Johns Hopkins University is engaged in a comprehensive, institutional reaccreditation self-study. This is an opportunity to reflect on institutional successes and to identify strategies for continued improvement. The culmination of this self-study process results in reaffirmation of the institution’s accreditation.
Johns Hopkins University’s Self-Study, following a standards-based approach, will address the following priorities:
The Self-Study Steering Committee will provide updates regarding the Self-Study via this page and other communications. The Steering Committee constitutes the Executive Committee and the co-chairs of each Working Group.
The Self-Study Executive Committee will lead coordination of the re-accreditation Self-Study.
Working Group One: Mission and Goals & Governance, Leadership & Administration
Working Group Two: Ethics and Integrity
Working Group Three: Design and Delivery of the Student Learning Experience
Working Group Four: Support of the Student Experience
Working Group Five: Educational Effectiveness Assessment
Working Group Six: Planning, Resources, and Institutional Improvement
Working Group Seven: Report on Compliance with Accreditation Relevant Federal Regulations
Details of Johns Hopkins University’s MSCHE Accreditation are available from the Statement of Accreditation Status.
The process includes three phases:
Self-Study Design: January to June 2022
Self-Study Process: June 2022 to May 2023
Evaluation Team Site Visit: Fall 2023
The MSCHE reaffirmation decision will be available in Winter 2023.
For more details, view the Self-Study 2023 Timeline (PDF).
Please direct Self-Study questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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