Student Learning Outcomes

College Achievement Now Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Student Development - Provide learning tips and educate students about campus and community resources that will enable a positive student experience and successful academic outcome.

    1.1 Acceptance Mtg – Student will be able to identify specific services and program requirements.

    1.2 Campus Visits – Student exposure to university culture and admissions requirements help them choose their preferred transfer school(s).

  2. Life Skills – Developing long-term skills and understanding concepts and theories that can be practically applied in common, everyday scenarios.

    2.1 Academic/Personal Counseling – Student will begin to develop decision-making skills to aid their education and career goals by reviewing academic progress and academic direction.

    2.2 Financial Literacy –Students learn real-world financial management strategies and options on financing their education.

  3. Professional Development - Exposure to or direct work experience in a profession, and all relevant activities (ie - career assessment, job search, resume development, etc.)

    3.1 Happy Hour – Students will increase their cultural and professional awareness and networking opportunities.

    3.2 Peer Mentoring – Students will establish a relationship with a peer and learn about academic and campus resources and effective learning skills techniques.


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Maribel Magana

Maribel Magana
Determined is the best word to describe Maribel Magana. Maribel started her college career at Allan Hancock nearly 10 years ago. For personal reasons, she had to take a break from her studies, but eventually she returned to complete an Associate's Degree and her CSU transfer requirements. While at Hancock, Maribel worked part time and juggled the responsibilities of being a wife and mother of three children, all while keeping her GPA above a 3.0. Maribel plans to get her teaching credential so she can teach at an elementary school in the local area. She is funding her university education through AHC Take Flight; an organization of transfer students who collectively receive an investment to pay for college.
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Last Modified May 2, 2014