Student Equity and Achievement

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Student Equity and Achievement Program ​

​The Student Equity and Achievement (SEA) program is open to Native American, African American, and former Foster Youth. Our program supports students in removing barriers to achieve their academic goals. ​SEA students have access to a whole team of support on campus including a designated counselor and SEA Lending Library with books, hotspots, chrome books and calculators available for loan to you throughout the semester.

SEA Program Application https://forms.office.com/r/mpbddG2Y8j

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Mendocino College Equity Programs

From the California Community College Chancellor’s Office Equity website:

“College student equity plans focus on increasing access, course completion, ESL and basic skills completion, degrees, certificates and transfer for all students as measured by success indicators linked to the CCC Student Success Scorecard, and other measures developed in consultation with local colleges.  “Success indicators” are used to identify and measure areas for which disadvantaged populations may be impacted by issues of equal opportunity.  Title 5 regulations specify that colleges must review and address the following populations when looking at disproportionate impact" (State Budget trailer bill, SB 860, 2014):

American Indians or Alaskan natives,
Asians or Pacific Islanders,
Blacks,
Hispanics,
Whites,
Men,
Women, and
persons with disabilities (§54220(d))
Foster youth
Veterans
Low Income Students

"Each college develops specific goals/outcomes and actions to address disparities that are discovered, disaggregating data for indicators by student demographics, preferably in program review. College plans must describe the implementation of each indicator, as well as policies, activities and procedures as they relate to improving equity and success at the college."

Mendocino College has identified and addresses the following disproportionately impacted populations:

African American/Black 
Native American Students (see Native American Student Resources)
Foster Youth

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Contact:

Bonnie Lockhart (she/her)
Student Equity and Achievement Specialist
Native American Student Resource Center
Mendocino-Lake Community College
1000 Hensley Creek Rd. Rm 6210, Ukiah, CA 95482
Office 707.468.3000 Exension:. 4603
blockhart@mendocino.edu