Roadrunner Academic Achievement Program (RAAP)

Attention students: Check out our new 'Frequently Asked Questions' page!

RAAP is here to help students develop and grow in their Math and English skills. Success in college is dependent upon many different things. One of the biggest predictors of success is the student's ability to read, write, and understand mathematical concepts. With these foundational subjects well refined and solid, students will experience a higher level of academic achievement.

The RAAP program also tracks compliance of Executive Order 665, which mandates that first-time freshmen complete any developmental coursework within the first 2 semesters of attendance at CSUB. The remediation advisor helps students meet Math and English compliance by providing advising and referral services. Developmental courses include Math 910 & 920/930 and English 910 & 920. Completion of the courses is important for your academic success here at the university.

The AARC is committed to working with you and helping attain your goals of earning a degree from CSUB. If you have questions or concerns regarding this program, please contact Denise Romero at dromero2@csub.edu or 661-654-2700.

E0665 Student Workshops

Students needing remediation courses are required to attend one E0665 Student Workshop by the end of their 1st semester of attendance from the time they entered CSUB.  The workshop covers Executive Order 665 policies and processes to ensure students complete the remediation process successfully.

Fall 2017 Workshop Schedule:

Sign up by visiting this link: https://eo665fall2017studentworkshop.splashthat.com/ 

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding remediation or E0665, please contact Denise Romero at dromero2@csub.edu or 661-654-2700.