End #1: Student Success Pathways
A student-centered experience will ensure opportunities for students to learn the skills necessary to achieve their educational goals.
Strategy 1.1 Access- Improve services and outreach initiatives to students considering GRCC
Strategy 1.2 Persistence – Provide college programs, resources and systems to support students in their educational pathway.
Strategy 1.3 Student Support – Improve support services to instill in students the skills necessary to be effective learners, citizens and individuals
Strategy 1.4 Student Learning - Improve student success through the creation, revision, and monitoring of curriculum and assessment
Strategy 1.5 Completion – Increase the number of students who earn degrees or certificates at GRCC
End #2: Workforce Pathways
GRCC will prepare students for the workforce in our community and the world.
Strategy 2.1 Knowledge and Infrastructure – Ensure that resources, and infrastructure are effectively organized and consistently aligned to provide students and other stakeholders with an efficient, successful, user-centered system to promote the attainment of skills necessary to enter the workforce
Strategy 2.2 Student Pathways – Provide expanded engagement opportunities for students related to work goals
End #3: Transfer Pathways
GRCC prepares students to transfer to the college or university of their choice.
Strategy 3.1: Knowledge and Infrastructure -Ensure that college messaging, alignment with secondary and other post-secondary institutions, resources, and infrastructure are effectively organized to provide students and other stakeholders with an efficient and effective system to promote transfer
CAP 3.1.2: - Improve GRCC’s infrastructure and ability to develop collaborative programs to enhance student preparedness for post-secondary education through high school and community partnerships, articulation agreements, and early and middle college initiatives
Strategy 3.2: Student Pathways - Provide students with the experiences, preparation, and support necessary for successful transfer to a four-year college
*College Action Project