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Counseling Program Review March 14, 2005. Presenters. General Counseling Sue Primich, Department Chair EOPS Ruth Dills, EOPS Coordinator Military/Distance Counseling Susan Winterbourne, Counselor Financial Aid Counseling Cynthia Pienkowski, Financial Aid Director Counseling Courses

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  • General Counseling

    • Sue Primich, Department Chair

  • EOPS

    • Ruth Dills, EOPS Coordinator

  • Military/Distance Counseling

    • Susan Winterbourne, Counselor

  • Financial Aid Counseling

    • Cynthia Pienkowski, Financial Aid Director

  • Counseling Courses

    • Nancy Soto Jenkins, Counselor/Articulation Officer

Decentralized counseling model
Decentralized Counseling Model

  • General Counseling

    • Two Full-time Faculty

    • Five Adjunct Faculty

  • Military Counseling

    • One Full-time Faculty

    • Two Adjunct Faculty

  • ABI Counseling

    • One Full-time Faculty

    • Interns

  • EOPS

    • One Full-time Faculty

    • One 50% Counselor, 50% Coordinator

  • Financial Aid

    • Adjunct Counselors

  • Counseling Courses

Counseling services
Counseling Services

  • Academic Plans

    • AA Degree

    • Transfer

    • Occupational Certificate

  • Career Counseling

    • Coastline Counselors

    • One-Stop Center

  • Personal Counseling

Counseling services cont
Counseling Services, cont.

  • Articulation Agreements/Partnerships

    • CSU

    • UC

    • Private Colleges and Universities

    • Military-friendly

  • Outreach Counseling/Classroom Visitations

  • Counseling Courses

Transfer center
Transfer Center

  • Assistance with Transfer

  • Research Tools

  • College Application Assistance

  • Workshops

  • University Representative Visits/Appointments

  • University Transfer Event

1999 2000 program review recommendations
1999-2000 Program Review Recommendations

  • Implement Online Advising Services

  • Provide Counseling Services @ Costa Mesa Center

  • Coordinate Crisis Intervention Plan

  • Liaison with Instructional Departments

Counseling goals met since last program review
Counseling Goals Met Since Last Program Review

  • Counseling Department Chair

  • Counselor Training Sessions

  • Permanent Adjunct Counselor to Transfer Center

  • Part time Clerical Support for Counselors

  • Increased Outreach to ESL and General Education Classes

  • Improved Services for Disqualified Students

  • Enforce Matriculation Requirement for Assessment

Counseling services five year goals
Counseling Services Five-Year Goals

  • Enhance Online Counseling Services

  • Implement Electronic Appointment System

  • Redesign Fountain Valley Counseling Area

  • Replace Three Full-time Counselors

  • Increase Collaboration with Programs and Services on Campus

  • Expand Participation in Education Fairs and Consortiums

Financial aid academic counseling
Financial Aid Academic Counseling

  • Fulfills Academic Obligations for Receiving Financial Aid Funds

  • Student Educational Plan

    • Streamlines Degree Completion and Transfer Process

    • Monitors Units/Transcripts from Other Colleges

    • Financial Aid Director Advised If Planned Coursework Meets Dept. of Education Payment Criteria

Financial aid counseling impact
Financial Aid Counseling Impact

  • 2003-2004: $35,000 from Special Categorical Program (BFAP)

    • 300 Students Counseled

  • Without Funding/Services

    • Students Would Not Be Served

    • Greater Demand On Limited General Counseling Resources

Financial aid counseling goals
Financial Aid Counseling Goals

  • Maintain Current Proactive Level of Service

  • Expand Services to Include Outreach

Eops counseling new student orientations
EOPS Counseling New Student Orientations

Eops student educational goals
EOPS Student Educational Goals

Eops counseling goals
EOPS Counseling Goals

  • Expand Outreach Activities

  • Support Professional Development and Committee Membership

  • Develop Tutorial/Voucher System

  • Create Distance Learning Success Class

Military distance counseling
Military/Distance Counseling

  • Telephone

  • E-mail

  • In-person

  • Fax

  • Mail

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Military/Distance Counseling

  • Partnerships/Articulation Agreements

    • 86% Students List Goal as Transfer

  • Outreach

    • Ships, Bases, Posts

Military student enrollments pace program afloat college education
Military Student EnrollmentsPACE (Program Afloat College Education)

  • 4,000 per year

Military counseling contacts
Military Counseling Contacts

  • July 2003 to June 2004

    • 1,495 Contacts

    • 867 Students

    • 86 Outreach Contacts

Military distance counseling goals
Military/Distance Counseling Goals

  • Implement additional security measures

    • Encryption Technology

  • Launch Online Student Chat Room

  • Develop Distance Learning Guidelines

  • Increase Military-friendly Articulation Agreements/Partnerships

  • Enhance and Update Military Website

  • Increase Counseling Hours

Counseling courses
Counseling Courses

  • Areas of Emphasis

    • Career Planning and Development

    • College Success Strategies

    • Job Search Strategies

  • Courses Improve Retention

  • Student Comment

    • “I am very grateful to have found this class, and I find myself using the ideas in many areas of my life.”

Counseling courses incarcerated student education program
Counseling Courses Incarcerated Student Education Program

  • 50% of Distance Learning

    Students in Counseling 105

  • If Pilot Program Implemented

    • Substantial Growth Expected

  • Student Satisfaction

Counseling 105 courses access program
Counseling 105 CoursesACCESS Program

  • Excellent Transition for ESL Students

  • Popular Course for EOPS Students

  • Recruiting/Outreach

Counseling courses goals
Counseling Courses Goals

  • Offer Counseling 100 Career/Life Planning Online

  • Revise Course Outlines with New SLOs

  • Increase Marketing to Increase Enrollment

  • Further Course Offerings at One Stop Center

  • Evaluate Need for New Courses

Student comments
Student Comments

  • “I’m in the military and I have been out of school for about twelve years. The help I received really made me feel comfortable about going back to school. They talked me through each step and always said that if I had any more questions to feel free to call back at any time. Thank you again.”

  • “I have attended 12 Community colleges throughout California for both general education requirements and vocational requirements and the staff at Coastline is by far the most willing to help students with their educational goals. I have completed my AA and will complete my BA in June. Thank you to all at Coastline that helped me on my journey.”

Student comments1
Student Comments

  • “I would like to thank you for helping me better understand Coastline’s educational programs. I will be looking forward to starting my first class soon. It sounds as if your commitment (Our Goal is Your Success!) to the student is genuine. I would also like to thank Coastline College for providing a professional counselor to deal with the military student.”

  • “I am especially satisfied with the EOPS program. Without the helping of EOPS, I will not be able to complete my degree at Coastline in the short time.”

  • “My decision to attend Coastline Community college was solidified through my counseling session with (counselor). I was very happy and grateful for her assistance. She was thorough, patient, and encouraging.”