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Pima Community College got word today that it will most likely have its probation lifted, based on a report by the Higher Learning Commission.
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Pima Community College today reached a milestone as it requests continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, sending its accreditor a document detailing the efforts the College has made to comply with HLC standards since being placed on probation in April 2013.
Pima Community College has reached a milestone as it seeks reaffirmation of accreditation with online publication of an initial draft of its Institutional Self-Study Report.
Pima Community College is seeking comments from the public about PCC in preparation for its evaluation by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), PCC’s accrediting organization.
Pima Community College has created an Office of Dispute Resolution to address complaints and grievances from students, PCC employees and the community, Chancellor Lee D. Lambert announced at last night’s PCC Governing Board meeting.
An evaluation team from the Higher Learning Commission will visit Pima Community College Monday, Sept. 15 to Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 as part of the effort to reaffirm PCC’s accreditation.
Pima Community College is well on its way to successfully emerging from probation, College leaders said last week in detailing the steps PCC will take to improve programs and services to students and the community.
Interim Executive Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness Dr. Zelema Harris will provide leadership of the Provost’s Office while Pima Community College searches for an Interim Provost and EVC for Academic Services to replace Dr. Jerry Migler.
Pima Community College will hold campus forums to provide updates on the progress PCC has made as it emerges from probation, and to answer questions.
Pima Community College is in the critical phase of its process to successfully emerge from probation, analysis and evaluation of PCC operations, PCC’s chief academic officer told the Governing Board on Sept. 18.
Pima Community College has reached a milestone as it2 works to emerge from probation when its accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission, approved the College’s 73-page plan to improve its operations in two key areas.
Pima Community College today reached a milestone as it works to emerge from probation, sending its accreditor a 73-page plan outlining dozens of ways the College can improve its operations in two key areas.
Pima Community College is inviting the public to share insights about a report that represents a milestone for PCC as it emerges from probation.
Members of the public have an opportunity to help address one of the most important challenges facing Pima Community College: probation.
Pima Community College’s chief academic officer last night outlined aggressive short- and long-term plans to lift the probation sanction imposed last month by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Pima Community College Governing Board will hold a Special Meeting at 3 p.m. on Friday, May 3, to receive information from the College’s Higher Learning Commission liaison and from an education consultant.
Pima Community College has been placed on probation by its accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.
Pima Community College has officially responded to a letter from Higher Learning Commission President Sylvia Manning – a letter that called for the college to be placed on probation for failure to adhere to the HLC Criteria for Accreditation.
In a letter sent last week to the Higher Learning Commission, the staff of Pima Community College is promising to address concerns brought forward by the Commission during an investigation that examined the school’s compliance with Criteria for Accreditation.