Back to Blog Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction- Start to Finish Support BlogUC Online News Share Share on FacebookFollow us on LinkedInShare on PinterestShare via Email All the students in the Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction program are provided access to a Student Success Coordinator to help guide them from enrollment to graduation. Hence, this program has about a 90% graduation rate. In this blog, you will learn a little more about the graduation support and the help you will receive while in the program with our step-by-step Student Success Coordinator: Montay M. Step-by-Step with: Montay M. Program: Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction Background: My background has been in the Higher Education field for 3 years. I have worked with students through positions in registration, teaching, academic advising, and student support. I enjoy helping students achieve their educational goals and seeing them succeed in their programs! Orientation Support: All new students meet with me via a Welcome Call. This call provides students with a program overview, how to navigate the UC learning and student information systems, class registration, and graduation planning. Administration Support: UC Online has a dedicated staff member for financial aid. As a Student Success Coordinator, we will connect students to our resources in the Student One Stop/Financial Aid Office. Our faculty and support staff for the program are awesome, from our faculty to program directors, students have additional support within the program. Course Registration: Students will register through the University’s Catalyst system. During the Welcome Call Process, I walk students through utilizing this system and am available to help them each semester with this process. At any point, if a student has questions or issues registering, I’m here to help! Check-ins: I check in with my students periodically throughout the semester. With new students, I will call them within their first 3-4 weeks in the program to get feedback about their experience thus far. I also check in with upcoming graduates about their experience in the program. As the SSC for the Curriculum & Instruction program, I am here to be supportive in addition to being a liaison to the University and academic advisor. I encourage students to reach out at any point no matter what the issue may be. Graduation Support: The MEd Curriculum & Instruction is a program that can be completed as early as two years, we set a graduation date during our first call! Student issues pop up, whether that is needing to sit out a semester or needing to retake a course. I work with each student to revise their academic plan and set a new target semester for graduation.