Research shows that increased student interaction with faculty outside the classroom equates into increased student success. The FRP (Faculty Resource Program) has been designed as another means for increasing this interaction.
|FRP Report for 2011-2012 (PDF)|
FRP Training Presentation (PPT)
CCAC Student Handbook
CCAC Central Training (PPT)
Current CCAC Catalog (Flipbook) (PDF)
2012 FRP Manual (PDF)
Ultimate Pocket Guide to Student Services
Limited Enrollment Contacts (DOC)
What is the Faculty Resource Program (FRP)?
The Faculty Resource Program (FRP) is the implementation of Article XVII—ADVISEMENT of the AFT Collective Bargaining Agreement. The FRP will provide personal contact by College Employees for a designated group of students who have completed nine (9) college level credits to a maximum of thirty (30) credits, and have achieved a grade point average of at least two (2.0). This is the group of students who often do not receive special academic assistance, are unable to participate in many on-Campus activities, and do not participate in any honors related programs.