The regional accrediting agency for the mid-Atlantic states last month placed on probation 10 of the University of Puerto Rico's 11 campuses, a private independent college in Maryland, and a for-profit institution in the District of Columbia. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education cited the Puerto Rico university because of concerns about the impact of the longstanding student strike (recently settled) on the campuses' ability to meet the agency's standards on governance and the appropriate length of educational offerings. The accreditor cited Baltimore International College for shortcomings related to the faculty role in governance, the size and independence of its governing board, and assessment of student learning at the institution. And Potomac College faces probation for lacking an adequate strategic plan and insufficient goals and use of data related to student learning. In other actions, Middle States continued the probation of the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico, placed seven institutions on warning status, including the National Labor College, and removed Rockland Community College, in New York, from warning status.