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Student Equity 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Access is limited to Compton College, but we're here to help in many ways.

  • While the majority of student support services remain online, students may make an appointment to utilize the Student Health Center and Enrollment Services in Tartar Village. Walk-in services are available at the Library-Student Success Center, and the Bookstore is open for students and employees.
  • The majority of classes will remain online for Fall 2021 and Winter 2022. There will be limited in-person labs and classes on campus. Please refer to the class schedule for details.
  • Community members may use the track Monday-Friday, 4:00-9:00 a.m.
  • Visit the Compton College COVID-19 webpage for more information.

Please remember to follow these health and safety protocols:

  • Only employees, students, construction workers, and approved individuals may enter (and remain) on campus.
  • Students, please refer to the Student Information and Communications webpage for current Entry to Campus Protocol.
  • Face coverings are required on campus.


Name Title
Lydell K. Willis M.S. Director of Basic Needs & Student Success
Oluwatosin Williams, M.A. Student Services Coordinator
Dr. Joseph Lewis Student Services Advisor
Lorena Fonseca Program Specialist
Pamela Godfrey FCKE Program Technician

Student Equity Office:
Location: V-72
Phone: 310-900-1600, ext. 2509
Hours of Operation: Monday- Thursday 8:00-6:30 p.m


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The 2019-2022 Student Equity Plan (SEP) is part of an ongoing institutional effort, underway at the Compton College, to improve proportional student academic outcomes and to more carefully and formally assess and evaluate student equity planning.

Compton College recognizes that equity planning and assessment, as well as expansion of its data collection to further examine the academic needs of an increasingly diverse student population, is critical to the achievement of student equity and the fostering of academic excellence for all students across all educational programs.

This Plan was written as a campus-wide effort, along with contributions from the Committee, and will seek approval by the Special Trustee of the Compton Community College District on January, 2016 in compliance with Title 5 guidelines in Section 54220.

By addressing the needs of those student groups that have been historically underserved, the Compton College's SEP will also serve to provide basic skills completion, degree and certificate completion, career and technical education and transfer opportunities for all our students.  The SEP will help us provide the necessary tools to ensure that all of our students have the same opportunity to achieve their academic and career goals.

 

 Student Equity Plan

Compton College Student Equity Plan

Student Equity Plan 2019-2022 (PDF)

Professor and Student in Social Hour

Professor Paul Flor chatting with students at Spring 2019 Social Hour


 

Dr. Curry, Jimmy Baca and Students 
Dr. Curry Welcoming Students and Featured Speaker Jimmy Baca for Special Authors at Compton Event, Fall 2018

2019 Hispanic Serving Institution Tour

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