WASC Accreditation

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) is an accrediting agency responsible for evaluating and accrediting public and private educational institutions in the western United States. Established in 1962, WASC aims to ensure the quality and integrity of higher education institutions by assessing their adherence to established standards and criteria. Through a rigorous accreditation process, WASC evaluates schools' educational programs, governance structures, resources, and overall effectiveness, providing valuable feedback for continuous improvement. Accreditation by WASC signifies that an institution meets or exceeds recognized standards of quality and is committed to maintaining high educational standards.

Here you can find the documentation that WASC gave to the school following their visits, the documentation and reports the school provided to WASC, as well as the school's self-study and self-analysis.