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The College will assure access to quality post-secondary and community educational opportunities
Total Rating 3.5
Goal 1.1.a: Participate in outreach to the community
Rating 4.0 - Increase
Goal 1.1.b: Collaborate with K-12, CSUS and UC Merced to foster, promote, and facilitate educational opportunities
Co-Enrollment Students; those attending High School or 4-year institutions while enrolled at MJC.
Rating 3.0 - Steady
Goal 1.1.c: Provide services in modalities and day/time sequences that accommodate a diversity of needs
Identify program delivery methods and term length; Metric is fill rate above 90% east, west, DE, compared to previous year.
Enrollment Offering by Modality
Percentage of total sections offered, by modality of instruction
Change of +3% over 3 years in Online Modality
Enrollment Fill Rates by Location
Increased # units per student;
5 year average of change from year to year compared to change in last two years.
Rating 4.0 - Increase
Goal 1.1.d: Build and sustain educational pathways into, through, and beyond the college in support of the comprehensive community college mission
Non-Credit Program enrollment in Math Emporium, 900 Level courses which began in the summer of 2017
Baseline measurements - Enrollment of 202 students
Rating 3.0 - Baseline