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Student Success and Support Program: Scaling Up Mia Keeley, A&R/EAP/SSSP, CCCCO CSU CCC Counselors Conference Fall 2014.

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1 Student Success and Support Program: Scaling Up Mia Keeley, A&R/EAP/SSSP, CCCCO CSU CCC Counselors Conference Fall 2014

2 Origins and Purpose of the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) Budget/Funding Update Core Services Associate Degrees for Transfer Priority Enrollment Update Presentation Overview

3 SSSP Mission To increase community college student access and success by providing effective core services, including orientation, assessment and placement, counseling, academic advising, and early intervention. SSSP ensures student equity in assessment, student services, and access to college resources and provides a foundation for students to achieve their educational goals.

4 Student Success & Support Program 3 funded core services Institutional AND student requirements Incentives for student completion of core services Incorporates student equity planning Linked to the Student Success Scorecard

5 SSSP Planning & Implementation Timeline Fiscal Year 2012-13 Fiscal Year 2013-14 Fiscal Year 2014-15 Fiscal Year 2015-16 System-level Planning Year: Implementation workgroups convened October 2012 to develop proposals for title 5 Matriculation revisions, new allocation formula, & revised MIS data elements & definitions New program planning & budget process developed SB 1456 effective January 1, 2013 District/College-level Planning Year: Allocations based on enrollment only, new formula not applied Funding targeted to core services (1-year exemption permitted by request) Regulations effective October 19, 2013 Develop program plans Implement MIS changes for accurate & complete data reporting Convene noncredit work group District/College-level Implementation Year 1: Program plans and budgets submitted Continue to ensure accurate and complete data reporting Allocations based on enrollment only, new formula not applied First legislative implementation report due July 1, 2014 (biannually thereafter) Implementation Year 3: FY 16-17 allocations based on 15-16 year-end data reported 50% of prior year funding guaranteed (returns to 95% thereafter) Legislative report due July 1, 2016 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Implementation Year 2: FY 15-16 allocations based on 14-15 year- end data reported Application of funding formula begins this year 80% of prior year funding guaranteed

6 SSSP 2014-15 State Budget Additional $100 M to SSSP in 2014-15  $196.6 M Total (Excludes Student Equity and $2.5 M for Tech Asst.)  $ 181.7 M to be allocated to districts Excludes State Set Aside and $14.3M for Statewide Technology Projects Split between Credit and Noncredit

7 New Credit match of 2:1 on all credit SSSP categorical funds:  Due to substantial increase in funding for 2014-15 Clarify and broaden the definition of what can be counted toward the match:  Make the “transitional services” permanent  Add institutionally-funded tutoring and supplemental instruction costs for at-risk students. 2014-15 Credit SSSP Match

8 SSSP 2014-15 State Budget: Advance Allocations Advance allocations are generally calculated at 95% of the prior year’s allocation. Due to the size of the budget increase, for 2014-15 the advance allocation will be 125% of 2013-14  For credit

9 Student Success and Support Program Core Services SSSP funding must be expended on Core Services: Orientation Assessment Counseling, Advising & Other Education Planning Services Follow-up for at-risk students (§ 55525) – Enrolled in Basic Skills, no identified ed goal or course of study, on academic/progress probation

10 Student Success and Support Program Core Services Orientation: A process that acquaints students and potential students with, at a minimum, college programs, student support services, facilities and grounds, academic expectations, institutional procedures, and other appropriate information… Title 5, Section 55521

11 Student Success and Support Program Core Services Assessment for Placement: The process of gathering information about … the student's study skills, English language proficiency, computational skills, aptitudes, goals, learning skills, career aspirations, academic performance, and need for special services. Assessment methods may include, but not necessarily be limited to, interviews, standardized tests, attitude surveys, vocational or career aptitude and interest inventories, high school or postsecondary transcripts, specialized certificates or licenses, educational histories, and other measures of performance. Education Code section 78213

12 Student Success and Support Program Core Services Counseling, Advising, Other Education Planning Services: All first-time students expected to have: Abbreviated Ed Plan is 1-2 semesters in length - or - Comprehensive Ed Plan …take(s) into account a student’s interests, skills, career and education goals, major, potential transfer institutions, and the steps the student needs to take…to complete their identified course of study. Title 5 Section 55524

13 Student Success and Support Program Core Services Student Follow-up: Required for at-risk students Enrolled in Basic Skills courses Have not identified an education goal and course of study Are on Academic or Progress Probation – at risk of losing enrollment priority and BOG Fee Waiver

14 Service %MIS Data Element Frequency in Formula Initial Orientation10%SS06once during time student is served by the college * † Initial Assessment10%SS07once during time student is served by the college * † Abbreviated Student Education Plan 10%SS09once during time student is served by the college * † Counseling/Advising15%SS08 once per year per student during time student is served by the college Comprehensive Student Ed. Plan 35%SS09 once during time student is served by the college † (revisions or a new SEP in subsequent terms are counted under “other follow-up service”) At Risk Follow Up Services15%SS10 once per term during time student attends the college (after first term) Other Follow Up Services 5%SS11 up to four times during the year during time student attends the college (after first term) Funding Formula/MIS Data Elements

15 Justifiable Reasonable Used to support and meet costs of core services Any expenditure not in SSSP Plan must be approved by the Chancellor’s Office. Noncredit requires a minimum of ninety percent of funds expended on direct services to students. Allowable Use of Funds: General Rules

16 Builds upon the Student Success Task Force recommendations by prioritizing access for certain groups of students Specifies how certain qualified groups of students should receive enrollment priority Outlines requirements for students to lose enrollment priority Amended July 2014 to reflect statutory changes, conform to other regulatory changes and provide clarification Priority Enrollment Title 5 § 58108

17 Regulation Amendments

18 Clarifications: – Term “continuing student” replaced with “not new student” to clarify that students not meeting the definition of new student per 55530, must meet academic standards/unit cap requirements to be eligible for priority enrollment – Colleges may create subcategories of similarly situated students by units if necessary for server capacity; however, no one statutory group may register before another

19 Priority Enrollment Eligibility All new students, including those in statute, must have completed orientation, assessment, and developed student education plans to be eligible for Priority Enrollment Students that are not new, must be in good academic standing and not have exceeded unit cap to be eligible

20 AA-T/AS-T Degrees – 4 Years Later  32 (TMC) Major Templates Available  1,416 degrees active, 354 in the pipeline  87% of the target reached  Thousands of degrees awarded and students transferred

21 Administration of JusticeKinesiology Art HistoryMathematics Business AdministrationMusic Communication StudiesPsychology Early Childhood EducationPhysics Elementary EducationPolitical Science EnglishSociology GeologyStudio Arts GeographyTheater Arts HistoryComputer Science JournalismAnthropology SpanishPhilosophy Radio, Television, FilmAgriculture (3x) Nutrition and DieteticsChemistry Child and Adol. DevelopmentEconomics And others in progress…

22 In Progress and Next Steps  SB 440, Follow-up legislation signed October 2013  Among other things, calls for additional TMCs to be established in at least four “areas of emphasis” by 2016-17  Rollout of e-verify online degree verification this fall for Winter/Spring applicants  Rollout (est. October) of the ability to search by major, CCC or CSU campus for degree paths on

23 Questions? Contact Information: Mia Keeley, A&R/EAP/SSSP (916)323-5953

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