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  1. What is the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)?
  2. What are the benefits of participating in 3SP activities?
  3. What information will be covered in orientation?
  4. Where and when do I go for orientation?
  5. What is assessment?
  6. What assessment tests do I take?
  7. When and where do I go for assessment?
  8. What is needed for assessment and how can I prepare?

         1.  What is the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)?"

The Student Success and Support Program (3SP) include activities designed to
provide orientation, assessment and educational planning for new college
students. The program was developed to assist students with their educational planning so that they can complete their educational goal in a timely manner. and probation standards, what is needed to maintain registration priority and the pre-requisite and co-requisite challenge processes. Orientation additionally provides a description of available programs and support services including financial and, campus facilities and how these support services can be accessed. You will also learn about the academic calendar and important college timelines, selecting your courses and paying college fees. Other issues include policies and procedures the college determines as necessary to provide a comprehensive orientation to students including available education planning services.


2.  What are the benefits of Participating in 3SP activities?

 The Student Success and Support Program (3SP) include activities designed to
provide orientation, assessment and educational planning for new college
students. The program was developed to assist students with their educational planning so that they can complete their educational goal in a timely manner. and probation standards, what is needed to maintain registration priority and the pre-requisite and co-requisite challenge processes. Orientation additionally provides a description of available programs and support services including financial and, campus facilities and how these support services can be accessed. You will also learn about the academic calendar and important college timelines, selecting your courses and paying college fees. Other issues include policies and procedures the college determines as necessary to provide a comprehensive orientation to students including available education planning services.

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          3.  What information will be covered in orientation?

Orientation covers a number of areas including establishing academic expectations, understanding         progress and probation standards, what is needed to maintain registration priority and the pre-requisite and co-requisite challenge processes. Orientation additionally provides a description of available programs and support services including financial and, campus facilities and how these support services can be accessed. You will also learn about the academic calendar and important college timelines, selecting your courses and paying college fees. Other issues include policies and procedures the college determines as necessary to provide a comprehensive orientation to students including available education planning services.

 

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4.  Where and when do I go for orientation?

 

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5.  What is assessment?

 

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6.  What assessment tests do I take?

Orientations are available on-line.  Students can check the On-line Services tab on the home

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7.  When and where do I go for assessment?

 

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8.  What is needed for assessment and how can I prepare?

 

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