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Minimize Differential Access to Resources for Students

Strategic Goal 6

1-Year Action Plan

    Recommendations Metrics for Success Resources Accountability

Continue the laptop loan program for FY2017, and explore the possibility of extending the laptop loan program to transfer students.

Continue to collect assessment data, both quantitative and qualitative, to determine and measure success; study the feasibility of extending program to transfer students.

 

OUA; OEM; Office of Financial Aid; LSA IT; LSA ISS; Showcase Computer Store; LSA MIS; LSA Student Recruitment; ADVANCE (for survey assessment)

AD Budget; AD UGED; Director Student Recruitment; Exec. Director Newnan

Plan for growth in the size and overall level of engagement in the Kessler Presidential Scholars program, currently serving 130 students with need-based scholarships.

100% 5-year graduation rate for all Scholars, and full access to and participation in academic and social activities and achievement.

Office of Financial Aid (OFA); LSA Scholarship Office; DMC; Office of Associate Dean UGED

AD UGED; AD Budget; Assist Dean for Advancement; Director Student Recruitment; Exec. Director Newnan

 

Expand Passport Scholarship Plan for all CSP Summer Bridge students.

 

The program will be successful if all Summer Bridge students have/receive passports and if all Bridge Scholars have worked with CGIS to explore study abroad possibilities (See also Goal #15 on study abroad).

 

CSP; LSA Scholarships; CGIS; DMC

AD UGED; AD Budget; Director, Student Recruitment; Exec. Director Newnan

5-Year Action Plan

Recommendations Metrics for Success Resources Accountability

Full implementation of growth in the size and overall level of engagement in the Kessler Presidential Scholars program.

Seek to double the size of the Kessler program while maintaining diverse student population and need-based approach.

DMC for donor support and fundraising; LSA Student Recruitment and Scholarship Office

AD UGED; AD Budget; Assist Dean Advancement; Director Student Recruitment; Exec. Director Newnan

Invest in the future success of LSA students by building the LSA Hub, with expanded internship programs, both domestic and international, and career services.

 

All students are able to participate fully regardless of financial need; close attention to rates of participation across race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status; first-generation status.   

LSA Hub team; DMC; LSA departments and units with internship programs; Student Recruitment and Scholarship Office; OFA; Newnan

 

Assistant Dean Career and Placement Services; AD UGED; AD Hums; AD Budget; Assist Dean Advancement; Exec Director Newnan

Raise sufficient scholarship funding to assure that all LSA students have the resources necessary to pursue experiential learning in study abroad programs, internships, and research opportunities.

All students are able to participate regardless of financial need; close attention to rates of participation across race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status; first-generation status.

LSA Hub Team; DMC; Student Recruitment and Scholarship Office, Newnan

 

Assist Dean for Career and Placement; Assist Dean Advancement; AD UGED; AD Budget; Exec Director Newnan