Sacramento City College is an associate degree-granting institution in California. Since 1952, SCC has been accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) under the corporate entity of Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). In order to apply for eligibility status with ACCJC, the College must meet ACCJC’s Eligibility Requirements. Accreditation Standards require that institutions engage in an ongoing effort to improve their programs and services.
Every 7 years a Full Accreditation Report is submitted to ACCJC. Follow-up reports to the Accreditation Report are sometimes indicated. A Midterm Report is submitted in the third year after this comprehensive evaluation.
Additionally, SCC files an Annual Report with ACCJC each year and occasionally files Substantive Change Reports reflecting specific types of changes to college programs, modalities, and locations. SCC also informs ACCJC of any new or deleted programs.
Use the links in the yellow “Accreditation Year” menu to view specific-year Accreditation information, Comprehensive Reports and associated documents, or go to SCC’s main Accreditation page.