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Studies shows student engagement programs and student support interventions will boost a college student’s likelihood of graduating. The role of student support service (SSS) units are "to improve retention and graduation rates, transfer rates [from 2-year to 4-year]..." (Dept. of Education) Postsecondary practices within institutions’ academic and SSS units play key roles in student and academic successes. There are three primary academic and support services programs that will support our students:
Like many academic units and programs at ASU, CIIC collaborates with external education centers, postsecondary AI educational programs and tribal colleges.
CIIC is the only industry-outreach program of its kind throughout Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona, and in the Southwestern United States. CIIC has two major functions:
The CIIC student organization (CIICSO) improves the American Indian student retention-rate through engagement. The CIICSO is an official ASU student organization led by an all-student Executive Board. The CIICSO Executive Board delegates membership responsibilities, promotes sovereignty in Indian country and degree completion. They collaborate with other student organizations to promote the value of workforce development and internships among their peers. It is completely student-led with the CIIC professional organization as a resource and advisement. CIIC connects CIICSO to the industry. Together, they provide mentoring, networking and internship opportunities that eventually leads construction management (CM) students to job placement.
Visit the CIICSO Facebook page.