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Reflect. Refine. Renew.

Join IC’s Self-Study Team to help chart our next decade.


The periodic reaccreditation process with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) has begun. Every eight years, Ithaca College is required to submit a Self-Study Report, followed by a campus visit by an MSCHE board of examiners.

The Self-Study is our opportunity to tell our story and show who we are, how we’ve come through some challenging times together, and how we are poised to move forward in our continuing efforts to provide our students with rewarding intellectual and co-curricular experiences that support them to be successful personally, academically, and professionally.

Help us tell IC's Story!

We want you! We need as many perspectives as possible from students, staff, and faculty. Please consider volunteering for a working group. No voice is too small, no expertise is necessary, all experience is appreciated. Take a moment to complete the interest form below for working group volunteers. Groups will be organized by MSCHE standard, learn more about the standards and our Co-Chairs hereLet us hear from you by December 4th.

Middle States reaccreditation volunteer form
Standards and Chairs

Meet the co-chairs of our working groups! Our seven groups are organized by standard:

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Reaccreditation Timeline

Reaccreditation is a multi-year project, see the three year process in brief here:

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Expectations of Steering Committee & Working Groups

Interested in helping out? See the current charges for our Steering Committee and Working Groups and how they contribute to the self-study process.

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Stay in the know

Check here for the latest on IC's reaccreditation process

Questions? Want to get involved?

Contact the Middle States reaccreditation Executive Team:

John Fracchia, Career Engagement and Technology Specialist, Center for Career Exploration and Development and Self-Study Co-Chair

Te-Wen Lo, Associate Professor, School of H&S and Self Study Co-Chair

Mai An Rumney, Assessment and Accreditation Manager for Academic Affairs

Stacia Zabusky, Associate Provost for Academic Programs and Accreditation and Liaison Officer for MSCHE