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LACP Student Responsibilities and Opportunities

Students Responsibilities

College Promise supports first-time college students from the transition from High School to college, to the completion of their educational goal by providing FREE tuition for 2 years.
Each student is assigned a Success Coach to assist on their journey. Along with providing connections to on campus resource, LACP awards a FREE Chromebook to each student, as well as $150 in assistance for Transportation, Cafeteria or Bookstore Credit. Financial Emergency Assistance is also available.
Promise student must ensure that they remain eligible and complete the tasks below to remain in good standing
 
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All College Promise Students

☐  Units: Maintain Full-Time status
Enroll in at least 12 units for the Fall or Spring Semester. DSPS and Foster Youth student units per semester may vary) If you:

 
☐  Grade Point Average: Maintain at least a 2.0 GPA
☐  Financial Aid: Reapply for FAFSA/CA Dream act each academic year

Promise Cohort IV – First Year Students                         
Class of 2020

☐  Stay Ready!: Have a set schedule to attend class, study and complete homework
☐  Comprehensive Ed Plan: By the end of September, you must meet with your Academic Counselor to develop your roadmap to success
☐  LACP Student Success Summit: Mandatory event held in October
  Progress report: will be provided to be signed by all instructors to monitor your academic progress by October. If needed, attend tutoring or seek assistance as frequent as possible!
  Special Program Obligations: Make sure to set up and attend appointments with programs such as EOPS. DSPS, Puente, Umoja, etc.
  Stay Connected: Connect with you Success Coach at least 3 times during each semester, virtually, via email, call, remind.com or by visiting the College Promise Lab
  Student Success Sessions/Workshops: Attend at least 3 sessions provided by LACP

Promise Cohort III – Second Year Students                     
Class of 2019

☐  Stay Ready!: Have a set schedule to attend class, study and complete homework
☐  Comprehensive Ed Plan: By the end of September, you must meet with your Academic Counselor to ensure you are on track to complete your Educational Goal(s), Transferring, and Applying for your Certificate and/or Associates Degree
☐  Progress report: Will be provided for it to be signed by all instructors to monitor your academic progress by October. If needed, attend tutoring or seek assistance as frequent as possible!
☐  Special Program Obligations: Make sure to set up and attend appointments with programs such as EOPS. DSPS, Puente, Umoja, etc
☐  Stay Connected: Connect with you Success Coach at least 3 times during each semester, virtually, via email, call, remind.com or by visiting the College Promise Lab
☐  Student Success Sessions/Workshops: Attend at least 2 sessions provided by LACP and 1 session regarding University Transfer and Program Completion/Graduation

 
Failing to meet these following qualifications will affect your status as a College Promise student. Students unable to maintain a 2.0 GPA or complete 12 units by the end of the semester are required to complete an Appeal Application.  The Appeal Process is an opportunity to create a plan to get back on track and address any additional services you may need such as tutoring, counseling or skill building. Your Success Coach can assist you with appeal application.  
 

Fees and additional opportunities

 College Promise will cover tuition fees, the cost of your classes and provide additional Support as available however here are the cost you need to be aware of, AND the amazing programs that may assist you with them
 
  1. Books and class materials  
    1. EOPS Book Services
    2. LACP AB19 Support – ask your coach!
    3. UMOJA:
  2. Health Fees – LACP will cover your health fee. You are entitled to assistance from the Student Health Center(link embedded). Learn about their services!
  3. Associated Student Organization Fees – Check out ASO and what they are all about. They are the YOUR student voice on campus. You are responsible for this fee however it is well worth it!
  4. Non Resident Fees – If you see any non resident fees on your record please connect with the DRC Center. They will assist you as this must be corrected as early as possible.
 
Opportunities for International Travel and Summer Jobs/Internships
As LACP is a City of LA initiative, you will have be connected to opportunities targeting City of LA Youth such as:
MaYA Program
 
The Mayor’s Youth Ambassador Program is a free international travel program that gives College Promise Students the opportunity to travel around the world.
These students get to meet peers from around the world, visit important historical sites, and meet important political figures. College Promise who qualify for the MaYa program are rewarded with free travel, lodging, meals, and insurance.

LACP Students - MaYa
 
LACPWorks!
 
Summer jobs and internship opportunities. Stay tune for updates!
 
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