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Core Requirement 2.10

The institution provides student support programs, services, and activities consistent with its mission that promote student learning and enhance the development of its students. (Student Support Services)

compliance

Summary

Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) demonstrates compliance with this core requirement. CFCC has shown that its seven units of the Student Development Division are consistent with its mission and promote student learning and development. These seven units are Administration, Enrollment Management, Financial Aid/Veteran Services, Counseling/Disability Support Services, Career and Testing Services, Registrar/Records, and Student Activities/Athletics. The Student Development Committee, which contains representatives from key areas of the College, reviews and recommends student policies and procedures. CFCC has provided detailed descriptions for each unit in this division.

Narrative

Cape Fear Community College demonstrates compliance with this standard by providing student support programs, services, and activities that are consistent with its mission, promote student learning, and enhance the development of its students (CFCC Mission Statement). Comprised of seven units, the division of Student Development is headed by the vice president of student development who has the responsibility of providing these programs, services, and activities. These seven units are Administration, Enrollment Management, Financial Aid/Veteran Services, Counseling/Disability Support Services, Career and Testing Services, Registrar/Records, and Student Activities/Athletics. In all programs and services provided by Student Development at Cape Fear Community College, the value of extending student learning beyond the classroom is recognized and reinforced.

The Student Development Committee has the responsibility to review and recommend policies and procedures as they concern services to students. This committee is made up of the president of the faculty association and other faculty members, the associate director of the Foundation, the Huskins/cooperative education coordinator, the diversity committee chair, a student representative, the registrar and additional Student Development personnel, including the vice president of Student Development (Student Development Committee).

Administration
The Administration unit, led by the vice president of Student Development, oversees all student support programs, services and activities. The assistant to the vice president of student development plans and organizes educational activities designed to help students succeed academically and personally, as well as promote learning outside the classroom. Activities include the annual Harvest Health Fair, National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, Great American Smokeout, Constitution Day, Veterans Day, and Student Success Workshops (2005-2006 Events and Workshops). The health fair provides information on health related topics, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, back and neck care, cold and flu remedies, sexually transmitted diseases, alcohol and drug abuse, and mental health issues. Additional topics presented, relevant to the needs of CFCC students, are money management, domestic violence, sexual assault prevention, nutrition, hurricane preparedness, family planning, and parenting skills. Community organizations, businesses and private practitioners volunteer their time to come on campus and provide this information for CFCC students, faculty and staff (Health Fair Topics) (Health Fair Providers). This unit also publishes a CFCC Day Planner (CFCC 2005-06 Day Planner) which lists Student Development organized events and important dates in the CFCC academic calendar. The day planner is available at both CFCC bookstores and at new student orientations.

Enrollment Management (Admissions)

The Enrollment Management unit supports the mission of the College by recruiting and enrolling a diverse student body through its open door policy and by participating in various recruiting activities (CFCC Mission Statement). Recruiting events include visits to churches, high schools, college fairs, businesses, Chamber of Commerce expos, and the Carolina Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACRAO) tour (2004-05 Recruiting Efforts) (Thank You Letter). Enrollment Management facilitates student success and enhances student learning by distributing information about the various curriculum programs offered at Cape Fear Community College and by providing assistance with the application for admission process (Admissions). In preparation for student admission and enrollment, this unit manages the electronic and paper records of all prospective curriculum students and effectively communicates the students’ application status through correspondence with the student (Application Status Letter). Admissions staff also coordinates campus visits to familiarize prospective students with the facilities, academic programs, and student services (Campus Visits).

Enrollment Management presents New Student Orientation programs that initiate student learning and help students succeed (Orientation Survey Results). New Student Orientation programs are available both on campus and online to introduce student support services and ease the students’ transition into college life (Online Orientation). Students are given an opportunity for early registration and a tour of the campus during the on campus program (Orientation Agenda).

Enrollment Management also participates in Student Success Workshops (Student Success Workshops) by offering a workshop on “Residency Issues.” This workshop is designed to give students who are classified as “out-of-state” information on the requirements for “in-state” classification (Residency Classification Brochure). Information presented in the workshop is also available in the Enrollment Management office and on the CFCC website (Residency Status).

