Reminders: 1. All surveys must continue to be approved through OASI. The Division of Student Life is working with larger university efforts to minimize the number of communications to students. If you would like feedback from students, you can use the polling feature in Zoom during your sessions. This will provide immediate, valuable formative data. There are also less statistically reliable methods through social media platforms.
2. As we make adjustments to the ways in which we serve our students, we might also have to adjust some of our assessments. Assessment plans and data tracking are just as critical now as we seek to adjust our reimagined programs, services, and events for students at UT. These plans will serve as evidence for the great things happening in the departments during this unique time. SACSCOC has been clear that expectations for annual data reporting remain unchanged. Ultimately, we must continue to do great work and share the great things that are happening through the Division of Student Life!
Deadlines for April: Activity Codes were due April 15. Please upload your rosters as soon as possible if you have not done so.
Many people are making the transition to online learning, and our university has resources to help you succeed. If you need help understanding the many features that Zoom has to offer, follow this link so you can use this platform effectively.
This article from Presence provides useful advice for Student Life professionals on how to help students through the COVID-19 crisis. It will guide you through nine action steps to aid students in these challenging times.
Now that our university has transitioned to an online format, most of us are expected to work from home. So, we have to meet our colleagues and teams via Zoom. This blog will provide you with practical tips and tricks that will make your meetings successful, check it out!
What did the All Students Club install in 1940, the Chi Omega Sorority replace in 1950 and the Senior Class replace in 1991?