Faculty and staff will have an opportunity to learn more about Cal Poly Pomona’s re-accreditation at a town hall meeting on Wednesday, May 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the BSC’s Ursa Minor. Lunch will be served, and online registration is required.
“Several teams of faculty and staff have worked hard to identify what makes Cal Poly Pomona a special place, and we are eager to share their essays,” said Provost Sylvia Alva, chair of the re-accreditation steering committee. “This marks a milestone in a journey of discovery, and the town hall will give others in our university community the opportunity to share in the journey.”
Participants will receive an overview of re-accreditation, a self-study process that ensures that Cal Poly Pomona fulfills its obligations to students and the State of California.
Cal Poly Pomona will submit its institutional report to the WASC Senior College and University Commission (now known as WSCUC) in fall 2018, participate in an off-site review in spring 2019, and host a three-day re-accreditation visit in fall 2019.
A draft of the essays will be available on the university’s re-accreditation website for comments on April 23.