Enrollment Management provides opportunities for students to discuss transfer/career options with admissions staff from various four-year colleges and universities throughout North Carolina. This event is called College Transfer Day and is held during the fall semester at CFCC (College Transfer Day).

Financial Aid/Veteran Services
The Financial Aid office provides a comprehensive array of financial assistance options that, consistent with the Cape Fear Community College mission statement, helps students succeed by providing solutions to overcoming financial barriers to education. This unit contributes to the local economy and community development by helping students pay on and off campus expenses, thus allowing them to train and work in the community (CFCC Mission Statement). The Financial Aid office assists in enrolling and retaining students by providing financial support through federal grants, the federal work-study program, federal loans, state grants, private donor scholarships, and CFCC Foundation scholarships (Financial Aid/Veteran Services). Student body diversity is encouraged through many of the available scholarships that target under-represented students, such as the physically impaired, learning disabled, single mothers, rural area residents and individuals with low socio-economic status (Scholarships for Full-Time Students pg 22).

Financial aid applications, information on types of financial aid, and how to apply can be found in the Financial Aid offices at the Wilmington and North Campuses. The offices are open extended hours to serve both day and evening students (Paying for College). The CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook also explains the types of aid available, how to apply, eligibility standards, and other CFCC policies and procedures regarding financial aid (Financial Aid pg 21). This information, as well as links to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and other federal student aid websites, is available on the CFCC website (Financial Aid/Veteran Services). Financial aid information is provided during New Student Orientation (Online Orientation) and in the Quick Facts Brochure (Quick Facts Brochure). The Financial Aid office provides on campus service to veterans by coordinating approvals and paperwork necessary for benefit payments (Veterans Services).

Financial Aid also offers a Student Success Workshop that informs students on the type of aid available, how to apply, and how grade point average (GPA) and course completion rates affect eligibility for financial aid. This workshop is offered on the Wilmington and North Campuses during the fall and spring semesters (2005-2006 Events and Workshops).

Counseling/Disability Support Services

The Counseling unit contributes to the overall mission of the College by providing support services and activities that help students succeed (CFCC Mission Statement). Professionally trained counselors provide academic, personal, and career counseling on an on-going basis to students and prospective students. Academic counseling is provided to students by appointment and on a walk-in basis for such things as program requirements, graduation readiness, excessive absences, admissions to Health Science programs of study, and study skills. By providing counseling services, academic advising, academic and crisis intervention, and disability services, the Counseling unit promotes student learning and enhances the development of students. Counselors assist in enrolling and advising students transferring from other colleges by evaluating any previous college coursework and awarding credit for transfer course equivalencies in accordance with the policy outlined on page 4 of the CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (Admission of Transfer Students pg 4).

To promote student learning and retain a diverse student body, several methods are used to identify students who are having difficulties in class so that counseling can be provided. With the Early Alert System, the instructor, after notifying the student of his/her intent, makes a referral to the Counseling office (Early Alert Form). Counselors also help students succeed by advising students who are on academic probation. Students who fall below Satisfactory Progress Standards for two consecutive semesters are placed on academic probation and must meet with a counselor to obtain approval for registration (Registration Approval Form). Students who fail to meet Satisfactory Progress Standards for three consecutive semesters are placed on academic suspension and are required to meet with a counselor to develop a “Plan for Success” (Plan for Success Form), as explained on page 19 of the CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (Academic Warning, Probation, and Suspension pg 19).

Counselors also contribute to student success, promote student learning, and aid the College’s retention efforts by teaching ACA 111, College Student Success, classes. This course is designed to promote the personal development essential for success, to help students function effectively within the college environment, and to help them meet their educational objectives (ACA 111 Course Description pg 144). Students on academic suspension are required to pass this class with a grade of “C” or better. Counselors also provide Student Success Workshops on study skills, time/stress management, and other topics that may impact student success. These workshops are available to all interested students, not just those having academic difficulties.

CFCC Counselors also visit the GED and Adult High School Programs each semester to supply information and encourage students to continue their education by enrolling in curriculum programs following completion of their GED or Adult High School studies.

