Optimal Student Preparation, Progression and Completion
- Promote students’ progression to goal completion by knowing our students and creating needed systems, processes, and learning environments
- Support academically underprepared students’ progression to college-level coursework by providing them with foundational skills, classes, and support.
Progression and Degree Completion
Students will participate in intentional experiences and support practices, particularly during their first year, that impact their ability to progress in their educational pathways.
Students will engage in high quality, high impact curricular and co-curricular courses, programs, and activities that clearly define learning outcomes, integrate theory with practice, and utilize diverse points of view.
Research & Information Systems
Faculty, staff, and administrators will use data, systems, and technologies within an evidence-based culture to continuously improve practices and policies in support of student engagement and success.
Instructional and student support practitioners will deepen individual and organizational capacity, knowledge, and abilities through committed investment in training and development activities.
|New Projects||Continuing Projects||Completed Projects*|
|Associate of Science Degree — Direct Transfer to UO or OSU||Achieving the Dream||ABE to Credential: Accelerating Opportunity|
|ConnectEd Lane County — Rites of Passage Bridge||CASE: Credentials, Acceleration and Support for Employment||CAPP Degree Audit Automation|
|Core to College||Mandatory Online Orientation|
|First Year Matters (Foundations of Excellence)||Title III: Engaging Students|
|Mandatory Online Advising||Win-Win|
|Oregon Adult Basic Skills Learning Standards|
|*Indicates project has been completed (objectives have been met and focus has shifted to scale and practice).|