Academic Futures video: Unpacking ideas for a student-centered campus

first_imgShare Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: April 23, 2018 The Academic Futures subcommittees are submitting to campus some of the compelling ideas that have emerged from combined campus input over the fall semester. These ideas arose from white papers, town hall meetings, unit-based meetings and themed discussions. In the third part of a multipart Academic Futures video series, Jennifer McDuffie, assistant vice chancellor for student affairs, is asking for your feedback on a set of ideas the student-centered campus subcommittee has coalesced around. This is your opportunity to weigh in on these ideas, submitting feedback by June 1. How about…A campuswide core curriculum no matter the college or school you enterCreating shared experiences and traditions that every student who enters CU will haveA first year-experience that integrates the academic environments with student engagement in programs, services and support personalized to the studentWhat if…Every student who enters could shape their academic degree to their needs whether that be in global education or researchClasses were taught in various timelines, not just a semester, but intensive over multiple weeks and onlineCo-curricular certificates were offered, encouraged and conferred at graduationCould we… Work together to create a campus that is inclusive and welcoming for all peopleSystemically remove barriers and build an infrastructure that is student-friendlyShare Your Feedbackcenter_img Categories:Academic FuturesStrategic InitiativesCampus Communitylast_img

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