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  1. Accreditation update fall 2009

  2. Definition Regional accreditation is a voluntary non-governmental process of quality assurance and purposeful improvement through self reflection and peer review based on institutional mission, accepted standards, and public expectations.

  3. Expectations The accreditation process requires institutions to examine their own goals, operations and achievements in a self-study process.

  4. Mission & Goals Planning and Effectiveness Mission & Goals Planning and Effectiveness Institutional Integrity Institutional Integrity Educational Program & its Effectiveness Educational Program & its Effectiveness Institutional Mission Institutional Mission Physical Resources Physical Resources Students Students Finance Finance Faculty Faculty Governance & Administration Governance & Administration Library & Information Resources Library & Information Resources

  5. Fall 2008 • Kick-off: Ron Baker, NWCCU • All Staff: Standards Visioning

  6. Year of Inquiry Fall ‘08 Winter ‘09 Spring ‘09 Summer ‘09 If you could learn anything about Centralia College, what would that be? Who we are ? What we do? How we know? What comes to mind when you think about Centralia College in relation to the standards?

  7. Who’s Been Involved?

  8. Fall ’09:We Are HERE What have we learned? What now?

  9. Winter ’10: Drafting

  10. Spring ’10: Editing

  11. Summer ’10: Printing • Final report printed and sent to NWCCU for review • Work on logistics for fall ‘10 visit

  12. Fall ’10: Evidence Room • On-campus work area for visiting accreditation team • Virtual evidence room in “Insider”

  13. October ‘10: The Visit

  14. Accreditation Outcomes • Academic quality is enhanced • Achievements are documented • Accountability is demonstrated • Improvement is made based on assessment and evaluation

  15. Judith Aguilar, Patrick Allison, Ann Alves, Debbie Aust, Chris Bailey, Jamie Baker, Shelley Bannish, Darlene Bartlett, Rick Beaber, Linda Bond, Cindy Broadbent, Kathy Brooks, Mark Brosz, Pam Carl, Eudora Carlson, Debra Caviness, Mark Collins, Georganne Copeland, Paulette Crane, Jim Daniels, April Doolittle, Andrea Dulaney, Megan Eastman, Robert Erickson, John Fasler, Jake Fay, Wade Fisher, Lucretia Folks, Linda Foss, Jefte Frias, Margret Friedley, Don Frey, Liz Frey, Sue Gallaway, Bev Gestrine, Janelle Girt, Krista Goff, Peggy Goldberg, TR Gratz, Karen Grefe, Trina Griffis, Michael Grubiak, Dottie Guy, Kathy Guenther, Lesona Hartman, Dennis Hatch, Barret Havens, Penny Hinojosa, Barbara Hins-Turner, Mike Hoel, Suzanne Hostetter, Donna Huffman, Kristi Jewell, Randy Johnson, Dave Keaton, Nancy Keaton, Chuck Kelso, Brigitte Kidd, Kelly Kravitz, Dick Lamb, Cyndy Law, Jeneya Lawrence, Renee Lawson, Candy Lunke, Atara MacNamara, Cindy Mann, John Martens, Laura Martinez, Mary Ann Medlin, Patricia Meierdiercks, Joanie Meister, Sheryl Mercer, Marla Miller, Paul Mitchell, Bonnie Myer, Mary Myhre, Ruby Nagelkerke, Sandy Neal, Pat Nobach, Brenda Novarra, Vicki Oakerman, Barbara Oswald, Gloria Perkins, Bob Peters, Gloria Price, Pat Pringle, Cheri Raff, Eric Richardson, Connie Robertson, Stacey Savino, Fred Schwindt, Bret Shackelford, Deborah Shriver, Connie Smejkal, Margaret Snyder, Tammy Strodemier, Geina Studeman, Durelle Sullivan, Kerry Trethewey, Greg VanAlystyne, Carmen VanTuyl, Jim Vosper, Jim Walton, Steve Ward, Elaine Waterman, Susanne Weil, Lisa Welch, David White, Alicia Wicks, Linda Wilcox, Steve Wilcox, Angela Williams, Cheryl Williams, Lisa Wilson, Doris Wood, Laura Yocom, Thank You All

  16. Winter ‘11: Celebrate!