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Read about our accreditation progress

Vice Dean Ken Roberts shows the timeline for WSU's medical school accreditation at a public meeting in Everett in October 2015.

The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is working to secure national accreditation for WSU’s new medical school. In the photo above, Vice Dean Ken Roberts explains the timetable to a group of community leaders in Everett, where one of the new school’s clinical campuses will be located.

If you’re interested in learning more about the college’s progress toward accreditation, you can see an updated timeline, read more about the standards the school must … » More …

Accreditation moves to next phase

WSU College of Medicine Acting Dean Ken Roberts speaks at the first of the four WSU College of Medicine self study sessions.

The accreditation process for the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is moving to the next phase.

College staff and administrators are finishing the first draft of the massive document they must submit to the accrediting agency (the Liaison Committee on Medical Education). That document addresses questions such as future funding and spending for the medical school, the curriculum that will be taught to students and the infrastructure in place to support them. » More …