ONTARIO – Treasure Valley Community College has won a passing grade from evaluators but faces work to shore up how the college measures student success and to sharpen its planning.
The college learned last week that its federal accreditation – vital to credit transfers and student loans – remains intact. The decision was announced by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, after conducting its seven-year evaluation of the Ontario college’s practices.
Getting the approval required months of work and hundreds of hours of time.
“I appreciate the countless hours of work . . .