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Welcome | Overview & Conceptual Framework | Master Exhibit List
Standard 1 | Standard 2 | Standard 3 | Standard 4 | Standard 5 | Standard 6

Master Exhibit Listing

Overview and Conceptual Framework Exhibits

I.5.a Pages from catalogs and other printed documents describing general education, specialty/content studies, and professional studies

I.5.b Examples of syllabi for professional education courses

I.5.c Conceptual framework(s)

I.5.d Findings of other national accreditation associations related to the preparation of education professionals (e.g., ASHA, NASM, APA, CACREP)

I.5.e Updated institutional, program, and faculty information under institutional work space in AIMS

1.5.a.1 Institutional Vision, Mission, Goals & Outcomes (4.4.h.2)

1.5.a.2 List of All Programs of Study

1.5.a.3 Accreditation Information

1.5.b.1 CE 301 Foundations of Career Technical Education Syllabus spring 2013

1.5.b.2 ED 302 Foundations of Education II Syllabus fall 2012 (4.4.i.13)

1.5.b.4 EL 324 Teaching Mathematics in the Primary Grades Syllabus fall 2013

1.5.b.5 BI/CH/GS 456: M&M of Teaching Biology/Chemistry/General Science Syllabus in Middle

1.5.b.6 SE 465 IEPs and Other Legal Issues Syllabus

1.5.c.1 Current Conceptual Framework (4.4.i.14 and 6.4.a.2)

1.5.c.2 Future Conceptual Framework (6.4.a.7)

1.5.e.1 Program Demographics

1.5.b.3 ED 305 Technology & Media Syllabus fall 2012


Standard 1

1.4.a State program review documents and state findings (Some of these documents may be available in AIMS.)

1.4.b Title II reports submitted to the state for the previous three years

1.4.c Key assessments and scoring guides used for assessing candidate learning against professional and state standards as well as proficiencies identified in the unit's conceptual framework (Some of this information may be accessible for nationally recognized programs in AIMS. Cross reference as appropriate.)

1.4.d Aggregate data on key assessments, including proficiencies identified in the unit's conceptual framework (Data should be disaggregated by program and level regardless of location or method of delivery.)

1.4.e Key assessments and scoring guides used for assessing professional dispositions, including fairness and the belief that all students can learn belief that all students can learn

1.4.f Aggregate data on key assessments of candidates' professional dispositions (Data should be disaggregated by program and level regardless of location or method of delivery.)

1.4.g Examples of candidates' assessment and analysis of P-12 student learning

1.4.h Examples of candidates' work (e.g., portfolios at different proficiency levels) from programs across the unit

1.4.i Aggregate data on follow-up studies of graduates

1.4.j Aggregate data on employer feedback on graduates

1.4.k Data collected by state and/or national agencies on performance of educator preparation programs and the effectiveness of their graduates in classrooms and schools, including student achievement data, when available

1.4.a.1 SDE Approved Program Checklists

1.4.a.1 SDE Approved Program Checklists

1.4.a.1 SDE Approved Program Checklists

1.4.a.1 SDE Approved Program Checklists

1.4.a.1 SDE Approved Program Checklists

1.4.b.1 2011-12 Title II Report Card

1.4.b.2 2010-11 Title II Report Card

1.4.b.3 2009-10 Title II Report Card

1.4.c.1 State Standards by Course

1.4.c.2 Alabama Quality Teacher Standards for Preservice Candidates

1.4.c.3 EA Observation Assessment Rubric (2.4.a.10)

1.4.c.4 ED 301 Portfolio Assessment Rubric (2.4.a.2)

1.4.c.5 TEP Portfolio Assessment Rubric (2.4.a.3, 2.4.b.7)

1.4.c.6 Senior Methods Portfolio Assessment Rubric (2.4.a.4)

1.4.c.7 Culminating Portfolio Assessment Rubric (2.4.a.5)

1.4.c.8 Example of National Professional Standards in Course Syllabus

1.4.c.9 College-Level Writing Rubric (2.4.a.8 and 5.4.e.8)

1.4.c.10 All State Standards Assessed in Internship

1.4.d.1 Candidate Growth in Writing from ED302 to Internship

1.4.d.2 Candidate Growth Across Benchmarks

1.4.d.3 Portfolio Benchmark Data by Program

1.4.d.4 Disaggregated Benchmark Data by Program

1.4.d.5 EA Assessment Data from Field Experience (by Program) (3.4.f.29, 4.4.a.3)

