SUNY New Paltz has been selected as one of the first U.S. colleges and universities to participate in a new, two-year program designed to promote excellence in academic advising and improve the experiences of both student advisees and faculty and primary role advisors.
One of the goals of the EAA process is to foster an enhanced institution-wide understanding of academic advising as integral to the institution’s teaching and learning mission.
The EAA process at the College will be led by working groups composed of faculty, administrators, staff and students, with Dante Cantú, executive director of Academic Advising and Student Success, and Lucy Walker, assistant vice president for Institutional Research, serving as institutional liaisons.
Please join us to learn more about the 2-year project, including the EAA timeline, and the roles of the EAA working groups by attending one of the upcoming information sessions in the Faculty Development Center, College Hall 113:
Nov. 19th at 1pm: An overview of the 2-year EAA process, timeline and goals.
Nov 28th at 2:30 p.m.: Overview of the EAA Platform (informed by 10-years of institutional data) which will provide supporting evidence for working group discussions and serve as a common resource area.
Dec. 5th at 1:30pm: An overview of the 2-year EAA process, timeline and goals.
Dec. 11th at 1pm: An overview of the 2-year EAA process, timeline and goals.