Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Institutional Profile 2016-17
[0402] SUNY Buffalo State
Printed on 5/15/2017


A. General Information

Data on File
(2015-16)

IP Data
(2016-17)

Institution Name

SUNY Buffalo State

SUNY Buffalo State

IPEDS ID Number

196130

196130

OPE ID Number

00284200

00284200

Primary Physical Address

1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222

1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222

Mailing Address

Telephone

716 878 4000

716 878 4000

Fax

716 878 3039

716 878 3039

Website

www.buffalostate.edu

www.buffalostate.edu

Student Achievement Website

http://suny.buffalo
state.edu/consumer

suny.buffalostate.e
du/consumer

Control

Public

Public

Affiliation Type

Government-State Systems

Government-State Systems

Affiliated Organization:

The State University of New York

The State University of New York

2015 Carnegie Classification

Master's Colleges & Universities - Larger Programs

Master's Colleges & Universities - Larger Programs

Calendar

Semester

Semester

Degree Granting Authority Type

State/State Office

State/State Office

Degree Granting Authority State or Country

New York

New York

Licensed to Operate in

NY

NY

Related Entities

Name, State, Country

The State University of New York, NY

The State University of New York, NY

Approved Credential Levels

Indicate the number of programs of study that your institution currently offers within each approved credential level. The degree levels reported here should be the degrees or certificates currently offered by the institution and approved within the scope of accreditation. The credential levels reported in the IP must match the institution's approved credential levels. Please ensure these are accurate as changes to credential levels fall under MSCHE Substantive Change policy.

Substantive change (prior approval) is required to add credential levels. Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures posted on the Commission's website.

Data on File
(2015-16)

IP Data
(2016-17)

Approved

Number of Programs

Approved

Number of Programs

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

no

0

no

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

no

0

no

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

no

0

no

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

no

0

no

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

yes

98

yes

98

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

yes

21

yes

21

Master's Degree or Equivalent

yes

50

yes

51

Post-Master's Certificate

yes

12

yes

12

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

no

0

no

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

no

0

no

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

no

0

no

0

 

Initial Accreditation

1948

1948

Last Reaffirmed

2013

2013

Next Self-Study Visit

2022-23

2022-23

Next Periodic Review Report (PRR)

June 2019

June 2019

MSCHE Staff Liaison

Dr. Christy L. Faison

Dr. Christy L. Faison

Notes


 

Instructions

Institution Name

Review the full official name of your institution and verify that it is correct. 

Notification of Institution Name Change.  If the official name of the institution name changes, please send a letter (on institution letterhead) to MSCHE providing the new name and the date (mm/dd/yyyy) of the name change.  Address the letter to your MSCHE staff liaison.  You may email the letter (scanned copy) or place it in regular mail.  Upon written request in the text of your letter, MSCHE will provide a letter acknowledging the name change.  Upon receipt of your letter, MSCHE will update the institution name and document the date of the name change in our database.  MSCHE will also contact the USDE to report the name change so that it will be updated in the Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs at http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/.  Please note:  This does not necessarily make the name change in all USDE databases.

IPEDS ID Number

Verify the IPEDS ID number as displayed in the grid. 

The IPEDS ID number is a unique identification number assigned to postsecondary institutions surveyed through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Also referred to as UNITID.

If the IPEDS ID number(s) are missing or incorrect, please contact support@msche.org to report the correct number.  If you do not report to IPEDS, you will not have an IPEDS number.

 

OPE ID Number

Verify the OPE ID number as displayed in the grid. 

The OPE ID number is an identification number used by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) to identify schools that have Program Participation Agreements (PPA) so that their students are eligible to participate in Federal Student Financial Assistance programs under Title IV regulations.  The OPE ID number is a six-digit number followed by a two-digit suffix used to identify branches, additional locations and other entities that are part of the eligible institution. 

If the OPE ID number is missing or incorrect, please contact support@msche.org to report the correct number. 

Institution Primary Physical Address (required)

Review and verify the primary physical address of the institution.  The physical address must be a physical location (not a P.O. box).  If the institution receives Title IV funding and reports to IPEDS, this address should match the address reported to the federal government.  The physical address is posted on the MSCHE online Institution Directory.

Please contact support@msche.org if you need to update the primary physical address.

Institution Mailing Address (optional)

Review and verify the mailing address of the institution, if applicable.  A mailing address is not required, but may be added if the institution wishes to receive letters from the Commission at a different place than the primary physical address.

Institution Main Telephone
Update the phone number to which you prefer to have general inquiries directed if necessary. The phone number is published in the MSCHE on-line Institution Directory.

Institutions Located Outside of the United States.  Please provide the telephone number in International Number Format.  Numbers in International Format should only contain the digits 0123456789. There should be no spaces or punctuation. Numbers must start with the country code.  Do not include the international dialing prefix. 

Institution Main Fax

Update the primary institutional facsimile number for the institution if necessary.  The fax number is published in our on-line Institution Directory.

Institutions Located Outside of the United States.  Please provide the fax number in International Number Format.  Numbers in international format should only contain the digits 0123456789. There should be no spaces or punctuation. Numbers must start with the country code.  Do not include the international dialing prefix. 

Website
Enter or update the web address for the institution’s home page if necessary.  This web site is published in our on-line Institution Directory.

Student Achievement Web Site* (formerly Consumer Information Web Site)

Report the primary URL where the institution's retention rates, graduation rates, and/or other measures of student achievement are posted for the public.  The Commission posts this URL on our website in the MSCHE online Institution Directory and the Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS).

The URL must meet the following requirements:

This is a required field.  You will not be able to lock down the IP if you do not enter valid data in this field.  All MSCHE institutions, including candidates and accredited institutions, international institutions, graduate only, and/or transfer only institutions, must report a webpage that posts student outcomes data for the public. 

As required under the Characteristics of Excellence, Standard 6: Integrity, MSCHE expects institutions to make “information on institution-wide assessments available to prospective students, including graduation, retention, certification and licensing pass rates, and other outcomes as appropriate to the programs offered” (p. 23, para. 12) and that “institutional information [is] provided in a manner that ensures student and public access, such as print, electronic, or video presentation” (p. 23, para. 13).

In addition, MSCHE policy Advertising, Student Recruitment and Representation of Accredited Status states:  "#5 Information on student learning outcomes should be available to prospective students" (p.2).  This policy is available on the MSCHE website at http://www.msche.org/?Nav1=POLICIES&Nav2=INDEX

Institutions that participate in Title IV programs, with students who accept federal financial aid,  must be in compliance with 34 CFR 668.41(d) and 668.45.  Disclosure of certain information to current and prospective students, including but not limited to retention rates, completion/ graduation rates, placement/ employment rates, are requirements of HEA.  The revised requirements for disclosure of consumer information were effective July 1, 2010 (the effective date of the final regulations). A document from the National Postsecondary Education Cooperative is available at http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010831rev.pdf for reference purposes. In addition, the Office of Federal Student Aid offers an online training module on consumer information - please visit http://fsatraining.info for information. 

Recommended Approach.  Many institutions have a single portal page on the institution’s web site that provides hyperlinks to disclosure information.  Some institutions call this Consumer Information Page, Student Right to Know, HEOA, Fast Facts, At A Glance, etc..  This is the recommended approach as it consolidates the information in one place and meets multiple accountability requirements at one time.  On an annual basis, MSCHE IP staff will specifically check that there is a section on Student Outcomes which provides data or measures of student achievement for the public.  Institutions may provide a direct link to the institution's information on a third party data site such as College Navigator or UCAN but the link must originate from their own website.  Staff should not have to conduct searches to locate the institution's information.  

Corrective action will be requested if requirements are not met.  MSCHE staff reviews the submissions for all institutions on an annual basis.  If your institution does not meet this requirement, the IP Key User and the ALO will be sent an email requesting an update or corrective action.  MSCHE submits a report listing the institutions and the reviewed URLs to the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), in accordance with CHEA recognition criterion 12(B)1.

Please email support@msche.org if you have any questions.

Control

Review the control category that describes the institution.  Please contact support@msche.org if you need to modify or change the control category on record.

Control (of institution) is a classification of whether an institution is operated by publicly elected or appointed officials (public control) or by privately elected or appointed officials and derives its major source of funds from private sources (private control).  This field is related to Affiliation.

 

Control

Public

an educational institution in which the programs and activities are operated by publicly elected or appointed school officials and which is primarily supported by public funds (federal, state, territorial, county, township, city, other). 

Private, Non-profit

a private institution controlled by a private individual(s) or by a nongovernmental agency, usually supported primarily by other than public funds and operated by other than publicly elected or appointed officials.  These include both independent nonprofit schools and those affiliated with a religious organization. 

Private, For-Profit

a private institution in which the individual(s) or agency in control receives compensation other than wages, rent or other expenses for the assumption of risk. 

 

From Council for Higher Education Accreditation, p. 48

 

Affiliation Type

Review the Affiliation Type and insert missing information, if applicable. 

Affiliation is defined as a formal or informal relationship with another entity. 

Affiliation

None

There is no affiliation with another entity

Government-Federal

Public institutions that have a relationship or affiliation with a federal agency such as the Department of Defense.

Government-Local

Public institutions that have a relationship or affiliation with a local government entity such as a County. 

Government-State

Public institutions that have a relationship or affiliation with the state.

Government-State and Local

Public institutions that have a relationship with both the state government and a local government entity such as a county.   Community colleges in New Jersey are labeled Government-State and Local because they are affiliated with the State of New Jersey and their local county.

Government-State Systems

Public institutions that are part of a state system such as PASSHE, SUNY, CUNY or the University System of Maryland.

Other

Institutions that have a relationship with some other entity not included in the other categories

Religious

Institutions that have a relationship with a religious entity. 

Tribal

Institutions that have a relationship with a sovereign Indian tribe.

 

Affiliated Organization

Enter the name of the Affiliated Organization in the open text field.  An affiliated organization or provider may be a subsidiary, parent, sibling, or other entity (for-profit or non-profit) related to the institution (except through contractual arrangement) to the accredited institution.  For religious institutions, enter the name of the denomination in this field. 

2015 Carnegie Classification

MSCHE uses the categories in the 2015 Carnegie Classification - Basic Classification.  The classification is uploaded into the MSCHE system directly and will not be modified unless the change is made by The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.  Please visit http://carnegieclassifications.iu.edu/ for more information.

 

Calendar
Verify the predominant calendar system used at your institution.  If there is no predominant calendar system at this institution, indicate the option that best characterizes your institution.  Contact support@msche.org to modify or change the calendar system on record. 

