Please see the attached resources below designed to help our undergraduate students navigate the spring semester. These resources were developed based upon feedback and partnership with campus partners, including faculty, academic leadership, and Teaching and Learning Innovation.
Your instructional peers created these video tips to highlight ways to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom. Topics range from course organization to engaging student scholars virtually to scaffolded grading techniques. Just in Time Teaching Tips are a collaboration between Student Success and Teaching and Learning Innovation.
If you need to miss a class for a personal or professional conflict this semester, consider scheduling A Different Kind of Class. Through A Different Kind of Class, a facilitator will guide your student scholars through a workshop of your choice to promote their academic success and connect them to campus resources. A Different Kind of Class is a partnership between Student Success and University Libraries.
These slides are pre-populated with academic success tips for student scholars around academic integrity, mastering the course content, and technology resources. There is also a slide for adding your personalized tips and resources.
You can refer student scholars to the Academic Success Center for academic coaching, supplemental instruction, and tutoring.
Additional Student Support
If further action is needed, refer student scholars to or contact the appropriate campus department for additional support and assistance:
- Academic Success Center—academic, attendance, or student engagement concerns; academic alerts; and referring student scholars to the ASC
- 865-974-HELP (4357)—mental health or well-being concerns (available 24/7)
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact me. I appreciate all you do for our Volunteer community every day.
In the Volunteer spirit,
Vice Provost for Student Success