Highline’s recent accreditation went well and was an important step in planning for the future, said President Dr. John Mosby.
Accreditation is a multi-step evaluation process that happens at all colleges once every seven years. It is done to verify that the institution is fulfilling expectations and operating effectively.
Highline got good grades this Fall Quarter.
The college got generally positive reviews in a recent accreditation report. The seven-year accreditation process features visits by a team of evaluators from other colleges and universities, plus an extensive report created by Highline and submitted to the evaluators.