Calendar system is the method by which an institution structures  most of its courses for the academic year.  The academic year is defined as the period of time generally extending from September to June; usually equated to 2 semesters or trimesters, 3 quarters, or the period covered by a 4-1-4 calendar system (definition borrowed from the IPEDS Glossary).

4-1-4(calendar system)

The 4-1-4 calendar usually consists of 4 courses taken for 4 months, 1 course taken for 1 month, and 4 courses taken for 4 months.  There may be an additional summer session.

Continuous Term

 A calendar system classification that is used by institutions that allow students to enroll/start classes at any time during the year.  For example, a cosmetology school or a word processing school might allow students to enroll and begin studies at various times, with no requirement that classes begin on a certain date.

Differs by Program

If programs are offered on more than one calendar, select "Differs by Program"

Other

Any calendar system that does not fall into any of the other categories.

Semester

A calendar system that consists of two sessions called semesters during the academic year with about 15 weeks for each semester of instruction.  There may be an additional summer session.

Trimester

An academic year consisting of 3 terms of about 15 weeks each.

Quarter

A calendar system in which the academic year consists of 3 sessions called quarters of about 12 weeks each.  The range may be from 10 to 15 weeks as defined by the institution.

 

Degree Granting Authority State OR Country

Enter the State or Country that authorizes your institution to offer postsecondary degrees.  If you are authorized by a state, you do not need to enter anything in the field for country.  If you are authorized by a foreign country, you do not need to enter anything in the field for state. 

Degree Granting Authority Type

A degree is valid if it is properly granted (that is, not fraudulently or mistakenly granted) by an entity that has the legal authority to do so. There are three sources of authority to issue college degrees in or from the United States. A college can obtain that authority from Congress, a state government, or a recognized sovereign Indian tribe.  Non-U.S. institutions may also possess degree granting authority from international countries.  As part of the Requirements of Affiliation, MSCHE accredited institutions have demonstrated that they have received authorization to offer degrees by an appropriate governmental organization. 

Verify the Degree Granting Authority Type that authorizes your institution to offer postsecondary degrees.  Federally chartered institutions (including military) should be labeled as "Congress.”  Non-U.S. Institutions should be labeled as “International Country.” 

Degree Granting Authority Type

State

U.S. institutions that have DGA from a state within the United States, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Congress

U.S. institutions that have DGA as established by an Act of Congress

International Country

Non-U.S. based institutions that have DGA from a foreign country.

Tribal

Institutions with DGA from a recognized sovereign Indian tribe.  For the most part, these institutions are tribally controlled and are located on reservations.  MSCHE does not currently have any institutions classified as Tribal Colleges and Universities.

 

Licensed to Operate In
As part of the Requirements of Affiliation, MSCHE accredited institutions have demonstrated that the institution is authorized to operate as an educational institution. 

Please verify Licensed to Operate In State or Country.  Make sure that each state(s)/province(s)/countr(ies) or other jurisdictions in which your institution was required to get national or local government permits or other forms of approval in order to conduct business there is listed. You may provide more than one licensure.  Provide a state OR country; you do not need to provide both. 

 

Government Organization Responsible for Charter and Licensure

Provide the name or organization, department, street address(es), and country for the government organization or agency responsible for the charter or licensure of the institution.  This information is used to contact government agencies prior to a visit or to inform them of accreditation activities.

Related Entities
If the institution completing this form is related to another entity, within this region or elsewhere, and whether or not this entity is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, provide the name, state and country of the related entity. 

Here is an excerpt from MSCHE’s Related Entities policy statement available on our website at http://www.msche.org/?Nav1=POLICIES&Nav2=INDEX.

A related entity may be a corporate parent, system administration or board, religious sponsor, funding sponsor (which, in some cases, may include an equity or investment fund), or other entity that can affect decisions related to accreditation (herein “Related Entities”). Related entities may include institutional or corporate layers or groups. Ordinarily, local, county, and state legislatures, other accreditors, local advisory boards, and government agencies are not related entities. The scope of this policy does not include "contractual arrangements" in which the accredited entity contracts for services; these are governed by a separate Commission policy.

Do not report relationships that are listed as other locations such as Branch Campuses, Additional Locations, or Other Instructional Sites. 

Approved Credential Levels

Review and verify the credential levels that are listed as approved.  Report the number of programs of study that your institution currently offers (active with student enrollment during the current academic year) within each level. 

Approved credential levels are credit bearing certificates or degrees offered by the institution that are approved within the scope of the institution's accreditation by MSCHE.  Please see the institution's Statement of Accreditation Status on the MSCHE website (Institution Directory) to see which credential levels are currently approved by MSCHE. 

There should not be a great deal of variation in what is reported each year as approved credential levels are governed by Substantive Change rules.  In accordance with federal regulations (34 CFR 602.22), a Different Credential Level may not be added or removed except through the Substantive Change process.  See the MSCHE Substantive Change Policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures for information about submitting a substantive change request.  It is important that the institution report consistently each reporting period and what is reported here should be consistent with IPEDS.  If the institution believes that a credential level was incorrectly reported in the past, please contact support@msche.org

Institutions are discouraged from removing approved credential levels from the scope of accreditation.  Please note that if an approved credential level is removed, a substantive change request will be required to reinstate it, should the institution wish to offer that credential level again in the future.  If the institution is absolutely sure that the credential level should be removed from the scope of accreditation, please send an email to the CHE Staff Liaison indicating that you wish to remove an approved credential level (MSCHE does not store program names, so please do not not provide us with program names; indicate the specific credential level as outlined in the table below and in the data entry screens) and indicate that you understand you will have to file a substantive change request to reinstate this level should you wish to offer programs at this level in the future.  The email will be stored in the institution's record as verification that the institution requested that the approved credential level be removed. 

MSCHE uses IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) definitions for credential levels (see IPEDS Glossary). The institution should use IPEDS definitions and also consider the admissions requirements for the program in determining the appropriate level to place the program.  For example, a bachelor's degree might be a requirement for admission into a certificate program that is offered by the institution, therefore the program should be classified as a postbaccalaureate certificate. 

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (< 1 year)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in less than 1 academic year (2 semesters or 3 quarters), or designed for completion in less than 30 semester or trimester credit hours, or in less than 45 quarter credit hours, or in less than 900 contact or clock hours.

 

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (>=1 year, < 2 years)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 1 but less than 2 full-time equivalent academic years , or designed for completion in at least 30 but less than 60 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 45 but less than 90 quarter credit hours, or in at least 900 but less than 1,800 contact or clock hours.

 

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

An award that normally requires at least 2 but less than 4 years of full-time equivalent college work.

Postsecondary Award, Certificate, or Diploma (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

An award, certificate, or diploma that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 2 but less than 4 full-time equivalent academic years, or designed for completion in at least 60 but less than 120 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 90 but less than 180 quarter credit hours, or in at least 1,800 but less than 3,600 contact or clock hours.

Bachelor's Degree or equivalent

An award (baccalaureate or equivalent degree, as determined by the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education) that normally requires at least 4 but not more than 5 years of full-time equivalent college-level work. This includes all bachelor's degrees conferred in a 5-year cooperative (work-study) program. A cooperative plan provides for alternate class attendance and employment in business, industry, or government; thus, it allows students to combine actual work experience with their college studies. Also includes bachelor's degrees in which the normal 4 years of work are completed in 3 years.

Post-baccalaureate Certificate

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study beyond the bachelor's.  It is designed for persons who have completed a baccalaureate degree, but does not meet the requirements of a master's degree. 

 

NOTE: Even though Teacher Preparation certificate programs may require a bachelor's degree for admission, they are considered subbacalaureate undergraduate programs, and students in these programs are undergraduate students.

Master's Degree or Equivalent 

An award that requires the successful completion of a program of study of at last the full-time equivalent of 1 but not more than 2 academic years of work beyond the bachelor's degree.

Post-Master's Certificate

An award that requires completion of an organized program beyond the master's degree, but does not meet the requirements of academic degrees at the doctor's level.

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

A doctor's degree that is conferred upon completion of a program providing the knowledge and skills for the recognition, credential, or license required for professional practice. The degree is awarded after a period of study such that the total time to the degree, including both pre-professional and professional preparation, equals at least six full-time equivalent academic years. Some of these degrees were formerly classified as "First Professional" and may include Chiropractic (D.C. or D.C.M.); Dentistry (D.D.S. or D.M.D.); Law (L.L.B. or J.D.); Medicine (M.D.); Optometry (O.D.); Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.); Pharmacy (Pharm.D.); Podiatry (D.P.M., Pod.D., D.P.); or Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship 

A Ph.D. or other doctor's degree that requires advanced work beyond the master's level, including the preparation and defense of a dissertation based on original research, or the planning and execution of an original project demonstrating substantial artistic or scholarly achievement. Some examples of this type of degree may include Ed.D., D.M.A., D.B.A., D.Sc., D.A., or D.M., and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

Doctor's Degree - Other 

A doctor's degree that does not meet the definition of a "doctor's degree - research/scholarship" or a "doctor's degree - professional practice."


Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Institutional Profile 2016-17
[0402] SUNY Buffalo State


B. Key Contacts

Verify existing or provide additional information in ALL of the requested fields. If a person has more than one function, please add his or her name to each category. Otherwise, the correct person may not receive postal mail or e-mails that the Commission directs to specific key contacts. Do not leave any contacts blank (unless noted). Do not enter "vacant." Provide the most appropriate contact name for the position.

Do not leave any contacts blank (unless noted).  Do not enter “vacant.”  Provide the most appropriate contact name for the position.

