Spring 2013 QEP Cohort Grids (Courses and Students)
I am attaching, for your use and review, a copy of the Spring 2013 QEP Grids. Faculty advisors are expected to use this grid when advising freshmen. You will notice that there are now nine cohorts, which takes into consideration any attrition that historically occurs in the spring. The document includes two attachments. Please use them accordingly:
1. Tab #1 (Courses)
a. All grids are built upon the 2012 Course Catalog.
b. The grids should be used for first-time freshmen as well as new freshmen who have not taken a majority of the Core courses.
c. The QEP indicates that Cohorts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 17 should allow no more than 17 hours of coursework.
d. The QEP also indicates that Transition Cohorts (13 through 16) should allow no more than 14 hours of coursework.
e. There are two sections of FYS in every cohort, in case of overage.
f. Transition Cohorts include an ENG 110 and MAT 109, in case a student fails either/both courses this semester.
2. Tab #2 (Students)
a. This tab lists students in each cohort and includes their major (as reported by the Registrar).
b. Pay special attention to students who *must* be placed in the Transition Cohorts.
c. Report any discrepancies in majors to the Registrar.
Thank you in advance for your support and feel free to contact me with any questions. Have a great day!
Dr. Carla L. Morelon
Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment
Interim Director of the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
Temporary Office: Rosenwald 203
2012-13 QEP Theme: “What is the impact (social, political and economic) of the Presidential Election on healthcare and gun control?”