The Matriculation and Student Success Committee maintains responsibility for developing standards, policies, and procedures relative to student matriculation including student recruitment, preparation and success.

Agendas and Minutes


  1. To address policies, procedures, and practices that will have a significant effect on students. This includes, but is not limited to, student assessment, retention, transfer, and matriculation. Included are plans, services, and student services programs designed to assist students in successfully meeting their educational goals, completing vocational educational programs, and attaining desired skill level improvement.
  2. To forward proposals regarding academic and professional matters to the Academic Senate.
  3. To forward recommendations regarding non- academic and professional matters to the College President.


  1.  To arrange in-service training for faculty and staff regarding matriculation programs and services.
  2.  To review and provide input for public information programs focused on area communities and high schools.
  3.  To review proposed revisions for matriculation services:
    1. Admissions
    2. Assessment
    3. Orientation
    4. Counseling
    5. Follow-up
    6. Research and Evaluation
  4. To develop and review proposed revisions for the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) Plan.
  5. To review outreach program proposals and proposed revisions to outreach services.
  6. To review proposed revisions of the college’s implementation of District Student Grievance and Code of Conduct policies.
  7. To review proposed revisions and provide input to the College Student Handbook/Guide.
  8. To review proposed revisions leading to improvements in student services
  9. To disseminate information about Assessment/Placement validation through the OIR to appropriate constituencies.
  10. To assume responsibility for other academic and professional matters regarding matriculation and student success as mutually agreed upon between Academic Senate President and the College President.
  11. To ensure all committee actions comply with the standards set forth by the Education Code and Title V.
  12. To assess and revise as necessary committee processes and plans on a cyclical basis.


Total number of members is sixteen (16), including representation from the following constituency groups:

  1. Administrators (1)
    1. Administrative Liaison - Vice President of Student Services or designee (1)
  2. Faculty (9)
    1. Faculty Chair (1)
    2. Faculty (8), one from each area
  3. Classified (4)
    1. Admissions and Records (1)
    2. Student Services (1)
    3. Classified At Large (2), one of which must be from non-Student Services area
  4. Students (2)
  5. Resource
    1. Dean of Planning and Research or designee (non-voting)

Committee Membership Roster