In 1986 the California legislature passed AB 3, the Seymour-Campbell Matriculation bill, a student services' companion legislation to AB 1725, the major reform bill for transforming California community colleges. Later, Title V language was drafted and amended to include additional components, and assessment standards were adopted. The model and roots for Matriculation lie in EOP&S, a program that has an enduring history of creating successful retention strategies for its students.
Components of Matriculation
- Prerequisites, Co-requisites, Advisories
- Research & Evaluation
- Student Follow-up
Dean, Enrollment Services & Counseling and Matriculation
Committee was combined with Student Equity.