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Title: Student Success B.C.E. (Before the Classroom Experience)


1
Student Success B.C.E. (Before the Classroom
Experience)
  • Beth Smith, Grossmont CollegeMichelle
    Grimes-Hillman, Mt. San Antonio CollegeJesse
    Ortiz, Woodland College
  • Academic Senate Spring 2012 Plenary Session

2
Goals for the Breakout
  • Brief history of matriculation
  • Discuss the new matriculation legislation The
    Student Success Act of 2012
  • What will this new legislation mean for colleges?
  • What are next steps for matriculation
    professionals?
  • How can counseling and non-counseling faculty
    work together?

3
1986 AB 3 Intent
  • Written into law to ensure equal educational
    opportunity for all Californians.
  • To furnish services to students that would
    enhance the students opportunities and access to
    courses and programs.

4
1986-AB 3Matriculation Act Components(July 1990
implementing of Act adopted by BOG, process
began in February 1988)
  • 1. Admission
  • 2. Orientation
  • 3. Assessment Testing
  • 4.Counseling
  • 5. Student Follow-up
  • 6. Coordination and Training
  • 7.Research and Evaluation

5
2009-2010 Flexibility
  • August 26, 2009 Memo from State Chancellors
    Office.
  • Communicated that AB X4 2 provide categorical
    flexibility for some programs which included
    Matriculation
  • In effect until 2013
  • Fundamental services Orientation,
    Assessment, and Counseling

6
A glance at Matriculation BudgetSelected Years
Source CCC Chancellors Office
Year Credit Non-Credit
2011 - 2012 39,427,001. 9,381,000.
2010 - 2011 39,452,000. 9,381,000.
2009 - 2010 39,802,368. 9,380,612.
2008 - 2009 81,515,364. 20,000,000.
2006 - 2007 75,234,850. 19,973,951.
2005 - 2006 51,180,000. 14,842,670.
7
Student Success Act of 2012
  • http//www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/11-12/bill/sen/sb_14
    51-1500/sb_1456_bill_20120328_amended_sen_v98.pdf

8
Whats Unchanged in the Act?
  • Enacted only when there is funding (note no
    qualifying adjective, i.e. sufficient)
  • Still requires orientation, assessment,
    counseling, matriculation plan
  • Still requires colleges to measure effectiveness
    of matriculation

9
Whats New in the Act?
  • Reduced use of the word matriculation
  • Links funding to number of students getting
    matriculation services (page 12, line19) use of
    the scorecard and common assessment (page 12,
    lines 29-30)
  • Adds Program of Study (page 8, line 12)
  • Insistence on college use of technology to
    deliver some services (page 9, line 8)

10
  • Student must determine educational goal upon
    enrollment (page 8, line 11)
  • Board of Governors to establish a reasonable
    implementation period to reduce impact to
    students (page 8, lines 18-22)
  • Students are required to maintain academic
    progress toward education goal (page 8, line15)
  • Educational Planning Services is identified as
    a separate service for the college (page 8, line
    39)
  • Required referrals to specialized services (page
    9, line 13)

11
  • Required advisement or counseling for students in
    basic skills courses or who have not declared an
    educational goal or on probation (page 9, lines
    25-29)
  • Funding shall be targeted to fully implement
    matriculation (page 9, lines 32-37)
  • Additional accountability metrics (page 11, line
    1)
  • Evaluation of the Act (page 11, line 10 and 14)

12
What is Required by Colleges?
  • Evaluation of each students academic progress
    (page 9, line 25)
  • Interventions for students who are at risk (on
    academic probation, receiving financial aid,
    etc.) (page 9, line 25)
  • Priority registration (page 7, lines19-20)
  • If you receive funds, then you must use common
    assessment (page 12)
  • Development of a Student Success and Support
    Program Plan linked to student equity plan (page
    13)

13
California Community CollegeRelevant Student
Success Plans Today
  • 1969 Extended Opportunity Program
    Services-EOPS, SB 164 (Alquist)
  • 1986 Matriculation Act, AB 3 (Seymour-Campbell
    Act)
  • 1990 Intersegmental General Education Transfer
    Curriculum-IGETC (pilot 1985)
  • 1991 Transfer Articulation TAG implemented,
    SB 121 (Hart)
  • 1992 Student Equity Policy Title 5
  • 2004 Accountability Report for Community
    Colleges- ARCC, AB 1417 (Pacheco)
  • 2006 Basic Skills Initiative- BSI
  • September 2010 Student Transfer Achievement
    Reform Act/Associate Degrees for Transfer, SB
    1440 (Padilla)
  • September 2010 Student Success Task Force, SB
    1143 (Liu)
  • February 2012 Seymour-Campbell Student Success
    Act of 2012, SB 1456 (Lowenthal)

14
Now What?????
15
Role of Counseling and Delivery of Counseling
Services
  • Need counselors to take the lead in helping to
    determine the delivery of education planning
    services, interventions, training of
    paraprofessionals and faculty advisors
  • Senates can facilitate the processes for
    training, policies for how student success
    efforts will be implemented, and involvement of
    the faculty
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