Faculty - Talking with your students about Stay on TRACK
Could earn your department $250!
Stay on TRACK is an initiative supportive of President Gamble's focus on more students completing faster. The Stay on TRACK campaign is grounded in the philosophy that students and the university can take deliberate actions to help students graduate in a more timely manner, saving them money. The campaign is specifically focused on first time, full time bachelor's degree seeking students.
Five things to discuss with your students:
- Take at least 30 credit hours per year.
- Register early to get the classes they need.
- Ask an academic advisor and use DegreeWorks.
- Choose a major by their third semester and stick with it.
- Keep up their grades.