Academic reviews have been suspended effective Oct. 7
Restructuring committee meeting recording
Review Committee Chair: AVP Saichi Oba
Committee Charge Letter - Sept. 19, 2019
Review Committee Members
- Robin Gilcrist – UAS, Faculty Alliance
- Alex Jorgensen – UAA, Student
- Bernard Aoto – UAF, Student
- Ray Rice – UAS, Student
- Gail Klein – UAS, Staff
- Kim Morton – UAA, Staff
- Ronnie Houchin – UAF, Staff
- Alex Hirsch – UAF, Faculty Senate
- Lael Oldmixon – SW
- Keith Champagne – UAF
- Bruce Schultz – UAA
- Lori Klein – UAS
- Mary Kreta – UAF
- Trisha Lee – UAS
- Janelle Cook – UAS
- Scott Downing – UAA
- Sandy Gravely – UAA, Mat-Su
- Kathy Moffitt – Interim Middle College Director, External Stakeholder
- Dustin Bawcom – UA, meeting facilitation
- Foundations of Student Affairs Practice at the University of Alaska
- A uniﬁed enrollment management and student aﬀairs organization serving the campuses of the University of Alaska
Enrollment Services & Student Affairs must be:
- Accessible: Students are able to access services across multiple locations in a reliable, seamless, consistent, and culturally effective manner.
- Focused: The priority is on student success (goal/degree attainment).
- Continuous: Each part of the student lifecycle impacts the quality of the next part of the student lifecycle Every student--whether he or she studies online, on a small campus or a large campus--goes through a student lifecycle. A strong partnership is maintained through enrollment management, academics, and student affairs.
- Scalable: Meet the diverse needs of our students no matter where or how they study.
- Efficient: Which will require investment in a streamlined student experience.
Enrollment Services & Student Affairs is best structured in response to:
- Where are the students?
- What are the academic programs they want?
- How are our programs best, and most cost effectively, delivered?
- How do we incorporate all elements of the student lifecycle?