Increasing Access to Experiential Learning
Last updated: June 7, 2018
We are committed to increasing access to experiential learning for those student populations that have historically faced barriers to engagement. This will be achieved through strategically expanding existing offerings to address the needs of a broader cross-section of our student population, and actively promoting opportunities to at-risk students. Additionally, we will align our on-campus employment and paraprofessional opportunities with employability outcomes and provide formal institutional recognition for them.
|Action Item||Start Time||End Time||Status|
|Expand ICON course to include new sections||April 2018||Summer 2018||Completed|
|Create and pilot paraprofessional helping course||January 2018||September 2018||Completed|
|Map common employability outcomes to Work Study positions||Summer 2018||Fall 2018||Completed|
|Create a career ready course for all students||September 2017||Winter 2019||Completed|
|Convert on-campus employment to experiential learning opportunities||December 2017||March 2019||Ongoing|
|Map common employability outcomes to URA positions||Fall 2018||Winter 2019||Completed|
These initiatives are at the foundation of the University's Experiential Learning Strategy implementation, which began in October 2017.