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Modesto Junior College

Support Service Learning Outcomes

support services

Expected learning outcomes for support services are defined and published on web pages for each service area. SSLOs are also communicated at the point of service such as appointments, workshops, presentations, and related activities.

The following are Student Services Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs). Each Support Service Learning Outcome is mapped to/informs a Service Area Outcome in eLumen. The mapping is indicated after each SSLO

CalWORKs

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will understand CalWORKS services and follow the regulations necessary to maintain program eligibility.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. CalWORKs students understand and follow the CalWORKS program student agreement.
2. CalWORKs students will be knowledgeable about CalWORKS program requirements and services.

Campus Life & Student Learning SAO

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will have the opportunity to gain leadership training and development.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students entering the Project LEAD program will increase skills regarding MJC History, Teamwork, Conflict Resolution, and Time Management.

Career Development and Transfer Center

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will know the process to successfully access resources at the Career Development and Transfer Center.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will understand the necessary steps in the application process to apply to the UC and/or CSU, and will demonstrate this knowledge through the electronic submission of their application.
2. Students will be knowledgeable of the Career Development and Transfer Center resources.

Counseling Center

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of counseling services available on campus as well as components of services where their needs are not met.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will demonstrate increased knowledge in the three patterns offered after meeting with a counselor (GE, CSU, IGETC).
2. Students will accurately calculate a college GPA and effectively monitor their progress towards educational goals.

Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS)

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. DSPS students will understand the accommodations and services available for them.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. DSPS students will be able to identify and utilize effective accommodations, including technology, to complete their goals.
2. DSPS students will be able to request and use accessible materials to compensate for their functional limitations.

Enrollment Services

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will be able to identify the various services provided by the Enrollment Services department.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will be able to identify the requirements and the process of the Academic Renewal by attending a workshop and taking part in a pre and post survey.
2. Students will be able to identify and select the various General Petitions available to students by taking part in a pre and post survey.

EOPS/CARE

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will understand EOPS/CARE services and follow the regulations necessary to maintain program eligibility.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. EOPS/CARE students will understand and follow the Mutual Responsibility Contract.
2. EOPS/CARE students will be knowledgeable about EOPS/CARE program requirements and services.

Health Services

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will be knowledgeable about resources to improve wellness.
2. Students will understand the benefits of mental health services.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will identify health resources on and off campus.
2. Students referred to Mental Health counseling will be satisfied with the therapy received.

Student Financial Services

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will understand the rules, regulations, and commitments of receiving financial aid at MJC.
2. Students will understand the financial aid application process through the assistance provided by Student Financial Services.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will understand MJC Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) regulations, requirements, and appeal opportunities through workshops made available to them when they reach Financial Aid warning status due to low GPA, Pace Rate, or both.
2. Students will learn how to complete the Financial Aid application during Financial Aid Fridays and other workshops.

Student Success and Access

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. The Office of Student Success and Access will provide core services to area high school students.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will be knowledgeable about admissions, financial aid applications, assessment testing, and enrollment in courses specific to their academic goals.

Student Success and Support Program

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will complete orientation, assessment testing, and student educational planning.
2. Students at all levels of academic or progress probation will experience greater retention rates through follow-up services.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will be able to complete core steps after meeting with a Student Success Specialist.
2. Students will show increased knowledge of student support services on campus after meeting with a Student Success Specialist.
3. Students will utilize campus resources that will assist them with goal attainment upon completing service interventions with a Student Success Specialist.
4. Students will understand and comply with college requirements to remain in good standing upon completing service interventions with Student success Specialist.

TRIO Pre-College Programs

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will understand college application and financial aid processes.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Program participants will demonstrate understanding of student responsibilities as an MJC college student.
2. Program participants will understand financial aid terminology and the FAFSA completion process.

TRIO Student Support Services

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Students will access and complete state and federal financial aid to meet their full financial needs.
2. Students will be able to research and understand transfer admissions requirements to CSU and UC, as well as how to apply online for transfer programs.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Students will understand Student Financial Aid awards and Pell Grant requirements.
2. Students will be able to select the CSU or UC campus that best fits their educational goals, and to identify the CSU or UC admissions and transfer requirements.
3. Students will be able to complete the CSU Online Admissions Applications process.

Veteran Resource Center

Service Area Outcomes (SAO)
1. Veteran and Dependent students will know about available resources and services specifically designed for Veteran and Dependent students at Modesto Junior College.

Support Service Learning Outcomes (SSLO)
1. Veteran and Dependent students will be able to identify and understand educational benefits earned through military service.
2. Veteran and Dependent students will understand degree requirements, as well as receive necessary referrals and interventions in order to improve retention, transfer, and graduation rates.
3. Veteran and dependent students will understand terminology and community resources available through military service upon completion of meeting with Veteran Center staff.

Institutional Effectiveness

Contact Us

Jenni Abbott
Dean, Institutional Effectiveness
Phone: (209) 575-7795
Email: abbottj@mjc.edu

Scott Kerlin, Ph.D.  
Director, College Research
Phone: (209) 575-6727 
Email: kerlins@mjc.edu

James Palmer, MBA
College Research Analyst
Phone: (209) 575-6220
Email: palmerj@mjc.edu

Location

East Campus
Morris Memorial Building
Room 211