Key Contact

Data on File
(2015-16)

IP Data
(2016-17)

System/District Chief Exec Officer

Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher
Chancellor
SUNY Plaza
353 Broadway
Albany, NY 12246


Phone: 518 320 1355
Fax: 518 320 1560
Email: Nancy.Zimpher@SUNY.edu

Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher
Chancellor
SUNY Plaza
353 Broadway
Albany, NY 12246


Phone: 518 320 1355
Fax: 518 320 1560
Email: Nancy.Zimpher@SUNY.edu

Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Katherine S. Conway-Turner
President
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4000
Fax: 301 696 3790
Email: kconwayturner@buffalostat.edu

Dr. Katherine S. Conway-Turner
President
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4000
Fax: 301 696 3790
Email: kconwayturner@buffalostat.edu

Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Michael LeVine
VP for Finance and Management
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4311
Fax: 716 878 4350
Email: levinemf@buffalostate.edu

Mr. Michael LeVine
VP for Finance and Management
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4311
Fax: 716 878 4350
Email: levinemf@buffalostate.edu

Chief Information Technology Officer

Dr. David M. Demers
Chief Information Officer
1300 Elmwood Avenue
CLEV515
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 3424
Fax: 716 878 3134
Email: DemersDM@buffalostate.edu

Dr. David M. Demers
Chief Information Officer
1300 Elmwood Avenue
CLEV515
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 3424
Fax: 716 878 3134
Email: DemersDM@buffalostate.edu

Accreditation Liaison Officer

Dr. Rosalyn A. Lindner
Associate Vice President, Assessment, Curriculum, Accreditation & Program Review
1300 Elmwood Avenue
GC 519
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5915
Fax: 716 878 5009
Email: lindnera@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Coordinator of Distance Education

Dr. Bradley J. Fuster
Special Assistant to Provost, Innovative Learning
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 3424
Fax: 716 878 3134
Email: Fusterbj@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Bradley J. Fuster
Special Assistant to Provost, Innovative Learning
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 3424
Fax: 716 878 3134
Email: Fusterbj@buffalostate.edu

Coordinator of Outcomes Assessment

Dr. Rosalyn A. Lindner
Associate Vice President, Assessment, Curriculum, Accreditation & Program Review
1300 Elmwood Avenue
GC 519
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5915
Fax: 716 878 5009
Email: lindnera@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Bradley J. Fuster
Special Assistant to Provost, Innovative Learning
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 3424
Fax: 716 878 3134
Email: Fusterbj@buffalostate.edu

Coordinator of Institutional Research Functions

Mr. Yves M. Gachette
Director for Institutional Research
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4521
Fax: 716 878 3041
Email: gachetym@buffalostate.edu

Mr. Yves M. Gachette
Director for Institutional Research
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4521
Fax: 716 878 3041
Email: gachetym@buffalostate.edu

Chair: Self-Study Steering Committee

Dr. Rosalyn A. Lindner
Associate Vice President, Assessment, Curriculum, Accreditation & Program Review
1300 Elmwood Avenue
GC 519
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5915
Fax: 716 878 5009
Email: lindnera@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Co-Chair: Self-Study Steering Committee

none



none



Person in the President's Office To Whom MSCHE Invoices Should be Sent

Dr. Katherine S. Conway-Turner
President
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4000
Fax: 301 696 3790
Email: kconwayturner@buffalostat.edu

Dr. Katherine S. Conway-Turner
President
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4000
Fax: 301 696 3790
Email: kconwayturner@buffalostat.edu

Person Who Should Receive a Copy of MSCHE Invoices (Optional)

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Melanie Perreault
Provost
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5903
Fax: none
Email: perreaml@buffalostate.edu

Person Completing IP Financials

Mr. Yves M. Gachette
Director for Institutional Research
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4521
Fax: 716 878 3041
Email: gachetym@buffalostate.edu

Mr. Michael LeVine
VP for Finance and Management
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 4311
Fax: 716 878 4350
Email: levinemf@buffalostate.edu

Person Completing IP (Key User)

Dr. Rosalyn A. Lindner
Associate Vice President, Assessment, Curriculum, Accreditation & Program Review
1300 Elmwood Avenue
GC 519
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5915
Fax: 716 878 5009
Email: lindnera@buffalostate.edu

Dr. Rosalyn A. Lindner
Associate Vice President, Assessment, Curriculum, Accreditation & Program Review
1300 Elmwood Avenue
GC 519
Buffalo, NY 14222


Phone: 716 878 5915
Fax: 716 878 5009
Email: lindnera@buffalostate.edu

Click here to indicate that you have reviewed and updated the entire list of Key Contacts above.
        (Required to "Lock Down" the IP data)


Instructions

Personnel Changes

If you are aware that a Key Contact will be leaving your institution after you lock down the IP, leave that person's name in his or her current role. The IP should be accurate as of the time of lock down. Subsequently, please e-mail support@msche.org of the actual termination and/or any replacement, and MSCHE staff will make the change(s) on your behalf.  If someone on the list is deceased or has left your institution, please also email support@msche.org.  

Replace/Modify Key Contact

For each key contact category, you may replace one person with another or modify (update) the information about an incumbent.  To replace a person with someone already affiliated with your institution in the Commission's database, select from the list provided. If the replacement is not in the list of available names, please use the request form available at the bottom of the replace/modify screen.  When you are notified that the person has been added to the list, you may modify the contact information if necessary.

System/District Chief Executive Officer

If your institution is designated as part of a system (public or private), provide the name and complete contact information of the System/District CEO.  These data are collected so that we may coordinate with administrators from systems in preparation for accreditation visits and reviews.  The names of the System/District Chief Executive Officer is posted on the institution's Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS).  

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The CEO is the primary point of contact with MSCHE and is the individual who will receive all communications regarding the review process, policy and procedures, events, billing invoices, and voting ballots.  The name of the CEO is published in the MSCHE online Institution Directory and the Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS).

Chief Academic Officer (CAO)

The CAO is listed as a key contact on the MSCHE online Institution Directory.

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

The CFO must review and approve the data on the "Financial Information (Part 1)" and "Financial Information (Part 2)" pages.  The CFO is required to certify that they have done so at the end of "Financial Information (Part 2)" by clicking the checkbox.  The institution will not be able to "lock down" the IP until this box is checked. 

Chief Information Technology Officer

The Chief Information Technology Officer is the individual responsible for managing the institution's information technology department or functions, regardless of that person's actual job title.  These data are collected in case there are technical issues with key communications between MSCHE and member institutions. 

Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO)

 

The ALO is the individual currently appointed by the chief executive officer of your institution to work directly with the Commission on matters of accreditation. This person may be the same as, or different from the IP Key Holder, or may hold any other job title at the institution, at the discretion of the CEO.  Please see the Commission's Guidelines on the Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO):  Role and Responsibilities http://www.msche.org/documents/6B---5-ALO-guidelines-122109.pdf for more information.  These data are collected because the ALO is the designated point of contact between MSCHE and the institution on matters related to accreditation review.  It is important to notify the Commision of a change in the ALO as soon as possible.

 

Notification of Change of ALO:  Please send the CHE Staff Liaison an email from the President of the institution indicating the change in ALO and provide the complete contact information of the new ALO (name, title, address, phone, email).

 

The name of the ALO is published in the online MSCHE Institution Directory.

Coordinator of Distance Education

The Coordinator of Distance Education is the individual responsible for coordinating the institution's distance education courses, regardless of theat person's actual job title.  These data are collected for mailing lists to MSCHE events and training opportunities.

Coordinator of Outcomes Assessment

The Coordinator of Outcomes Assessment is the individual who is responsible for coordinating the institution’s outcomes assessment activities, regardless of that person's actual job title.  For instance, this person may be a faculty member who is the chair of the outcomes assessment committee or other organized group that is driving the outcomes assessment efforts on campus.  These data are collected for mailing lists to MSCHE events and training opportunities.

Coordinator of Institutional Research

 

The Coordinator of Institutional Research is the individual responsible for the institution’s institutional research functions, regardless of that person's actual job title.  For instance, the primary contact for institutional research may have the title Director of Institutional Research or the Institutional Research Coordinator. These data are collected for mailing lists to MSCHE events and training opportunities.

Chair:  Self-Study Steering Committee

 

Complete this item ONLY if your institution is scheduled for a self-study evaluation team visit in 2015-16 or 2016-17. (See the dates pre-formatted in General Information.) 

 

The Chair of your institution’s Self-Study Steering Committee is the individual responsible for coordinating the steering committee.  

 

NOTE:  The Commission has two slots to enter a Chair and a Co-Chair; the IP cannot accommodate data entry for more than two co-chairs.  You do not need to enter PRR Chair(s).  

Co-Chair:  Self-Study Steering Committee

 

Complete this item ONLY if your institution is scheduled for a self-study evaluation team visit in 2015-16 or 2016-17. (See the dates pre-formatted in General Information.) 

 

The Co-Chair of the Self-Study Steering Committee is a second individual that is responsible for coordinating the institution’s Self-Study Steering Committee.  

 

NOTE:  The Commission has two slots to enter a Chair and a Co-Chair; the IP cannot accommodate data entry for more than two co-chairs.  You do not need to enter PRR Chair(s).  

Person in the President’s Office to Whom MSCHE Invoices Should be Sent 

 

The Person in the President's Office to Whom MSCHE Invoices Should be sent is the individual responsible for coordinating the approval and payment of invoices from the Commission for dues and fees. The Commission will send its invoices by e-mail to this individual.

Person Who Should Receive a Copy of MSCHE Invoices (Optional)

This individual will simultaneously receive a copy of an invoice sent to the president's office.

Person Completing IP Financials

The Person Completing IP Financials is the individual responsible for reporting financial data in the IP.  This person should be familiar with financial reporting and will be responsible for verifying the accuracy of financial data.  MSCHE will contact this person with any questions about submitted data. 

Person Completing IP (IP Key User)

The Person Completing the IP (IP Key User) is the individual who is responsible for the content of the IP (not necessarily the data entry person).  This person is responsible for verifying the accuracy of IP data and will be contacted if MSCHE staff have questions about submitted data.  MSCHE will use this contact name for all correspondence related to the IP, and will be sent the information for the IP/AIU the following year.

Verify Key Contacts

You must click the checkbox at the bottom of the Key Contact screen (see example below) to verify that you have reviewed and updated the entire key contact list.  This is a required field.  If you do not click the checkbox, you will receive an error message and you will not be permitted to lock down the IP.

Sample: Click here to indicate that you have reviewed and accepted the list of Key Contacts above.

              (Required to "Lock Down" the IP data)

Verify Complete Address for Key Contact

Verify the complete address for each key contact.  The screen provides three address lines.  

Institutions Located Outside the U.S.  Starting with Address Line 1, enter the entire mailing address in the postal format commonly used in that country.

Phone for Key Contact

 

Verify or add the phone number for the key contact.  Please note that the phone number [and e-mail address] in each instance should be the individual’s direct number or address, not the institution’s main number or address. This information is exclusively for the internal use of the Commission staff, and it is not made available to the public.

 

Exception: Chief executive officers, chief academic officers, or provosts may provide either their own direct telephone number [and e-mail address] or those of their personal assistant authorized to receive private messages on their behalf.

 

Institutions Located Outside of the United States.  Please provide the telephone number in International Number Format.  Numbers in International Format should only contain the digits 0123456789. There should be no spaces or punctuation. Numbers must start with the country code.  Do not include the international dialing prefix. 


Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Institutional Profile 2016-17
[0402] SUNY Buffalo State


C. Student Achievement

Part 1. Awards Granted

Report all degrees or other formal awards conferred by your institution between July 1, 2015, and June 30, 2016. If an individual received two degrees at different levels during the specified time period, report each degree in the appropriate category.

