Merced College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and is approved by the State Department of Education to train veterans under provisions of the G.I. Bill of Rights and by the United States Immigration Service. The College offers a lower division program consisting of courses paralleling those of four-year colleges and universities, the credits of which are transferable to all other accredited colleges and universities.
Accrediting Commission for College and Junior Colleges Action Letter
July 3, 2014
Dear College Community:
At its meeting in June 2014,
the Commission acted to affirm the College's accredited status
after reviewing the most recent Midterm Report, submitted in
On July 3, 2013 the College was informed the Commission took action to remove our warning status and reaffirm accreditation. See the links below for more information.
Follow-Up Report, Final Draft, posted February 6, 2013
Merced College SLO Report October 12, 2012
Merced College ACCJC Action Letter July 2, 2012
Follow-up Team Report May 17, 2012
Integrated Planning, Program Review and Governance Handbook
Follow-Up Report, Final Draft, March 13, 2012Accreditation Gap Analysis Report and Recommendations by Matthew Lee -
Posted October 5, 2011.
Accreditation Evaluation Report - Posted July 6, 2011
Merced College ACCJC Action Letter - June 30, 2011
Self Study Final Posted: December 21, 2010
Self Study - Adopted by the Board of Trustees December, 2004.
Accreditation Team Visit - March 2005
For information on this page please contact Toni McCall
Updated on 09/11/2014