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Pima College is seeking public input on lastest report to accreditors

Pima Community College is seeking public commentary on a draft of the latest report to it's accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission.

PCC released a draft of a required notice report to the HLC on June 20. The draft will be available on their website for public comment, corrections and error reporting until June 23 at noon.

Though PCC was removed from its probationary accreditation status in February 2015, the college has remained on notice since.

 The report covers 11 areas identified by the HLC as at risk of becoming out of compliance.

The draft begins a series of final steps Pima must take before the HLC delivers an official status notification sometime in February or March 2017.

The community is encouraged to complete an online survey after reviewing the draft and report any items of significance to the provost's office by emailing accred-questions@pima.edu.

Pima will submit its final report to the HLC on June 29 and an evaluation team will visit the college September 26-27. 

More information on PCC's accreditation is available on their  website.

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