Institutional Self-Evaluation Report


The Institutional Self-Evaluation Report  (ISER) is a document composed by the College in which it evaluates itself using the ACCJC standards, requirements, and policies. The ISER is a collaborative project that involves numerous stakeholders from the college including students, classified professionals, faculty, administrators, and Board of Trustees. The ISER is shared with ACCJC, the campus community, and the public.

The ISER is a data-driven self-reflection that highlights how the College meets ACCJC’s Standards. The ISER should show that Long Beach City College has honestly evaluated where we are doing well and where we can improve in order to meet student needs to the best of our ability. The ISER should also show that the College is managing resources (human, fiscal, technical, and physical) to meet activities and goals that improve student learning. Another important purpose of the ISER is to show that the College engages in continuous self-assessment and improvement. It is important to use evidence that illustrates how we assess our own effectiveness and implement changes that are informed by adequate sources of data.