Student Bill of Rights

Early Colleges Student Bill of Rights:

  1. Mastery of reading, writing and math skills with the goal of being ready to purse college courses without remediation.

  2. Access to college courses as a high school student with the opportunity to earn college credits and an Associate degree or higher in addition to a high school diploma.

  3. Academic advising services that include an (ICAP), Individual Academic Career Plan, and both high school and post-secondary counseling.

  4. Success regardless of background, experience, gender or ethnicity.

  5. Appropriate assessments ensuring accurate placement, regardless of grade level, to promote academic progress.

  6. Quality classroom instruction by engaged, committed faculty.