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After a two-year Self-Study process, followed by a campus visit and initial report by an accreditation team from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), Bronx Community College’s accreditation for the next eight years was reaffirmed at a June 29 MSCHE meeting.

“This is a great accomplishment for BCC and demonstrates how effectively we can work together, collectively committed to excellence and student success,” said BCC President Thomas A. Isekenegbe. “I would like to use this opportunity to thank the entire college community, faculty, staff and students for their participation in making this visit a huge success.”

The President expressed particular gratitude to the College’s leaders in the MSCHE accreditation process: Nancy Ritze (Dean for Institutional Research, Planning and Assessment), Steering Committee Co-Chair Irene R. Delgado (Vice President for Student Success), Steering Committee Co-Chair Jordi Getman-Eraso (Professor, History Department), and Self-Study Editor Robert Beuka (Chairperson, English Department).

“We will use the recent Self-Study findings and the MSCHE Team’s recommendations as the foundation for BCC’s upcoming Strategic Plan,” said the President, adding that this information will “identify a roadmap to address the challenges and opportunities facing our campus community over the next decade.”

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