Copper Mountain College Invites the Community to the Accreditation Forum

During the week of March 4-7, 2019, Copper Mountain College (CMC) will be visited by a team of its peers consisting of administrators and faculty as well as the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) Vice President Gohar Momjian, to assist the College in its comprehensive self-evaluation for the purpose of the reaffirmation of accreditation.

CMC would like to invite the Community to attend an open forum on Monday, March 4, 2019, in the in Bell Center Community Room, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm to provide feedback about the College to the ACCJC.

“Copper Mountain College Board of Trustees, administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community supporters have worked very hard in recent years to ensure that the College is supporting our communities and providing the best opportunity for all of our students to be successful in achieving their academic and life goals. We can all be very proud of this College and the work that is being done to meet the ACCJC Standards and to best serve our students”, stated Superintendent/President, Mr. Jeff Cummings.

The purpose of accreditation is to help institutions of higher learning achieve and maintain a high level of quality and excellence in the administration and delivery of programs to the communities they serve. In order to be accredited, CMC participates in a structured process that is designed to assist the College in measuring overall institutional effectiveness. Accreditation confers official acknowledgement that the institution’s educational quality is sufficient to meet the standards of the ACCJC. Students can easily transfer credits earned at CMC to other colleges and universities.

If you would like to view CMC’s Institutional Self Evaluation Report visit the website at under about and accreditation. Please contact the College if you have additional questions at 760-366-3791.