- Obtain and review relevant scholarship and data on belonging (curricular and co-curricular) for different populations that attend TAMU (ethnicity, first generation status, gender and socioeconomic status)
- Provide recommendations on how to improve a sense of belonging for all students
- Review existing efforts and provide recommendations on how to further support students who identify as Hispanic/Latinx, as TAMU approaches Hispanic Serving Institution status
|Regents' Scholarship & Program Requirements
- Outline holistic review criteria for selection of Regents’ Scholars
- Determine level of funding for entering class of 2020, based on cap of 750 students
- Suggest programming for year two of the Regents’ Scholarship Program, with strong consideration of high impact on-campus internships
- Obtain and review relevant data on numbers of applications, admissions and yield. Disaggregate data where possible.
- Track movement of students within majors once accepted and time to degree.
- Suggest improvements to Transfer Admissions, which might include different processes, data, and financial incentives.