Reaccreditation Review and Self-Study Report
The University of Pennsylvania is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
The University is currently in the midst of its decennial reaccreditation review, a rigorous process in which the University prepares an in-depth campus-wide Self-Study Report and is reviewed by an evaluation team consisting of faculty members and administrators from peer institutions. Penn has completed its Self-Study Report, which can be read, in full or in individual chapters, at the links below and to the left.
The Middle States evaluation team visited Penn in March 2014. The team members were:
· John J. DeGioia, President, Georgetown University (Chair)
· W. Kent Fuchs, Provost, Cornell University
· Nancy Malkiel, Professor of History, Princeton University
· Linda Abrams Reimer, Senior Vice President for Student Services, The New School
The final step in Penn’s reaccreditation review will be formal action by the Commission at a meeting later this year, most likely during the summer.