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Resource Room - Self-Study

The resources listed in each of the sections below are evidence used support the College's 2014 Self-Study Report.

An additional Resource Room for Ongoing Changes contains evidence documenting changes at PCC since the Self-Study Report was submitted to the HLC.

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Introduction/Executive Summary

Probation Letter & Follow-up on Assumed Practices

The Assumed Practices

Criterion One

Criterion Two

Criterion Three

Criterion Four

Criterion Four - Assessment Plans and Reports

The reports below were run in 2014 and reflect activities recorded since the adoption of PCC's assessment tracking system, TracDat.

Criterion Five


Federal Compliance

Student Learning Outcomes

2010 Follow-up

HLC Supplemental Materials

Minutes of Major Institutional Committees, Including Self-Study Committee

Reports Referenced in the Self-Study Report or Used by Working Committees

See documents listed on this webpage.  Additional resources used by working committees are available in the online PCC Accreditation Archive. Access to the archive will be provided to all Evaluation Team members.

Policies and Procedures Related to Curriculum Adoption, Review, and Evaluation

Policies on Learning Resources, Including Libraries, and Formal Agreements for the Shared Use of Learning Resources

Policies on Interaction with Other Academic Institutions and Programs

Policies for Allocation and Use of Computer Resources

Budgets and Expenditure Reports for Units, Programs and the Institution as a Whole and the Institutional Audits, at Least for the Prior Five Years

Physical Facilities Master Plan and Maintenance Plans

Plans to begin a Master Plan project and issue an RFP to find a qualified vendor were announced in May 2014. The RFP process should be completed during the first quarter of fiscal year 2014/2015.  A Facilities Planning Standing Committee will be formed that will include various stakeholders when the Master Plan project is started. This committee will assist in the development of College and campus facilities master plans; monitor, review and recommend revisions to the facilities master plans to meet the College’s long-term priorities, goals and objectives; provide input and recommendations regarding the development and implementation of standards (e.g. classroom furniture); recommend solutions in response to college needs that support institutional goals and foster environmental stewardship and sustainability; and make recommendations to the Chancellor.

Catalogs, Bulletins, Viewbooks, and other Promotional Literature

Academic Admission, Good Standing and Completion Policies

Policies Related to the Employment, Orientation, Supervision, and Evaluation of Full-Time Faculty, Part-Time Faculty, and Teaching Assistants

Faculty, Student and Staff Handbooks

Bylaws of Faculty and Staff Assemblies or Other Representative Bodies

Governance Documents: Charter, Bylaws, Policies, Membership, Minutes, Reports

A Complete Roster of All Faculty Members (Full- And Part-Time) and Their Teaching Assignments During the Current Academic Year 

Formal Agreements for all Consorital or Contractual Relationships

Student Services Policies (Residence, Governance, Health, Financial Aid, Student Records), and the Refund Policy

Board Rosters, Charters, and Bylaws, Including Those of Separately Incorporated Entities

Reports from Other Agencies or Accrediting Bodies

Documents Concerning Title IV

Third Party Comment Notices

Other Supplemental Material

2000 Self-Study and Monitoring Report

2010 Self-Study and Monitoring Report

2013 Fact-Finding Visit, Probation Action and Monitoring Report