Matriculation is a process which brings together a college and a student who enrolls for credit into an agreement for the purpose of realizing the student's educational objective. The agreement includes the provision of an admissions process, college orientation, pre-enrollment assessment, advisement and counseling for course selection, a suitable program of studies, and follow-up on student progress. The student agrees to express at least a broad educational objective at entrance. He or she also agrees to declare a specific educational objective within a reasonable period of enrollment, attend class and completed coursework diligently, and maintain progress toward an educational goal.
The purpose of Matriculation is to ensure access to appropriate programs and courses offered by community colleges to all students who can benefit, and to facilitate successful completion of student educational objectives in accordance with applicable standards of educational quality as determined by the Board of Governors and local trustees.
The college provides an appeals process. Consult a counselor for review of the following matriculation concerns:
- Review of placement decisions.
- Waiver & challenge of prerequisites.
- Complaint of unlawful discrimination. If a student feels that assessment, orientation, counseling, prerequisites, or any other matriculation procedure is being applied in an unfair manner, he or she should consult with the Vice-President of Student Services or designee.
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