Student Success Committee
The Student Success Committee reports directly to the College Advisory Council (CAC). Charge
The San Jose City College Student Success and
Equity Committee will serve as an instrument for college-wide collaboration with
regard to student access, achievement and engagement.
The committee will provide leadership for the
planning, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive student success plan
that includes, but is not limited, to components of the Student Success and
Support Program plan, Student Equity plan and Basic Skills Initiative.
In addition, the committee will monitor and make recommendations
to the College Advisory Council and Academic Senate.
members are expected primarily to represent general institutional interests beyond
the interests of their disciplines, division, or special interests. Members will work in an open, collaborative,
and objective process toward consensus on recommendations to promote student
success and to align with the District and College mission and values.
Review and contribute to the College Student Success & Support Program (Matriculation Plan), Student Equity and Basic Skills plans.
Make recommendations on college-wide student success performance indicators and other college data.
Make recommendations on prioritizing resource allocation with funding.
Gather & monitor college student success data.
Identify strategies already in place that help students achieve success.
Identify achievement and equity gaps where strategies need to be developed.
Develop a Student Success and Support Program plan to guide the college's work in creating pathways.
Identify obstacles to student success.
Implement immediate actions to address/remove obstacles.
Establish clear local definitions and measures of student success.
Establish specific success goals or targets for the current academic year.
Develop long-term action plans/interventions for improving student success.
Recommend priorities for the basic skills and student success agenda.
Collaborate with other established groups, committees, taskforces and programs to share information and minimize duplication of efforts.
Publicize recommendations to other shared governance bodies on campus.
Agenda and minutes shall be
posted in an electronic folder in advance and at the meetings.
Committee actions should
reflect a majority vote by a quorum of the members.
Meetings will be held on the
1st and 3rd Thursday of month from 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
throughout the academic year.
Meetings are open to all
members of the SJCC Community.
member shall represent the broad areas of instruction including
transfer/general education programs, vocational programs, and basic skills/ESL
programs and Student Affairs including matriculation/counseling and special
committee membership will consist of the following:
Four faculty appointed by
the Academic Senate
Four students appointed by
the Associated Student Government
Four classified appointed by
appointed by MSCC and the College President
Chair of the Basic Skills
One member from the Office
of Institutional Effectiveness and Student Success (IESS)
Student Success Committee will be co-chaired by the Vice-President of Student
Affairs and a faculty member.
Student Success Committee meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
from 2:30pm - 4:00pm. The meeting dates for fall 2015 are as
September 3, 2015
**September 21, 2015
rescheduled from 9/17
October 1, 2015
October 15, 2015
November 5, 2015
November 19, 2015
Below are the Student Success Committee documents, agendas, and minutes for your convenience.
Roland Montemayor (Chair)
Jennifer Nestojko, Co-Chair