Examining Student Success at Regional Comprehensive Universities
State colleges and universities hold a unique place in higher education. They can be found in rural, suburban, and urban areas and may be large, mid-sized, or small colleges. According to AASCU, "they are institutions of access and opportunity, believing that the promise of access and success should be real for all Americans."This pre-conference workshop will help student affairs leaders at state college and universities define student success, identify success challenges unique to the state comprehensive university, set priorities for a student success agenda, and critically analyze the institutional climate to know when it is ready to be transformed for student success.
Additional registration required
Sunday, March 29
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Brett Bruner, Dean of Student Engagement/Arkansas Tech University
Kimberlie Moock, Doctoral Student/University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Cameron Smither, Director of Assessment & Network Engagement for Center for Student Success/American Association of State Colleges & Universities