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 next step in the review will be a visit from the evaluation team on March 23 through March 26, 2014. The team members are:
· 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.