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The Center for Community Engagement Inquire. Practice. Reflect. Board of Trustees March 19-20, 2013 Judy Botelho, Center for Community Engagement Ephraim P. Smith, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer. REFLECT. Directed. Students have a goal and know how to achieve it.

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the center for community engagement inquire practice reflect

The Center for Community EngagementInquire. Practice. Reflect.

Board of Trustees

March 19-20, 2013

Judy Botelho, Center for Community Engagement

Ephraim P. Smith, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer

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Directed

Students have a goal and know how to achieve it

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Focused

Students stay on track – keeping their eyes on the prize.

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Nurtured

Students feel somebody wants them to succeed as a student and helps them succeed

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Connected

Students feel they are part of the college community

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Students actively listen and participate in class and are involved in extracurricular activities

Engaged

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Valued

Students’ skills, talents, abilities and experiences are recognized.

They have opportunities to contribute on campus and feel their contributions are appreciated.

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FOCUSED:

Students stay on track-keeping their eyes on the prize

VALUED:

Students’ skills, talents, abilities & experiences are recognized and they have opportunities to contribute

CONNECTED

Students feel they are part of the college community

DIRECTED:

Students have a goal & know how to achieve it

ENGAGED:

Students actively listen and participate in class and are involved in extracurricular activities

HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES

Six Factors that Support Student Success

NURTURED:

Students feel somebody wants them to succeed

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