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SEARCH Choose a search category All Programs People Search All When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select., Top Searches Tuition & Financial Aid Advising Careers at CMU Housing Program Finder COVID-19 University Library Clark Historical Library Faculty & Staff Alumni My Account IN THIS SECTION View All Colleges Each of our seven academic colleges offer a transformative culture powered by a world-class education., College of Education and Human Services In the College of Education and Human Services, we'll help you help others., Dow College of Health Professions In our college, you'll create an inclusive, healthy society while preparing to work directly with individuals in clinical settings or take a more systemic approach through research and education., Mount Pleasant, Mich. 48859 989-774-4000 Campus Safety Information and Resources © Copyright Central Michigan University Central Michigan University offers more than 200 undergraduate programs and more than 70 graduate programs at its seven academic colleges., Colleges

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Charge for Committee I - Departments and Colleges final

 1 Academic Organizational Review Charge for Committee I: Departments and Colleges Rationale for Review: CMU has changed considerably since the last reorganization of colleges and departments more than 20 years ago., For example, have programs within departments grown to the point where they would be more effective and attractive to students if they were separate departments?, The final draft will be voted on by affected departments and colleges and the Academic Senate as outlined in the academic reorganization policy., The committee may consider multiple options for organizing academic colleges and departments., A final draft will be voted on by the affected departments and colleges and potentially by the Academic Senate, depending on the outcome of departmental and college votes as specified by the academic reorganization policy., Charge for Committee I - Departments and Colleges final

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/cmu-files/about/strategic_planning/organizationalreview/charge-for-committee-i---departments-and-colleges-final.pdf?sfvrsn=57e3f0dc_2

Pilot Study of Student Success Strategies for Engineering Technology Students at Three Ontario Colleges

The efforts of the colleges seem to be working and over the last seven years the student graduation rate has improved from 60.1% to 65.8% (Colleges Ontario, 2014) in the Ontario college system., The findings indicate that there are student success strategies that seem to be working for the three colleges sampled, but more research is needed for all the colleges., The findings of this study have shown that there are several strategies that seem to be working for engineering technology students in three colleges., Colleges as communities: Taking research on student persistence seriously., Colleges as communities: Taking research on student persistence seriously., Pilot Study of Student Success Strategies for Engineering Technology Students at Three Ontario Colleges

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/student-recruitment-and-retention-division/admissions/international/denise-devlin-li---pilot-study-of-student-sduccess-strategies-for-engineering-technology-students-at-three-ontario-colleges9a5f4cc4-72c8-4e28-8e77-7c416bdbac3c.pdf?sfvrsn=c2b6caff_5

Committee III Reorganization Recommendations January 29 2018

Although most of the recommendations affect the academic colleges that operate under the RCM model, the committee advocates adopting some of the changes proposed for colleges to service centers both within and outside the academic division., The units in the academic division outside of the colleges and those in the remainder of the university operate under a centralized base-budget model where the central administration allocates funds generated by the colleges (from budgeted assessment receipts) to support service centers., However, as with colleges, service units can also generate surpluses where expenses are kept below the allocated budget., Create a process to allow colleges and academic service centers to apply for funding from this centralized investment fund to initiate new programs., Colleges would seek reimbursement for start-up expenses incurred on an annual basis prior to the end of the fiscal year.

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/president's-division/strategic-plan/documents-page/preliminary-reports---january-29-2018/committee-iii-reorganization-recommendations-january-29-2018a409a2fe-5f7e-4486-a213-bd402424cf33.pdf?sfvrsn=67e30d34_3

20210811StrategicPlanCharge forCommitteeII

As a large and complex institution with a budget of nearly half a billion dollars, it is important to ensure that there is good communication and coordination between colleges and support units and between support units., The goal of this review is to ensure units outside of the colleges, within the academic division and beyond, are structured to have the greatest possible, positive impact on the student academic experience and thus student outcomes and success., Communication and coordination between vertically organized units (e.g., academic colleges) and horizontally organized units (e.g., the Office of Research and Graduate Studies) that have responsibilities across multiple colleges; 2., The function of units such as Enrollment and Student Services, the former components of Global Campus, ORGS and the Office of Information Technology; 4., The preliminary and final draft reports from the committee will be presented to the Academic Senate and the campus community to solicit feedback and suggestions that may be incorporated into the final documents.