Please see the instructions for specific inclusions and exclusions.

Awards Granted by Credential Level

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

1841

1855

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

602

681

Post-Master's Certificate

71

47

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

 

Part 2. Completers

This section requests completion data on two separate cohorts (150% and 200%) of full-time, first-time, degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students enrolled in your institution during the specified fall term or academic year. Students must be enrolled full-time in courses that lead to a credit-bearing degree, diploma, certificate or other formal award. Count completers only once and indicate the highest degree level earned. Report the status of these students as of August 31 of the reporting year. Please see the instructions to identify students for inclusion in the specific cohorts.

Screening Questions

a. Does your institution have undergraduate programs?

yes

yes

b. Does your institution serve only transfer students?

no

no

 

Completers of Programs of <= 2 Years

Data on File
(as of August 31, 2015)

IP Data
(as of August 31, 2016)

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time

Fall 2013 cohort

0

0

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time to Completion

0

0

Total transfers out

0

0

Still Enrolled

0

0

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time

Fall 2012 Cohort

0

0

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time to Completion

0

0

Total transfers out

0

0

Still Enrolled

0

0

 

Completers of Programs of > 2 and <= 4 Years
 

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time

Fall 2010 Cohort

0

1456

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time to Completion

0

725

Total transfers out

0

474

Still Enrolled

0

35

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time

Fall 2008 Cohort

0

1507

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time to Completion

0

703

Total transfers out

0

434

Still Enrolled

0

14

Notes


 

Instructions

PART 1:  Awards Granted

Include:

Note:  Although IPEDS was updated for the 2011-2012 reporting period to exclude "awards conferred by branches of your institution located in foreign countries," MSCHE will continue to collect awards conferred by branches of your institution located in foreign countries.  Continue to include them in the count for the IP. 

Do Not Include:

Awards Granted By Credential Level

Report the number of awards granted/degrees conferred by your institution, by credential level, during the reporting period.   

Awards granted by credential levels should match the Approved Credential levels that are approved within the scope of the institution's accreditation by MSCHE.  Please see the institution's Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS) on the MSCHE website (Institution Directory) to see which credential levels are currently approved by MSCHE. You should not be reporting awards granted at a credential level that the institution is not approved to offer.

It is important that the institution report consistently each reporting period and what is reported here should be consistent with IPEDS.  

MSCHE uses IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) definitions for credential levels (see IPEDS Glossary). 

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (< 1 year)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in less than 1 academic year (2 semesters or 3 quarters), or designed for completion in less than 30 semester or trimester credit hours, or in less than 45 quarter credit hours, or in less than 900 contact or clock hours.

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (>=1 year, < 2 years)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 1 but less than 2 full-time equivalent academic years, or designed for completion in at least 30 but less than 60 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 45 but less than 90 quarter credit hours, or in at least 900 but less than 1,800 contact or clock hours.

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

An award that normally requires at least 2 but less than 4 years of full-time equivalent college work.

Postsecondary Award, Certificate, or Diploma (>=2 years, < 4 years)

An award, certificate, or diploma that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 2 but less than 4 full-time equivalent academic years, or designed for completion in at least 60 but less than 120 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 90 but less than 180 quarter credit hours, or in at least 1,800 but less than 3,600 contact or clock hours.

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

 

An award (baccalaureate or equivalent degree, as determined by the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education) that normally requires at least 4 but not more than 5 years of full-time equivalent college-level work. This includes all bachelor's degrees conferred in a 5-year cooperative (work-study) program. A cooperative plan provides for alternate class attendance and employment in business, industry, or government; thus, it allows students to combine actual work experience with their college studies. Also includes bachelor's degrees in which the normal 4 years of work are completed in 3 years.

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

 

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study beyond the bachelor's.  It is designed for persons who have completed a baccalaureate degree, but does not meet the requirements of a master's degree. 

 

NOTE: Even though Teacher Preparation certificate programs may require a bachelor's degree for admission, they are considered subbacalaureate undergraduate programs, and students in these programs are undergraduate students.

Master's Degree or Equivalent

An award that requires the successful completion of a program of study of at last the full-time equivalent of 1 but not more than 2 academic years of work beyond the bachelor's degree.

 

Post-Master's Certificate

An award that requires completion of an organized program beyond the master's degree, but does not meet the requirements of academic degrees at the doctor's level.

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

A doctor's degree that is conferred upon completion of a program providing the knowledge and skills for the recognition, credential, or license required for professional practice. The degree is awarded after a period of study such that the total time to the degree, including both pre-professional and professional preparation, equals at least six full-time equivalent academic years. Some of these degrees were formerly classified as "First Professional" and may include Chiropractic (D.C. or D.C.M.); Dentistry (D.D.S. or D.M.D.); Law (L.L.B. or J.D.); Medicine (M.D.); Optometry (O.D.); Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.); Pharmacy (Pharm.D.); Podiatry (D.P.M., Pod.D., D.P.); or Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

See also guidance provided by the Association for Institutional Research (AIR) for post-baccalaureate degree classifications at http://www3.airweb.org/images/new%20post-baccalaureate%20degree%20classifications.pdf.  

 

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

A Ph.D. or other doctor's degree that requires advanced work beyond the master's level, including the preparation and defense of a dissertation based on original research, or the planning and execution of an original project demonstrating substantial artistic or scholarly achievement. Some examples of this type of degree may include Ed.D., D.M.A., D.B.A., D.Sc., D.A., or D.M, and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

Doctor's Degree - Other

A doctor's degree that does not meet the definition of a "doctor's degree - research/scholarship" or a "doctor's degree - professional practice."

Part 2. Completers - Screening Questions

 

Part 2. Completers - Screening Question a

Does your institution have undergraduate programs? (Yes/No)

Selecting Yes will open up the appropriate data entry fields on the screens to submit data in Part 2, Completers.  

Selecting No will close up Part 2 and data entry is not required.  Institutions that do not have undergraduate students are not required to submit Part 2: Completers in the IP.  Institutions that started first year baccalaureate programs in 2008-09 or later should answer "no".  

Part 2. Completers - Screening Question b

Do your undergraduate programs serve only transfer students? (Yes/No)

Selecting Yes will open up the appropriate data entry fields on the screen to submit data in Part 2, Completers.  

Selecting No will close up Part 2 and data entry is not required.  Institutions that serve only transfer students are not required to submit Part 2: Completers in the IP.  

Fall 2013 Cohort

Report the total number of students in the requested fall cohort (fall 2013).  The requested cohort includes full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students entering the institution in fall.  

Include:

Include all full-time, first-time students seeking a degree upon entering the institution either during the fall term. For institutions that do not determine degree intent upon entry, this should include any students whose intent was not known. Include students enrolled in the fall term who attended college for the first time in the prior summer term and students who entered with advanced standing (college credits earned before graduating from high school).

Students must be enrolled in courses creditable toward a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award. Include students enrolled in courses that are part of a vocational or occupational program, INCLUDING those enrolled in off-campus centers and those enrolled in distance learning/home study programs.

Be sure to include full-time students taking remedial courses if the student is considered degree-seeking for the purpose of student financial aid determination. This includes students who:

·   Received any type of federal financial aid, regardless of what courses they took at any time

·   Received any state or locally based financial aid with an eligibility requirement that the student be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer-seeking program

·   Obtained a student visa to study at a U.S. postsecondary institution

A student who is designated as a member of the cohort remains in the cohort, even if the student:

·   Becomes a part-time student

·   Transfers to another institution

·   Drops out of the institution

·   Stops out of the institution

·   Has not fulfilled the institution's requirements to receive a degree or certificate

 

Exclude:

·   Enrolled exclusively in courses not creditable toward a formal award or the completion of a vocational program (i.e., non-degree/certificate-seeking students)

·   Exclusively taking CEUs

·   Exclusively auditing classes

·   Enrolled part-time

·   Transfers into the institution

·   Foreign students who are only taking coursework at a host institution (e.g., an American institution overseas), if these students are not enrolled at a U.S. institution

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time to Completion

Report the number of students in the cohort that completed their program of study or graduated within 150% of normal time to completion. 

For most two year academic programs with a normal completion time of two years, 150% is three years from when the cohort started.  

Total Transfers Out

Report the number of students in the cohort that left the reporting institution and enrolled at another institution.

This field is optional.  

Still Enrolled

Report the total number of students in the cohort that are still enrolled at the institution.  

Fall 2012 Cohort

Report the total number of students in the requested fall cohort (fall 2012).  The requested cohort includes full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students entering the institution in fall.

Include:

Include all full-time, first-time students seeking a degree upon entering the institution either during the fall term. For institutions that do not determine degree intent upon entry, this should include any students whose intent was not known. Include students enrolled in the fall term who attended college for the first time in the prior summer term and students who entered with advanced standing (college credits earned before graduating from high school).

Students must be enrolled in courses creditable toward a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award. Include students enrolled in courses that are part of a vocational or occupational program, INCLUDING those enrolled in off-campus centers and those enrolled in distance learning/home study programs.

Be sure to include full-time students taking remedial courses if the student is considered degree-seeking for the purpose of student financial aid determination. This includes students who:

·   Received any type of federal financial aid, regardless of what courses they took at any time

·   Received any state or locally based financial aid with an eligibility requirement that the student be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer-seeking program

·   Obtained a student visa to study at a U.S. postsecondary institution

A student who is designated as a member of the cohort remains in the cohort, even if the student:

·   Becomes a part-time student

·   Transfers to another institution

·   Drops out of the institution

·   Stops out of the institution

·   Has not fulfilled the institution's requirements to receive a degree or certificate

 

Exclude:

 

·   Enrolled exclusively in courses not creditable toward a formal award or the completion of a vocational program (i.e., non-degree/certificate-seeking students)

·   Exclusively taking CEUs

·   Exclusively auditing classes

·   Enrolled part-time

·   Transfers into the institution

·   Foreign students who are only taking coursework at a host institution (e.g., an American institution overseas), if these students are not enrolled at a U.S. institution

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time to Completion

Report the number of students in the cohort that completed their program of study or graduated within 200% of normal time to completion. 

For most two year academic programs with a normal completion time of two years, 200% is four years from when the cohort started. 

Total Transfers Out

Report the number of students in the cohort that left the reporting institution and enrolled at another institution. 

This field is optional.

Still Enrolled

Report the total number of students in the cohort that are still enrolled at the institution. 

Fall 2010 Cohort

Report the total number of students in the requested fall cohort (fall 2010).  The requested cohort includes full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students entering the institution in fall.  