1.4.d.6 EA Assessment Data from Internship (by Program) (4.4.a.5)

1.4.d.7 EA Field Experience vs Internship Performance at Target

1.4.d.8 EA Field Experience vs Internship Scoring

1.4.d.9 EA 1st Year Teachers’ Self-Reporting at 40%

1.4.d.10 EA 1st Year Teachers Self-Reporting at 70%

1.4.d.11 Candidate Assessment of TEP (2.4.a.13)

1.4.d.12 Candidate Comments about TEP (2.4.d.4)

1.4.e.1 Professional Dispositions Rubric (2.4.a.15)

1.4.f.1 Professional Dispositions at Course Level

1.4.f.2 Professional Dispositions at Field Experience

1.4.f.3 Professional Dispositions at Internship (4.4.a.6)

1.4.g.1 SC 362 Tutoring Assignment 1

1.4.g.2 SC 362 Tutoring Assignment 2

1.4.g.3 SC 362 Tutoring Assignment 3

1.4.g.4 SC 362 Tutoring Assignment 4

1.4.g.5 EL 424 Pre-Post test assignment 1

1.4.g.6 EL 424 pretest assignment 2

1.4.g.7 EL 424 pretest assignment

1.4.g.8 Pre-Post Assignment SE 355

1.4.g.9 COE students teach Huntsville City Teachers

1.4.g.10 Internship pre-post test impact on student learning

1.4.h.1 Examples of Candidates Work

1.4.i.1 Graduate Follow-up Survey Results (2.4.a.18)

1.4.j.1 Principal’s Survey of Recent ASU Graduates Hired (2.4.a.17)


Standard 2

2.4.a Description of the unit's assessment system including the requirements and key assessments used at transition points

2.4.b Admission criteria and data from key assessments used for entry to programs

2.4.c Policies, procedures, and practices for ensuring that key assessments of candidate performance and evaluations of program quality and unit operations are fair, accurate, consistent, and free of bias

2.4.d Policies, procedures, and practices for ensuring that data are regularly collected, compiled, aggregated, summarized, analyzed, and used for continuous improvement

2.4.e Policies, procedures and practices for managing candidate complaints

2.4.f File of candidate complaints and the unit's responses and resolutions (This information should be available during the onsite visit)

2.4.g Examples of significant changes made to courses, programs, and the unit in response to data gathered from the assessment system

2.4.a.1 Assessment Handbook

2.4.a.2 ED 301 Portfolio Rubric (1.4.c.4)

2.4.a.3 TEP Portfolio Rubric (1.4.c.5)

2.4.a.4 Senior Methods Portfolio Rubric (1.4.c.6)

2.4.a.5 Culminating Portfolio Rubric (1.4.c.7)

2.4.a.6 Program Assessment Table

2.4.a.7 Unit Assessment Table

2.4.a.8 Internship College-level Writing Rubric (1.4.c.9, 2.4.a.16 and 5.4.e.8)

2.4.a.9 PRAXIS II Required Tests by Major

2.4.a.10 EducateAlabama Observation Rubric (1.4.c.3)

2.4.a.11 Early Childhood Performance Assessment Template

2.4.a.12 EducateAlabama Self-Assessment 2012-13

2.4.a.13 Intern TEP Survey (3.4.f.14)

2.4.a.14 Tables for Benchmarks 1-5

2.4.a.15 Professional Dispositions Rubric (1.4.e.1)

2.4.a.16 Initial Philosophy College-level Writing Rubric (1.4.c.9, 2.4.a.8, 2.4.b.5, 5.4.e.8)

2.4.a.17 2012-13 Principals’ Survey (1.4.j.1)

2.4.a.18 2012-13 Graduate Follow-up Survey (1.4.i.1)

2.4.b.1 Benchmark 2 – Admission to TEP

2.4.b.2 Admission Requirements for TEP

2.4.b.3 TEP Interview Rubric

2.4.b.4 TEP Interview Data

2.4.b.5 Initial Philosophy College-level Writing Rubric ((1.4.c.9, 2.4.a.8, 2.4.a.16, 2.4.b.5, 5.4.e.8)

2.4.b.6 Initial Philosophy Data

2.4.b.7 TEP Portfolio Rubric (2.4.a.3 and 1.4.c.5)

2.4.b.8 TEP Portfolio Data

2.4.c.1 Fairness, Accuracy, Consistency, and Elimination of Bias statement

2.4.d.1 Fall 2011 Assessment Manual

2.4.d.2 Fall 2012 Assessment Manual TOC (More than 2MG –doc.in entirety available onsite)

