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LCME Accreditation

Reaccreditation: Moving our mission and vision forward

In June 2020, the Texas A&M College of Medicine was reaccredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) for eight years, with the next site visit scheduled for the 2027–28 academic year.

Ongoing accreditation from the LCME, the national accrediting body for educational programs leading to the MD degree in the United States and Canada, is essential to our medical school and the university. Obtaining LCME accreditation ensures that medical education programs are in compliance with defined standards. The accreditation process has two general purposes: to promote institutional self-evaluation and improvement, and to determine whether a medical education program meets prescribed standards.