Career counseling, done in conjunction with the Career and Testing unit, provides opportunities for Counselors to explore career options with students and relate the options to college majors and programs of study at CFCC and at other colleges and universities. Students who are researching programs of study visit with counselors and use the unit’s library of catalogs and handbooks from both public and private schools. The Counseling unit coordinates with area four-year colleges and universities to have admission representatives meet with CFCC students on campus to discuss education and career opportunities. The University of North Carolina at Wilmington sends a representative to CFCC four times each semester (UNCW Flyer). Each year the Counseling unit hosts one-day informational workshops for local middle and high school counselors (Middle School Counselor Day, High School Counselor Day). These efforts, while interacting and cooperating with others to encourage and promote community development, aid in recruiting and advising a diverse student body (CFCC Mission Statement).

In further efforts to interact and cooperate with others to encourage, promote and facilitate economic and community improvement, the counseling unit utilizes community resources to enhance development and help students succeed (CFCC Mission Statement). Students may talk with counselors concerning personal issues such as relationships, family/marital concerns, financial problems, and their physical and mental health. Counselors make referrals to outside agencies to assist students with concerns that require services and support that the College cannot provide. Locating quality cost effective resources for students is an on-going endeavor of the Counseling Unit.

The Counseling unit hosts an annual Student Recognition Ceremony for CFCC students (Student Recognition Ceremony Invitation). This activity promotes student learning, enhances student life, and adds to the development of students by recognizing academic achievement, outstanding service to clubs and organizations, and athletic excellence. This type of recognition and positive reinforcement contributes to student success (CFCC Mission Statement).

Students who are taking classes via the Internet and/or telecourses may visit the Distance Learning page of the CFCC website for specific information relevant to their counseling needs (Distance Learning). In addition, there are three counselors who have been trained in best practices for distance learning counseling (ReadyMinds). Counseling services are available Monday through Friday on both the Wilmington Campus and the North Campus. Operating hours are extended Monday through Thursday to accommodate working and evening students (Counseling Office).

Disability Support Services is an additional component of the Counseling unit. Its purpose is to ensure that students with disabilities are not discriminated against and have access to all programs, activities and services provided by the College. These services help students succeed by providing personal and academic counseling, registration assistance, and classroom adaptations. Student learning is promoted through note takers, books in alternative formats, extended time on tests, tutors, academic aids, assistive technology equipment, and interpreters for the deaf and hearing impaired (Accommodation Sheet). Information on services offered and how to work effectively with students with disabilities is available in the Disability Services Faculty/Staff Handbook. This handbook is available to College employees at professional development workshops, in one-on-one meetings with Disability Support Services counselors, and on the CFCC Intranet (Disability Services Faculty/Staff Handbook). Disability Support Services is a key component to retaining students with disabilities who, without a liaison between them and their instructors, might give up on obtaining a college education. Information regarding Disability Support Services is available in the Disability Support Services offices on the Wilmington and North Campuses, and on the CFCC website (Disability Support Services). The Disability Support Services brochure is included in all CFCC application and orientation packets (Disability Support Services Brochure).

Career and Testing Services
The primary responsibility of the testing services branch of the Career and Testing Services unit is to administer assessments that provide accurate placement of students into courses at the appropriate academic level (Testing Services). Its secondary role is to assist Continuing Education by administering General Educational Development tests (GED Tests). GED tests are administered on both campuses as well as area jail and prison facilities. Additionally, Career and Testing Services offers the Psychological Service Bureau (PSB) tests for students applying to certain Health Science programs that have selective admission requirements (Psychological Service Bureau). Further information regarding placement can be found on page 8 of the CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook and in Career and Testing Services handouts (Placement Testing pg 8) (Career and Testing FAQ Document) (Placement Test Advising Guide pg 9). In addition, the office provides proctored testing services for students enrolled in distance learning programs at other colleges.

