Task Time
AIE develops report preparation process & timeline and identifies a writing team April 2023
Present the process/timeline to CC, AS, CS, ASWVC as information April – May 2023
Prepare first draft of Midterm Report May – July 2023
Writing team solicits preliminary input from: SLAPEC Co-Chair | Academic Senate President | Classified Senate | Chancellor July – August 2023
AIE reviews and approves first complete draft of Midterm Report and presents it to all campus First meeting in Fall 2023
Writing Team seeks input from the draft Midterm Report September 2023
Second Midterm Report Draft presented for review and approval at: AIE Committee | Academic Senate | Classified Senate | College Council | Chancellor October 2023
Writing Team addresses the feedback received and completes final draft October – November 2023
Final draft presented: AIE Committee | College Council November – December 2023
Work with graphic designer to produce final version December – January 2024
Midterm Report presented to Board of Trustees with Mission College (1st read, 2nd read) January – February 2024
Submit completed report to ACCJC March 14, 2024
Accreditation Status

dafabet手机版’s accreditation was reaffirmed in January 2022.

General Information

dafabet手机版’s accreditation was reaffirmed in July of 2020.

dafabet手机版 is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.

dafabet手机版 maintains its accreditation by fulfilling criteria that are determined by the ACCJC. Throughout the continuous seven-year review cycle, the college conducts and publishes several review instruments, including an annual report, annual fiscal report, midterm report, comprehensive institutional self-study, and an evaluation review by a team of peers.

Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at

Comments may be submitted to ACCJC for review via email at

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Institutional Self Effectiveness Report (ISER)

Note: The ISER report contains links to documents that may not be fully compatible with assistive technologies. If you require assistance accessing the document, please contact the dafabet手机版 President's Office via email at wvc.presidents_officeFREEWEST_VALLEY


Accreditation Liaison Officers


Standard I: Mission, Academic Quality and Institutional Effectiveness, and Integrity

The institution demonstrates strong commitment to a mission that emphasizes student learning and student achievement. Using analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, the institution continuously and systematically evaluates, plans, implements, and improves the quality of its educational programs and services. The institution demonstrates integrity in all policies, actions, and communication. The administration, faculty, staff, and governing board members act honestly, ethically, and fairly in the performance of their duties.

Standard II: Student Learning Programs and Support Services

The institution offers instructional programs, library and learning support services, and student support services aligned with its mission. The institution’s programs are conducted at levels of quality and rigor appropriate for higher education. The institution assesses its educational quality through methods accepted in higher education, makes the results of its assessments available to the public, and uses the results to improve educational quality and institutional effectiveness. The institution defines and incorporates into all of its degree programs a substantial component of general education designed to ensure breadth of knowledge and to promote intellectual inquiry. The provisions of this standard are broadly applicable to all instructional programs and student and learning support services offered in the name of the institution.

Standard III: Resources

The institution effectively uses its human, physical, technology, and financial resources to achieve its mission and to improve academic quality and institutional effectiveness. Accredited colleges in multi-college systems may be organized so that responsibility for resources, allocation of resources, and planning rests with the district/system. In such cases, the district/system is responsible for meeting the Standards, and an evaluation of its performance is reflected in the accredited status of the institution(s).

Standard IV: Leadership and Governance

The institution recognizes and uses the contributions of leadership throughout the organization for promoting student success, sustaining academic quality, integrity, fiscal stability, and continuous improvement of the institution. Governance roles are defined in policy and are designed to facilitate decisions that support student learning programs and services and improve institutional effectiveness, while acknowledging the designated responsibilities of the governing board and the chief executive officer. Through established governance structures, processes, and practices, the governing board, administrators, faculty, staff, and students work together for the good of the institution. In multi-college districts or systems, the roles within the district/system are clearly delineated. The multi-college district or system has policies for allocation of resources to adequately support and sustain the colleges.

Last Updated 7/12/23