2020-21 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report
Accreditation is a system of voluntary, non-governmental, self-regulation and peer review unique to American educational institutions. It is a system by which an institution evaluates itself in accordance with standards of good practice regarding mission, goals, and objectives; the appropriateness, sufficiency, and utilization of resources; the usefulness, integrity, and effectiveness of its processes; and the extent to which it is achieving its intended student achievement and student learning outcomes, at levels generally acceptable for higher education. It is a process by which accreditors provide students, the public, and each other with assurances of institutional integrity and effectiveness and educational quality.
The Institutional Self-Evaluation Report is the mechanism by which an institution reports to its peers and is evaluated for accreditation.
2021 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report (ISER)
Berkeley City College 2021 Institutional Self-Evaluation Report
Part A. Introduction
Part B. Presentation of Student Achievement Data and Institution-set Standards
Part C. Organization of the Self-Evaluation Process
Part D. Organizational Information
Part E. Certification of Continued Institutional Compliance with Eligibility Requirements
Part F. Certification of Continued Institutional Compliance with Commission Policies and Federal Regulations
Part G. Standards – Structure of the Institutional Analysis of Standards (see below)
Standard I: Mission, Academic Quality and Institutional Effectiveness, and Integrity
Standard II: Student Learning Programs and Support Services
Standard III: Resources
Standard IV: Leadership and Governance