At its May 3 meeting in Phoenix, the Accrediting Council made decisions on 18 programs. Actions are as follows. For a complete report of the Council meeting, click here.
-- East Tennessee State University Department of Communication.
(Noncompliant in standards 1, 3 and 9. Can reapply for accreditation in two years.)
-- Abilene Christian University Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (Noncompliant in Standard 3)
-- Shippensburg University Department of Communication and Journalism (Removed from provisional.)
-- Qatar University Department of Mass Communication
(Noncompliant in Standard 6)
-- University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo Department of Tele-Radial Communication
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
-- Norfolk State University Department of Mass Communications and Journalism (Removed from provisional.)
-- Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
(Noncompliant in Standard 9)
-- Pennsylvania State University College of Communications
-- Savannah State University Department of Mass Communications (Noncompliant in Standard 1)
Southeast Missouri State University Department of Mass Media (Removed from provisional, noncompliance in Standard 9)
-- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Media
-- University of Memphis Department of Journalism
-- University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication
-- University of Iowa School of Journalism and Mass Communication (Removed from provisional, noncompliance in Standard 9)
-- University of Colorado Journalism and Mass Communication program. Graduate and undergraduate. (Removed from provisional.)
-- Washington and Lee University Department of Journalism and Mass Communications
-- St. Cloud State University Department of Mass Communications. (Removed from provisional.)
-- University of South Florida School of Mass Communications
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