Laney College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.
Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges
June 2021 Action Letter from ACCJC: Action_Letter_Laney_College_2021
Special Site Visit Team Report: Laney_SpecialSiteVisitTeamReport_2020_Final
Peer Review Report: Laney_PeerReviewTeamReport_2021_FINAL
2021 ACCREDITATION DOCUMENTS
2020 ACCREDITATION DOCUMENTS
This is Laney College’s deep, thorough report on the students and community we serve, the processes and resources we utilize, and how well we meet the standards of competency and excellence required for accreditation. Those standards are defined by educators from colleges throughout the western United States. The ‘ISER’ provides the basis for the accreditation commission (ACCJC) as it conducts a full review the College’s accreditation status.
(Previous years’ documents and files can be found in the Archive.)
THIRD PARTY COMMENTS
Individuals who wish to make comments on the institutions that are undergoing review in the current semester and that are being considered by the Commission at its next meeting, should use the Third Party Comments Form (https://accjc.org/forms/third-party-comments/) and be sure to include their name, address, phone number, and email address. The comments must be received five weeks before the scheduled peer review team visit. (Five weeks prior to the March 1-4 visit is Jan. 25th.)
Students and members of the public who desire to file a formal complaint to the Commission about one of its member institutions should become familiar with the requirements for doing so prior to contacting the Commission. The following is a link to the Commission’s Policy on Student and Public Complaints Against Institutions along with the appropriate forms. This information will assist the user in understanding the issues the Commission can and cannot address through its complaint process. Complaints may be submitted at accjc.org/complaint-process/.