Midterm STAR Reports Are Being Issued!

How did your spring break go? Hopefully you were able to relax and rejuvenate for the final push through the spring semester. Believe it or not, but you are halfway through the semester. If you are currently enrolled in a 16-week class, keep an eye on your CPCC student email. Your midterm STAR Student Success Reports will be issued by Wednesday, March 22. Use the instructor feedback in these reports to improve or maintain your academic status. If you need academic assistance, then you can contact your STAR Student Success Coaches by calling 704.330.6754 or emailing star.success@cpcc.edu.

The STAR Open House Was a Huge Success

A huge thank you to all the students, staff, and student ambassadors who helped make the STAR Open House a huge success. We were able to directly connect first-year students to the many great resources here at CPCC. We look forward to growing this event and making it even better next year! Also, congratulations to Brandi Gutierrez, Donovan Stevenson and Luz Mejia on their door prize winnings. If you have any questions about STAR or your STAR reports, please do not hesitate to contact 704.330.6754.

Midterm Interventions Are on the Way!

October is a significant time of year for numerous reasons. Autumn brings cooler temperatures and changes the colors of the leaves. Your favorite football team is either breaking your heart or getting you excited for postseason play. Pumpkin Spice Lattes are the norm and pumpkin patches provide a perfect weekend activity. October also is the time for midterms. Believe it or not, but you are halfway through the semester. If you are currently enrolled in a 16-week class, keep an eye on your CPCC email in the upcoming weeks for a midterm intervention from your professor. Use the feedback to improve or maintain your academic status. You are invited to contact 704.330.6754 for assistance.

 

STAR Reports Are Being Issued!

STAR, or Success Through Academic Reporting, is the college’s early-alert system which provides instructor feedback to students about how they are doing in their classes. Each student enrolled in an eight-week, 12-week, or 16-week course should receive an initial STAR report before the end of the week. Check your CPCC student email to review your STAR student report!

Attention First-Year Students

Maybe you haven’t gotten off to the best start during the spring semester. You might have even received an intervention email alerting you of unsatisfactory academic progress. Don’t stress about it just yet!  The STAR Student Success Program can help you. This FREE service will help provide you the necessary resources needed to get you on the correct path to success. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to accomplish your personal and academic goals. It’s a new year, a new semester, and a new opportunity to become successful. Take advantage of these services by contacting Terrence Strickland at 704.330.6754.

Did You Recently Receive an Academic Intervention Email?

Don’t freak out! You have an opportunity to find out how to correct it. CPCC offers many campus resources to help students succeed and accomplish their goals. Perhaps you have been contacted by someone informing you of the next steps to take in order to get back on the right path to academic success. Everyone at CPCC wants you to do well. Take advantage of the resources available in order to achieve success!

The QEP is STAR!

Have you heard about the Quality Enhancement Plan? The College has been working for the last three years on developing our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).  A QEP is a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) mandated plan to address an important student learning need.  If you attended CPCC during the 2011-2012 and/or 2012-2013 academic years, your input helped to produce the QEP.  If this is your first semester at CPCC, you are just in time to learn more about the QEP! The College’s QEP is STAR: Success through Academic Reporting.  Beginning in Fall 2014, the College will use academic reports and enhanced support for students in academic jeopardy in an effort to improve student success, particularly first-year, full-time, degree-seeking students.

Learn more about the QEP to prepare for our SACSCOC on-site visit September 24-26 by reviewing the QEP website: http://www.cpcc.edu/accreditation/quality-enhancement-plan or contacting Tracie Clark.

 

 

The QEP is STAR!

The College has been working for the last three years on developing our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).  A QEP is a Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) mandated plan to address an important student learning need.

If you attended CPCC during the 2011-2012 and/or 2012-2013 academic years, your input helped to produce the QEP.  If this is your first semester at CPCC, you are just in time to learn more about the QEP. The College’s QEP is STAR: Success through Academic Reporting.  Beginning in Fall 2014, the College will use academic reports and enhanced support for students in academic jeopardy in an effort to improve student success, particularly first-year, full-time, degree-seeking students.

Learn more about the QEP to prepare for our SACSCOC on-site visit September 24-26 by reviewing the QEP website: http://www.cpcc.edu/accreditation/quality-enhancement-plan or contacting Tracie Clark.

 

 

Have You Heard About the College’s QEP?

The QEP is the Quality Enhancement Plan, a five-year plan to improve student success at our College. Our QEP is called STAR:  Success through Academic Reporting.  STAR will to use academic reports and enhanced student support.  Though the College cannot implement STAR until Fall 2014, you can learn more about STAR now at http://www.cpcc.edu/accreditation/quality-enhancement-plan.