The Accuplacer (Accuplacer) is the primary assessment test administered for student placement at Cape Fear Community College (Placement Testing Schedule). The test is delivered via the Internet and students receive their results and advisement information immediately after completion of testing. Placement testing is also offered at New Hanover and Pender High Schools (Huskins) (Concurrent Enrollment).

GED testing is offered on campus twice a month with one test administration being conducted during the day and one during the evening (GED Testing Schedule). Students pursuing a GED are referred for testing through the Continuing Education Basic Skills Division (Basic Skills Division). Inmates are provided with GED testing services at the New Hanover County jail and New Hanover and Pender County Prisons. Students obtaining their GED are invited to participate in graduation and encouraged to continue their studies at CFCC (Graduation Ceremony Program).

The mission of the career services branch of the Career and Testing Services unit is to encourage and assist students and graduates in the continuous process of career planning, career decision-making, planning for marketability and job searching (Career Services). In addition, the Career Center offers several job placement services to students and graduates desiring part-time, full-time and seasonal employment. The staff offers assistance to individuals and groups in the development of career goals by examining aptitudes and values, then exploring career interests.

The online Career Key service is the main assessment instrument used to assist students in choosing a career (Career Key). It uses the personality type and the interests of the student to generate a list of careers that match the student’s profile. NC Careers, North Carolina’s Career Information System, is another career assessment tool available to CFCC students. It is a website that provides comprehensive information about occupations and post secondary training sites and programs in North Carolina (NC Careers).

To assist students and graduates in obtaining employment, Career Services posts job listings on job boards located on both the North and Wilmington Campuses. Job interviewing and resume writing information is provided in the offices as well as on the web. Workshops on interviewing skills and resume writing are offered periodically throughout the year. A handout of salary information for the various programs of studies is provided (Program Wage and Salary Information). As a service to students, graduates, and employers, Career Services maintains a webpage (Career Connection). This webpage provides students and graduates with an avenue to search for jobs and to post resumes for employers’ review. It also provides employers with opportunities to post their job listings.

CFCC offers a job fair annually. Employers interact with students and graduates to provide company information and to recruit new employees. Students and graduates have the opportunity to present their resumes and to learn more about job opportunities (Career Services).

In keeping with its mission, the College reviews existing programs every five years (CFCC Mission Statement). Career and Testing Services supports the program review process by conducting a Graduate Employment Survey (Program Review). Information such as program employment rate and employee salary is collected (Graduate Employment Survey Results). Results of the survey are factored into the overall program review report (Annual Programs Review).

Registrar/Records
The Registrar/Records unit provides effective registration processes, ensures the accuracy and integrity of records, and provides graduation readiness information to students in an effort to help students succeed (CFCC Mission Statement). This unit, in order to improve student support programs and services, collaborates with other areas of the College on computer technology upgrades, policy and procedure revisions, and collecting student data used for curriculum improvement.

The Registrar/Records unit coordinates efforts to enroll, advise, and retain a diverse student body by offering several options for registration. The Telephone Registration at Cape Fear (TRAC) system allows current students to register via telephone and is available to students for several weeks during the semester (TRAC). A Registration Center is open during the summer to provide advising and registration opportunities for both new and returning students (Registration/Advising Center brochure). In addition, on campus registration opportunities are offered during New Student Orientation and at the beginning of each semester. New advising and registration options are currently being added, including a fall Registration Center, as well as web advising and registration, with the conversion to the Datatel Colleague administrative computing system (WebAdvisor). Online registration on a pilot basis is planned for the fall of 2006 and campus-wide for the spring of 2007.

The Registrar/Records unit works diligently to safeguard the accuracy, integrity, and security of all students’ academic records. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act guides the College’s policies and procedures regarding access to student records (FERPA). All records are maintained either in the Datatel Colleague system or in the Matrix document imaging system. Access to Matrix is limited to Student Development personnel. Other student data is available to FERPA trained faculty and staff.

Registrar/Records staff works as a team to certify a student’s readiness to graduate. Students are encouraged to apply to graduate one or two semesters before their anticipated graduation date. Upon receipt of a graduation application, a degree audit based on the student’s major is performed to determine readiness (Graduation Readiness Summary). A letter is sent to each applicant confirming his or her graduation status (Student Graduate Letter). The Registrar/Records unit works with other staff from Student Development to plan, organize, and conduct graduation ceremonies.

