Links to Academic Senate Resources

(Spring 2018)

The Academic Senate shares the following articles in trying to assess DUAL ENROLLMENT practices by Mt. SAC.
  • Contesting the Space Between High School and College in the Era of Dual-Enrollment, College Composition and Communication (Tinberg & Nadeau, June 2011)
  • (Re)Envisioning the Divide: The Impact of College Courses on High School Students (Taczak & Thelin, September 2009)
  • Early-College Programs Rethink High Expectations (Butrymowicz, August 2010)
  • Pasadena City College Program Suspended Over Who's Teaching It (Guzman-Lopez, February 2018)
  • Findings From the Early College High School Initiative: A Look at Best Practices and lessons Learned Regarding a Dual Enrollment Program (National High School Center, March 2007)
 For links to these articles, see below.

 Previously on Dual Enrollment
(Fall 2017)

The following are the copies of letters and statements exchanged between the Academic Senate and President Scroggins regarding Dual Enrollment.


On this page, you will find resources and information relating to the functions of the Academic Senate. Those interested in getting more involved with Academic Senate are encouraged to contact Serena Ott.

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Mount San Antonio College's Academic Senate Goals

It's essential to understand how your representatives are planning for the future. Take pride in knowing that Mount San Antonio College's Academic Senate has goals in building upon every major category of business as it affects learning, policy, and more! 

The Academic Senate strives for growth on our campus and seeks feedback from our students, faculty, and staff to manifest the most appropriate goals. Click here to learn more about these goals and the planning that goes into them.
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Student Success Task Force Recommendations

The value of a college education cannot be argued. Californians holding an associate or bachelor’s degree are likely to earn $1 million more in their lifetime than a person who holds only a high school diploma.

That's why the Student Success Task Force has examined best practices and effective models within higher education to improve educational achievements here in California. Click here to see the recommendations put forth to promote the highest student success.

  Additional resources, plans...