Support Academic Progress
Improve Course Availability
Add sections of high demand classes and courses required for graduation.
Progress and Accomplishments
Added Courses by College
|College||Number of Funded Sections|
|Fall '17||Spring '18||Fall '18||Spring '19||Fall '19||Spring '20||Fall '20||Spring '21||Fall '21|
|Business and Economics||6||14||13||11||24||10||12||39|
|Engineering and Computer Science||13||5||3||2||8||7||4||5|
|Health and Human Development||4||2||8||4||1||5||8||3||33|
|Humanities and Social Sciences||7||10||9||10||3||17||27||15|
|Natural Sciences and Mathematics||5||24||18||16||14||1||6||1||32|
- Arts - 18 courses
- Engineering and Computer Science - 14 courses
2021-2022 Q1 Report
Beginning in 2014-15, SSI funding became available to add courses to help students improve time to degree, access additional high-demand courses and to have more courses available at non-peak times for improved flexibility and options.
The process followed to identify areas where additional sections would be beneficial is fairly straight forward (e.g., identifying bottleneck courses, responding to input related to identified need, monitoring wait listed courses plus sections with large enrollments). Data provided by our Institutional Research Office frames the conversations with the colleges that result in a final listing of courses offered as a result of this funding.
Plan for 21-22:
Support additional course sections is $867,707. This amount will support roughly 293 units. The number of units by course section varies but most are 3-4 units. The goal is to support up to 97 course sections.
As with past years, the total number of funded course sections is contingent on actual fee revenue collection.
SSI funded 146 units in Fall 2021.
(See above for breakdown.)
Budget Amount: $1,054,278.83