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1. Commit to student completion of certificates, degrees, and transfer; and create
pathways which support the success, retention and persistence of students in their
2. Support unconventional, second-career students with a guided career track.
3. College-wide support for student success in job placement, salary increase, certificates
and degrees, transfer to a four-year institution, and personal enrichment.
4. Offer services to students to encourage student educational pursuit.
5. Create and or build am educational environment that supports and depends on student
6. Equip students with the knowledge and transferable skills so they can become productive
citizens in our community; provide clear pathways for students to achieve educational
goals; invest in opportunities to promote engagement; conduct provocative professional
development; and create innovative and flexible learning systems.
7. Promoting accountability, sustainability, and transparency while engaging students
in the attainment of educational goals, community services, and industry partnerships.
8. Streamlining duplicate programs in an attempt not just to consolidate, but to be
more efficient and reflective when analyzing results
9. Having measurable goals and outcomes for ALL programs to guarantee accountability
of programming in measuring student success. Building out accessibility of this data
10. How do we sustain pathways allowing students to matriculate faster?
11. Build a welcoming and supportive environment to ensure student retention
12. Learning outside the classroom.
13. Expand our current tutoring programs for specific studies and or program. This
would include special training for our tutors. Also another type of program that we
could use with the intranet such as confer to have immediate interaction with tutors
and or instructors during specific times.
14. More flexibility for courses offered at Cañada.
15. A student should be able to walk into the welcome center and be greeted by a worker
who can inform them of all the resources that Cañada can provide for them and encourage
them to look into specific transfer programs.
16. Support students in developing career paths and choose majors early in their educational
17. Engage students in a balance between education and extracurricular activities.
18. Close achievement gap for students.
19. Every student should be financially literate as part of their education.
20. Offer programs critical to student majors. Sustainable programs allowing students’
timely completion of degrees, certification and transfer majors. Sustainable programs
to allow students to reach their academic goals.
21. Streamline duplicate programs.
22. Provide weekly activities which includes food, music, give ways etc...to engage
more participation in student activities which ultimately promotes student success.
23. Provide a fair and transparent environment that ensures high academic standards
and services are available to all students to foster educational success, community
engagement, and leadership skills.
24. Provide an academically vigorous environment to challenge human potential.
25. Increase transfer rate.
26. Timely student completion- lower enrollment classes make it through the semester.
How do we sustain pathways allowing students to matriculate faster.
27. Offer services to students to encourage student’s educational pursuit.
28. Transforming lives while holding students to high academic standards in a diverse
and inclusive environment.
29. Encourage self-advocacy and self-assurance to successfully transfer.
30. Tutoring services will brooded educational opportunities.
31. To be a stepping stone for students to reach their educational goal.
32. Inspire students to be themselves and push themselves forward to find their potential.
33. Fostering an environment where students can develop the critical thinking skills
to choose a career path earlier on in their academic career.
34. Give students more opportunities for experiential learning as motivation to complete
their educational/career goal in a timely manner.
35. All students select an Academic Pathway that ensures students are engaged, directed,
focused and connected.
36. Holistically supporting students to excel in their academics.
37. Increase student support services and resources for evening students in order
to increase their attainment of academic/career goals Action:
• Increase course offerings, services, resources and tutors (staffing)
38. Developing positive self-advocacy skills to better navigate in their educational
and career prospects.
39. Increasing degree attainment and transfer rate.
40. Increase persistence to shorten student completion time. Action
• Create vibrant learning communities across areas of interest for students at varying
41. Assure students have a clear path to achieve educational and career goals.
42. Develop a campus community that embraces and integrates technology into the learning
experiences of students and community partners to better prepare them for the job
43. Build an educational environment that supports student success and completion
for students with children. Actions:
1. Develop and maintain a quality Child Development Center to provide our students
• quality childcare for children
• learning labs for ECE/psychology students
• and internship opportunities for others.
2. Develop a state of a state of the art learning lab for ECE/psychology students.
44. Fulfill a promise made by accepting students at varied levels of preparedness
by ensuring students have access to the necessary courses to complete their educational
objectives within 150% of the program length.
45. Expanding retention efforts to focus on all students. Prevent students from falling
through the cracks.
46. Educate and inform students about opportunities their personal goals now.
47. To obtain true awareness of the SES of the student body.
48. Increased financial support for programs while minimizing barriers and expediting
49. Make campus more accessible for commuting students, e.g., free shuttle from Sequoia
50. Community and students will have access to all college resources.
51. Create more welcoming environment for returning students, e.g., child care center.
52. Community students will have access to all college resources. "Computer, iPad
are available to all students.
53. Increased financial support while minimizing barriers.
54. Childcare opportunities to support our students, faculty and staff 55. Foster
a community that sees providing access to the liberal arts as fundamental to community
college education for all (equity). Access, training, awareness.
56. Every student has academic support resources (textbooks, laptops, access to internet)
necessary to reach their educational goals.
57. To provide adequate financial resources to allow for accessibility for students,
faculty and staff (housing, childcare, transportation).
58. Shuttles among our three campuses.
59. Below market rate housing for students.
60. Provide open access to the highest quality education, career opportunity, personal
enrichment and achievement within and beyond the classroom that will create a diverse,
socially-engaged community of learners. Objective ideas:
• identify barriers to access.
• closing student equity gaps related to the student educational journey.
• increase opportunities to service-learning experiences.
61. Accessibility for students, staff and faculty by providing financial resources.
62. Increase student enrollment by providing all full-time students with affordable
63. Increase student access by providing accessible (affordable, close in proximity),
quality child care for students and employees
64. To provide a welcoming environment to ensure that students are not intimidated
to ask for help. Whether it be for a simple explanation for what resources can be
provided for them, or just homework help.
65. Build educational environment that increases student access to technology and
encourages its implementation in the furtherance of academic goals.
66. Financial stability.
67. Instate tuition for students who take less than 6 units.
68. Every student has their basic needs met (food, housing, childcare, transportation)
in order to achieve their educational goal.
69. Know our students needs so that we can help them – know the barriers so that we
can address them.