2.4.d.3 Fall 2013 Assessment Manual TOC (More than 2MG- doc. in entirety available onsite)

2.4.d.4 Intern Assessment Comments of TEP (1.4.d.12)

2.4.d.5 Assessment Review Fall 2012

2.4.d.6 2011 Annual Assessment Retreat Minutes

2.4.d.7 2010 Annual Assessment Retreat Minutes

2.4.d.8 CAAP COE 2010-2011

2.4.d.9 CAAP COE 2011-2012

2.4.d.10 CAAP COE 2012-2013

2.4.e.1 Student complaint procedure

2.4.e.2 Student grievance procedure

File of candidate complaints and the unit’s responses and resolutions (This information should be available during the onsite visit)

2.4.g.1 AMSTI Overview

2.4.g.2 AMSTI National recognition

2.4.g.3 Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI) webpage

2.4.g.4 EducateAlabama Continuum For Teacher Development(AQTS)

2.4.g.5 Scaffolded ASU UDL Lesson Plan format (4.4.c.2)

2.4.g.6 Teacher Education Council (TEC) Charge and Members for 2012-2013 (6.4.a.4)

2.4.g.7 Charter-Board of Visitors (6.4.a.4)

2.4.g.8 Data Driven Changes to the Unit

2.4.g.9 Continuous Improvement of Assessment Measures Fall 2013

2.4.g.10 Board of Visitors Flowchart (6.4.a.8)


Standard 3

3.4.a Examples across programs of collaborative activities between unit and P-12 schools to support the design, implementation, and evaluation of field experiences and clinical practice, including memoranda of understanding

3.4.b Aggregate data on candidate placement in field experiences and clinical practice (Data should be disaggregated by program and level regardless of location or method of delivery)

3.4.c Criteria for the selection of clinical faculty, which includes both higher education and P–12 school faculty

3.4.d Examples of support and evaluation of clinical faculty across programs

3.4.e Guidelines/ handbooks on field experiences and clinical practice for candidates, and clinical faculty, including support provided by the unit and opportunities for feedback and reflection

3.4.f Assessment instruments and scoring guides used for and data collected from field experiences and clinical practice for all programs, including use of technology for teaching and learning (These assessments may be included in program review documents or the exhibits for Standard 1. Cross reference as appropriate.)

3.4.g Aggregate data on candidates entering and exiting from clinical practice for all programs (These assessments

may be included in program review documents or the exhibits for Standard 1. Cross reference as appropriate.)

3.4.a.1 Collaborative Activities: Science Among the Columns Athens State University Summer Enrichment Camp 2013

3.4.a.2 Collaborative Activities: Sci-Quest Hands on Science Program

3.4.a.3 Collaborative Activities: Tanner Summer Enrichment Academy

3.4.a.4 Collaborative Activities: Sparkman Agenda

3.4.a.5 Collaborative Activities: Chapman School (5.4.e.7)

3.4.a.6 Collaborative Activities: Boys’ and Girls’ Club

3.4.a.7 Collaborative Activities: Botanical Garden Summer Camps 2013

3.4.a.8 Collaborative Activities: Mt. Gap K-8 Summer Enrichment Academy

3.4.a.9 Collaborative Activities: Sparkman High

3.4.a.10 Collaborative Activities: PDS Needs Report

3.4.a.11 Collaborative Activities: Status Check

3.4.a.12 Collaborative Activities: Sparkman Middle

3.4.a.13 Collaborative Activities: Summary of PDS Partnerships (5.4.e.5)

3.4.a.14 Collaborative Activities: Public Relation Visits 2012

3.4.a.15 Collaborative Activities: IOR Revision Committee Meeting Spring 2013

3.4.a.16 Collaborative Activities: Administrative Meeting Dec. 2013

3.4.b.1 Internship – Fall 2012

3.4.b.2 Field Experience – Summer 2012

3.4.b.3 Diversity Record Fall 2012 Intern Candidate #1

3.4.b.4 Diversity Record Fall 2012 Intern Candidate #2

3.4.b.5 Field Experience-Days-by-Program

3.4.c.1 ALSDE Administrative Code 290-3-3-.02 (7) (s) Criteria for selecting clinical faculty

3.4.c.2 Criteria for selecting clinical faculty

3.4.d.1 IOR-Classroom Teacher-Early Childhood-Fall 2012

3.4.d.2 Candidate Intern Evaluation of Clinical Faculty (3.4.f.18)

