Basic Skills at Cabrillo
Progress through the Basic Skills Sequence
(January 2012) available from the Reports area.
Basic Skills Self Assessment 
Resources are assembled here in support of the basic skills community, including ACES (Academic Community for Educational Success) and Title V grant activities.Defining Basic Skills:
Strictly defined, basic skills courses are those courses where the MIS code [CB08] is set to 'B'. Such courses cannot be degree-applicable. Cabrillo College courses meeting this specification are the '200 level' courses in English, Reading, Math, and ESL.
The broader definition of basic skills education includes all courses designed to prepare students for transfer level work. This includes the '100 level' courses in English, Reading, Math, and ESL which count toward an A.A. or A.S. Degree, but do not transfer to CSU or UC.
|200 level entrants||100 level entrants|
|Combined (Rev. Feb.21.2008)||Combined (Rev. Feb.21.2008)|
Other Basic Skills Resources
Looking at Basic Skills Students/Courses
Unduplicated basic skills student enrollments by ethnicity.[May 2006]
Sections, location offerred, and enrollment by ethnicity.[May 2006]
Retention & success for basic skills - Cabrillo College compared to statewide. [April 2006]
PRO Reports Archive:
An alternative examination of basic skills courses [June 1998]
Study of the progress of basic skill students through an examination of their success and retention rates [May 1997]
Basic Skills Initiative website