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ACCJC Announces that LAVC is Now Fully Reaccredited

Los Angeles Valley College has recently been removed from warning, and is now fully reaffirmed by the Accrediting Commission for Junior and Community Colleges (ACCJC). 

ACCJC Announces that LAVC is Now Fully Reaccredited

The Accrediting Commission for Junior and Community Colleges (ACCJC) announced on Tuesday, June 29 that Los Angeles Valley College has been removed from warning and it has fully reaffirmed the college’s accredited status. This action took place following the commission’s meeting on June 3-5, 2015.  The commission noted that the college had addressed its remaining recommendation from its last comprehensive report by establishing financial controls to “ensure long-term financial stability”. 

The ACCJC had placed the college on warning in June 2013, which required LAVC to address eight college and one Los Angeles Community College District recommendation. In Spring 2015, the college submitted a follow-up report, and had an accreditation visit where the visiting team submitted a report of its findings to the Commission. 

Accreditation is a voluntary peer review process that assists colleges to improve the quality of education and the effectiveness of its processes. LAVC will undergo its next comprehensive review by the ACCJC in Spring 2016.

For more information, visit the LAVC Accreditation Web site.

 




Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 7/8/2015 5:00:13 PM