SCC Reports to ACCJC

As SCC is an associate degree granting institution in California, we are accredited by The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) under the corporate entity of Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

SCC must meet ACCJC’s Eligibility Requirements in order to apply for eligibility status with ACCJC. The Accreditation Standards require that institutions engage in an ongoing effort to improve their programs and services. Every 6 years a full accreditation report is submitted to ACCJC. The main Accreditation page for the College contains these reports and related material.

The Commission, through its substantive change process, ensures that institutions continue to meet accreditation standards. The substantive change process requires evidence of institutional planning, resource commitment to the proposed change, and evidence that the institution’s condition following the change continues to meet accreditation standards, eligibility requirements and Commission policies. Below you will find a link to recent Substantive Change Reports.

SCC submits annual reports to ACCJC that include information on a variety of subjects including Distance Education and Student Learning Outcomes. Below you will find a link to recent Annual Reports.