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Educational Effectiveness Review - Report

Overview

UC San Diego is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The campus is periodically reviewed to insure that the educational standards as set forth by WASC continue to be met. Reaffirmation of accreditation is a multi-year, self-study process that formally engages the campus in institution-wide reflection on educational capacity and performance. It is a rigorous examination of how institutional resources, structures, and processes are aligned with scholastic outcomes.

Three accreditation committees: the Executive Steering Committee, the Senate-Administration Advisory Committee, and the Institutional Research Coordination Committee, lead and coordinate campus accreditation activities and solicit input from the broader campus community. Faculty, staff, and students who serve on these committees work together under the guidance of UC San Diego's accreditation liaison officer, Associate Vice Chancellor Barbara A. Sawrey, to compile and prepare requisite accreditation documents. The current reaffirmation cycle consists of three major phases and began in 2004 and will be completed in late 2009.

WASC, the Campus Community, and the public are invited to browse the website, and particularly to visit the
UC San Diego Accountability Profile and Campus Portrait.

Institutional Proposal

(accepted 17 October 2005)

Capacity and Preparatory Review 

(report submitted 3 January 2008, site visit 12-14 March 2008)

Educational Effectiveness Review

(report due 22 June 2009, site visit 14-16 October 2009)

  • (in preparation)

Institutional Portfolio

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