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FAQ’s

FAQ’s

Students apply to the colleges and universities of their choice as first-time freshmen, but with advanced standing due to the college credits they earned. This provides students with two key benefits: 1) they have the opportunity to improve their High School GPAs and/or complete any unmet A-G requirements by taking college courses, and 2) they have the opportunity to transfer up to 30 credits of college coursework (10 classes) to the college in which they transfer. Students can transfer either to a two- or four-year college.

Honors Pathway continues to support students with counseling and advising and career support after they transfer – all the way until they graduate college and start a career.

Many students choose a first year at MicroCollege over a first year at community college because they want smaller class sizes, dedicated coaching, and more time to complete classes to smooth their transition to college and ensure they earn the best grades possible. Additionally, MicroCollege is offered at NO cost, including all tuition, fees, books, and a laptop computer that students can keep when they complete the program.

 

Because MicroCollege is only available after a student’s senior year, students cannot go to a community college and then come back to MicroCollege. However, students may choose to attend a community college after their year at MicroCollege.

 

MicroCollege Stacked Logo CA Community
Colleges
No Tuition yes yes

No Tuition

Community Colleges are tuition-free for most students. MicroCollege is tuition-free for all students.

No Fees yes no

No Fees

Most community colleges charge fees for enrollment and student activities. MicroCollege never charges students fees.

Books, Supplies, and Laptop Provided at No Cost yes no

Books, Supplies, and Laptop Provided at No Cost

At most Community Colleges, students are responsible for the cost of books, supplies, and a computer. These costs can be over $1,500 per year. At MicroCollege, books, supplies, and a laptop computer are included – and students can keep their laptop computer when they complete the program.

Small Class Sizes and Dedicated Coaching yes no

Small Class Sizes and Dedicated Coaching

At MicroCollege, students complete classes in cohorts of around 30 students. Each cohort has a dedicated counselor and two academic coaches, for a staff student student ratio of 10:1.

Extend Students Financial Aid yes no

Extend Students Financial Aid

When students enroll in most colleges, they immediately begin using their limited financial aid. At MicroCollege, students can complete up to a year of college classes at no cost – and without using their financial aid. After completing MicroCollege, students will have as few as 3 years of classes remaining, and all of their financial aid available to them to help cover the cost of earning a degree!

School Can Directly Engage with Parents and Guardians (FERPA) yes no

School Can Directly Engage with Parents and Guardians

As a part of enrolling at MicroCollege, staff can directly engage with parents and guardians to discuss student academic performance and needs. Most colleges require additional forms and permissions before they will release students’ information to parents.

Master Learning Framework (A, B, C and Not Yet) yes no

Master Learning Framework (A, B, C and Not Yet)

Community Colleges record all course attempts made by students, and assign punitive grades such as D’s, F’s, and W’s on students’ permanent records. If students earn too many D’s, F’s, or W’s, they can lose access to financial aid! MicroCollege does not record grades of D’s, F’s, or W’s. Rather than failing students if they struggle in class, students can get more time, more work, and more support to meet the course objectives.

Faculty who teach at MicroCollege serve under faculty appointment at a partner university. Faculty must have earned a Master’s or Doctoral degree in the subject matter of their class.

Most faculty who teach at MicroCollege also teach the same classes at nearby colleges and universities. In fact, it’s possible that MicroCollege students will take classes with their same MicroCollege faculty when they arrive on their next college campus!

No. MicroCollege is a non-sectarian program, meaning that it is not religious. While some of our partner universities may have religious affiliations, MicroCollege does not have such affiliations.

Yes! Credits are issued by a regionally-accredited, non-profit partner university. MicroCollege only offers the general education courses required by CSU and UC campuses. See the transfer
guide below!

If students withdraw from MicroCollege, they will receive their HS diploma – as long as they met their minimum high school graduation requirements. They also receive any college credits they earned up to that point. There is never any charge for the program!

MicroCollege is funded by local school districts. Districts receive funding from the state for their students, including those participating in MicroCollege. There is no cost to students or families to participate.

Weekly Schedule

Weekly Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30 AM
to
12:00 PM
College Classes Seminar,
Guest Speakers,
and College Visits!
12:00 PM
to
12:45 PM
Lunch, Faculty Office Hours, and Special Activities
12:45 PM
to
3:45 PM
Success Lab

Academic Coaches available for tutoring and support in ALL subjects

 

Annual Schedule 20-21

Annual Schedule 20-21

NOTE: The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in changes for the 2020-2021 Academic Year from the below calendar. We will update this calendar and inform students as soon as we are able!

Student Orientation July 1-2, 2020
Independence Day (No Classes) July 4, 2020
Term I – First Day of Classes July 6, 2020
Labor Day (No Classes) September 7, 2020
Term II – First Day of Classes October 19, 2020
Veterans Day (No Classes) November 11, 2020
Thanksgiving Break (No Classes) November 26-27, 2020
Winter Recess (No Classes) December 21, 2020 – January 1, 2021
Classes Resume January 4, 2021
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (No Classes) January 18, 2021
Term III – First Day of Classes February 15, 2021
Spring Recess (No Classes) March 29, 2021 – April 2, 2021
Cesar Chavez Day (No Classes) March 31, 2021
Last Scheduled Day of Classes May 21, 2021
Last Scheduled Day of Program May 28, 2021

IGETC / Transfer Guide

IGETC / Transfer Guide

Course Transfer Guide

All MicroCollege students earn real college credits from our university partners. William Jessup University (WJU), accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission, is the northern California university partner for the MicroCollege Program.

CSU General Education Breadth

CSU GE Breadth William Jessup University – MicroCollege Credits
English Language,
Communication,
and Critical Thinking
(nine credits)
A-1 ENGL 101A English Composition 3
A-2 ENGL 101B English Composition 3
A-3 PHIL 103 Critical Reasoning 3
Scientific Inquiry
and Quantitative Reasoning
(nine credits)
B-4 MATH 101 College Algebra 3
B-4 MATH 120 Statistics 3
Arts and Humanities
(nine credits)
C-1 MUS 140 American Popular Music since 1900
OR
HIST 375 History of Contemporary American Cinema
3
C-2 ENGL 286 Creative Writing 3
Social Sciences
(nine credits)
D-1 SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology 3
D-2 HIST 231 World Civilization I
OR
HIST 232 World Civilization II
3
D-3 PPOL 111 American Government 3

IGETC/UC

IGETC/UC William Jessup University – MicroCollege Credits
English
Communication
1A ENGL 101A English Composition 3
1B ENGL 101B English Composition 3
Mathematical Concepts
and Quantitative Reasoning
2A MATH 101 College Algebra 3
2B MATH 120 Statistics
OR
MATH 102 Precalculus
3
Arts and Humanities 3A MUS 140 American Popular Music since 1900
OR
HIST 375 History of Contemporary American Cinema
3
3B PHIL 103 Critical Reasoning 3
3C ENGL 286 Creative Writing 3
Social
and Behavioral Sciences
4A SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology 3
4B HIST 231 World Civilization I
OR
HIST 232 World Civilization II
3
4C PPOL 111 American Government 3