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The SSEC is a committee of the College Council, and will make recommendations to that body regarding issues of student success and student equity. However, in accordance with YCCD Board Policy 7-8049, the SSEC will engage in collegial consultation with the MJC Academic Senate on any matters that are “rely primarily” or “mutually agree” areas. The Committee is responsible for the planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and effectiveness of the following: Student Success and Support Program, Student Equity Planning, Basic Skills Initiative. The Committee will consider the implications and disseminate information regarding: AB86 Legislation (including Adult Education, Career Development and College Preparation [CDCP], Credit/Non-Credit coursework and vocational pathways.)
Do you have an idea for closing equity gaps? Need funding to make it happen? The Student Success and Equity Committee (SSEC) recently approved a process for MJC faculty, staff and administrators to apply for funding up to $2,500 for equity-related projects. These one-time funds are for projects that help close equity gaps for student populations identified in the MJC Student Equity Plan.
Mini-grant applications (fillable PDF) should be emailed to Flerida Arias, email@example.com or Curtis Martin firstname.lastname@example.org. Please pay close attention to the funding restrictions for all expenditures of Student Equity funds. Please call Curtis or Flerida with any questions you may have.