Keep Students on a Path

Practices in this area include strategies for students and advisors to monitor progress in a program of study, academic and non-academic supports to help students stay on track, interventions for students unlikely to be admitted to selective programs and student-centered scheduling.

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Kellogg Community College

New students at Kellogg Community College are required to complete an orientation course that provides resources to help students be more successful.One module--"What if I don't get into my program?"--addresses the topic of selective programs and discusses alternatives for students who are not able to meet the criteria.

Patrick Casey

Director, Career and Employment Services