Academic Achievmt Pers Success Courses
Students learn performance/achievement-based tools and competencies to assist in thinking critically about personal development expectations and social contexts. Engage in an action plan for future academic and personal success by understanding topics such as communication, motivation, and cultural competencies.
Assists students to identify their educational goals and chart their course to achieve success at City College of San Francisco. Topics include college policies and procedures, programs and services, expectations and requirements as well as the campus facilities, student's rights and responsibilities.
PREREQ: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: ENGL 1A and ENGL 1AS
An overview of the concepts and significance of factors that contribute to college transfer and success in college. Factors to be explored include social awareness, cultural identity, goal setting, educational planning, and college resources. Focus on understanding the
college/university systems and on understanding of the relationship of cultural experiences and college success.
This course is intended to help students on academic and/or progress probation to regain good academic standing. Students develop time management and motivational strategies and learn about available college resources to help them reach academic success. Students also learn about academic polices and educational goal options.
ADVISE: ESLN 3300 or placement in ESLN 3400 (Beginning High 4)
Introduction to the nature, purpose and application of noncredit studies and programs at City College of San Francisco. Topics include the range and variety of noncredit studies, contrast to credit studies, expectations for noncredit students, and introduction to the college’s services for noncredit students' success.