In addition to the typical issues inherent to all college students, the community college student often has additional challenges that must be addressed to persist and achieve academic success. One method to address these issues at the community college is the development of first-year experience courses similar to those found at many four-year institutions, but unique to the community college student. This presentation will focus on the development and implementation of a first-year experience course at one urban community college and the impact of that course on student success.
*discuss the history of first year experience seminars/courses at 2-year colleges
*describe the benefits of implementing a first year experience course at the community college
*explain the process used to develop the first year experience course at one community college
*brainstorm methods to document student success for a first year experience course
*share ideas for best practices
Who should attend?
Who is the speaker?
Judy Kronenberger is currently an Associate Professor in the Allied Health division at Sinclair Community College and is the coordinator for the student success course for the college. Her academic degrees include an Associate’s Degree in nursing from Sinclair Community College, a Bachelor of Art degree in Human Development from The McGregor School at Antioch University, and a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Dayton. Currently, Judy is a doctoral candidate in the Ph.D. higher education leadership program at the University of Dayton. Her research interest is the effect of first-year experience courses on the success of at-risk community college students.
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