The Middle States Commission on Higher Education visits Morgan State


Akira Kyles

Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) President, Ronald Mason, and his visitation team, hosted a reaccreditation presentation to share the team’s impressions of Morgan State University.

Every 10 years, the MSCHE, a team of eight members, visits Morgan to find ways to help the campus progress. The presentation was held at the Martin D. Jenkins Hall building Wednesday morning.

The official report to show that the University has been reaffirmed by Middle States Commission will be publicly shared on Morgan State University’s website shortly.

During the presentation Mason not only praised Morgan but offered some advice as well.

“The establishment is to be commended on its significant investment it has made and plans to make on its technological infrastructure,” said Mason. “The review team suggests to the university that they should fundraise for student scholarships.”

President David Wilson stated that the university is planning, in the next 10 years, to

being on the cusp of being the first Historically Black College or University (HBCU) that has a doctoral research program.

“The institution has come a long way in 10 years,” said Wilson. “There is still an ambitious vision for the institution and we will envision that together.”