MAKING STUDENTS FEEL WELCOME
The Caring Campus Initiative engages classified professionals to create a Caring Campus that ensures they are deeply involved in student success initiatives. It is particularly
important for students from historically underserved populations, students less familiar with
college, non-majority students, students from low-income households, and first-generation
students to feel welcome and that they belong in college.
SKYLINE COLLEGE SELECTION
Skyline College is one of 18 California community colleges selected to work with IEBC
to incorporate the Caring Campus Initiative into its student success efforts this year.
IEBC is a nationally-recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to helping education
stakeholders use data, collaboration and coaching to make informed decisions and craft
solutions that improve practice and dramatically increase student success.
CARING CAMPUS DURING COVID
Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education, Skyline College
is committed to implementing its college-specific Caring Campus approach to student success.
CCCCO - VISION FOR SUCCESS
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO)'s Vision for Success is a series of seven commitments the CCCCO made to California and to our students.
Achieving these goals will require a combination of strategies and the Caring Campus
Initiative is one of these strategies. The Caring Campus process also integrates professional staff with the work of the
faculty in support of student success initiatives, thus creating a true partnership
among colleagues. This collegial partnership also is an essential aspect of the CCCCO’s
Vision for Success.