Central Virginia Community College has met all 87 criteria for the school’s compliance certification great news since it was placed on probation about 18 months ago. The accrediting agency instituted the probation in 2012 and lifted it in 2013…but a probation period delayed the reaffirmation of accreditation process. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges accepted CVCC’s quality enhancement plan with only a few recommendations last week. Loss of accreditation would mean loss of federal student aid and likely the closure of the college. The process for the school’s accreditation could beginning as early as the spring.