These are the possible scenarios for our historic Laredo Community College. Representatives from the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges just wrapped up a visit to the college and according to their website, here's what might happen:
Why was Laredo Community College continued in accreditation for good cause and placed on Probation?
Laredo Community College was continued in accreditation for good cause and placed on Probation because it had exhausted its two-year monitoring period for complying with the Principles and had failed to demonstrate compliance with Comprehensive Standards
Access the Principles of Accreditation at http://www.sacscoc.org/principles.asp.)
What will happen in June 2013?
SACSCOC Board of Trustees will consider the accreditation status of Laredo Community College following review of a Third Monitoring Report submitted by the institution addressing the standards cited above for non-compliance and the report of a Special Committee that will visit the institution in spring 2013. The Board will have the following options:
(1) remove the institution from Probation without a report or with a Fifth-Year Follow Up Report,
(2) continue accreditation for good cause and continue Probation, request an additional report, and authorize a special committee visit, or
(3) remove the institution from membership with the Commission on Colleges for failure to comply with the standards or failure to meet the provisions of good cause.
Commission staff will not speculate on what decision might be made by the Commission’s Board in June 2013.
For additional information regarding the Commission’s accreditation process, access