- Volunteer to teach a course where first-year students are the primary enrollees
- Ask your students if they are involved on campus
- Set high expectations for your students and push them and support them to achieve greatness
- Familiarize yourself with campus resources to coach students as needed
- Apply to be in the IMPACT program
- Conduct research on students learning and/or success within your discipline
- Submit mid-term grade reports as a feedback mechanism to your students
- Understand how the courses you teach connect to other courses in a students' major
- Incorporate Course Signals into your class
- Serve as an advisor for a student organization
- Attend a workshop put on by the Center for Instructional Excellence to hear new ideas on teaching and learning
- Share your innovative ideas for improving student success with your colleagues and peers
- Partner with a colleague to create a Learning Community around your research and courses
- Join a committee focused on the FOE recommendations. Contact Daphne Koch to discuss opportunities
- Ask students how they are doing in courses. Refer them to academic support resources as needed.
- Suggest ways for students to become involved on campus
- Help explain policies and procedures that may be confusing to a first-time student.
- Join a FOE committee. Contact Jared Tippets to find out about opportunities.
- Serve on a committee or participate in a focus group. Contact Jared Tippets to find out about opportunities
- Become familiar with Purdue's academic support resources.
- Meet with an academic advisor periodically to check on your progress on your degree plan.
- Participate in a campus organization or other leadership opportunity
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