Student Activities/Athletics
The Student Activities/Athletics unit of Student Development supports the College’s mission (CFCC Mission Statement) by enhancing student life through clubs, cultural activities, leadership opportunities, and athletics. There are over 20 active clubs and organizations at CFCC. Many of these clubs and organizations offer their members opportunities for leadership, community service and networking with instructors and other professionals within their field of study. The Student Government Association (SGA) represents the student body as a whole and is a democratic voice on campus. Alpha Chi Sigma, CFCC’s Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, organizes and hosts many events promoting the cultural and social development of students and members of the community (Phi Theta Kappa). The Student Ambassadors Program selects students based on their academic achievement, leadership ability, and college involvement. Student-ambassadors represent the College at various functions and special events. Information regarding student activities, including those listed above, can be found beginning on page 30 of the CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (Student Activities pg 30).

The Student Activity Center, located on the Wilmington Campus, is a place where students can participate in recreational activities, socialize with peers, or just relax between classes. This area is also used for club meetings and other events, such as the CFCC Harvest Health Fair and Student Success Workshops.

Cape Fear Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, Region 10 (NJCAA). Intercollegiate athletics offered at CFCC include men’s and women’s golf and soccer, men’s basketball, and women’s volleyball. Coeducational cheerleading activities complement and support these programs. The goals of the athletic program include enhancing the academic success of student athletes and promoting the development of self-discipline and leadership skills. Athletes are closely monitored for class attendance, test scores, completion of homework assignments, and adherence to the Sea Devil Code of Conduct as outlined on page 18 and 19 of the Department of Athletics Handbook (Athletics Handbook). Tutors, athletic advisors, and mandatory study hall sessions are provided for student-athletes to facilitate learning and promote academic success. Enrolling a diverse student-athlete population is accomplished by recruiting athletes from a wide variety of backgrounds and locations and offering athletic scholarships to those students who may otherwise be unable to attend college. Offering scholarships to student-athletes also rewards and promotes academic achievement. The Sea Devil Club, an organization that funds athletic scholarships, was established to allow interested local businesses and individuals to contribute and support the athletics program at CFCC. Information about the club can be found on the CFCC Sea Devils website (goseadevils.com).

Additional information about Student Development support services, staff and unit satisfaction rates can be found in Comprehensive Standard 3.9.3 (Comprehensive Standard 3.9.3).

Documentation

Source Location

CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website

cfccmission.pdf

Student Development Committee,
Cape Fear Community College Intranet

studentdevcommittee.pdf

2005-2006 Events and Workshops

2005-06events_workshops.pdf

Health Fair Topics

health_fair_flyer_3.pdf

Health Fair Providers health_fair_sign.pdf
CFCC 2005-06 Day Planner dayplanner0506.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
2004-05 Recruiting Efforts recruit_efforts.pdf
Thank You Letter,
Moore’s Creek Missionary Baptist Church
moorescreek_thankyou.pdf
Admissions,
Cape Fear Community College Website
admissions.pdf
Application Status Letter app_status_ltr.pdf
Campus Visits,
Admissions
Cape Fear Community College Website
admissions.pdf
See Bookmarks
Orientation Survey Results orient_surv_results.pdf
CFCC Orientation On-Line,
Cape Fear Community College Website
orientation_online.pdf
Orientation Agenda,
Fall 2005
2005orient_agenda.pdf
Student Success Workshops fall_05_workshop.pdf
Residency Classification,
For In-State Tuition Brochure
residencybrochure.pdf
Residency Status,
Admissions
Cape Fear Community College Website
admissions.pdf
College Transfer Day,
Fall 2004
ct_day.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
Financial Aid/Veteran Services,
Admissions
Cape Fear Community College Website
financial_aid.pdf
Scholarships for Full-Time Students,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 22)
CATALOG.pdf
Paying for College,
Orientation
Cape Fear Community College Website
payforcollege.pdf
Financial Aid,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 21)
CATALOG.pdf
Financial Aid/Veteran Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
financial_aid.pdf
CFCC Orientation On-Line,
Cape Fear Community College Website
orientation_online.pdf
Quick Facts Brochure,
Orientation On-Line
Cape Fear Community College Website
financialaidpamphlet.pdf
Veterans’ Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
financial_aid.pdf
2005-2006 Events and Workshops 2005-06events_workshops.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
Admission of Transfer Students,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 4)
CATALOG.pdf
Early Alert Form, early_alert.pdf
Registration Approval Form reg_approval.pdf
Plan for Success Form plan_for_success.pdf
Academic Warning,
Probation, and Suspension,

CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 19)
CATALOG.pdf
ACA 111 Course Description,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 144)
CATALOG.pdf
UNCW Flyer uncw_flyer.pdf
Middle School Counselor Day ms_counselor_day.pdf
High School Counselor Day hs_counselor_day.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
Student Recognition Ceremony Invitation student_recog_ceremony.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
Distance Learning,
Cape Fear Community College Website
dl.pdf
ReadyMinds,
ReadyMinds Website
readyminds.pdf

Counseling Office,
Admissions
Cape Fear Community College Website

counselingser.pdf
Accommodation Sheet accommodation.pdf
Disability Services Faculty/Staff Handbook disability_services_hndbk.pdf
Disability Support Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
disability _support.pdf
Disability Support Services Brochure dss_brochure.pdf
Testing Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
testing _services.pdf
GED Tests,
General Educational Development (GED)
Career and Testing
Cape Fear Community College Website
GEDtestinfo.pdf
Psychological Services Bureau,
Career and Testing
Cape Fear Community College Website
PSBtest.pdf
Placement Testing,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 8)
CATALOG.pdf
Career and Testing FAQ Document
career_testing_faq.pdf
Placement Test Advising Guide,
CFCC Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 9)
CATALOG.pdf
Accuplacer,
College Board Website
ACCUPLACER.pdf
Placement Testing Schedule,
Career and Testing
Cape Fear Community College Website
placement_testing_schedule.pdf
Huskins,
High School Programs
Cape Fear Community College Website
huskins.pdf

Concurrent Enrollment,
High School Programs
Cape Fear Community College Website

concurrent.pdf
GED Testing Schedule,
Cape Fear Community College Website
GEDtestinfo.pdf
Basic Skills Division,
Cape Fear Community College Website
basicskills.pdf
Graduation Ceremony Program nhcc_grad.pdf
Career Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
careerservices.pdf
Career Key,
The Career Key Website
the_career_key.pdf
NC Careers,
NC Careers Website
nccareers.pdf
Program Wage and Salary Information prog_wage_salary_info.pdf
Career Connection,
Cape Fear Community College Website
careerconnection.pdf
Career Services,
Cape Fear Community College Website
careerservices.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
Program Review,
Institutional Effectiveness
Cape Fear Community College Website
progrevprocess.pdf
Graduate Employment Survey Results,
grad_empl_survey.pdf

Annual Program Review,
For Fiscal Years 1997-2000

annualprogramreview97_00.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf
TRAC,
Admissions
Cape Fear Community College Website
TRAC.pdf
Registration/Advising Center Brochure regadvisingbrochure.pdf
WebAdvisor,
Cape Fear Community College Website
WebAdvisor.pdf
FERPA,
US Department of Education Website
FERPA.pdf
Graduation Readiness Summary grad_readiness_sum.pdf
Student Graduate Letter student_grad_ltr.pdf
CFCC Mission Statement,
Cape Fear Community College Website
cfccmission.pdf

Phi Theta Kappa,
Cape Fear Community College Website

PHI_THETA_KAPPA.pdf
Student Activities,
College Catalog and Student Handbook (pg 30)
CATALOG.pdf
NJCAA,
National Junior College Athletic Association Website
NJCAA.pdf
Athletics Handbook deptathleticshandbook.pdf
GoSeaDevils Website goseadevils.pdf
Comprehensive Standard 3.9.3,
CFCC SACS Compliance Documentation
Comprehensive Standard 3.9.3

 

 

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