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Enrollment Management

 

 

Schedule Development

 

Adds↑

 

↓Cuts

General Education
And Transfer

Career and Technical Education

Basic Skills
Developmental English, Math and ESL

Academic and Career Success and Counseling

 

Tier One Adds↑
Grow these sections first.

 

↓Tier Four Cuts
Preserve these if at all possible.

 

 

Major or transfer requirements with few sections offered. Critical GE areas such as Speech or Critical Thinking where only a few courses meet the GE area. Critical classes such as Health Sciences prerequisites.

Required courses in CTE certificates/majors that are offered on a rotation plan or that are critical for students to complete a certificate/major. Stand alone courses required for professional development or industry certification leading to career entry or advancement. Courses mandated by regulatory agencies.

English, ESL and math pathway courses culminating in college-level skills. Higher level courses leading directly into college-level work or job training.

Orientation, career development, transfer planning, college success courses. Student leadership and governance.

 

Tier Two Adds↑
Add these after tier one

 

↓Tier Three Cuts
Cut judiciously

Sections that are required for general education or majors, but multiple sections are typically offered, some of which can be cut.

Sections of courses required for CTE certificates/majors, but multiple sections are offered, some of which can be cut.

Sections of courses in the primary pathway where multiple sections are typically offered, some of which can be cut.

Sections of courses in the primary pathway where multiple sections are typically offered, some of which can be cut.

 

Tier Three Adds↑
Add sections after tier one and two

 

↓Tier Two Cuts
Maintain enough so that students have elective choices

Sections that are restrictive electives within transfer majors where other choices are available

Courses that are restrictive electives within CTE certificates and majors where other choices are available

Courses that may be useful and supplemental to the primary pathway, but are not absolutely critical.

Courses that are supplemental but not absolutely critical

 

Tier Four Adds↑

 

↓Tier One Cuts
Cut all of these

Courses that are primarily avocational, recreational, or personal development. Degree applicable courses that attract mostly these types of students

CTE courses that are elective or stand-alone that mostly attract community members, not students training for jobs.

Courses that may provide useful content and practice but are not primarily focused on the pathway skills.

Courses that primarily serve as an “enrichment” function rather than fulfilling an identified need