Your Pathway to Success

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1. Your Pathway to Success! Student Support Services and Programs at Riverside City College

2. Riverside City College provides services and programs to help you succeed!! STUDENT SERVICES: Admissions & Records Counseling Disabled Student Services Extended Opportunity Programs & Services Health & Wellness Center Job Placement Student Activities Student Financial Services Transfer & Career Center Tutorial Services Veterans Services Workforce Preparation STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAMS: CAP Program Honors Program Puente Program Teacher Preparation Program Ujima Project

3. Admissions & Records Adding and dropping classes Late start classes Payments for registration and parking permits. Academic Renewal Permits previously recorded substandard course works, which is not reflective of a student's demonstrated ability, to be eliminated in calculation the RCC grade point average. Extenuation Circumstances Petition (ECP) Students who encounter situations involving extenuating circumstances or emergencies that may affect their educational records & fall outside the realm of normal college policy and procedures. Credit-By-Exam Credit may be granted to any student who satisfactorily passes an examination approved or conducted by the appropriate department chairperson.

4. Counseling Office Counseling orientation Student Educational Plan (SEP) A list of the classes you need to achieve your educational goals Lays out the sequence of basic skills classes Career development Transfer information Guidance classes (GUI 45, 46, 47, and 48) Information on graduation requirements Probation/Dismissal

5. Disabled Student Program & Services DSP&S Priority registration Class note takers Adaptive technology Books-on-tape Appropriate accommodations for test taking Learning disability assessments

6. Extended Opportunity Programs & Services EOP&S Must be full-time student (12+ units) Eligible for BOGW A or B Have an educational disadvantage (determined by RCC assessment scores or other factors) Academic, career, & personal counseling Priority registration One-on-one tutoring Transfer information Supplemental textbook service

7. Health & Wellness Center Emergency care First aid Health counseling Health education Psychological counseling Immediate care for common health problems Low cost X-rays Medical testing available Referrals

8. Job Placement Job referrals/search for part-time and full time employment Resume critique Interviewing techniques & mock interviews Job counseling Internet search for jobs online Job Placement services for life (after graduation and/or transferring)

9. Student Activities Clubs Student government (ASRCC) Community service Scholarships Special Events

10. Student Financial Services Grants FAFSA Cal Grant Pell Grant Scholarships Fee waivers Work study jobs Loans (payback)

11. Counseling Department Transfer/Career Center Transfer Center: University representatives Transfer information Applications for CSU and UC systems Computer programs Reference materials Internet access Career Center: Career exploration and assessment Resume/cover letter critique Interviewing techniques Workshops Computer programs

12. Tutorial Services Free peer tutoring Call ahead or walk-in for appointments All course areas (except English, ESL, & Reading) The Writing & Reading Center available for English, ESL, & Reading (Location- Martin Luther King Building) Get an on-campus job, become a tutor!!

13. Veterans Assistance In order to request the Montgomery G.I. Bill, you must first: Complete assessment testing, Request all of your high school, college, and military transcripts be sent to RCC, and Meet with a counselor to choose your program of study. After choosing a program of study, report it to the Veterans Services Office and they will have your Student Education plan (SEP) prepared for you.

15. Community for Academic Progress CAP Program

16. Honors Program Small classes & academic preparation Assigned counselor One-on-one mentoring Leadership opportunities Transfer agreements with 4-year universities Participate in Building Bridges Student Research Conference

17. Puente Program Academic and community leadership program (Emphasizing Chicano/Latino issues, but open to all students) Transfer to 4-year colleges Obtain their bachelor’s degree Become community leaders and mentors Two semesters of English composition classes. (Beginning at English-50 in the Fall)

18. Teacher Preparation Program CBEST preparation CBEST information packets Career networking Transfer information AmeriCorps (Scholarship programs) Field trips & workshops Development of leadership skills Pooh corner Children’s Literature club Latino Educators of Tomorrow (LET)

19. Ujima Project An academic achievement program focused on curriculum, culture, and civic engagement. Services provided include: African American history & culture discussions Mentoring & counseling Leadership training Rights of Initiation & Harambee African American graduation ceremony

20. Your Pathway To Success….What is Next? Visit the counseling department to schedule your appointment to develop a student educational plan (SEP)! This will provide you with all the classes needed to reach your educational goal at RCC!! 951-222-8440 REMEMBER….IF YOU FAIL TO PLAN… YOU ARE PLANNING TO FAIL!

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