Four year institutions that offer 5 year or longer programs should include in the cohort the students who received full credit through 2015-16 (i.e. include all the students who entered the 5-year program in fall 2010 and reflect their status as of the end of the 2015-16 academic year).  

Include:

Include all full-time, first-time students seeking a degree upon entering the institution either during the fall term. For institutions that do not determine degree intent upon entry, this should include any students whose intent was not known. Include students enrolled in the fall term who attended college for the first time in the prior summer term and students who entered with advanced standing (college credits earned before graduating from high school).

Students must be enrolled in courses creditable toward a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award. Include students enrolled in courses that are part of a vocational or occupational program, INCLUDING those enrolled in off-campus centers and those enrolled in distance learning/home study programs.

Be sure to include full-time students taking remedial courses if the student is considered degree-seeking for the purpose of student financial aid determination. This includes students who:

·   Received any type of federal financial aid, regardless of what courses they took at any time

·   Received any state or locally based financial aid with an eligibility requirement that the student be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer-seeking program

·   Obtained a student visa to study at a U.S. postsecondary institution

A student who is designated as a member of the cohort remains in the cohort, even if the student:

·   Becomes a part-time student

·   Transfers to another institution

·   Drops out of the institution

·   Stops out of the institution

·   Has not fulfilled the institution's requirements to receive a degree or certificate

 

Exclude:

·   Enrolled exclusively in courses not creditable toward a formal award or the completion of a vocational program (i.e., non-degree/certificate-seeking students)

·   Exclusively taking CEUs

·   Exclusively auditing classes

·   Enrolled part-time

·   Transfers into the institution

·   Foreign students who are only taking coursework at a host institution (e.g., an American institution overseas), if these students are not enrolled at a U.S. institution

Completers Within 150% of Normal Time to Completion

Report the number of students in the cohort that completed their program of study or graduated within 150% of normal time to completion. 

For most four year degree programs with a normal completion time of four years, 150% is six years from when the cohort started.

Do not include students who initially entered in an Associate's programs (they should be included in the “Completers of Programs < or = 2 years”.  

Do not include students who transferred into your institution.  Institutions that have only transfer programs should change their answer to Yes to the screening question in the middle of the screen if you did not select Yes at the screening questions page when launching the IP.  

Four-year institutions that offer 5-year or longer programs should include in the 2008 cohort the students for these programs who received full credit through 2013-14 (i.e., Include all the students who entered the 5-year program in fall 2008 and reflect their status as of the end of the 2013-14 academic year).

Total Transfers Out

Report the number of students in the cohort that left the reporting institution and enrolled at another institution.  

This field is optional.

Still Enrolled

Report the total number of students in the cohort that are still enrolled at the institution.  

Fall 2008 Cohort

Report the total number of students in the requested fall cohort (fall 2008).  The requested cohort includes full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking students entering the institution in fall.  

Four year institutions that offer 5 year or longer programs should include in the cohort the students who received full credit through 2015-16 (i.e. include all the students who entered the 5-year program in fall 2010 and reflect their status as of the end of the 2015-16 academic year).  

Include:

Include all full-time, first-time students seeking a degree upon entering the institution either during the fall term. For institutions that do not determine degree intent upon entry, this should include any students whose intent was not known. Include students enrolled in the fall term who attended college for the first time in the prior summer term and students who entered with advanced standing (college credits earned before graduating from high school).

Students must be enrolled in courses creditable toward a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award. Include students enrolled in courses that are part of a vocational or occupational program, INCLUDING those enrolled in off-campus centers and those enrolled in distance learning/home study programs.

Be sure to include full-time students taking remedial courses if the student is considered degree-seeking for the purpose of student financial aid determination. This includes students who:

·   Received any type of federal financial aid, regardless of what courses they took at any time

·   Received any state or locally based financial aid with an eligibility requirement that the student be enrolled in a degree, certificate, or transfer-seeking program

·   Obtained a student visa to study at a U.S. postsecondary institution

A student who is designated as a member of the cohort remains in the cohort, even if the student:

·   Becomes a part-time student

·   Transfers to another institution

·   Drops out of the institution

·   Stops out of the institution

·   Has not fulfilled the institution's requirements to receive a degree or certificate

 

Exclude:

 

·   Enrolled exclusively in courses not creditable toward a formal award or the completion of a vocational program (i.e., non-degree/certificate-seeking students)

·   Exclusively taking CEUs

·   Exclusively auditing classes

·   Enrolled part-time

·   Transfers into the institution

·   Foreign students who are only taking coursework at a host institution (e.g., an American institution overseas), if these students are not enrolled at a U.S. institution

Completers Within 200% of Normal Time to Completion

Report the number of students in the cohort that completed their program of study or graduated within 200% of normal time to completion. 

For most four year degree programs with a normal completion time of four years, 200% is eight years from when the cohort started.

Do not include students who initially entered in an Associate's programs (they should be included in the “Completers of Programs < or = 2 years”.  

Do not include students who transferred into your institution.  Institutions that have only transfer programs should change their answer to Yes to the screening question in the middle of the screen if you did not select Yes at the screening questions page when launching the IP.  

 

Four-year institutions that offer 5-year or longer programs should include in the 2008 cohort the students for these programs who received full credit through 2013-14 (i.e., Include all the students who entered the 5-year program in fall 2008 and reflect their status as of the end of the 2013-14 academic year).

Total Transfers Out

Report the number of students in the cohort that left the reporting institution and enrolled at another institution.  

This field is optional.

Still Enrolled

Report the total number of students in the cohort that are still enrolled at the institution.  


Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Institutional Profile 2016-17
[0402] SUNY Buffalo State


D. Enrollment (Unduplicated)

Part 1. Fall Credit Enrollment

Data on File
(fall 2015)

IP Data
(fall 2016)

Undergraduate

Graduate

Undergraduate

Graduate

Total credit hours of all part-time students

6958

3174

6119

3396

Minimum credit load to be considered a full time student per semester

12

9

12

9

Full-Time Head Count

8137

442

7598

416

Part-Time Head Count

1050

701

884

577

Adjusted Enrollment

8717

795

8108

793

Part 2. Matriculation

Data on File
(fall 2015)

IP Data
(fall 2016)

Matriculated (degree-seeking) Students

10045

9309

Non-Matriculated Students

285

166

Total

10330

9475

3. Dual Enrollment Courses for High School Students

IP Data
(fall 2016)

During the fall semester, did any high school students take courses for college credit through your institution?

Yes

4. Non-Credit Enrollment (Prior Year)

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 -
June 30, 2016)

Non-Credit Graduate Level Courses

0

0

Non-Credit Undergraduate Level Courses

361

448

Non-Credit Avocational Continuing Education

0

0

Notes


 

Instructions

Part 1. Fall Credit Enrollment

The Fall Credit Enrollment component collects headcount by enrollment status for the most recent fall semester (fall 2016).  Report an unduplicated headcount of all students enrolled for credit (enrolled in instructional activity, courses or programs, that can be applied toward the requirements for a postsecondary degree, certificate or other formal award), regardless of whether or not they are seeking a degree or certificate.

Insitutions operating on a traditional academic year calendar (semester, trimester, quarter, or 4-1-4) report fall enrollment as of the institution's official fall reporting date or October 15.  Institutions operating on a calendar that differs by program or that enrolls students on a continuing basis (referred to as program reporters) report all enrollment aas students enrolled any time during the period August 1 and October 31.

Include all students enrolled for credit (enrolled in instructional activity, courses or programs, that can be applied towards the requirements for a postsecondary degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award), regardless of whether or not they are seeking a degree or certificate, including:

Exclude students who are not enrolled for credit, including:

Summer Programs. Students attending the Summer 2016 session to complete requirements for graduation in 2015-16 are considered to be part of the 2015-16 cohort. However, students who start in Summer 2016 courses and continue into fall 2016, are to be counted in the 2016-17 cohort. Alternatively, use your institution's normal procedures for computing an academic year (e.g., Summer 2, Fall, Spring, and Summer 1), if applicable.

 

Total credit hours of all part-time students

Compute the total credit hours for the most recent fall semester (fall 2016), using the institution’s official fall reporting date (or as of October 15, whichever is sooner). Report separately for both undergraduate and graduate students. If your off-campus sites have different census reporting dates from the main campus cutoff date, please report the total number of credit hours, regardless of the census date.

Minimum credit load for a student to be considered full-time (per semester or equivalent unit)

Report the minimum number of credits that a student must take in order to be considered a full-time student at your institution (as defined by the institution).

Full-Time Headcount

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all full-time students (as defined by the institution), reporting undergraduate and graduate levels separately. 

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:

Full-time Undergraduate: A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits, or 12 or more quarter credits, or 24 or more contact hours a week each term. 

Full-time Graduate: A student enrolled for 9 or more semester credits, or 9 or more quarter credits, or a student involved in thesis or dissertation preparation that is considered full-time by the institution. 

 

Doctor's degree - Professional practice - as defined by the institution.

 

If the definition of a full-time load varies by program or course of study at your institution, use the load representing the majority of your students.

 

Explain the difference briefly in the Notes; if Commission staff or evaluators need further details, you can provide a full explanation at that time.

 

Part-Time Headcount

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all part-time students (as defined by the institution), reporting undergraduate and graduate levels separately. 

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:

Part-time Undergraduate: A student enrolled for either less than 12 semester or quarter credits, or less than 24 contact hours a week each term. 

Part-time Graduate: A student enrolled for less than 9 semester or quarter credits.

Adjusted Enrollment

MSCHE uses a calculation to create a full-time equivalency called Adjusted Enrollment, which appears on the Detail View of the MSCHE online Institution Directory.  

UndergraduateAdjustedEnrollment = (UndergraduatePartTimeHours / UndergraduatreFullTimeHoursRequired) + UndergraduateFullTimeHeadcount

 

Part 2. Matriculation

Part 2. Matriculation collects the number of students matriculated into degree programs during the most recent fall semester (fall 2016).  Report an unduplicated headcount of students that are 1) Matriculated Students, and 2) Non-Matriculated Students.  

Matriculated (degree-seeking) Students

Report the unduplicated headcount of all enrolled students as of fall 2016 who are matriculated into a degree program, i.e. recognized by the institution as working toward a specific degree or certificate (i.e., matriculated, degree-seeking).  Include undergraduate and graduate students.  

Exclude:

Non-Matriculated Students

Report an unduplicated number of students who are not matriculated (not seeking a specific degree or credential) but who are enrolled in courses for which credit is awarded.  Include undergraduate and graduate students, full-time and part-time students.  

