Institute of Technology Offsite Review
Barbara Gross Davis Fall 2019
California Southern University Offsite Review
Mark Goor Fall 2019
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Offsite Review
Maureen Maloney Spring 2019
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Accreditation Visit
Maureen Maloney Fall 2019
California State University Maritime University Accreditation Visit
Lori Williams Spring 2019
California State University, Bakersfield Offsite Review
Barbara Gross Davis Spring 2019
California State University, Bakersfield Accreditation Visit
Barbara Gross Davis Fall 2019
California State University, Chico Accreditation Visit
Richard Osborn Spring 2019
California State University, East Bay Progress Report
Richard Osborn Spring 2019
California State University, Fullerton Offsite Review
Barbara Gross Davis Spring 2019
California State University, Fullerton Accreditation Visit
Barbara Gross Davis Fall 2019
California State University, Los Angeles Accreditation Visit
Barbara Gross Davis Spring 2019
California State University, Monterey Bay Accreditation Visit
Mark Goor Spring 2019
California State University, San Bernardino Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Mark Goor Spring 2019
California State University, Stanislaus Accreditation Visit
Tamela Hawley Spring 2019
Chaminade University of Honolulu Accreditation Visit
Tamela Hawley Spring 2019
Chapman University Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Mark Goor Spring 2019
Claremont Lincoln University Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Lori Williams Spring 2019
Cogswell Polytechnical College Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Mark Goor Spring 2019
Columbia College Hollywood Offsite Review
Maureen Maloney Fall 2019
Concordia University Irvine Progress Report
Lori Williams Spring 2019
Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology Accreditation Visit
Lori Williams Spring 2019
Fuller Theological Seminary Accreditation Visit
Maureen Maloney Spring 2019
Golden Gate University Accreditation Visit
Barbara Gross Davis Spring 2019
Hawaii Pacific University Mid-Cycle Review

The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).

Richard Osborn Spring 2019

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