ACS WASC/SDA Visiting Committee Materials
Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Schools (SDA)
One of the important responsibilities of the ACS WASC member is to assist in the team’s understanding of whether or not the school is effectively addressing the ACS WASC criteria. ACS WASC members work with the rest of the visiting committee in determining the status recommendation, which is then submitted with necessary supporting documentation to both the ACS WASC Commission and SDA’s Commission for final action regarding joint accreditation status. Please see the attached memo for additional information on the role of the ACS WASC-Appointed Joint Visit Member.
- AAA/ACS WASC Focus on Learning Accreditation Instrument for Seventh-day Adventist Schools in the Pacific Union Conference, 2016 Edition
- AAA/ACS WASC Focus on Learning Accreditation Instrument for Seventh-day Adventists Schools in the Pacific Union Conference, 2010 Edition
Visiting Committee Chair and Member Checklists
Visiting Committee Chair Templates
ACS WASC/SDA Visiting Committees should use the ACS WASC FOL visiting committee materials for the visit. Please contact the ACS WASC office with any questions. Visit the Other Visits Visiting Committee Materials page for other types of visits.
- ACS WASC Accreditation Status Recommendation (Ballot): The preprinted ballot is only available from the ACS WASC Office and is included with the chair materials. Don’t forget to bring it to the visit to obtain the necessary signatures from your team.
- ACS WASC/SDA FOL Self-Study Documentation and Justification Statement Template
- ACS WASC/SDA FOL Self-Study Visiting Committee Report Template
Reference and Samples
- ACS WASC Accreditation Status Explanation
- ACS WASC/SDA Accreditation Status Worksheet, 2016 Edition
- Accreditation Visit Information
Chairs and members for joint ACS WASC/SDA visits are asked to attend an ACS WASC training workshop prior to the visit.