“In its Feb. 11 letter, the commission found that Cuesta fully resolved the deficiencies identified last year, with the exception of one -- completing an integrated planning process. The commission added that Cuesta seems poised to demonstrate that it will fully resolve that remaining issue in the next few months.”What this means for students like me is that, according to Stork:
- Cuesta remains accredited.
- Classes will still transfer.
- Students can get degrees and certificates.
- Financial aid remains safe.
ACCJC is the regional accrediting agency that evaluates two-year colleges in California. Stork invited students to view Cuesta College’s accreditation web page to see official communications from the commission and evidence of the progress Cuesta has made toward satisfying ACCJC’s standards.