Other Collaborative Programs and Efforts
The Office of Instructional Support Services and Retention collaborates
with other offices on a variety of projects in an effort to target
identified student populations or needs on campus, a few of those
24B Outreach - an outreach program designed to provide on-going
contact to students who enter the college in the 24 credit-hour
program. A collaborative initiative by Retention Services and the Individual
Athlete Retention Program - a multi-faceted program that provides academic support and mentoring for student athletes. A collaborative initiative by the Learning Assistance Center and the Athletic
CASP Math Outreach – the Collegiate Academic Support Program encourages students who enrolled at the college with a GED diploma to obtain help with mathematics courses. GED recipients that received an Early Warning System letter for a math class are called by a math specialist and a letter introducing CASP and the math support available is sent to other students with GEDs.
CET Faculty Mentor Program - funding for faculty to serve as mentors in the Faculty Resource Room, assisting classroom faculty in the use of instructional technology and incorporating activities that promote active, student-centered learning. A collaborative initiative by Retention Services and
the Center for Effective Teaching
College Success – a portal organization developed and maintained by faculty mentors in the Center for Effective Teaching. Resources include materials and links on a variety of topics and issues, as well as discussion threads for faculty and advisors to share best practices and new ideas and offer peer support.
Early Alert Lists – academic department chairs and various student support offices receive lists of students in their programs that were sent an Early Warning System letter by the fifth week of classes. This information is used by chairs, academic advisors and support staff when they assist these students develop strategies to succeed.