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Accreditation Reports


2016–2022 Accreditation Cycle

In 2020 NWCCU adopted new standards and a reporting structure to include Year Six Policies, Regulations, and Financial Review (PRFR) and Year Seven Evaluation of Institutional Effectiveness (EIE) Reports. TMCC began this accreditation cycle under the previous Standards but will be reevaluated under the 2020 Standards.

Year TMCC Reports NWCCU Responses & Communications
2022-23 Evaluation of Institutional Effectiveness (Fall 2022)  
2021-22 Policies, Regulations, and Financial Review (Fall 2021)  
2018-19 Mid-Cycle Self-Evaluation (Sept. 2018)
Ad Hoc Report on Recommendations 3, 5, 6, 7 (Sept. 2018)
Acceptance of Mid-Cycle, Ad Hoc Reports (Jan. 2019)
Recommendations 3, 5, 6, 7 from 2015 Year Seven Peer Evaluation are satisfied.
Mid-Cycle Peer-Evaluation (Oct. 2018)
2017-18 Second Ad Hoc Report on Recommendation 4 (Sept. 2017) Acceptance of Ad Hoc Report (Feb. 2018)
Recommendation 4 from 2015 Year Seven Peer Evaluation is satisfied.
2016-17 Year One Self-Evaluation (Sept. 2016)
Includes Recommendations 1, 2
Ad Hoc Report on Recommendation 4
Year One Peer-Evaluation (Jan. 2017)
Recommendations 1, 2 from 2015 Year Seven Peer Evaluation are satisfied.
Acceptance of Ad Hoc Report

Accreditation of Bachelor's Degrees

Year TMCC Reports NWCCU Responses & Communications
2018-19 Ad Hoc Report on BAS/BS Implementation (Oct. 2018) Accreditation Letter (Jan., 2019)
TMCC is fully accredited at the baccalaureate level.
Ad Hoc Report Evaluation (Oct., 2018)
2016 Substantive Change Proposal to offer BAS degrees in Logistics Management and Emergency Management & Homeland Security (Jan., 2016) Acceptance of BAS Proposal (May, 2016)
BAS degrees accredited and TMCC granted candidacy status at the baccalaureate level.

2005–2015 Accreditation Cycle

In 2010, the NWCCU adopted revised accreditation standards and a seven-year accreditation cycle with Year One, Mid-Cycle, and Year Seven self-evaluation reports.

Prior to 2010, the Commission had previously granted accreditation on a ten-year cycle as the Northwest Association of Colleges and Universities Division of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges (NASC). The division split from NASC to become the NWCCU in 2002.


1995–2005 Accreditation Cycle


1985–1995 Accreditation Cycle

Year TMCC Reports NWCCU Responses & Communications
1995 Ten-Year Self-Study (Fall, 1995) NASC Committee Evaluation Report (Oct. 1995)