Educational Plan


The Student Success Act of 2012 signed by Governor Brown requires that all students have an educational plan showing a clear path towards their academic and/or career goal.  The first-term or new students must have an abbreviated plan of one to two terms which lists the courses they need to start with in the college.  Students in their second or third term should have a comprehensive plan which includes all of the courses needed for them to achieve their academic and/or career goal.

The Samples of Educational Plan on this page is designed to assist students in creating an individualized first-term educational plan based on their assessment results.  The sample plans demonstrate various possible course combinations for students majoring in Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts and Child Development.  The plan options include schedules for students who prefer to take classes in the mornings, or the afternoons, or the evenings. 

It is important to note that these sample educational plans are to be used as a guide.  Students should schedule an appointment with a counselor to create an abbreviated or comprehensive educational plan.  Once the plan has been created, it will be put online for students to view whenever they need.  The best months to create educational plans with a counselor are:  February, March, April, September, October and early November.  To schedule an appointment with a counselor, please stop by the Counseling Center (AD/SS-103) or call 909-384-4404.