The College Accelerated Preparatory Program (CAPP) is a special admissions program for selected students who do not meet current “college level” admissions requirements but who still show the potential to succeed in college.
Admission into CAPP:
New Students entering ASCC with Placement Testing results or scores from the SAT or TOEFL or ACT indicating their English and Math scores are within the developmental English and Math will be placed in College Accelerated Preparatory Program (CAPP). Upon successful completion of required CAPP courses the student can exit the program and will be classified as in-coming ASCC Freshman college level student.
A CAPP student is allowed a certain time period to successfully complete and exit from the program. If the student is not able to complete the program within the required timeframe, they are placed on Academic suspension until the following semester where the student may be readmitted into the program. The CAPP Director has the final decision for the Admission into the program.
The courses in CAPP address reading, writing and mathematics to prepare students for college level course work. The results from the SAT or ACT or TOEFL scores, or placement test will determine the English and Math courses required to complete the program.
ENG 70 Beginning Reading (3 Credits)
ENG 80 Intermediate Reading (3 Credits)
ENG 90 Advanced Reading (3 Credits)
ENG 71 Beginning Writing (3 Credits)
ENG 81 Intermediate Writing (3 Credits)
ENG 91 Advanced Writing (3 Credits)
MAT 80 Beginning Algebra (4 Credits)
MAT 90 Elementary Algebra (4 Credits)
CAPP Learning Outcomes:
Reading, Speaking and Writing Outcomes:
Actively listen and engage in individual or group discussions and conversations.
Engage in conversational styles, forms and sound or English.
Identify and apply basic college reading skills to describe, interpret, summarize and make analytical judgments in reading selections.
Apply the basic steps of the writing process to write well-structured sentences, paragraphs and essays using critical thinking skills.
Participate in learning activities using technology and service learning.
Develop a general understanding of basic operations of real numbers and algebraic expressions to gain a solid foundation of basic mathematical concepts.
Develop and demonstrate basic computational skills in arithmetic and elementary algebra necessary to be successful in a college level math.
Demonstrate the ability to read, interpret, and construct tables, graphs, and linear equations.
Use technology to practice, solve, and verify basic arithmetic problems and linear equations.