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Title: Title V Cooperative Grant

Title V Cooperative Grant
  • Reedley College/North Centers/Fresno City College
  • 2004 - 2009

Grant Activities
  • Activity One Extended Learning Centers
  • To improve the success of Hispanic Serving and
    low income students through the development of
    tutor-based writing centers at Fresno City
    College, Reedley College and North Centers
  • Activity Two Improving Online Distance Education
  • To improve technological resources (AR),
    improve online counseling, increase student use
    of online orientation, offer Online Associate
    Degree, provide online tutorial program and
    increase the number of faculty using online

Student ServicesOnline Counseling Committee
  • Mario Gonzales Reedley College
  • Dr. Erica Johnson North Centers
  • Renee Harris Fresno City College
  • Steve Jones Reedley College
  • The committee has been meeting regularly to
    discuss an implementation plan for providing
    online counseling district-wide.
  • Currently, Steve and Mario handle Reedley
    College online counseling inquiries.

Agenda Items
  • Developing a policies and procedure manual.
  • Develop Best Practices model for SCCCD
    (accreditation guidelines)
  • Develop Webpage design for Blackboard portal.
  • Discuss and analyze counseling issues, challenges
    and concerns to be considered in the development
    of online counseling.
  • Discuss and analyze technologies available for
    developing online counseling (e-advising)

Three-Tier System proposal
  • 1. Counseling/Advising
  • Tier System of providing online counseling
  • a. 1st tier send students to FAQs
  • b. 2nd tier send students to general online
    questions (not student specific)
  • c. 3rd tier allows students to ask specific
    questions, i.e. academic record, allows for
    asynchronous and synchronous communication
    between student and counselor.
    (must be secure)

Proposed Priority Online Counseling Components
  • Direct Student counseling contacts
  • Interactive FAQ system that allows for a text
    search as well as a topical search
  • Three-Tier system for online counseling
  • Electronic educational plans that can be modified
    and shared between counselor and student
    (individual based)
  • Course planning/advising workshop for students in
    1st year orientation classes (GS 53, 54, 120)
  • General AA/AS degree requirements advising
  • Workshops assessment instruments in assessing
    learning style, motivation, college readiness and
    other tips in making college experience

  • 2. Online orientation information
  • a. New student orientation must be
    comprehensive and cover all matriculation
  • b. Insure that when student completes
    orientation, results will interface with Datatel
    (clear registration holds at FCC)
  • c. Student preparedness to accessing online
    services (how to use the Blackboard portal

Counseling Support Services
  • 3. Special Programs/Centers
  • Transfer General transfer information workshop
  • Career Career planning workshops self
    assessment, career exploration, career
    decision-making, deciding on major
  • DSPS, EOPS, SSS programs, Idile,Puente etc. . .
  • Probation workshops - Academic (A1/A2) Progress
  • Employment resource center (FCC) Basic job prep
    and internship readiness workshops that is

  • 4. Student assessment
  • a. Online placement testing (if protocol is
  • b. Student access to placement results with an
    overview of how to read them and understand the
    English/Math sequence
  • c. College Student Inventory assessment (CSI)
  • d. Other Career/Interest Inventories

Other Student Services areas (Links to online
counseling webpage?)
  • 5. College activities
  • a. Develop sense of community via student polls
    online, accessing calendar of on-campus events,
    student newspaper online
  • b. Recording speaker presentations held
    on-campus and posting them online for distance ed
    students for viewing.
  • c. College Relations outreach create website
    and include services they offer
  • d. Bookstore order books online
  • e. Pay class fees online
  • f. Financial Aid complete fee waiver, access
    financial aid status and award summary online

Supplemental/Auxiliary Resources to support
online counseling
  • Master calendar of events sponsored by counseling
    and its programs
  • Counseling information of services offered in
    counseling, role of counselor and how to prepare
    before working with a counselor
  • Transfer
  • a. Expand FAQs on transferring to UCs and
  • b. Links to the UCs/CSUs and most common
    private universities
  • c. Transfer survival handbook or checklist

  • Veterans counseling information handbook on how
    to prepare before working with a veterans
  • Athletic Counseling
  • a. eligibility requirements
  • b. Dates and deadline information
  • c. Residency and financial aid information
  • CalWORKs general information about their
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