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Western Association for College Admission Counseling Share, Learn, and Connect. Tuesday, March 26, 2013 Jennifer Hughes Vice President, Student Services College of San Mateo. Do You Know This Man? . Admissions Information What You Already Know. Admit 100% of students No application fee

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western association for college admission counseling share learn and connect

Western Association for College Admission CounselingShare, Learn, and Connect

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Jennifer Hughes

Vice President, Student Services

College of San Mateo

admissions information what you already know
Admissions InformationWhat YouAlready Know
  • Admit 100% of students
  • No application fee
  • No test scores/ minimum GPA’s required
  • 18 years of age and older may attend regardless of graduation status

But, given the budget crisis of 2008-09 and new legislation, community colleges are facing new challenges….

what s new sb 1456 student success act november 2012
What’s New? – SB 1456 Student Success Act –November 2012
    • Student Success and Support Program (formerly Matriculation)
    • Mandated Services (orientation, assessment, counseling, student education planning)
    • Declaration of Course of Study
    • BOGFW Conditions
  • Other Regulatory Changes
    • Course Repetitions and Course Repeatability
    • Changes in funding formula
sb 1456 student success act continued
SB 1456Student Success Act, Continued

Enrollment Priorities – effective fall, 2014

  • Active duty military, Veterans, Foster Youth in Good Standing
  • EOPS/DSPS in Good Standing
  • Continuing Students in Good Standing with Student Education Plans
  • New Students who have completed orientation, assessment, counseling and developed Student Education Plans

Loss of Enrollment Priority

  • Earned 100+ units
  • Are on academic or progress probation
community college primary mission
Community CollegePrimary Mission

What You Already Know – Reaffirmed in SB 1456

  • Transfer Education
  • Career and Technical Education
  • Pre-collegiate Basic Skills
sb 1440 transfer with a guarantee
SB 1440 – Transfer With A Guarantee

Benefits:

  • More degreed students
  • Clear pathway to transfer/provides portability of degree
  • Reduce unnecessary units and time to degree
  • Aligns major preparation

What SB 1440 Provides:

  • Guaranteed admission to CSU system as a junior
  • “The California State University shall grant a student priority admissionto his or her local California State University campus and to a program or major that is similar to his or her community college major or area of emphasis“
  • SB1440 students admitted to CSU in a “similar” 120-unit BA/BS program are guaranteed to complete BA/BS in 60 semester units
aa t and as t majors 605 developed statewide
AA-T and AS-T Majors605 Developed Statewide
  • Administration of Justice
  • Anthropology
  • Art History
  • Business Administration
  • Communication Studies
  • Computer Science
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • English
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • Kinesiology
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Studio Arts
  • Theatre Arts
pre collegiate basic skills
Pre-Collegiate Basic Skills

What You Already Know

  • About 70% of students need some developmental education in English and/or mathematics

What Can You Do to Help?

  • Community College placement tests DO matter
  • Early Assessment Program (SB946 – 2008)– 73 community colleges participating
help stop senioritis
Help Stop “Senioritis”

Take math through 12th grade!

instruction and support services
Instruction and Support Services

What You Already Know

  • Concurrent Enrollment – A Great Way To Get Started
    • Helps students transition to college and it’s free!
  • Summer bridge, learning communities and first year experiences

What’s New?

  • Increase in online courses
paying for college
Paying for College
  • What You Already Know
    • Enrollment Fee: $46 per unit plus books
    • Federal and State Aid, including work study
    • Board of Governors Fee Waiver Grant
    • Scholarships
  • What’s New?
    • Changes in BOGFW eligibility
take away messages
Take Away Messages
  • Students should take advantage of early registration and enrollment
  • Placement Tests – They Really Do Matter
  • Maintaining Good Academic Standing – It Matters
  • Finding the Right “Fit” - It Matters
  • Community Colleges – a good pathway to transfer
  • Concurrent Enrollment – great experience/no cost
community colleges your local resource
Community Colleges – Your Local Resource

We Can Provide…

  • Presentations and Workshops
  • Campus ambassador programs
some important links
Some Important Links
  • New Student Success Act: SB 1456: http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/StudentServices/Matriculation/SB1456StudentSuccessActOF2012.aspx
  • SB 1440: http://www.sb1440.org/
  • California Dream Act: http://www.csac.ca.gov/dream_act.asp
  • Dream Act – Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.csac.ca.gov/pubs/forms/grnt_frm/cal_grant_dream_act_faqs.pdf
  • California Community Colleges: www.cccco.
  • California Community Colleges: Tools for Students: http://www.californiacommunitycolleges.cccco.edu/Students.aspx
  • Early Assessment Program (EAP): http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/StudentServices/EAP.aspx
pete gianopolus helped put me on the right path
Pete Gianopolushelped put me on the right path.

YOU do the same for thousands of students!!

THANK YOU!