Student Success and Support Program: Scaling Up

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Student Success and Support Program:
Scaling Up
Mia Keeley,
A&R/EAP/SSSP, CCCCO
CSU CCC Counselors Conference
Fall 2014
Presentation Overview
• Origins and Purpose of the Student Success
and Support Program (SSSP)
• Budget/Funding Update
• Core Services
• Associate Degrees for Transfer
• Priority Enrollment Update
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.
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
SSSP Planning & Implementation Timeline
Fiscal Year
2012-13
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
Fiscal Year
2013-14
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
Fiscal Year
2014-15
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)
Fiscal Year
2015-16
Implementation Year 2:
•
FY 15-16 allocations
based on 14-15 yearend data reported
•
Application of
funding formula
begins this year
•
80% of prior year
funding guaranteed
Fiscal Year
2016-17
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
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
2014-15 Credit SSSP Match
• 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.
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
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
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
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
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
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
Funding Formula/MIS Data Elements
Service
%
Initial Orientation
10%
MIS Data
Element
SS06
Frequency in Formula
Initial Assessment
10%
SS07
Abbreviated Student
Education Plan
Counseling/Advising
10%
SS09
15%
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 Services
15%
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)
once during time student is served by the
college *†
once during time student is served by the
college *†
once during time student is served by the
college *†
Allowable Use of Funds:
General Rules
•
•
•
•
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.
Priority Enrollment
Title 5 § 58108
• 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
Regulation Amendments
Regulation Amendments
• 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
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
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
Administration of Justice
Kinesiology
Art History
Mathematics
Business Administration
Music
Communication Studies
Psychology
Early Childhood Education
Physics
Elementary Education
Political Science
English
Sociology
Geology
Studio Arts
Geography
Theater Arts
History
Computer Science
Journalism
Anthropology
Spanish
Philosophy
Radio, Television, Film
Agriculture (3x)
Nutrition and Dietetics
Chemistry
Child and Adol. Development
Economics
And others in progress…
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
www.adegreewithaguarantee.com
Questions?
Contact Information:
Mia Keeley, A&R/EAP/SSSP
[email protected]
(916)323-5953
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