Corequisite Policy Forums April 2019

The NSHE Department of Academic and Student Affairs invites faculty from across the system to participate in one of three Corequisite Policy Forums. These forums are the opportunity for faculty to provide feedback about the proposed policy to eliminate traditional forms of remediation and fully scale corequisite models for all of the System’s new credential-seeking students. Each forum will include a brief presentation on the proposed policy and then leave time open for faculty to discuss their concerns, ideas, and comments regarding the proposed policy.

Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs Crystal Abba, Assistant Vice Chancellor Renée Davis, and Research Scholar Theo Meek will be hosting these forums. All faculty are invited to attend any forum that works best for their availability. Video sites are available at both southern and northern Nevada locations.

These materials will be used at each forum:

SCHEDULE

Tuesday, April 2, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Northern Nevada In-Person Policy Forum

In-Person Location: System Administration Reno Main Conference Room

Video Sites Available:

  • CSN Cheyenne – Room 2638
  • CSN West Charleston – E322
  • GBC – MH 102
  • WNC – CED 306
  • NSC – RSC 351
  • UNLV – System Admin South Room 105

Monday, April 8, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Northern Nevada In-Person Policy Forum

In-Person Location: System Administration Reno Main Conference Room

Video Sites Available:

  • CSN Cheyenne – Room 2638
  • CSN West Charleston – E322
  • GBC – Berg Hall Conference
  • WNC – CED 306
  • NSC – RSC 351 (Provost’s Conference Room)
  • UNLV – System Admin South Room 105

Tuesday, April 9, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Southern Nevada In-Person Policy Forum

In-Person Location: System Administration Las Vegas Main Conference Room

Video Sites Available:

  • CSN Cheyenne – Room 2638
  • CSN West Charleston – E322
  • GBC – Berg Hall Conference
  • WNC – CED 306
  • NSC – RSC 351 (Provost’s Conference Room)
  • TMCC/UNR – SA North Main Conference Room

For questions regarding the Forums, please contact Theo Meek at tmeek@nshe.nevada.edu.

About NSHE
The Nevada System of Higher Education, comprised of two doctoral-granting universities, a state college, four comprehensive community colleges and one environmental research institute, serves the educational and job training needs of Nevada. NSHE provides educational opportunities to more than 100,000 students and is governed by the Nevada Board of Regents.

 

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