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classes up through the fifth week of an eight week term. This causes issues for financial aid, billing and athletic eligibility.

  • We recommend that the drop period be reviewed and benchmarking be completed by both RU and EU to determine if it would be feasible to shorten the period.

Timeline: Implementation of 1-3 years

Action Assignment:

Dr. Ogle and Dr. Haines should take the lead and appoint key

faculty to review to policy. Resource requirements:

No additional resources necessary

  • 4.

    Fayette campus faculty are utilized as academic advisors. EU has Academic Advising positions.

    • We recommend advising training for all faculty advisors.

    • Utilize the Jenzabar Advising module.

    • Look at making the evaluation of advising as part of faculty tenure requirements.

    • Hire full time academic advisor to handle students who are undecided.

Timeline: Implementation of 1-3 years

Action Assignment:

Dr. Ogle and Dr. Haines should take the lead in evaluating this

possibility. Resource requirements:

$30,000 per position.

Policy Issues

  • Application differences, Acceptance policies – The applications and acceptance policies differ at the Fayette campus versus the EU.

    • 1.

      Internal – These applications and acceptance policies have been developed by EU and RU. As long as all information is requested, these should be able to be combined.

  • Academic year definition and Full time, part time status definitions are different between EU and RU.

    • 1.

      External – Department of Education regulations concerning Financial Aid could be a barrier.

  • Drop/Add policy, AW policy too liberal

    • 1.

      Internal – policy has been in place for several years and needs to be revisited.

  • Faculty advisors versus full time academic advisors.

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