Matriculation

Spring
1992
Resolution Number
10.01
 
Contact
Mike Anker
Assigned to
Unassigned
Category
Matriculation
Status
Assigned

Whereas matriculation should be a powerful method for increasing the rate of student success, and

Whereas matriculation will have a significant impact on prerequisites and the transfer curriculum at local campuses, and

Whereas there is great concern that matriculation is becoming a compliance process with little effect on student success, and

Whereas there has been enough experience at various colleges to permit wide publication of the biggest problems and most effective techniques,

Resolved that the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges direct the Executive Committee to prepare a model for local senate involvement in the implementation of an effective matriculation process for presentation at a future session.