Part 3. Dual Enrollment Courses for High School Students

 

Part 3 Dual Enrollment Courses for High School Students collects data on high school students earning college credits for courses taken through a postsecondary institution.  Different institutions have different names for dual enrollment, such as "dual credit," "concurrent enrollment," or "joint enrollment."  For purposes of the IP, include all high school students who took college courses within a dual enrollment program and those who took courses on their own, outside of any organized program. The reporting period is the most recent fall semester (fall 2016).

Number of High School Students

Report an unduplicated headcount of high students that took courses for college credit through your institution for the most recent fall semester (fall 2016).  

Credit for courses may be earned at both the high school and college level simultaneously or only at the college level. Credit may be earned immediately or upon enrollment at your institution after high school graduation.  

Courses may be taught on a college campus, on a high school campus, at some other location, or through distance education. 

 

Do not include information about summer bridge programs for students who had already graduated from high school. 

 

Part 4. Non-Credit Enrollment

Part 4 Non-Credit Enrollment collects data on the number of students enrolled in non-credit, continuing education, and avocational courses (i.e., courses that cannot be counted toward a degree). The reporting period is the entire prior academic year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016).  If you use a different calendar, use your institution's normal procedures for computing an academic year.


Count students without regard to whether they also enrolled in for-credit courses, and count them once if they enroll in more than one non-credit course. If a non-credit student takes a vocational course and an avocational course, count that student once under vocational. 

 

For situations when the student is taking both noncredit and credit courses at the same time:  Count the number of students enrolled in noncredit courses, that are not part of any formal curricula or degree program.  You should NOT include audited courses that are part of a degree program.  Realizing that not all student information systems track or code data the same way, rely on the course and whether it is a noncredit offering or a credit offering as defined by the institution.

 

Exclude:

Non-Credit Graduate Level Courses

Report the unduplicated number of students taking non-credit graduate level courses.

Non-Credit Undergraduate Level Courses

Report an unduplicated headcount for students taking non-credit undergraduate courses or continuing education courses for which certificates of completion may or may not be provided (including ESL, remedial, or career-related skills and knowledge for vocations).  Include any pre-college students, because they also have an impact on the institution's physical, fiscal, and human resources.

If your institution has no system for separating enrollment in continuing education versus avocational courses, report all such enrollment as continuing education, and explain in the Notes section.

Non-Credit Avocational Continuing Education

Report an unduplicated headcount for students taking avocational (self-improvement/leisure) courses.

Avocational programs are defined in the IPEDS Glossary as instructional programs in personal interest and leisure categories whose expressed intent is not to produce postsecondary credits, nor to lead to a formal award or an academic degree, nor result in occupationally specific skills.


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E. Distance and Correspondence Education

Distance education means education that uses one or more technologies to deliver instructions to students who are separated from the instructor and to support regular and substantive interaction between the students and the instructor. See the Instructions for a full explanation.

Part 1. Distance Education

Part 1 Distance Education collects data on the number of courses, students, and programs offered via distance education. Please see the instructions and help sections for definitions.

Part 1. Distance Education - Screening Question

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 -
June 30, 2016)

Did your institution, in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016), offer distance education courses, as defined in the Instructions?

Yes

Yes

 

Distance Education Courses

If you selected 'yes' in the previous question, then please complete this section.

Provide: (a) the unduplicated headcount of all students in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) who took distance education courses for credit by your institution; and (b) the total number of registrations of all students. The registrations may be duplicated if a student enrolls in more than one course.

Provide an explanation in the Notes context box if this reporting year's total is greater than the prior year and you have significant growth in distance learning enrollment.

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 -
June 30, 2016)

Distance Education Headcount

4528

3825

Distance Education Registrations

8085

6372

Distance Education Programs

Programs. Report the number of degree or certificate programs offered during the previous year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) for which students could meet at least 50% of their requirements for any of the programs by taking distance education courses.

Substantive change (prior approval) is required to offer Distance Education Programs. Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures posted on the Commission's website. You may also email sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 -
June 30, 2016)

Number of Distance Education Programs

2

2


Part 2. Correspondence Education

Correspondence education means: (1) Education provided through one or more courses by an institution under which the institution provides instructional materials, by mail or electronic transmission, including examinations on the materials, to students who are separated from the instructor; (2) Interaction between the instructor and the student is limited, is not regular and substantive, and is primarily initiated by the student; (3) Correspondence courses are typically self-paced; and (4) Correspondence education is not Distance education.

Substantive change (prior approval) is required to offer Correspondence Education Programs. Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures posted on the Commission's website. You may also email sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.

Part 2. Correspondence Education - Screening Question

Data on File
(2014-15)

IP Data
(July 1, 2015 -
June 30, 2016)

Did your institution, in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016), offer Correspondence education courses, as defined in the Instructions?

No

No

Notes


 

Instructions

Part 1. Distance Education

MSCHE uses the federal definition of distance education*.  *Federal definitions can be found at https://www2.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/accreditation_pg12.html

Distance education means education that uses one or more of the technologies listed below to deliver instruction to students who are separated from the instructor and to support regular and substantive interaction between the students and the instructor, either synchronously or asynchronously. The technologies may include: (1) The Internet; (2) One-way and two-way transmissions through open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, broadband lines, fiber optics, satellite, or wireless communications devices; (3) Audioconferencing; or (4) Video cassettes, DVDs, and CD-ROMs, if the cassettes, DVDs, or CD-ROMs are used in a course in conjunction with any of the technologies listed above. 

A distance education course is a course in which the instructional content is delivered exclusively via distance education.  Requirements for coming to campus for orientation, testing, or academic support services do not exclude a course from being classified as distance education. 

Part 1. Distance Education - Screening Question

Indicate whether your institution, in the most recent prior year, offered courses for credit using distance education.  

If a course was offered but no students enrolled, change your answer to "No" on this page and continue to Part 2:  Correspondence Education.

Distance Education Headcount

Report the unduplicated headcount of all students in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) who took distance education courses for credit by your institution. Report the number of distance education courses only when instructional content is delivered exclusively via distance education (offered in its entirety through distance education).  Do not  include "hybrid" or "mixed delivery" courses.  The Commission does not require prior approval to offer distance education courses.    

Exclude: Students who drop out during the drop/add period.

Distance Education Registrations

Report the total number of registrations in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) who took distance education courses for credit by your institution. "Registrations" refers to the sum of "seats" filled. Therefore, registrations may be duplicated if a student enrolls in more than one course.

Exclude: Students who drop out during the drop/add period.

Number of Distance Education Programs

Report the number of degree or certificate programs offered during the prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) for which students could meet 50% or more of the requirements of an educational program by taking distance education courses. 

According to federal regulations, the Commission requires prior approval to offer programs that include 50% or more of the delivery of instruction through the use of information technologies.  The institution should submit a substantive change request for Alternative Delivery Method for the first two distance education programs.See the MSCHE Substantive Change Policy and acompanying Substantive Change Procedures for more information about submitting substantive change requests.  You may also email sc@msche.org.

Part 2. Correspondence Education

MSCHE uses the federal definition for correspondence education.  Federal definitions can be found at https://www2.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/accreditation_pg12.html

Correspondence education means: (1) Education provided through one or more courses by an institution under which the institution provides instructional materials, by mail or electronic transmission, including examinations on the materials, to students who are separated from the instructor; (2) Interaction between the instructor and the student is limited, is not regular and substantive, and is primarily initiated by the student; (3) Correspondence courses are typically self-paced; and (4) Correspondence education is not distance education.

Part 2. Correspondence Education - Screening Question  

Indicate whether your institution, in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016), offered courses for credit using correspondence education. 

If a course was offered but no students enrolled, change your answer to "No" on this page.

 

Correspondence Education Headcount

Report the unduplicated headcount of all students in the most recent prior year who took correspondence courses for credit by your institution.  

Report the number of correspondence education courses only when instructional content is delivered exclusively via correspondence (offered in its entirety through correspondence education).  Do not  include "hybrid" or "mixed delivery" courses.  The Commission does not require prior approval to offer correspondence education courses.  

Correspondence Education Total Registrations

Report the total number of registrations in the most recent prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) who took correspondence courses for credit by your institution. "Registrations" refers to the sum of "seats" filled. Therefore, registrations may be duplicated if a student enrolls in more than one course.

Exclude: Students who drop out during the drop/add period.

Number of Correspondence Education Programs

Report the number of degree or certificate programs offered during the prior year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016) for which students could meet 50% or more of the requirements of an educational program by taking correspondence education courses. 

According to federal regulations, the Commission requires prior approval to offer programs that include 50% or more of the delivery of instruction through the use of correspondence education.  The institution should submit a substantive change request for Alternative Delivery Method for the first two correspondence education programs.  See the MSCHE Substantive Change Policy and acompanying Substantive Change Procedures for more information about submitting substantive change requests.  You may also email sc@msche.org.


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F. Other Regional, National, and Specialized Accreditation

Accreditors Recognized by the U.S. Department of Education

In the column on the right, check the box next to the name of the U.S.D.E. recognized accreditors that currently accredit your institution or its programs. Include accreditors for which your institution is a candidate for accreditation (provide a note in the Notes section indicating that you are a candidate for a particular accreditor).

The list of U.S.D.E recognized accrediting organizations your institution reported last year are shown in the left column labeled "Data on File". The items you selected last year are not automatically pre-populated to the current "IP Data" column for the current reporting year. You must make check box selections each year.

It is not necessary to report the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and it is excluded from this list.

Data on File
(2015-16)

Accreditors Recognized by U.S. Secretary of Education

IP Data
(2016-17)

Accreditors Recognized by U.S. Secretary of Education

  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
  • National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Commission on Accreditation
  • National Association of Schools of Music, Commission on Accreditation
  • National Association of Schools of Theatre, Commission on Accreditation
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology
  • Council on Social Work Education
  • National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Commission on Accreditation
  • National Association of Schools of Music, Commission on Accreditation
  • National Association of Schools of Theatre, Commission on Accreditation

Notes

Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.

Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)


Instructions

Accreditors Recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (U.S.D.E.)

To view the complete federal list of U.S.D.E. recognized accreditors, go to: http://www2.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/accreditation_pg6.html#NationallyRecognized and http://www2.ed.gov/admins/finaid/accred/accreditation_pg7.html.  This list contains regional, specialized and programmatic accrediting agencies that are recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education.  If you do not see an accreditor, please double check the federal list and make sure the agency has not changed its name.  If the agency has changed its name, but the old name is listed, please check the old name.  When the U.S. Department of Education updates the list, it will be updated in the MSCHE system.

Notes

Please use the space in the Notes section to inform MSCHE of any change in (probationary status) or removal of accreditation by any other external accrediting body.  MSCHE staff will contact you for more information.


