See Appendix XII for details.
The primary goal of Student Equity and Achievement (SEA) Program is to assist all students in attaining academic success. It is a partnership between the College and the student for the purposes of defining and realizing the student’s educational goal. This agreement includes responsibilities for both the college and the student, who work together combining several activities and processes to develop a Student Educational Plan (SEP). The SEP is a schedule of recommended courses the student must take to achieve their educational goals. Within the Student Equity and Achievement Program process both college and student responsibilities are defined.
The following Student Equity and Achievement Program activities must be completed before registration:
- An online and/or in-person orientation;
- Assessment through multiple measures, including but not limited to:
- guidance for Math, English, and English as a Second Language
- evaluation of other college coursework
- high school courses and grades
- career and interest inventories
- which result in course placement recommendations;
- Counseling advisement resulting in the development of a Student Educational Plan.
Additional requirements and exceptions apply. Consult Appendix XII for full policy and procedures regarding Student Equity and Achievement Program services.