Whereas, Recommendation 3.2 (as of September 30, 2011) of the California Community College Student Success Task Force (established in response to Senate Bill 1143, Liu, 2010) would “require students receiving Board of Governors fee waivers to meet various conditions and requirements, as specified below.
- Require students receiving a BOG fee waiver to identify a degree, certificate, transfer or career advancement goal.
- Require students to meet institutional satisfactory progress standards to be eligible for the fee waiver renewal.
- Limit the number of units covered under a BOG fee waiver to 110 units”; and
Whereas, Students who participate in intervention models have an opportunity to improve their academic progress;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges recommend to the California Community College Student Success Task Force that prior to deeming students ineligible to receive a Board of Governors fee waiver the college will implement an intervention plan to allow the student to meet satisfactory progress standards within a reasonable time; and
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges request that the state provide sufficient funding for such intervention efforts prior to moving forward with the implementation of recommendation 3.2 (as of September 30, 2011).
This was on the SSTF. It id not exactly happen, although you could claim SSSP addresses it.