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Student Success


Student Success:  A Plenary Meeting of the ECC Academic Senate, Nov. 5, 2013


Student Success Showcase:  Programs and Practices, Spring 2014

The Student Success Showcase highlighted five ECC programs that are particularly successful in achieving one or more of the six factors students say they need to succeed, as determined by the RP Group study "Student Support (Re)defined."  These five programs excel in helping students achieve one or more of the following characteristics:  directed, focused, nurtured, engaged, connected, and valued.  Faculty from Anthropology, Adaptive Physical Education, Accelerated Math, Sign Language, and Welding delivered presentations at Senate meetings in Spring 2014.


Student Success Advisory Committee

The Student Success Advisory Committee is chaired by the ECC Vice President of Student and Community Advancement and its membership includes a variety of faculty, classified staff, managers, and administrators from divisions and areas across campus.  The purpose of the Student Success Advisory Committee is to serve as an advisory body to plan and oversee the implementation of the Student Success and Support Programs Initiative.


"Student Support (Re)defined," The Research and Planning Group for California Community Colleges, 2011-14.