Planning and Accreditation
 
 
"Accreditation is the process for evaluating and assuring the quality of education used by the American higher education community. It is a uniquely American quality assurance process through which institutions collectively set standards for good practice, conduct peer-based evaluations of institutions on a regular basis, confer accredited status on institutions, and make the results of accreditation review of institutions known to the public." - ACCJC
 
  
Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC)
 

The nine LACCD colleges participate in a comprehensive accreditation "Self Study" every six years.  During this process, teams of college faculty, administrators, support staff, and students work together to assess the effectiveness of current institutional efforts and to make plans to improve college performance.  They are guided in this process by standards of good practice established by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, an arm of the Western Associate of Schools and Colleges.

District Review Cycle
District Integrated Planning and Improvement Cycle (update)
 

District Responses for Accreditation Self-Evaluation Report 2016

District-Level Responses to Standard III Sections for 2016 Self-Evaluation report - FINAL

District-Level Responses to Standard IV.C Sections for 2016 Self-Evaluation report - FINAL

District-Level Responses to Standard IV.D Sections for 2016 Self-Evaluation report - FINAL

LACCD Self-Evaluation Evidence Database worksheet as of 12-11-2015

 

 

 

 Response for Self-Evaluation Report

 
  
  
  
  
BoardRulesOnline_2_26_2015.pdf
  
10/12/2015 10:12 AMSystem Account
BR_2100_2902.pdf
  
10/12/2015 10:12 AMSystem Account
BR_21000_21010.pdf
  
10/12/2015 10:12 AMSystem Account