3.4.d.3 Supervisor Evaluation of Clinical Faculty (3.4.f.17)

3.4.e.1 ED 301 Orientation Schedule Fall 2012

3.4.e.2 ED 301 Orientation Schedule Spring 2013

3.4.e 3 ED 301 Orientation Schedule Summer 2013

3.4.e.4 Field Experience Handbook 2012-13

3.4.e.5 ED 301 Orientation Booklet Updated May 11, 2013

3.4.e.6 SDE Administrative Code 290-3-3-.02 (6)(a)8. Internship

3.4.e.7 Internship Handbook Fall 2012

3.4.e.8 Internship Seminar Agenda Spring 2013

3.4.e.9 Spring 2012 Supervisor Newsletter

3.4.e.10 Field Experience Placement by Diversity Component

3.4.e.11 Field Experience Day Requirements by Major

3.4.e.12 New Field Experience Model for Fall 2014

3.4.f.1 Faculty Meeting Internship Assignment

3.4.f.2 Integration of Math Internship Assignment

3.4.f.3 Pacing Guide Internship Assignment

3.4.f.4 Reflections Internship Assignment (1)

3.4.f.5 Reflections Internship Assignment (2)

3.4.f.6 Reflections Internship Assignment (3)

3.4.f.7 School Resources Internship Assignment

3.4.f.8 Technology Integration Internship Assignment

3.4.f.9 Unit Effectiveness Internship Assignment

3.4.f.10 Unit Introduction Internship Assignment

3.4.f.11 Website Critique Internship Assignment

3.4.f.12 Classroom Management Plan Assignment

3.4.f.13 Summary of Assignments and Connecting Standards

3.4.f.14 Intern Assessment of TEP

3.4.f.15 Candidate Evaluation of Intern supervisor

3.4.f.16 Clinical Faculty Evaluation of Intern Supervisor

3.4.f.17 Supervisor Evaluation of clinical faculty (3.4.d.3)

3.4.f.18 Candidate Intern Evaluation of clinical faculty (3.4.d.2

3.4.f.19 Internship Professional Dispositions 2012-13

3.4.f.20 Internship Philosophy using Writing Rubric

3.4.f.21 Professional Dispositions Assessment (1.4.e.1 and 2.4.a.15)

3.4.f.22 Overview of Assessments

3.4.f.23 IOR – Supervisor-Early Childhood – Fall 2012

3.4.f.24 Culminating Portfolio Assignment (Rubric)

3.4.f.25 Internship EA 2012-13

3.4.f.26 IOR –Classroom Teacher –Early Childhood –Fall 2012

3.4.f.27 Diversity Assignment EL 413

3.4.f.28 EA Evaluation

3.4.f.29 EA Field Experience Assessment 2012-13 (1.4.d.5 and 4.4.a.3)

3.4.f.30 EA Self-Assessment Internship Assignment

3.4.f.31 Field Experience Assignment – ED 301 Field Experience Assignment 2012

3.4.f.33 Service Learning Assignment and Rubric from EL 423

3.4.f.34 Pictorial Diversity Assignment EL 423 (also 4.4.b.4)

3.4.g.1 Internship EA 2012-13

3.4.a.17 COE Students Teach Huntsville City Teachers (1.4.g.9)


Standard 4

4.4.a Aggregate data on proficiencies related to diversity that candidates are expected to demonstrate through working with students from diverse groups in classrooms and schools, including impact on student learning

4.4.b Curriculum components and experiences that address diversity proficiencies (This might be a matrix that shows diversity components in required courses.)

4.4.c Assessment instruments and scoring guides related to candidates meeting diversity proficiencies, including impact on student learning (These assessments may be included in program review documents or the exhibits for Standard 1. Cross reference as appropriate.)

4.4.d Data table on faculty demographics (see Appendix A for an example)

4.4.e Data table on candidates demographics (see Appendix B for an example)

4.4.f Data table on demographics of P-12 students in schools used for clinical practice (see Appendix C for an example)

4.4.g Policies and practices, including good faith efforts, for recruiting and retaining diverse faculty

4.4.h Policies and practices, including good faith efforts, for recruiting and retaining diverse candidates

4.4.i Policies, procedures, and practices that support candidates working with P-12 students from diverse groups

4.4.a.1 EA Field Exp. And Internship Data Table

4.4.a.3 Field Exp. Assessment Data (1.4.d.5 and 3.4.f.29)

4.4.a.5 Internship EA Assessment Data (1.4.d.6)

