Dates: Friday, October 6, 2023
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Registration is free for all CSU faculty, staff, and administrators.
Making the Re-enrollment Priority an Equity Strategy
Our system has charged us with re-enrolling as many students as possible–a critical goal for preserving student access to college degrees and our system’s budget. However, there is a risk that we merely re-enroll students into the same systems that caused them to leave us initially. An alternative is to ensure that re-enrollment practices center student needs, support re-enrollee’s success, and serve as a launch-pad for equity-based strategies that ensure our disproportionately-impacted students are ultimately well-served by our campuses.
Join us for a virtual conversation exploring how middle leaders can create re-enrollment strategies that equitably support students once they come back to campus. We’ll explore strategies used by other campuses in the CSU as well as similar universities across the country. We will also have time for Q&A to support your thinking about how to apply these strategies to your context.
- Participants will understand the relationship between re-enrollment and equitable outcomes
- Participants will learn about strategies to support equitable re-enrollment initiatives particularly with constraints (budget, politics)
- Participants will think about refinements to their own re-enrollment strategies that center equitable student success
Who should attend?
Middle leaders who currently lead reform efforts, or who might in the future. These virtual conversations do not require a team.