MSA (Middle States Association) Accreditation by MSA
MSA Website : https://www.msa-cess.org/
How to check if MICA is accredited - Access to https://www.msa-cess.org/school-profile/?oId=0065e00000B8Teq&typ=school-profile - Find 'MICA International Scholars' and click
Ai (Accreditation International)
Ai (Accreditation International) Accreditation by Ai
Ai Website : http://www.aiaccredits.org
How to check if MICA is accredited - Access to http://accreditationinternational.org/ai-schools/ - Type in 'MICA International Scholars for 'Institution Name' and click 'Search Now' - Find 'MICA International Scholars' and click
NCPSA (National Council for Private School Association) Accreditation by Ai
NCPSA Website : http://www.ncpsaschools.org/index.php
How to check if MICA is accredited - Access to http://www.ncpsaschools.org/index.php - Type in 'MICA International Scholars for 'Institution Name' and click 'Search Now' - Find 'MICA International Scholars' and click
MICA CEEB Code: 682059
MICA is a registered international educational institution on College Board
College Board Website : https://collegeboard.org
How to check if MICA is accredited - Access to https://satsuite.collegeboard.org/k12-educators/tools-resources/k12-school-code-search - Type in ‘MICA International Scholars for Search by School Name or Code’ and click ‘Submit’
- 1What is a CEEB Code?
- CEEB codes are identification numbers for specific locations and organizations. They were created by the College Board (CEEB simply stands for college Entrance Examination Board, i.e. the College Board) to prevent confusion and ensure things like test scores, transcripts, and applications go to the right places. For example, including a CEEB code on a score report meant for Columbia University helps to make sure that it doesn’t go to Columbia College instead. Thought the original use of CEEB codes was to send SAT scores, their uses have expanded and there ar now codes for colleges, high schools, countries, majors, scholarships and test centers.
- 2Who Uses CEEB Codes?
The primary proponent of CEEB codes is obciously the College Board, but most schools and organizations involved in heigher education in the United States use them for one purpose or another.
Practically speaking, you’ll need them to identify recipients when sending SAT score reports, high school transcripts, and other documents. Don't worry too much about this, since most online applications and forms allow you to look up schools by name and then automatically fill in the correct code.
- 3How Are CEEB Codes Different from SAT Codes and ACT Codes?
CEEB codes and SAT codes are different names for the same thing. The two are identical and are used interchangeably, so don't panic if someone mentions SAT codes.
However, ACT, Inc. has its own set of school and scholarship codes, completely independent of the CEEB ones. They’re less widely accepted and are really only used to identify where you want to send ACT score reports.
- 4What Do CEEB Codes Mean for You?
Generally speaking, you shouldn't worry about CEEB codes. They're a simple administrative part of the overall college application
process. Howeber, there are four key points you might want to keep in mind:
- You'll definitely need CEEB codes to submit SAT scores and may need them to submit your high school transcripts. You'll a lso use them to identify which majors you're interested in.
- Most applications and forms, including the SAT registration and the Common App, have a built-in search function that allows you to find the school by name and then autofills the code
- if you need to find a specific CEEB code, you can use the Code Search page on the College Board`s website.
- if you`re looking to send ACT scores as well, you`ll need to use different codes.