Student Success Operations Committee Projects
In 2020, the Student Success Operations Committee began a multi-year institutional self-study to tackle historical boundaries to the success of students at TAMU. Using a framework provided by the Educational Advisory Board (EAB), the committee intends to examine 3-4 projects a year in workgroups. The examination will be a deep dive into areas of inquiry in each historical boundary. The smaller workgroups will report back to the entire committee for discussion and feedback throughout the year. Insights from these discussions are intended to improve institutional practice.
Administrative Processes and Policies Workgroup
EAB Boundary Description: Student-facing registration and hold policies do not unduly and unnecessarily prevent students from enrolling and returning. Academic leaders have aligned policies that nudge students to make better choices, and they regularly review policies to discover hidden policy roadblocks.
||Director of Academic Advissing, OSS
||Associate Director of Analytics, OSS
||Assistant Provost, Undergraduate Studies/LAUNCH
||Executive Director, Student Business Services
||Executive Director, OSS
Areas of Inquiry
- Conduct and audit of existing campus holds.
- Analyze qualitative responses from students who contemplated leaving the university as indicated on the graduation survey.
- Analyze student responses to academic advising questions in the graduation survey.