A team of reviewers with the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) will visit campus October 21 – 23. The reviewers are tasked with ensuring that that Cal Poly Pomona offers a high-quality education that serves both students and the public good.
The campus community is encouraged to participate in open forums for staff, faculty and students during the visit.
“Their visit is a key step in reaffirming Cal Poly Pomona’s accreditation, and we need you to help make it a success,” said Laura Massa, associate vice president for academic programs and accreditation liaison officer.
The campus community is encouraged to give the WSCUC team a warm welcome, show off Bronco pride by wearing Cal Poly Pomona gear and if you have one, your name badge, as well as participate in your designated open session on Oct. 21 in the Student Services Building, room 1967-1969, and the closing meeting on Oct. 23 at 10am in Ursa Minor. You are encouraged to RSVP to these events using the links on www.cpp.edu/wscuc
WSCUC is one of six regional associations in the US that accredit public and private Colleges and Universities. Accreditation is required for federal (Title IV) and state financial aid programs, as well as transference of college credit.
Visit the WSCUC website for more information.