It was MATRICULATION that supported ways to make my application to community college easier to do. There were times I wanted to give up. I don’t have a computer at home, so MATRICULATION paid for ways that gave me choice of how to apply and smoothed the process for me.
It was MATRICULATION that provided assessment for the right course placement. I was so relieved that I didn’t waste my time taking the wrong classes ‘cause I really didn’t know what my skill level was for math and English.
Sometimes life gets in the way when you’re a community college student. MATRICULATION paid for follow-up services that kept me on track. Staff helped me focus on a realistic schedule, balancing work, school and family responsibilities.
It was MATRICULATION that provided counselors that helped me identify my educational goal at college. Without their help and support I would have taken way longer to finish and probably enrolled in a lot of wrong classes. I really needed that educational plan.
Some of my teachers shared that because of research done at the college, they were changing some of the ways they teach and follow-up with me. Those changes made more students like me continue and be successful. MATRICULATION paid for that research.
A lot of people don’t know what MATRICULATION is, so they think it must not be important. MATRICULATION services are a part of what every community college provides. It is the foundation and core; the lifeblood of the community colleges. And, it does not just serve some students. It serves ALL students.