Cabrini College is accredited through a voluntary, peer-review process coordinated by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE or Middle States).
Cabrini College had its last full self‑study evaluation in 2005 and is now coming up for its next decennial self‑study in 2014‑15 accreditation cycle.
This process, which comes around every 10 years, requires the institution to evaluate itself from every aspect to need to provide high quality education to our students.
2005: Last full self‑evaluation [Last Decennial study – All Standards]
2010: Mid-way self‑evaluation, Periodic Review Report (PRR) submitted
2013: Last follow-up report to the PRR submitted and approved
2014–15: Next full self-evaluation (Decennial self‑study) scheduled
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)—Cabrini College's regional accreditor—is a voluntary, non-governmental, membership association that defines, maintains, and promotes educational excellence across institutions.
Institutional Profile - Cabrini College
Accreditation Status- Cabrini College
Design for Self‑Study The institution prepares the design for its Self‑Study process.
Visit and Approval Commission staff liaison visits the institution and approves the institution’s design.
The Self‑Study The institution examines its own programs and services.
Peer Review Volunteer peer educators (visiting teams and the Commission) evaluate the institution in the context of its Self‑Study and the standards for accreditation.
Possible Follow‑up The Commission may require the institution to complete follow‑up activities.