2020-21 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report
Accreditation throughout higher education in the United States is grounded in peer review. At Berkeley City College, accreditation is a process by which the entire college community engages in self-reflection, external review, and continuous improvement. At Berkeley City College, accreditation is an ongoing process whereby the college evaluates itself against professional standards and its own mission, vision, and values (MVV). It also considers the integrity and effectiveness of institutional processes and resource utilization, all of which are in the service of student learning and achievement. External accreditors offer assurance to students and the public that Berkeley City College meets high standards of institutional effectiveness and educational quality.
The Institutional Self-Evaluation Report (ISER) is an important document in the accreditation process and provides a comprehensive overview of the institution, compliance with accreditation standards and relevant regulations, and improvement plans. The ISER is submitted to ACCJC in advance of an accreditation site visit.
2021 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report (ISER)
Berkeley City College 2021 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report