Student Success Center
Mission: The mission of the Student Success Center is primarily focused on student personal and academic success which guides our interactions with students. We seek positive outcomes for students by carefully attending to the barriers they are experiencing with the goal of self-empowerment and behavioral change on the part of those students in a case management approach. In addition, our mission includes support for academic advisors, attendance policy implementation, administering standardized tests, proctoring tests for internal and external instructors and agencies, monitoring course prerequisites, provision of behavioral and counseling related services and referral, overseeing ADA accommodations for students, coordinate articulations and plans of study with high schools and constant evaluation of our work.
1. Testing Services (There will be a $20 test proctoring fee for all individuals not enrolled at PCC and requesting proctoring services).
a. Course Placement - COMPASS, ASSET
c. Exit Exams - CAAP, WorkKeys
d. Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory
e. Kansas Vocational Scholarship test
f. Proctoring - eduKan, Pratt Online, others
2. Counseling-related Services and Referral (campus-based and eLearning)
a. Academic case management services (behavioral intervention)
b. Attendance Policy Implementation
c. Academic Alert processing
d. Counseling referral
3. Academic Advising, Classroom Support and Related Services
a. Major, advisor and degree initiation and changes
b. Advising folder preparation
c. Direct academic advising - eduKan and College Bridge Program
d. Audit courses for prerequisites
e. Proctor make-up tests
4. Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
a. Matching accommodations to disability
b. Overseeing resources used for accommodations
c. Providing extended test time
d. Providing counseling-related services and referral
e. Academic advising of some students with disabilities
5. Career Development Services
a. Kansas Career Pipeline,
b. Behavioral and counseling-related services
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