Columbia College. Accreditation Forum panel Leslie buckalew , acting president John leamy , academic senate president Raelene Juarez, Past academic senate president Doralyn foletti , classified senate president Matt Christman , ASCC vice president March 15, 2013.
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Leslie buckalew, acting president
John leamy, academic senate president
Raelene Juarez, Past academic senate president
Doralyn foletti, classified senate president
Matt Christman, ASCC vice president
March 15, 2013
Accreditation is a proven method for assuring that a higher education institution has the ability to offer a quality education to the men and women who will lead their communities in the future, and to improve that quality over time.
By establishing high standards and then being externally evaluated against those standards, colleges and universities can provide a degree or certificate that students and the community can trust.
Warning: Sanction when ACCJC finds that an institution has pursued a course deviation from the Commission’s Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, or Commission policies.
Probation: Sanction when ACCJC finds that an institution deviates significantly form the Commission’s Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, or Commission policies or fails to respond to conditions imposed upon it by the Commission, including a warning.
Show Cause: Sanction when the ACCJC finds an institution to be in substantial non-compliance with its Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, or Commission policies, or when the institution has not responded to the conditions imposed by the Commission.
Terminate Accreditation: If, in the judgment of the Commission, an institution has not satisfactorily explained or corrected matters of which it has been given notice, or has taken an action that has placed it significantly out of compliance with the Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, and Commission policies, its accreditation may be terminated.
COLLEGE RECOMMENDATION 1
Chris Vitelli, Dean of CTE
Kathy Sullivan, Faculty
Micha Miller, Faculty
Craig Johnston, Faculty
Dave Chesnut, Classified
Brandon Moore, Student
COLLEGE RECOMMENDATION 2
Gary Whitfield, Vice President of College & Administrative Services
Raelene Juarez, Faculty
Wendy Griffiths-Bender, Faculty
Tom Johnson, Faculty
Nancy Bull, Classified
Aiko Gonzales, Student
In order to meet the standard, the team recommends that the institution complete the development and assessment of student learning outcomes for all courses and programs and develop and assess learning outcomes in administrative services, student services, as well as the Library and Learning Support Services and use the results for improvement of student learning and institutional effectiveness (Standards I.B.3, I.B.7)
In order to fully meet the standard, the team recommends the institution continue to assess the evaluation mechanisms through a systematic review of their effectiveness in improving instructional programs, student support services, the library and other learning support services (Standards I.B.6; IV.A.5)
In order to fully meet the standard, the teams recommend that the District and the colleges review institutional missions and their array of course offerings and programsin light of their current budgets (Standards III.D, III.D.1, ER 17)
The team recommends the District and Board of Trustees develop policies on the delegation of authority to the college president (Standards IV. A.2.a, IV.B.3.e)
The purpose of this session is to revisit the District Mission Statement.
Depart – Columbia College @ 8:00 a.m.
Arrive – MJC @ 9:30 a.m.
Depart – MJC@ 1:30 p.m.
Return – Columbia College @ 3:00 p.m.
This presentation will be posted under Accreditation via Columbia College’s website