Objectives & Activities

Title III Grant Objectives

The Pearl River Community College Title III Grant Objectives Chart is available below in Adobe PDF format. In order to view the file, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. It can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Title III Grant Objectives Chart >>

Activity Updates

Below is a detailed list of each project year’s activities and a link to see each year’s detailed progress report. In order to view the linked PDF files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. It can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/.

Five Year Activity Sequence Overview of the Integrated Learner Support System (ILSS) >>

Year 1 Activities (October 2009-September 2010)

Year 1 Progress Report >>

  • Activity 1: Renovate and Equip a Success Center
  • Activity 2: Design Learner Support System
  • Activity 3: Train Faculty and Staff Advisors in Best Advisement Practices

Year 2 Activities (October 2010-September 2011)

Year 2 Progress Report >>

  • Activity 1: Pilot new Advisement Services – 1st Year Cohort – Poplarville
  • Activity 2: Provide Training in Supplemental Instruction and Design Supplemental Instruction for Developmental English and English Composition I and II

Year 3 Activities

Year 3 Progress Report >>

  • Activity 1: Pilot new Advisement Services – 2nd Year Cohort – Poplarville
  • Activity 2: Pilot Supplemental Instruction Developmental English and English Composition I and II*

Year 4 Activities

Year 4 Progress Report >>

  • Activity 1: Pilot new Advisement Services –1st Year Cohort – Forrest County Center
  • Activity 2: Pilot Supplemental Instruction for Developmental Mathematics and College Algebra*

Year 5 Activities

Year 5 Progress Report >>

  • Activity 1: Pilot new Advisement Services –2nd Year Cohort – Forrest County Center
  • Activity 2: Pilot Supplemental Instruction for Psychology, Biology, and World Civilization*

*Each of the courses designed with Supplemental Instruction will first be piloted on the Poplarville campus with the same courses being piloted on the Forrest County Center campus the subsequent year.