Texas A&M-San Antonio, as a young institution, will become a national model of student & academic success utilizing deliberate, intentional processes to improve student learning. With the rapid approach of Texas A&M University-San Antonio becoming a comprehensive 4 year university, accepting 1st and 2nd year students and offering lower level courses, many factors need to be considered to make this process a smooth transition. The University's downward expansion is pending approval by SACSCOC. A National Model of Student & Academic Success Working Group was created and a High Impact Practices Action Plan & Student Pathway to Success Plan is under development. This Super Committee is tasked with meeting weekly to:
- Develop a definition of student success at Texas A&M University-San Antonio
- What will it take to be student-ready?
- Proposing intentional-deliberate practices that will enable our students to be successful
- Embrace mind-set, mindfulness, and a sense of belonging
- Create a data-driven culture
- Embrace learning outcomes that integrate high impact practices
- Create a teaching-learning culture of experiential learning for every student