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Student Support (Re)defined

Student Support (Re)defined

Student Support (Re)defined in CCCs

Community colleges all over California are integrating findings from Student Support (Re)defined into policy and practice designed to strengthen student success and institutional effectiveness. Check out examples below.

Have your own example of how your work demonstrates the findings from Student Support (Re)defined? Contact Dr. Darla Cooper to share your experience!

Colleges Using Student Support (Re)defined

Allan Hancock College (AHC)
Allan Hancock College employed the six success factors to drive campus-wide conversations and action designed to improve student achievement. Learn more...

Berkeley City College (BCC)
Berkeley City College used the six factor framework as a basis for its student equity plan. Learn more...

Cañada College
Cañada used Student Support (Re)defined research to guide college planning efforts. Learn more...

Chaffey College
Chaffey embedded the six success factors and key Student Support (Re)defined findings into activities with multiple college stakeholders. Learn more…

College of the Canyons (COC)
COC has visibly promoted the six success factors on campus and used the research to inform professional development for a range of stakeholders. Learn more...

DeAnza College
DeAnza strategically employed Student Support (Re)defined findings in a number of college-wide initiatives, including SSSP and Student Equity planning and professional development. Learn more...

Feather River College (FRC)
FRC asked employees to make a personal commitment to helping students experience the six success factors. Learn more...

Laney College
Laney’s Faculty Senate engaged faculty, staff and students in dialogue about how to help learners feel meaningfully nurtured, engaged, and connected. Learn more...

Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC)
LASC developed a faculty mentor program designed to promote with success factors with students. Learn more…

Los Medanos College (LMC)
LMC used the six success factor framework to ask students, “What do your teachers do that helps you to be successful?,” then used the results to create a faculty workbook focused on strengthening their practice. Learn more…

MiraCosta College
MiraCosta has delivered activities and used approaches that help all students and practitioners actively understand and experience the six success factors. Learn more…

Modesto Junior College (MJC)
MJC used the six success factors framework to create student-centered brochure on how to be successful at the college and as a driver of its new student success coaching model. Learn more...

Santa Ana College (SAC)
SAC’s initiative, Student Success: It’s Personal, is a college-wide effort to create an equity-centered campus culture through professional learning focused on the six student success factors. Learn more...

Santa Barbara City College (SBCC)
SBCC’s Express to Success Program (ESP) models all five key themes from the Student Support (Re)defined research.  Learn more...

Shasta College
Shasta College used Student Support (Re)defined’s focus group questions to interview students and inform the development of their student equity plan. Learn more...

Ventura College (VC)
VC utilized the six success factors to pursue its Beacons of Success initiative — an effort designed to make adjustments to its institutional culture, with the goal of creating a more trusting, collegial, non-judgmental, transparent, and supportive environment among college faculty, staff, and administrators. Learn more...

Yuba College
Yuba College developed videos highlighting how students experience the six success factors at their institution. Learn more...