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G. Instructional Staff

Report an unduplicated headcount of full-time and part-time instructional personnel employed by your institution as of fall 2016.

Please see the full instructions for more information about inclusions and exclusions.

Data on File
(fall 2015)

IP Data
(fall 2016)

Full-Time Headcount

Part-Time Headcount

Full-Time Headcount

Part-Time Headcount

Total Faculty

380

468

379

448

Notes


 

Instructions

Instructional Staff

An occupational category that is comprised of staff who are either: 1) Primarily Instruction or 2) Instruction combined with research and/or public service.  The intent of the Instructional Staff category is to include all individuals whose primary occupation includes instruction at the institution.

Include:

For the purpose of this survey, it is of no consequence whether instructional personnel are financially compensated or not. 

 

Exclude:

Full-time 

Report the unduplicated number of full time instructional staff.  Full-time personnel are either available for full-time assignment during the period being reviewed or are designated as “full time” in an official contract or appointment. Normally, employees who work approximately 40 hours per week for a full academic year are considered full-time. Individuals on sabbatical should be counted as full-time if their status was full-time prior to their leave.

Part-time

Report the unduplicated number of part-time instructional staff.  Faculty who teach only one semester or term are part-time, because the basis of measurement is a full academic year.


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H. Other Geographical Locations

Report all study abroad sites. Verify existing data and add new countries that are considered study abroad sites for the current reporting period (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017). If your semesters abroad run into the next reporting year (i.e. summer programs that start in June but run through August for example), include them in the current reporting year. Use the start of the semester as the date for inclusion in the current reporting timeframe.

This section is only required if your institution's Self-Study Visit is scheduled for 2017-18 or 2018-19.

Note:
Your institution's next Self-Study Visit is scheduled for 2022-23.

H-1. Study Abroad


Instructions

This section is required ONLY if your self-study visit is scheduled for 2017-18 or 2018-19.

Definition of Study Abroad

Study Abroad programs may be sponsored or co-sponsored by your institution.  Report only sites where your institution has "ownership" over the curriculum (i.e. determines what will or will not be taught) and where your institution specifically approves which faculty members will or will not teach. 

Contracts for programs where the reporting institution has an arm's length contractual relationship with the study abroad operators (i.e. without veto power over curriculum components and individual faculty) will be treated as if they are equivalent to articulation agreements for the purposes of the IP.  They should not be reported here, but should be included, when appropriate, in your institution's self-study report.

A Study Abroad site, for purposes of the IP, is for U.S. students traveling to that country.  A geographic location of the institution that is located in a different country is primarily for the benefit of local students (regardless of nationality, including U.S. nationals) living in that country.  A site should not be reported as study abroad if it is already listed as a branch campus, additional location, or other instructional site.

Include only those students who are enrolled in study abroad programs for which academic credit will be awarded by your institution.

Exclusions:


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H. Other Geographical Locations

Verify existing data and provide missing information for all geographical locations that are considered branch campuses for the current reporting period (July 1, 2016 - June 20, 2017).

Your institution's Title IV funding could be in jeopardy if the address provided to MSCHE is not identical to the one provided to the federal government for Title IV purposes.

Substantive change (prior approval) is required to add, close, relocate or reclassify Branch Campuses. Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures posted on the Commission's website. You may also email sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.

H-2. Branch Campuses

Data on File
(2015-16)

IP Data
(2016-17)

No Branch Campuses.

No Branch Campuses.


Instructions

Definition of Branch Campus

The Commission defines a branch campus as a domestic or international location of an institution that is geographically apart, independent of the primary/main campus of the institution. The branch campus is considered independent of the main campus if it is permanent in nature; offers courses in educational programs leading to a degree, certificate, or other recognized educational credential; has its own faculty and administrative or supervisory organization; and has its own budgetary and hiring authority. 

Branch campuses are not considered to be temporary, but they may be rented or made available to the institution at no cost by another institution, organization, agency, or firm. The branch may be organized and managed by the institution itself or by contractual agreement with a third party.

A site listed as a “branch campus” may not be listed as an “additional location” or an “other instructional site.”

The Commission’s definition of a branch campus may not be the same definition the institution uses for state reporting purposes.

Substantive Change.  If a site is currently approved as a "branch campus", a substantive change request must be submitted to the Commission in order to close, relocate (change of address), or reclassify a branch campus to an additional location or other instructional site.  Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures for more information about submitting a substantive change request.  You may also contact sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.  

The Commission will make typographic, grammatical, or other changes required by the U.S. Postal Service upon request by the institution (with documentation).  Please email support@msche.org to request a typographical change.  

Verify IPEDS ID Number

Verify the IPEDS number as displayed in the grid. 

If the IPEDS number is incorrect or missing, please contact support@msche.org to correct/update it.

Verify OPE ID Number

Verify the OPE ID number for the site/location as displayed in the grid.  The OPE ID number is an identification number used by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) to identify schools that have Program Participation Agreements (PPA) so that their students are eligible to participate in Federal Student Financial Assistance programs under Title IV regulations.  The OPE ID number is a six-digit number followed by a two-digit suffix used to identify branches, additional locations and other entities that are part of the eligible institution.  

If the OPE ID number is missing or incorrect, please contact support@msche.org to update/correct it.  

Branch Campus Open Date

As part of the substantive change process, the institution must inform the Commission of the date a newly approved site opened (open date) within 30 days of when instruction ceased.  Please enter the date that instruction commenced at this site in the field provided. If a date cannot be identified or the institution has decided not to open the site, please contact Substantive Change staff at sc@msche.org.  

Branch Campus Closed Date

 

As part of the substantive change process, the institution must inform the Commission of the date the site closed (close date) within 30 days of when instruction ceased.  Please enter the date that instruction ceased at this site in the field provided. If a date cannot be identified or the institution has decided not to close the site, please contact Substantive Change staff at sc@msche.org.  

Verify Branch Campus Address

Verify the complete address for each branch campus. Your institution's Title IV funding could be in jeopardy if the address provided to MSCHE is not identical to the one provided to the federal government for Title IV purposes. 

Substantive change is required to add, close, relocate (change of address), or reclassify a branch campus (into an additional location or other instructional site).  Please see the Substantive Change Policy and the accompanying Substantive Change Procedures for information about the substantive change process.  You may also contact sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.  

The Commission will make typographic, grammatical, or other changes required by the U.S. Postal Service.  Please email support@msche.org to request a typographical change.  

 

Branch Campus Telephone 
Review and update the phone number for this branch campus, if necessary. 

Locations Outside of the United States.  Please provide the telephone number in International Number Format.  Numbers in International Format should only contain the digits 0123456789. There should be no spaces or punctuation. Numbers must start with the country code.  Do not include the international dialing prefix.

Branch Campus Status

Indicate the status of the branch campus during the reporting period (the current year which is defined as July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017).  

Institutions may select the following status(es) to report the level of activity at the site each year in the IP:

Active means there was instructional activity/student enrollment at the site during the reporting period and the institution can report enrollment.  You must enter enrollment and the number of programs offered at each credential level at the branch campus.

Partial year reporting. If an approved location opens or begins enrolling students in the middle of the reporting period, mark the location Active and report the partial-year enrollment.  In the Notes field at the bottom of the screen, report that activity is partial and include the date the activity began.

Inactive means there was no instructional activity/student enrollment at the site during the reporting period although the institution maintains operations/contractual arrangements and may use the site in the future.  The purpose of designating a site as inactive is to avoid the necessity of submitting a substantive change request to close the site (and submitting a subsequent substantive change request to reinstate it at a later time).  However, a site should not remain inactive for an excessive amount of time.  After four years of inactivity, please review the institutional plans for the site and if applicable, proceed with a substantive change request to close the site permanently.  Please note the distinction between inactive and closed sites.  Marking the status as inactive means does not close the site, and the site will continue to appear in the IP and the SAS.  Selecting inactive will automatically report the enrollment as 0.

The following statuses are used by the Commission:

Approved-Not Yet Active (ANYA) means the site was recently approved through the substantive change process, but the Commission is missing key data points or has not been informed that the site has officially opened (instruction has commenced).  As indicated in the substantive change action letter sent to the institution, the institution must notify the Commission when the site has officially opened (send an email to sc@msche.org with the open date).   Upon notification, staff will update the status from ANYA to "Active". 

Approved-Not Yet Closed (ANYC) means that the site was recently approved to close through the substantive change process, but the Commission is missing key data points or has not been informed of the date that the site officially closed.  As indicated in the substantive change action letter sent to the institution, the institution must notify the Commission when the site has officially closed (send an email to sc@msche.org with the closed date).   Upon notification, staff will update the status from ANYC to "Closed."  Once a site is closed, it will not appear in the IP as a branch campus.

Closed means the site has officially been closed by the institution and the institution has no plans to use the site.  To close a site, a substantive change request is required.  Please see the Substantive Change Policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures for more information.  Noting that a site is closed in the Notes field will NOT reflect that it is permanently closed in the MSCHE database and the site will continue to appear in the IP and on the Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS) until you have sucessfully completed the substantive change process.  Once a site is closed, it is no longer visible in the IP or SAS and a substantive change request is required to reinstate or open it again at a later time.  

Number of Programs by Credential Level

Report the number of academic programs offered at the site during the reporting period which may be completed at the site over time. Include all credit bearing academic programs but exclude avocational/leisure courses.  For each Additional Location, click "Modify" and indicate the number of programs the institution offers at the site for each of the credential levels.

IPEDS defines a program as “A combination of courses and related activities organized for the attainment of broad educational objectives as described by the institution.” 

This question does not refer to the number of degrees awarded at each Branch Campus by the institution.  Instead, it applies to the the number of academic programs offered at this particular site.  The credential levels offered at all geographic locations must be included within the existing scope of the institution's accreditation.  That is, you cannot offer credential levels at any site if that credential level is not already approved within the scope of your accreditation.  See Section A: General Information, Approved Credential Levels or the Statement of Accreditation Status (SAS) to see which credential levels are currently approved by the Commission.

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (< 1 year)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in less than 1 academic year (2 semesters or 3 quarters), or designed for completion in less than 30 semester or trimester credit hours, or in less than 45 quarter credit hours, or in less than 900 contact or clock hours.

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma (>=1 year, < 2 years)

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 1 but less than 2 full-time equivalent academic years , or designed for completion in at least 30 but less than 60 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 45 but less than 90 quarter credit hours, or in at least 900 but less than 1,800 contact or clock hours.

 

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

An award that normally requires at least 2 but less than 4 years of full-time equivalent college work.

