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ACHE 2014

October 27–29, 2014

Las Vegas, Nevada

Campus Connections: Building an Integrated Team and Providing Innovative Service to Continuing Higher Education Hispanic Learners

Monday, October 27, 2014 at 11:15 AM–12:00 PM PDT
Concurrent Session 1
Session Description

This session will explore Regis University’s Thornton Campus, which is dedicated to serving Hispanic post-traditional learners in an accelerated model, both on-ground and on-line. Join us as we explore how to rejuvenate a campus through overhauling its organizational structure and staffing structure in order to provide visionary and innovative service. This session will emphasize integrating services such as admissions, advising, learning resources, instruction, and financial aid, all within the framework of a campus dedicated to graduating post-traditional, degree-completion Hispanic students. We will explore what works, challenges faced, and lessons learned along the way.

Session Focus
Credit Programming
Post-traditional Students
Accelerated Programs
Student / Client Support Services
Session Audience
Program Directors
Program Staff
Deans & Senior Administrators
Student Services Providers

Primary Presenter

Amy Beth Rell, Regis University
Contact information; 303-964-6254

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