BALTIMORE - Baltimore City Community College could lose its accreditation, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education said this week.
The commission placed BCCC on a warning list for insufficient evidence that the institution is in compliance with four of its 14 standards for accreditation.
Carolyn Hull Anderson, the college’s interim president, said she is focused on providing evidence to satisfy the commission’s concerns.
“In the meantime, BCCC remains open and fully accredited,” Anderson said in a statement Thursday. “Credits earned by students enrolled at BCCC will still count toward degrees, certificates and transfer. There is no change to financial aid eligibility or veterans’ educational benefits.”
Anderson said she is confident that BCCC will satisfy the commission's requirement.
“I assure you that BCCC will continue to provide quality education and training programs, and resources to the over 18,000 students that it serves,” she said.