Postsecondary Award, Certificate, or Diploma (>=2 years, < 4 years)

An award, certificate, or diploma that requires completion of an organized program of study at the postsecondary level (below the baccalaureate degree) in at least 2 but less than 4 full-time equivalent academic years, or designed for completion in at least 60 but less than 120 semester or trimester credit hours, or in at least 90 but less than 180 quarter credit hours, or in at least 1,800 but less than 3,600 contact or clock hours.

 

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

An award (baccalaureate or equivalent degree, as determined by the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education) that normally requires at least 4 but not more than 5 years of full-time equivalent college-level work. This includes all bachelor's degrees conferred in a 5-year cooperative (work-study) program. A cooperative plan provides for alternate class attendance and employment in business, industry, or government; thus, it allows students to combine actual work experience with their college studies. Also includes bachelor's degrees in which the normal 4 years of work are completed in 3 years.

 

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

 

An award that requires completion of an organized program of study beyond the bachelor's.  It is designed for persons who have completed a baccalaureate degree, but does not meet the requirements of a master's degree. 

 

NOTE: Even though Teacher Preparation certificate programs may require a bachelor's degree for admission, they are considered subbacalaureate undergraduate programs, and students in these programs are undergraduate students.

Master's Degree or Equivalent

An award that requires the successful completion of a program of study of at least the full-time equivalent of 1 but not more than 2 academic years of work beyond the bachelor's degree.  Some of these degrees, such as those in Theology (M.Div., M.H.L./Rav) that were formerly classified as "first-professional", may require more than two full-time equivalent academic years of work.

 

Post-Master's Certificate

An award that requires completion of an organized program beyond the master's degree, but does not meet the requirements of academic degrees at the doctor's level.

Doctor's Degree -  Professional Practice

A doctor's degree that is conferred upon completion of a program providing the knowledge and skills for the recognition, credential, or license required for professional practice. The degree is awarded after a period of study such that the total time to the degree, including both pre-professional and professional preparation, equals at least six full-time equivalent academic years. Some of these degrees were formerly classified as "First Professional" and may include Chiropractic (D.C. or D.C.M.); Dentistry (D.D.S. or D.M.D.); Law (L.L.B. or J.D.); Medicine (M.D.); Optometry (O.D.); Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.); Pharmacy (Pharm.D.); Podiatry (D.P.M., Pod.D., D.P.); or Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.), and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

A Ph.D. or other doctor's degree that requires advanced work beyond the master's level, including the preparation and defense of a dissertation based on original research, or the planning and execution of an original project demonstrating substantial artistic or scholarly achievement. Some examples of this type of degree may include Ed.D., D.M.A., D.B.A., D.Sc., D.A., or D.M, and others, as designated by the awarding institution.

Doctor's Degree - Other

A doctor's degree that does not meet the definition of a "doctor's degree - research/scholarship" or a "doctor's degree - professional practice."

Full-Time Headcount, Graduate

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all full-time students attending graduate level courses at the branch campus, whether or not those students are matriculated in a specific degree or certificate program.  The headcount at various branches may be duplicated if students attend multiple branches.  

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:  Full-tme Graduate: A student enrolled for 9 or more semester credits, or 9 or more quarter credits, or a student involved in thesis or dissertation preparation that is considered full-time by the institution.

If the definition of a full-time load varies by program or course of study at your institution, use the load representing the majority of your students.

If a student changes status from full-time to part-time or vice versa, count the student as only one status (full-time or part-time) based on the number of credits the student has completed during the reporting year.

Full-Time Headcount, Undergraduate

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all full-time students attending undergraduate-level courses at the branch campus, whether or not those students are matriculated in a specific degree or certificate program.  The headcount at various branches may be duplicated if students attend multiple branches.  

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:  Full-time Undergraduate: A student enrolled for 12 or more semester credits, or 12 or more quarter credits, or 24 or more contact hours a week each term. 

If the definition of a full-time load varies by program or course of study at your institution, use the load representing the majority of your students.

If a student changes status from full-time to part-time or vice versa, count the student as only one status (full-time or part-time) based on the number of credits the student has completed during the reporting year.

Part-Time Headcount, Graduate

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all part-time students attending graduate level courses at the branch campus, whether or not those students are matriculated in a specific degree or certificate program.  The headcount at various branches may be duplicated if students attend multiple branches.  

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:  Part-time Graduate: A student enrolled for less than 9 semester or quarter credits.of study at your institution, use the load representing the majority of your students.

If a student changes status from full-time to part-time or vice versa, count the student as only one status (full-time or part-time) based on the number of credits the student has completed during the reporting year.

Part-Time Headcount, Undergraduate

Provide an unduplicated headcount of all part-time students attending undergraduate-level courses at the branch campus, whether or not those students are matriculated in a specific degree or certificate program.  The headcount at various branches may be duplicated if students attend multiple branches.  

The following definitions are guidelines provided by the IPEDS Glossary:  Part-time Undergraduate: A student enrolled for either less than 12 semester or quarter credits, or less than 24 contact hours a week each term. 

If the definition of a full-time load varies by program or course of study at your institution, use the load representing the majority of your students.

If a student changes status from full-time to part-time or vice versa, count the student as only one status (full-time or part-time) based on the number of credits the student has completed during the reporting year.


Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Institutional Profile 2016-17
[0402] SUNY Buffalo State


H. Other Geographical Locations

Verify existing data and provide missing information for all geographical locations that are considered additional locations for the current reporting period (July 1, 2016 - June 20, 2017).

Your institution's Title IV funding could be in jeopardy if the address provided to MSCHE is not identical to the one provided to the federal government for Title IV purposes.

Substantive change (prior approval) is required to add, close, relocate or reclassify Additional Locations. Please see the Substantive Change policy and accompanying Substantive Change Procedures posted on the Commission's website. You may also email sc@msche.org or your staff liaison with questions.

H-3. Additional Locations

Data on File
(2015-16)

IP Data
(2016-17)

Name

Altamira International School

Altamira International School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Barranquilla
Colombia

Barranquilla
Colombia

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

15

21

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American Community School

American Community School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Amman
7th and 8th Circle, Dahiat Al-Amir Rashid
Amman 11831
Jordan

Amman
7th and 8th Circle, Dahiat Al-Amir Rashid
Amman 11831
Jordan

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

39

39

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American Embassy School

American Embassy School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Chandragupta Marg
Chanakyapuri
New Delhi, 110021
India

Chandragupta Marg
Chanakyapuri
New Delhi, 110021
India

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

16

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American International School of Lusaka

American International School of Lusaka

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Lusaka
487A/F/E Leopard's Hill Road
Zambia

Lusaka
487A/F/E Leopard's Hill Road
Zambia

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

6

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American International School of Mozambique

American International School of Mozambique

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Maputo
Mozambique

Maputo
Mozambique

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

17

20

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American International School/Dhaka

American International School/Dhaka

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Dhaka
Bangladesh

Dhaka
Bangladesh

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

7

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School Foundation of Mexico City

American School Foundation of Mexico City

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Mexico City
Mexico

Mexico City
Mexico

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

50

40

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School Foundation of Monterrey

American School Foundation of Monterrey

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Monterrey
Mexico

Monterrey
Mexico

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

76

71

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School of Campinas

American School of Campinas

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Campinas-SP
RuaCajamar 35, CEP q3090 860
Brazil

Campinas-SP
RuaCajamar 35, CEP q3090 860
Brazil

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

36

29

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School of Doba

American School of Doba

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Doha
Qatar

Doha
Qatar

Status

Inactive

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School of Dubai

American School of Dubai

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Dubai
United Arab Emirates

Dubai
United Arab Emirates

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

18

12

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School of Quito

American School of Quito

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Manuel Benigno Cueva N 80-190
Quita, Ecuador/ Alliance Academy International, Villalengua 789
Casilla 17-11-06186, Quito
Ecuador

Manuel Benigno Cueva N 80-190
Quita, Ecuador/ Alliance Academy International, Villalengua 789
Casilla 17-11-06186, Quito
Ecuador

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

62

45

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American School of Warsaw

American School of Warsaw

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Bielawa, UI Warszawska 202
Konstancin-Jeziorna, 05-520
Poland

Bielawa, UI Warszawska 202
Konstancin-Jeziorna, 05-520
Poland

Status

Inactive

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

American-British Academy/American International School of Muscat

American-British Academy/American International School of Muscat

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Muscat
Oman

Muscat
Oman

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

18

11

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Canadian International School of Hong Kong

Canadian International School of Hong Kong

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Hong Kong
36 Nam Long Sham Road, Aberdeen
China

Hong Kong
36 Nam Long Sham Road, Aberdeen
China

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

18

19

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Carol Morgan School

Carol Morgan School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

13

11

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Colegio Albania

Colegio Albania

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

La Mina
Colombia

La Mina
Colombia

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

20

7

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Colegio Americano de Torreon

Colegio Americano de Torreon

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Torreon
Mexico

Torreon
Mexico

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

31

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Las Palmeras 325, Camacho
La Molina, Lima
Peru

Las Palmeras 325, Camacho
La Molina, Lima
Peru

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

16

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Colegio Internacional Puerto La Cruz

Colegio Internacional Puerto La Cruz

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Puerto La Cruz
Country Club c/c Calle Ricaurte, Barcelona 6001 1
Edo. Anzoategui
Venezuela

Puerto La Cruz
Country Club c/c Calle Ricaurte, Barcelona 6001 1
Edo. Anzoategui
Venezuela

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

25

26

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Colegio Montessori British School

Colegio Montessori British School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Bogota, Cundinamarca
Calle 12872-80
Colombia

Bogota, Cundinamarca
Calle 12872-80
Colombia

Status

Active

Inactive

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

0

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

8

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.


Name

Columbus School

Columbus School

IPEDS ID

none

none

OPE ID

none

none

Street Address, City, State, Postal

Medellin
Colombia

Medellin
Colombia

Status

Active

Active

Number of degree programs for which 50% of the program may be completed at this location

Postsecondary Award (< 1 year)

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>=1 year, < 2 years)

0

0

Associate's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postsecondary Award (>= 2 years, < 4 years)

0

0

Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent

0

0

Postbaccalaureate Certificate

0

0

Master's Degree or Equivalent

1

1

Post-Master's Certificate

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Professional Practice

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Research/Scholarship

0

0

Doctor's Degree - Other

0

0

Full-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

0

0

Undergraduate

0

0

Part-time Headcount at this location

Graduate

37

46

Undergraduate

0

0

Notes
Information in the Notes section does not constitute formal notice to the Commission. It is explanatory and contextual for any evaluator or other person reading the Institutional Profile. Please do not exceed 500 characters.