Central Carolina Community College, 2012-2017

The MAP to Higher Achievement at Central Carolina Community College
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On October 1, 2012, Central Carolina Community College was awarded a five-year, $1.65 million Title-III Strengthening Institutions Program grant by the U.S. Department of Education.  The title of the grant project is The MAP to Higher Achievement: Maximizing Academic Persistence with a College Success Center.

 

This page is designed to deliver regular updates on progress with the grant project.

Rolling Project Updates

  • Summer Bridge Kick-Off Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities.The College Success Center ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2016, 7:24 AM by Mike Beck
  • One Busy Summer Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities. During this summer semester ...
    Posted Jun 27, 2016, 6:22 AM by Mike Beck
  • Preparing for the Fall Semester Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities.Success Coaches and CCP ...
    Posted May 25, 2016, 9:49 AM by Mike Beck
  • Practicing What We Teach Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities. Project Goal 2: To ...
    Posted Apr 28, 2016, 6:57 AM by Mike Beck
  • Student Outreach Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities. Project Goal 2: To ...
    Posted Mar 29, 2016, 6:28 PM by Mike Beck
  • Building Relationships Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities.   The College Success Center ...
    Posted Feb 26, 2016, 12:30 PM by Mike Beck
  • Experience Makes the Difference Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities. Project Goal 2: To ...
    Posted Jan 12, 2016, 6:08 AM by Mike Beck
  • Tracking Success Project Goal 1: To maximize student access and success through creation of the College Success Center (CSC) that practices intentional student support and intrusive advising activities. Project Goal 2: To ...
    Posted Dec 16, 2015, 12:08 PM by Mike Beck
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2012-2017 Project Overview

Activity Purpose:
To positively impact retention, persistence, and graduation by proactively identifying students’ needs early and enhancing the College’s capacity to provide intentional support methods.Institutional Goals
(1) To maximize student access and success with creation of the College Success Center
(2) To develop and sustain high-performing employees who utilize technology to improve student achievement
(3) To champion the implementation of effective technologies such as advising/early-alert (EA) software.
Each goal is aligned with CCCC's 2010-2013 Strategic Plan.

Project Objectives:
In support of the Institutional Goa
ls, realistic and measurable objectives will be achieved by September 2017 to accomplish project goals:

1a) 50% of curriculum students participate in College Success Center activities
1b) Full-time retention increase of 6%

1c) Full-time enrollment/persistence of targeted programs increases 7%
1d) Graduation rate increases of 4%

2a) 100% of CSC staff trained in new advising/early-alert software and faculty in teaching technologies
2b) 100% of targeted faculty/staff trained in new advising/early-alert software and faculty in teaching technologies
2c) 100% of peer tutors trained in teaching technologies

3a) 75% of Faculty Advisors use advising/early-alert software to communicate with advisees and approve Success Plans
3b) 75% of targeted program students create an online Success Plan
3c) 10% retention increase for first-year, full-time retention students who complete the online Success Plan process
Subpages (1): Year 1 - Project Plan