Middle States Accreditation
The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA) was established in 1887. It is one of six regional accrediting organizations that together serve institutions in the United States and in may countries around the world.
The Association is non-profit, peer-administered organization. MSA provides leadership in educational growth and improvement for its member institutions in six states in the U.S. and in the Caribbean and various regions overseas.
Middle States offers a variety of protocols for self-study and evaluation so that institutions may choose one that best meets its needs. AHA has chosen Accreditation for Growth (AFG) - this format uses strategic planning as a vehicle for growth and improvement in student performances and in the institution's capacity for effect that growth. It allows diverse constituent groups to participate in charting the future of the institution.
For information or questions about AHA's Middle States Accreditation process, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.