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    • 1. The Chaffey College Success Centers Laura Hope – Interim Dean, Instructional Support Cindy Walker– Instructional Specialist, Language Success Center
    • 2. The Former Model
      • Difficulties of the former Basic Skills organization:
      • Separation from disciplines
      • Self-assessment
      • Confusing numbering systems
      • Duplicated curriculum
      • Classified staffing and leadership
      • Limited budgets and poor facilities
      • Divisive campus culture
    • 3. Basic Skills Success Rates Success Rates 57.2% 1997-1998 56.2% 1998-1999 54.9% 1999-2000 Success Rates
    • 4. “ Access Doesn’t Mean Success”
      • 98% of students assessed are underprepared in either math, reading, or writing
      • 71% are deficient in all 3 categories
      • 31% are first generation college students
      • 21% have been out of school 5 or more years
      • Over 80% declare transfer as their goal
    • 5. The Conditions for Change
      • PFE funds for initiative
      • Moral imperative to improve
      • External visiting team report indicating challenges
      • Campus climate
      • Board Mandate
    • 6. Success Center Philosophy
      • Academic support should mimic the classroom
      • Academic support shouldn’t be stigmatized
      • All learning is developmental
      • The classroom instructor is an integral partner to effective academic support
    • 7. Creation of Success Centers
        • Instructional programs
        • District-supported
        • Central locations
        • Faculty leadership (7 Instructional
        • Specialists)
        • Multiple levels of support
        • Serve all students and faculty
        • Student-centered learning community
        • Connected to the classroom
    • 8. Chaffey College’s 8 Success Centers
      • Rancho Cucamonga Campus:
      • Writing Center
      • Math Center
      • Language Success Center
      • Multidisciplinary/Reading Success Center
      • Chino Campus:
      • Reading/Writing Center
      • Chino Multidisciplinary Success Center
      • Chino Institute for Women:
      • CIW Success Center
      • Fontana Campus:
      • Fontana Multidisciplinary Success Center
    • 9. The Success Center Population
      • Students in the following disciplines are required to participate in Center activities:
      • English, reading, modern languages, some math classes, some ESL classes, some guidance classes (60%)
      All other students may use any service in the Centers on a voluntary basis (30%) 50% access at least one Center every term 35% access two or more every term
    • 10. Success Center Curriculum
      • Directed Learning Activity
      • Study Group
      • Workshop
      • Tutoring
      • Lab Resources
    • 11. Success Centers Occupational Courses Foundation Courses Transfer Courses Cultural Integration
    • 12. Percent Gain in Success Rate for those who Accessed the Success Center by Academic Year
    • 13. Success Rates in “Basic Skills” Courses Pre- and Post-Transformation Success Rates
    • 14. Percent of Transfer Students Who Completed at Least One Pre-Collegiate Skill Level Course Percent of Transfer Students 23.4% 2007-2008 22.6% 2006-2007 6.4% 1998-1999 10.0% 1999-2000 11.3% 2000-2001 14.0% 2002-2003 15.2% 2003-2004 17.8% 2004-2005 20.7% 2005-2006 12.6% 2001-2002 Transfer Rate
    • 15. Impact of DLA on Writing Success
    • 16. Impact of Workshops on Language Success
    • 17. Honoring the Promise
      • “ I love the Success Center and feel without it I would have been totally lost.”
      • _____________________________________________
      • 68% of Chaffey Honors students started in a basic skills course
      • 95% of students surveyed agree or strongly agree that a connection exists between Success Center and classroom activities
      • 46% access the Success Centers each term
      • 41% of students accessed a Success Center at least twice a week
      • 35% of the students who used a Success Center accessed two or more Success Centers

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