|OPEN MEETINGS:||LUNCH WITH UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS|
|(RSVP to email@example.com)|
|11:30 - 1:00 PM Heritage Room, Maxwell Library|
|ADMINISTRATORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF|
|2:00 - 3:15 PM in Moakley Auditorium Room 100|
|FACULTY AND LIBRARIANS|
|3:30 - 4:45 PM in Moakley Auditorium Room 100|
|OPEN MEETING:||ALL INVITED TO SITE-TEAM EXIT REPORT|
|10:00 - 11:30 AM Heritage Room, Maxwell Library|
This website serves as the source of supporting documentation for Bridgewater State University's Accreditation Self-Study Report (2012). The site aims to fulfill several purposes: (1) provide easy access for the NEASC site team members in anticipation of their visit October 21 - 24, 2012; (2) provide an opportunity for public comment; and (3) permit those who are not site-team members to access the supporting documentation for BSU's NEASC Self-Study. Please follow the instructions below that pertain to you.
The navigational tabs along the left side of this page under "Document Room" will connect you to the documents and websites that provide supporting material for each of the self-study report narratives, as well as a range of syllabi required under new federal regulations. You may also access supporting documents by clicking on the hyperlink in the report or going to the reference listing in the electronic document we provided to you in early September. A copy of that report also appears under the first navigational bar to the left.
If you have any problems accessing the documents or need access to documents not listed here or in the reference section of the report, please contact BSU's Self-Study Co-Chairs - Drs. Michael Young (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Wendy Haynes (email@example.com). They will be happy to assist you.
We have also made arrangements in your campus and hotel workrooms for you to print any documents you need. If you require paper copies of any documents in advance of the site visit, please contact the Co-Chairs and they will make appropriate arrangements.
BSU's Self-Study Report appears under the first tab on the left. Click the second tab on the left for a list of the site-visit team members and their institutional affiliation. Under "Opportunity for Public Comment" (third tab on the left), you will find a description of the process for submitting comments to the accrediting body concerning the quality of Bridgewater State University as an institution. We have included a set of "Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)" in the fourth tab on the left. We encourage you to review that document if you have questions about BSU's accreditation process under standards and processes set forth by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). NEASC standards appear under the fifth major tab on the left. Supporting documentation for each of the standards appears under the sixth major tab, organized by the eleven NEASC standards.
Please contact Dr. Michael Young, Self-Study Co-Chair, if you have questions. We thank you for your interest in this very important undertaking.
Last Modified: October 19, 2012