Middle States Decennial Evaluation occurred April 3-6, 2011.
Loyola's Selected Topics Self-Study Report, which focused primarily on academic practices across the University, was approved by the Board of Trustees at the end of 2010 and was submitted to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) in February 2011. After reviewing the Self-Study, conducting site visits, and interviewing members of the Loyola community, the MSCHE Evaluation Team prepared a report on Loyola's compliance with accreditation standards. The Team Report and Loyola's response were delivered to the Commission in early May. The Commission reviewed the materials in June 2011 and reaffirmed Loyola’s accreditation. Further details are available on the Commission’s Statement of Accreditation Status.
The Self-Study Report, the Team Report, Loyola's response, and the Commission Action letter are available for the Loyola community to read through the internal portal.
Outline of Self-Study: “Loyola as an Engaged Community”
I. Institutional Overview
II. University Commitment to Mission
III. Intellectually Engaged Undergraduates
IV. Graduate Student Engagement and CommunityV. Faculty Development in the Context of a Comprehensive University
Materials Supplied by Middle States
Last updated on August 23, 2011.