Middle States Accreditation Self-Study
Every ten years, The Catholic University of America conducts a self-study for the purposes of self-evaluation and institutional improvement, as part of the decennial accreditation process set forth by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The self-study process is an integral part of the university's continuing accreditation and an opportunity to strengthen the university through a comprehensive assessment. The 2010 University Draft Self-Study Report for has been made available to CUA alumni to review and comment on. To access the report via the Alumni Online Community, click here. To submit feedback, click here. Feedback must be submitted no later than February 1, 2010 in order to be considered by the University Self-Study Steering Committee for the final report.
Draft Self-Study Report
The University Draft Self-Study Report for 2010 Decennial Middle States Reaccreditation is now available for review and comment by alumni of The Catholic University of America. The final report will be completed in February 2010. To view the preliminary draft, click here.
Alumni interested in submitting feedback on CUA's draft self-study report should click here. Feedback must be submitted no later than February 1, 2010 in order to be considered by the University Self-Study Steering Committee for ithe final report.
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