Accrediting commission validates LTCC
The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges reported yesterday that the Lake Tahoe Community College has addressed the recommendations from October 2012 in the accreditation Follow-Up Report.
The ACCJC required LTCC to resolve five recommendations following the last college self-survey, which was completed in October 2011.
“I’m ecstatic,” said Kindred Murillo, LTCC superintendent/president. “Now that all of the recommendations have been addressed, we can return to a normal evaluation cycle and focus our resources on serving students and our community.”
Accreditation visits are required every six years, and each of the 112 California community colleges must address and recommendations from these visits within two years. Colleges are required to complete a mid-term report, which will be due in October 2014.
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