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Accreditation 2004

Santa Monica College Accreditation Midterm Report Acceptance Letter—June 29, 2007
The Accrediting Commission accepted Santa Monica College's midterm report and commended the College for the clarity of the report, the work done to address the recommendations of the 2004 visiting team, and for developing the Student Learning Outcomes Task Force Handbooks, Year One and Year Two.
(Total of 1 page)

Santa Monica College Accreditation Midterm Report—March 22, 2007
The Accrediting Commission requires that all institutions submit a midterm report. This report summarizes Santa Monica College's progress in responding to the recommendations of the 2004 Accreditation Visiting Team and to the planning issues identified by the College in preparing the 2004 Institutional Self-Study for Reaffirmation of Accreditation.
(Total of 42 pages)

Santa Monica College Accreditation Progress Report—Visiting Team Evaluation Report
This report represents the findings of the progress report evaluation team that visited Santa Monica College on April 20, 2005. Based upon this evaluation, the Santa Monica College Accreditation Progress Report was accepted by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges at its June 2005 meeting.
(Total of 7 pages)

Santa Monica College Accreditation Progress Report—March 25, 2005
At the request of the Accrediting Commission, Santa Monica College submitted this Progress Report as a summary of institutional progress made in response to four of the recommendations of the 2004 Accreditation Visiting Team.
(Total of 18 pages)

Santa Monica College Accreditation 2004—Visiting Team Evaluation Report
This report represents the findings of the evaluation team that visited Santa Monica College from March 23 through March 25, 2004.
(Total of 53 pages)

Santa Monica College Institutional Self-Study for Reaffirmation of Accreditation—2004:

Self-Study Introduction
This section includes the Administrative Organization Charts, Table of Contents, SMC Vision/Mission/Goals, SMC History, Self-Study Organization, Self-Study Timeline, Self-Study Participants, Self-Study Abstract, Certification of Continued Compliance with Eligibility Requirements, Self-Study Certification, and SMC Demographic Data.
(Total of 50 pages)

Standard I: Institutional Mission and Effectiveness
This section includes Mission and Improving Institutional Effectiveness.
(Total of 27 pages)

Standard II: Student Learning Programs and Services
This section includes Instructional Programs, Student Support Services, and Library and Learning Support Services.
(Total of 86 pages)

Standard III: Resources
This section includes Human Resources, Physical Resources, Technology Resources, and Financial Resources.
(Total of 82 pages)

Standard IV: Leadership and Governance
This section includes Decision-Making Roles and Processes and Board and Administrative Organization.
(Total of 35 pages)

Self-Study Plan Summary
(Total of 16 pages)

Responses to the Recommendations of the 1998 Accreditation Visiting Team
(Total of 6 pages)

Statistical Support
(Total of 31 pages)