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CR celebrates positive accreditation news, reviews planning efforts
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Apr 30, 2014 - 3:30:47 PM

College of the Redwoods celebrated its recent excellent accreditation news during its annual Institutional Effectiveness Summit. The event, held at the CR Eureka campus on April 26, brought together faculty, staff, managers, trustees and administrators to review the College's planning efforts over the past year and celebrate the fact that the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) stated in a February 2014 letter that CR had fully met all accreditation standards.

CR faculty members engage in the a discussion at CR's recent Institutional Effectiveness Summit. (L-R) Psychology and Sociology Professor Phillip Mancus, Math Professor Tami Matsumoto, Economics and Business Professor Michael Dennis and Computer Information Systems  Chris Romero.
CR faculty members engage in the a discussion at CR's recent Institutional Effectiveness Summit. (L-R) Psychology and Sociology Professor Phillip Mancus, Math Professor Tami Matsumoto, Economics and Business Professor Michael Dennis and Computer Information Systems Chris Romero.


CR President Kathy Smith, left and CR Math Professor Tami Matsumoto perform an accordion duet on the song
CR President Kathy Smith, left and CR Math Professor Tami Matsumoto perform an accordion duet on the song "Persistence," which is the college's theme for the 2014-15 academic year. It refers to each department and person at CR during anything possible to make sure students successfully continue from one semester to the next.


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