Middlebury’s most recent comprehensive evaluation for reaccreditation by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) was in 2019.
Provost Jeff Cason and Associate Provost for Planning LeRoy Graham co-chaired the Reaccreditation Steering Committee that oversaw this process.
The visiting team’s report, Middlebury’s response to that report, and NECHE’s final determination will be completed and posted on this site by the end of the 2019-20 academic year.
A significant part of the evaluation includes writing a self-study, a 100-page document that covers the standards for accreditation as defined by NECHE. LeRoy Graham and Adela Langrock drafted this document with input from the Steering Committee and individuals and groups from across the institution.
Accreditation Visiting Team
NECHE appointed a review team made up of eight professionals from colleges and universities who have a broad range of knowledge and expertise. This team was responsible for carrying out the review and writing a report that is submitted to NECHE. Members of the review team visited Middlebury’s Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English, the Institute, the School Abroad in Jordan and the College for a series of meetings with staff, faculty, and students.
Dr. Ronald Crutcher, President of the University of Richmond, served as the chair of the review team.
- Ronald Crutcher, President, University of Richmond
- Eric Estes, Vice President for Campus Life, Brown University
- Aly Kassam-Remtulla, Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations (Acting), Princeton
- Marla Kohlman, Professor of Sociology, Kenyon College
- Roberta Micallef, Professor of the Practice in Middle Eastern Literatures, Head of Turkish Language Program
- Fred Rogers, Vice President and Treasurer, Carleton College
- Paula Russo, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Trinity College
- Andrew Shennan, Provost and Lia Gelin Poorvu ’56 Dean of the College, Wellesley College
Accreditation is an ongoing process with a comprehensive evaluation due every 10 years. See previous self-studies and interim reports.