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/president's-division/strategic-plan/20210811strategicplancharge-forcommitteeii0d3b2c10-e5e3-4807-be94-5ea9b7907038.pdf?sfvrsn=9a284f6c_3

Charge for Committee II - Academic Support Final

As a large and complex institution with a budget of nearly half a billion dollars, it is important to ensure that there is good communication and coordination between colleges and support units and between support units., The goal of this review is to ensure units outside of the colleges, within the academic division and beyond, are structured to have the greatest possible, positive impact on the student academic experience and thus student outcomes and success., Communication and coordination between vertically organized units (e.g., academic colleges) and horizontally organized units (e.g., the Office of Research and Graduate Studies) that have responsibilities across multiple colleges; 2., The function of units such as Enrollment and Student Services, the former components of Global Campus, ORGS and the Office of Information Technology; 4., The preliminary and final draft reports from the committee will be presented to the Academic Senate and the campus community to solicit feedback and suggestions that may be incorporated into the final documents.

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/cmu-files/about/strategic_planning/organizationalreview/charge-for-committee-ii---academic-support-final.pdf?sfvrsn=2187967c_2

Agreements System Help

Click to Select a College – gives a dropdown list of CMU Colleges., Multiple Colleges may be selected for any given search., Click to Select by College – gives a dropdown list of CMU Colleges., Multiple Colleges may be selected for any given search., Department – dropdown list of active departments for the college or colleges selected.

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CAEP Education Data | College of Education and Human Services

SEARCH Choose a search category All Programs People Search All When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select., Top Searches Tuition & Financial Aid Advising Careers at CMU Housing Program Finder COVID-19 University Library Clark Historical Library Faculty & Staff Alumni My Account College of Education & Human Services Menu IN THIS SECTION View All Undergraduate CAEP Education Data ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Educator Preparation Programs (EPP) is the primary coordinating body for all of CMU’s teacher preparation and continuing education programs which are distributed across six colleges and involve 21 departments/schools and five interdisciplinary councils., The work of the EPP is supported by the Center for Student Services housed in the College of Education and Human Services., The Michigan Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (MACTE) Principal Survey was developed through a collaboration of educator preparation institutions in the state of Michigan., “It seemed as though that CMU staff really wanted you to succeed and be the best teacher as possible once you graduated., CAEP Education Data | College of Education and Human Services

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PSY RSO brochure 2021

 https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/class/Psychology/Opportunities/ Organizations/Pages/APSSC.aspx Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus (APSSC) APSSC of CMU promotes student research and professional development at CMU and at national and regional conferences., Local dues are $10 per semester or $15 for the year, and national dues are $35 per year., Sarah Domoff Phone: 989-774-1072 E-mail: domof1se@cmich.edu https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/class/Psychology/Opportunities/ Organizations/PsiChi/Pages/default.aspx Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology., Requirements for undergraduate members are completion of 3 semesters of college, an overall GPA in the upper 35% of your class and completion of 9 semester hours of psychology with a 3.00 average., EXPO promotes psychological research at CMU, serves as a forum for faculty and students and provides funding for student research based activities.

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The Perceived Influence of Non-Cognitive Skills on the Student Post-Secondary Journey

Ontario Community Colleges Community Colleges and Universities primarily dominate CanadaÕs Ontario post- secondary system; however, private vocational schools and theological schools are also included in this sector (Jones, 2014; Jones & Skolnik, 2009; Usher, 2018)., There are currently 24 community colleges in Ontario, seven of which are designated as Polytechnic institutions (Algonquin, Conestoga, Fanshawe, George Brown College, Humber, Seneca, Sheridan College)., Formation of Colleges Ontario colleges were formed between 1965 and 1967 by William (Bill) G., The need to advance knowledge and skills to a segment of the population not THE PERCEIVED INFLUENCE OF NON-COGNITIVE SKILLS 24 previously served in the school system was seen as the cornerstone of community colleges in Ontario (Davis, 1965; Mackay, 2014)., Delving into literature that addressed the changing characteristics of Ontario colleges furthered the notion of post-secondary readiness., The Perceived Influence of Non-Cognitive Skills on the Student Post-Secondary Journey

https://www.cmich.edu/docs/default-source/student-recruitment-and-retention-division/admissions/international/nicole-lee---the-perceived-influence-of-non-cognitive-skills-on-the-student-poe0954157-4a10-4a56-9683-766c341fb341.pdf?sfvrsn=caf4f53d_7