Retention Action Program (RAP)
The Retention Action Program (RAP) provides students enrolled in Career and Technology Education certificate or associate degree programs with services which support satisfactory completion of the elected course of study. RAP serves the Career and Technology Education student who is disadvantaged academically and/or economically.
RAP has five basic functions: Tutoring (one-on-one or group sessions) in the content area, identifying and encouraging the Learning to Learn Method of inquiry; providing computer-assisted instruction (hands on) and cooperative learning, and workshops to promote and support student academic achievement.
Student Support Services Program (SSSP)
The Student Support Services Program (SSSP) is a federally funded program designed to provide academic and personal support services that will help first generation, low income and/or individuals with disabilities to remain in College, make progress toward academic objectives, graduate with an associate’s degree and transfer to a four-year institution to attain their bachelor’s degree
TraveLearn is designed for the adult learner as an extension of higher education’s growing commitment to the concept of life-long learning and as an opportunity to expand global perspectives. It specializes in travel/study programming for those who participate in on-site lectures, seminars and field experiences conducted by local resources specialists. Adult learners have contact with local people and the opportunity to visit sites and facilities often not available to the average tourists. TraveLearn programs are supervised by College faculty from a nation-wide pool who are specialists in the fields of study which relate to the country being visited.