Irvine Valley College has been notified by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges's Western Association of Schools and Colleges that it has met accreditation standards.
"Based on the College Midterm Report and the documentation submitted, the College has met the Accreditation Standards associated with College Recommendations 1-6 and District Recommendations 1-6," the letter from the ACCJC/WASC noted.
The college's next comprehensive accreditation visit is slated for October 2016. Accreditation, which is an indicator of a quality institution, is necessary in order for students to transfer their credits to other schools, and for IVC to receive public funding.
"I would like to thank everyone who participated in the development of the midterm report and took the critical steps to meet, or exceed, the accreditation standards," IVC President Glenn Roquemore said.
To view the letter, click here.
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