Connect now with your advisor to maximize academic plans

Connect now with your advisor to maximize academic plans Back-to-school is a busy time for everyone. Whether you are a student, faculty, administrative services professional, or directly support someone in one of the above categories, your mind is full of back-to-school information. New courses (4-6 different classes in some cases), scheduling conflicts, job responsibilities, social commitments, there are a lot of new and different moving ... Read more

Depersonalized and Decentralized: The Perils of Online Education

Depersonalized and Decentralized: The Perils of Online Education In an attempt to cut costs and make learning more accessible to nontraditional students, colleges and universities are increasingly relying on online courses as a mode for instruction. As a high school student, I enrolled in several online courses at my local community college; later, after a traditional college experience, I realized my lack of engagement and ... Read more

Four Questions You Should’ve Asked Me (A Once-Struggling Off-Campus Student)

Four Questions You Should’ve Asked Me (A Once-Struggling Off-Campus Student) As an off-campus student, it’s much more difficult to engage in the campus experience than students living in residence halls. This was my experience several years ago when I was commuting 30 minutes each way to campus. My network existed at home, where friends, family, and homework more than filled my time. But I was ... Read more

Back to School: Meet with your College Advisor

Back to School: Meet with your College Advisor On my traditional, large-flagship university campus, back to school means different things for different people. Students are wrapping up summer experiences, and settling into new living arrangements. Faculty are finishing syllabi, and squeezing in a last day of research to meet summer writing goals. College administrators, like myself, are bracing for upcoming traffic influx. The increase in ... Read more

An online faculty reflects on changing course technology

An online faculty reflects on changing course technology My mother-in-law “Martha” is a tenured Languages faculty at a large, multi-campus, community college. She teaches 4 courses each Fall & Spring term, as well as leads an annual 4 week Summer Study Abroad experience. Typically she teaches 3 of her 4 courses per term in person, and because enrollment for online courses is typically more popular, ... Read more

Know about FERPA compliance

Know about FERPA compliance I recently had a catch up session with an old friend and former peer, whom I will refer to as “Anne”, from my Higher Ed Leadership doctoral program. Each of us have moved along in our Student Services careers, Anne in Student Conduct, and myself in Academic Advising. Because FERPA compliance has been on my mind, and a lot has happened ... Read more
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