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Faculty & the ASC


 CIPA cohort 18-19

 

The Academic Success Center opened in Fall 2016 to to create a collaborative and empowering, student-centered environment that promotes self-advocacy, self-reflection, community-building, wellness, and overall success. It is our goal to be a hub for innovative programming that aims to explore, support, and address specific student needs.

We encourage faculty to participate in our annual Community of Inquiry, Practice, and Action (CIPA) working group, and partner with the ASC on innovative projects and programs.

 

Partner with the ASC

The Academic Success Center aims to be a center for innovative programming targeting a specific academic need. If you have an academic program idea, we'd like to collaborate with you! Please contact ASC Director, Jackie Duerr, to discuss how we can partner.

Stipulations:

  • All program partnerships must serve specific student academic needs directly, and be a collaborative effort among ASC staff and your program/department.
  • All requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester.
  • Programs must be assessed and meet at least one of the goals of the ASC:
    • Support students academically through caring faculty/staff and thoughtful programs.
    • Create an environment that encourages continuous learning and growth.
    • Provide intentional study spaces for students to bring friends, or to make friends.

Partnerships

S-STEM Fab Fridays

Fab Fridays transforms the ASC into a makerspace where teams of scholarship recipients in computer science can fabricate computing solutions for real-world projects and challenges presented by community and industry partners.

  • ASC "Main Stage" and all study rooms reserved Fridays from 2:00-5:00 to exclusively accomodate Fab Fridays.

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