The Metro College Success Program mission is to increase equity in college completion through engaging, supportive, rigorous, and socially relevant education.
Operationally Defining our Mission
Metro’s outreach emphasizes students who are first-generation, low-income and under-represented.
We commit to developing courses that are student-centered, experiential, and interactive, with content that is relevant to urban realities.
Faculty and staff develop personal connections with students and strive to understand students in the context of their lives overall. We insure that all students have an educational plan and strong access to academic counseling.
The Metro faculty learning community is a source of dialog and support for instructors.
Faculty and staff hold high expectations of Metro students and ourselves. Our curriculum is based on a matrix of well-defined competencies and proficiency indicators. We use data to assess our impact on student learning and academic progress in order to continuously improve the program.
We engage in a critical analysis of complex social problems, striving to understand the institutions and structures that shape our daily lives. We make lived experiences central to our teaching and teach content that is meaningful to our students.