Middle States Self-Study

Self-Study Design

SUNY Morrisville's Self-Study Design was approved and accepted by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education on June 24, 2020. The design serves as the roadmap for our self-study process and includes the Institutional Priorities identified by our campus community. These priorities align with the campus strategic plan and will guide and provide an overall cohesiveness to our self-study process. The campus community also defined Intended Outcomes that outline how we intend to use the Self-Study results to inform continuous improvement to strengthen and sustain SUNY Morrisville.

View the Full Self-Study Design Document

Institutional Priorities to be Addressed in the Self-Study

  • Offer career focused, research based experiential learning at all levels.
  • Enhance cultural competency to promote personal interaction and growth.
  • Achieve and maintain levels of student enrollment, faculty/staff, material, and fiscal resources.

Intended Outcomes of the Self-Study

  • Demonstrate how the college meets the Middle States Accreditation Standards, Requirements of Affiliation and verification of compliance with accreditation-relevant federal regulations.
  • Focus on continuous improvement in the attainment of the institution's mission and institutional priorities.
  • Engage the institution in an inclusive and transparent self-appraisal process that actively and deliberately seeks to involve members from all areas of the Morrisville campus community.
  • Examine the impacts of alternative course delivery (online, hybrid, micro-credentialing, articulations with other institutions) on the college's mission and resource allocation.

Self-Study Report and Local Evidence Repository

Members of the SUNY Morrisville campus community can access the College's Self-Study Report and local evidence repository using these links.

SUNY Morrisville Self-Study Report February 2022 SUNY Morrisville Self-Study Evidence Repository