Student Success Center
The mission of the Student Success Programs and Services is to empower and support all EVC students to accomplish their educational, career and personal goals by offering orientation, counseling, transfer, work experience, early alert and student follow-up services based on our college guiding principles of equity, opportunity and social justice.
The Student Success Programs include all core services that enhance students’ opportunities to succeed in their academic plans. The Student Success team has set up an accessible and comprehensive process to help students succeed.
The Student Success Team also processes academic, probation and dismissal progress, as well as reinstatement after dismissal. We offer Student Success workshops, counseling courses and referral services to ensure students take the necessary action to achieve their academic and personal goals. In addition, services include college courses provided to high school students.
The Student Success team invites students to navigate the website, visit the center, or connect with us via email or phone to learn about our comprehensive and accessible support programs and services.
Student Success Programs and Services
- Academic Progress
- Transfer & Career Center
- Counseling-Educational Planning
- Early Alert
- Evaluation of student progress
- EVC Promise
- Follow-up services for at-risk students
- Orientation (in-person and online)
- Referrals to specialized support services
- Special Academic Programs
- Support Programs
- Student Success Ambassadors Program
- Student Success Committee
- Student Success Workshops
- Transfer Events & Services
- Work Experience
For more information, help and to make an appointment with a counselor visit the Student Success Center.
Call: (408) 270-6475
Location: SC 250
The success of each and every EVC student matters. The goal of the Early Alert program is to support students’ success by providing intervention support and follow-up services.
Early Alert is a team approach involving a close partnership among instructors, counselors, support staff, and the District ITSS. Designed to be supportive rather than punitive, Early Alert is not reflected on students’ transcripts and does not affect their GPA or their financial aid.
Second Floor – Dr. Mauro Chavez Student Services Center Building, Student Success Center. For information call (408) 270-6475 or email email@example.com