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Academic Engagement and Student Achievement

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Academic Engagement and Student Achievement
French Administration, Room 436 and CUE 519

William B. Davis, Interim Vice Provost.

The Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement offers programs and courses that support all undergraduates at WSU. One- and two-credit courses are designed to fit student schedules and can be paired with other University courses or courses in the major for high-impact learning.

The curriculum assists students in gaining the skills to manage key transitions of the college years: from high school or a community college to a research university, transition into a major, transition into research and creative activities, and transition from college into a career and a life of personal fulfillment.

Active and collaborative learning environments develop teamwork and leadership skills while also fostering positive relationships with an inclusive community of peers, faculty, and advising staff. Students' progress in their degree programs is supported by focus on developing critical thinking, analytical, and information skills, as well as by their strong written and oral communications components. Frequent reflective assignments assist students in integrating their college experiences with their developing sense of personal and social responsibility and self-direction.

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