(Oct. 2, 2012) -- The UTSA Undergraduate Orientation Advisory Board (OAB) is seeking proposals for modifications to orientation programming during the 2012-2013 academic year. Proposals for implementation during orientation sessions for students entering UTSA in spring 2013, summer 2013 and fall 2013 are due Oct. 12 to George Norton, associate vice president for admissions, orientation and family programs. Email proposals to Canda Brown.
There is no mandated format for proposal submissions, however, previous successful proposals have generally addressed these topics: purpose, goals, proposal details/strategy, resources and summary.
The Orientation Advisory Board will respond to proposals with recommendations during October 2012 and, as part of their deliberations, may communicate with or host discussions with proposal authors and other key constituents. The OAB makes final recommendations to the associate vice president for admissions, orientation and family programs and to the vice president for student affairs.
The OAB is chaired by Fred Hample, executive director of student operations, UTSA Downtown Campus, and consists of representatives from teaching faculty, Academic Advising, Testing Services, Academic Support and Undergraduate Studies, Downtown Campus, New Student Admissions, Residence Life, Business Affairs, Orientation and Family Programs, University Development and the student body.
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