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Admissions and Records

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    Institutional Mission

    Historically diverse, uniquely Micronesian and globally connected, the College of Micronesia-FSM is a continuously improving and student centered institute of higher education. The college is committed to assisting in the development of the Federated States of Micronesia by providing academic, career and technical educational opportunities for student learning.

    Institutional Strategic Goal Supported

    Strategic Goal 2

    Provide institutional support to foster student success and satisfaction

    1. Promote strategic enrollment management for the College 
    2. Become more student-centered in the development of specific college system policies and procedures 
    3. Promote timely college tenure and graduation of students with mastery of array of core learning objectives, including civic-mindedness and self-value 
    4. Develop a student-friendly campus environment that encourages and enables students to be health
      conscious 
    Strategic Goal 9

    Provide for continuous improvement of programs, services, and college environment

    1. Improve institutional assessment and evaluation 
    2. Integrate planning, evaluation and resource allocation for continuous improvement 
    3. Increase research and data driven decision making 
    4. Develop an integrated data system 
    5. Enhance decision making and communications at the College through implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the new governance policy and revised standing committee structure

    Department’s Mission Statement

    The Department of Student Services' mission is to promote student development and leadership by providing quality programs and services that fulfill the diverse educational, recreational, social, and multi-cultural needs of the student population and the college community

    Unit or Program’s Mission Statement

    It is the mission of the Office of Admissions, Records and Retention (OARR) to serve its patrons in a professional, courteous, and timely manner, which will enable them to meet their goals while upholding college policies. As such, OARR is committed to make its services continuously accessible to all its patrons through improved, dedicated, motivated, and skillful employees that guarantee the integrity, confidentiality, and security of all academic records.

    Unit’s Services

    Currently, the OARR provides programs and services to its patrons, as follows:

    1. Academic transcripts 
    2. Admission, registration and matriculation 
    3. Record and report academic standing (e.g., academic honors, probation, and suspension) 
    4. Enrollment and program completion verification 
    5. U.S. Veteran Affairs e-certification 
    6. Degree audit, and graduation check 
    7. Grade change, name change, change of major and individual degree plan (IDP), and others 
    8. Transfer credit evaluation and equivalencies 
    9. Issuance of degrees and certificates, duplicate degrees or certificates, transfer credentials, and others 
    10. Evaluation, consolidation, systematization, maintenance, and preservation of student academic records 
    11. Reports to other divisions, such as, but by any means not limited to, enrollment lists, mid-term deficiency reports, academic standing, program completion reports, persistence and attrition reports, and others

    Unit or Program’s Goals

    To promote student development and leadership

     
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