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Florentino Manzano (Co-Chair) Vice President, Student Services
Sheri Berger (Co-Chair) Dean, Academic Affairs
Academic Senate La Vergne D. Rosow
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Kristine P. Aslanyan
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Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) Committee
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Meetings: Every first Wednesday of the month
Location: Student Services Center 110
What is the Student Success and Support Program (formerly matriculation)?
Student Success & Support Program (SSSP) (formerly Matriculation) is a process that enhances student access to the California Community Colleges and promotes and sustains the efforts of credit students to be successful in their educational endeavors. The goals of Student Success & Support Program (formerly matriculation) are to ensure that all students complete their college courses, persist to the next academic term, and achieve their educational objectives through the assistance of the student-direct components of the student success & support program (formerly matriculation) process: admissions, orientation, assessment and testing, counseling, and student follow-up.
All components are required to use board adopted multiple exemption criteria, inform students of district procedures and provide modified services for ethnic and language minority students and disabled students.
What is the function of the Valley College Student Success and Support Program Advisory Committee (SSSP)?
It is the purpose of the Valley SSSP Advisory Commitee is to review and recommend policies, procedures and activities to enhance the campus-wide understanding of the philosophy and process of matriculation and to increase student success for all students.
For more information on the Student Success and Support Program (formerly matriculation) please visit the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
The Board of Governors for the California Community Colleges is considering and enacting a number of changes to the colleges designed to reward students who demonstrate that they are focused on efficiently and successfully progressing through a college transfer or career program.
New students who have completed college assessment, orientation, and developed education plans as well as continuing students in good academic standing who have not exceeded 100 units (not including units in basic English, math or English as a Second Language) will have priority over students who do not meet these criteria.
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