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Eligibility RequirementsWASC Letter 6/29/2006*WASC Letter 6/30/2007*WASC Letter 6/30/2009*W = warned in letter WASC Letter 6/30/2010**ACCJC Accreditation Decision Letter 7/2/2012CCSF Response to ACCJC Accreditation Decision Letter 7/03/2012ACCJC letter acknowleding receipt of special report - 10/15/12(Come back to this) CCSF Special Report to ACCJC 10/15/2012*ACCJC Show Cause Evaluation Report - 7/13/13 *AACJC Decision Letter - 7/3/13the extra deficiencies*FCMAT 7/26/13*Amended Eligibility Report – 7/30/14*Action Letter from ACCJC - January 14, 2015*2014 Institutional Self Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)*VTR January 2015
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1. AuthorityYesYesYes
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2. MissionYesYesYes
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3. Governing BoardYesYesYes
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4. Chief Executive OfficerYesYesYes
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5. Administrative CapacityNoNoNoYesYesYes
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6. Operational StatusYesYesYes
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7. DegreesYesYesYes
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8. Education ProgramsYesYesYes
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9. Academic CreditYesYesYes
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10. Student LearningYesYesYes
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11. General EducationYesYesYes
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12. Academic FreedomYesYesYes
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13. FacultyYesYesYes
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14. Student ServicesYesYesYes
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15. AdmissionsYesYesYes
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16. Information and Learning ResourcesYesYesYes
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17. Financial ResourceswNoNoNoYesYesYes
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18. Financial AccountabilityNoNoNoYesYesYes
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19. Institutional Planning and EvaluationYesYesYes
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20. Integrity in Communication with the PublicYesYesYes
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21. Integrity in Relations with Accrediting CommissionNoNoNoYesYesYes
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Standard I: Instutitional Mission and EffectivenessSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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The institution uses analyses of quantitative and qualitative data to verify and improve the effectiveness by which the mission is accomplishedPartialNo mention
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I.A. MissionSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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The institution has a statement of mission that defines the institution's broad educational purposes, its intended student population, and its commitment to achieving student learning.NoYesYes
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I.A.1. YesYesYes
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I.A.2. YesYesYes
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I.A.3. NoYesNoXYesYes
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I.A.4. YesYesYes
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I.B. Improving Institutional EffectivenessnoNoSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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The institution demonstrates a conscious effort to produce and support student learning, measures that learning, assesses how well learning is occurring, and makes changes to improve student learning. The institution also organizes its key processes and allocates its resources to effectively support student learning. The institution demonstrates its effectiveness by providing 1) evidence of the achievement of student learning outcomes and 2) evidence of institution and program performance. The institution uses ongoing and systematic evaluation and planning to refine its key processes and improve student learning.NoPartialNo
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I.B.1. nonowNoYesNoXYesYes
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I.B.2. NoYesNoXYesYes
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I.B.3. YesNoXNoYesNo
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I.B.4. NoNoNoPartialYes
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I.B.5. NoYesYesYes
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I.B.6. NoYesYesYes
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I.B.7. YesYesYes
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Standard II: Student Learning Programs and ServicesnoSelf Evaluation FindingTeam Finding
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The institution offers high-quality instructional programs, student support services, and library and learning support services that facilitate and demonstrate the achievement of stated student learning outcomes. The institution provides an environment that supports learning, enhances student understanding and appreciation of diversity, and encourages personal and civic responsibility as well as intellectual, aesthetic, and personal development for all of its students.PartialNo mention
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II.A. Instructional ProgramsnoSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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The institution offers high-quality instructional programs in recognized and emerging fields of study that culminate in identified student outcomes leading to degrees, certificates, employment, or transfer to other higher education institutions or programs consistent with its mission. Instructional programs are systematically assessed in order to assure currency, improve teaching and learning strategies, and achieve stated student learning outcomes. The provisions of this standard are broadly applicable to all instructional activities offered in the name of the institution.PartialNo mention
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II.A.1. NoNoNoYesYes
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II.A.1.a. The institution identifies and seeks to meet the varied educational needs of its students through programs consistent with their educational preparation and the diversity, demographics, and economy of its communities. The institution relies upon research and analysis to identify student learning needs and to assess progress toward achieving stated learning outcomes.NoYesYes
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II.A.1.b. YesYes
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II.A.1.c. nonoNoYesYes
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II.A..2. nonowNoNoNoYesNo
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II.A.2.a. NoYesYes
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II.A.2.b. NoNoYesNo
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II.A.2.c. NoNoYesNo
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II.A.2.d. YesYes
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II.A.2.e. wNoYesNo
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II.A.2.f. wNoYesYes
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II.A.2.g. NoPartialYes
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II.A.2.h. NoNoPartialNo
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II.A.2.i. NoYesYes
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II.A.3. nonoNoYes YesYes
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II.A.3.a. YesYes
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II.A.3.b. NoYesNo
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II.A.3.c. NoYesNo
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II.A.4. YesYesYes
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II.A.5. YesNoPartialNo
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II.A.6. nonoNoYesNoXNoYesNo
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II.A.6.a. NoYesYes
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II.A.6.b. NoYesNo
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II.A.6.c. NoYesNo
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II.A.7. YesYesYes
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II.A.7.a. YesYes
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II.A.7.b. YesYes
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II.A.7.c. YesYes
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II.A.8. YesYes
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II.B. Student Support ServicesnoNoSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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The institution recruits and admits diverse students who are able to benefit from its programs, consistent with its mission. Student support services address the identified needs of students and enhance a supportive learning environment. The entire student pathway through the institutional experience is characterized by a concern for student access, progress, learning, and success. The institution systematically assesses student support services using student learning outcomes, faculty and staff input, and other appropriate measures in order to improve the effectiveness of these services.PartialNo
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II.B.1. NoNoNoNoPartialNo
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II.B.2. YesNoYesNo
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II.B.2.a. YesYes
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II.B.2.b. YesYes
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II.B.2.c. YesYes
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II.B.2.d. YesYes
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II.B.3. NoNoNoNoPartialNo
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II.B.3.a. NoNoPartialNo
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II.B.3.b. YesYes
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II.B.3.c. NoNoPNo
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II.B.3.d. NoYesYes
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II.B.3.e. NoYesYes
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II.B.3.f. NoNoPNo
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II.B.4. wNoYesNoXNoYesNo
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II.C. Library and Learning Support ServicesnoNoSelf Evaluation (SE) Finding (Partial = No)Team Finding
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Library and other learning support services for students are sufficient to support the institution's instructional programs and intellectual, aesthetic, and cultural activities in whatever format and wherever they are offered. Such services include library services and collections, tutoring, learning centers, computer laboratories, and learning technology development and training. The institution provides access and training to students so that library and other learning support services may be used effectively and efficiently. The institution systematically assesses these services using student learning outcomes, faculty input, and other appropriate measures in order to improve the effectiveness of the servicesYesNo
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II.C.1. NoNoYesNo
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II.C.1.a. YesYes
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II.C.1.b. YesYes
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