Student Success Certificate


The Student Success Certificate will help faculty and staff broaden their “sphere of influence” by developing connections and employing resources to provide holistic supports to students helping remove academic and life barriers. Each of the Certificate’s workshops has been co-designed by one faculty and one Student Services staff member.


  • Curriculum

    Course Hours Course Hours
    PD 7033
    Introduction to Bridges: Structuring Equity at FSCJ
    2 PD 7037
    Building Relationships with Students  
    PD 7034
    The Paths of FSCJ
    2 PD 7038
    Online Student Engagement
    PD 7035
    Architecture for Student Success 
    2 PD 7039
    Principles of Enrollment Management
    PD 7036
    Think Like a Student, Talk Like a Student 
    2 Job Shadowing Experience 2
  • Completion Requirements

    To successfully complete the program, the employee must:

    • Complete 14 hours of required courses
    • Complete at least 2 hours of job shadowing
    • Participate in cohort discussion on Teams
  • How to Enroll

    This program is cohort-based and applications are accepted at the beginning of each Fall term.

    Please click here for the application.

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  • How to Track Certificate Completion

    If you would like to track the courses you have completed for this certificate, log into myLearning ( and view the courses listed under the “Completed” section on the myLearning tab. You can compare your completed courses to the list of courses that are required for this certificate. Note: To see the full course titles, click the View icon at the top right of the screen and select “List”.

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  • Digital Credential / Badging

    We provide a verifiable and secure digital credential for this certificate completion, symbolized by a badge that is sharable with career networks. The digital badge serves to signal achievement to current and/or potential employers; to motivate engagement and collaboration; and to build upon and formalize identity, reputation, and value within educational and professional communities.

    To learn how to earn, view, share, or verify a badge, click here for the "How-To Guides" at the Center 4 Credentialing Excellence webpage.