Minerva Plaza on the campus of SUNY Potsdam. Christopher Lenney/Watertown Daily Times

POTSDAM — An organization that accredits colleges has placed SUNY Potsdam in non-compliance warning status.

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education, which first accredited the school in 1952, describes itself as “a Title IV gatekeeper” and “link to federal programs, and institutions access Title IV through MSCHE accreditation.” The commission evaluates based on U.S. Department of Education criteria, its website says.

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