The Commission on Accrediting maintains an institutionally based database on member schools that functions for in-house administrative use as well as public information.
Reports using these data include:
All data reported to the Commission that are NOT currently reported in the Annual Data Tables, in the Membership List, or in the school's own catalog are considered confidential and are not given or reported in any manner that would jeopardize this confidentiality.
ATS member address lists are available to ATS member schools and Affiliates with the names of the institutions' chief executive officers or chief academic officers. Custom lists for specific administrative officers or faculty members can also be requested. Availability and pricing for custom lists is determined on a case-by-case basis. Mailing address lists will be emailed in a Microsoft Excel file. For further information, please email Mary Boyle.
412-788-6505, ext. 232
Chris A. Meinzer, senior director and COO for The Association of Theological Schools (ATS), is a CPA with more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. Since joining the ATS staff in 1999, he has provided oversight of ATS financial and business affairs as well as the ATS institutional database—a repository of institutional, enrollment, personnel, financial, and development data provided by ATS members. Meinzer has done extensive analysis and research of this data and presented his findings in a variety of settings to administrators and boards of theological schools.
In addition, he has provided counsel to ATS member schools on issues of finances, organizational planning, and strategic thinking. Through discussions with theological schools and their leadership, Meinzer has encouraged reflection on intergenerational stewardship and its impact on both academics and economics within these schools. He has designed and implemented a revision of the ATS Strategic Information Report, a useful strategic tool that provides ATS member schools with peer and industry data on a variety of market fundamentals.
Meinzer holds an accounting degree from The Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Divinity degree from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.