Statement of Accreditation Status
The Master's College and Seminary
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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.
|Accreditation Liaison Officer||John Hughes||Vice President for Institutional Planning & Research||jhughes [at] masters.edu|
|Board Chair||James Rickard||Chairman||jim [at] ssfoundation.net|
|Chief Academic Officer||John Stead||Vice President for Academic Affairs||jstead [at] masters.edu|
|Chief Executive Officer||John MacArthur||President||jmacarthur [at] masters.edu|
|Chief Financial Officer||Jason Hartung||Chief Financial Officer||jhartung [at] masters.edu|
|Director of Institutional Research||John Walter||Director for Institutional Research & Assessment||jwalter [at] masters.edu|
The last date that a change was recorded by WSCUC to the institutions accreditation status, key personnel, degrees, locations or other contact information.