4.4.a.6 Professional Dispositions Assessment Data at Internship (1.4.f.3)

4.4.b.1 Diversity Assignments in Curriculum Table

4.4.b.3 ED 322 Case Study Template

4.4.b.4 EL 423 Pictorial Diversity Assignment (3.4.f.34)

4.4.b.5 EL 424 Sample Lesson Plan (learning styles)

4.4.b.6 EL 424 Differentiated Instruction PPT

4.4.c.1 Courses with UDL Lesson Plan Assessment

4.4.c.2 Scaffold UDL Lesson Plan (2.4.g.5)

4.4.c.3 EA Field Experience Assessment Rubric

4.4.c.4. EA Internship Assessment Rubric

4.4.d.1 Table of Diverse Faculty Appendix A

4.4.d.2 Athens Storytelling Participants (and Descriptions)

4.4.d.3 Cultural Awareness Events (and Descriptions)

4.4.e.1 Table of Diverse Candidates Appendix B

4.4.e.2 AMSTI Teacher Candidate Service Areas 12-13

4.4.f.1 P-12 Student diversity Data – Appendix C

4.4.g.1 University Hiring Guidelines (5.4.a.1)

4.4.g.2 Recruitment Overview Diverse Faculty

4.4.h.1 Recruit Retain Diverse Candidates Plan pp 15-16

4.4.h.2 Vision, Mission, and Goals (1.5.a.1)

4.4.h.3 Vision 2020 Report

4.4.h.4 Strategic Plan – Reaching toward 2020 - 3 year plan 2012-2015

4.4.i.1 SDE Administrative Code Excerpt

4.4.i.2 ED 322 ELL Course Syllabus

4.4.i.3 ED 322 Diversity Assignments

4.4.i.4 PDS Fairview Collaborative Grant

4.4.i.5 PDS Madison County Cluster Demographics

4.4.i.6 PDS Orientation Letter to Candidates

4.4.i.7 PDS Principals’ Overview

4.4.i.8 PDS Sparkman Cluster Agenda

4.4.i.9 Summer PDS Demographics

4.4.i.10 Candidate Placement PDS

4.4.i.11 Athens State Distance Learning Policy (5.4.a.2 and 6.4.j.1)

4.4.i.12 CA301 Course Syllabus

4.4.i.13 ED302 Course Syllabus (1.5.b.2)

4.4.i.14 Current Conceptual Framework (1.5.c.1 and 6.4.a.2)


Standard 5

5.4.a Data table on qualifications of professional education faculty (This table can be compiled in the online template from data submitted for national program reviews or compiled in Excel, Word, or another format and uploaded as an exhibit. See Appendix D for an example.)

5.4.b Data table on qualifications of clinical faculty (i.e., P-12 school professionals and professional education faculty responsible for instruction, supervision, and/or assessment of candidates during field experiences and clinical practice)

5.4.c Policies and practices to assure clinical faculty meet unit expectations

5.4.d Policies, expectations, and samples of faculty scholarly activities

5.4.e Summary of faculty service and collaborative activities in schools (e.g., collaborative project with school faculty, teacher professional development, and addressing the needs of low performing schools) and with the

professional community (e.g., grants, evaluations, task force participation, provision of professional development, offering courses, etc.)

5.4.f Policies, procedures, and practices for faculty evaluation (including promotion and tenure) and summaries of the results in areas of teaching, scholarship and service

5.4.g Policies, procedures, and practices for professional development and summaries of the results

5.4.a.1 Athens State University Guidelines for Recruitment and Hiring (4.4.g.1)

5.4.a.2 Athens State Distance Learning Policy (4.4.i.11 and 6.4.j.1)

5.4.a.3 Faculty Qualifications 2012-2013

5.4.b.1 Faculty Adjunct Qualifications 2012-2013

5.4.c.1 Adjunct Faculty Training Agendas

5.4.c.2 Adjunct Faculty Orientation Materials – Fall 2012

5.4.d.1 Faculty Scholarly Activity 2011-2012

5.4.d.2 Faculty Scholarly Activity 2012-2013

5.4.d.3 Campus Ledgers

5.4.d.4 University Presentation Activities by Unit Faculty

5.4.e.1 Faculty Service and Collaborative Activities 2011-2012

5.4.e.2 Faculty Service and Collaborative Activities 2012-2013

5.4.e.3 University Policy Review Committees 2012-13

5.4.e.4 Standing Faculty Committees 2012-13

5.4.e.5 Summary of PDS Partnerships

5.4.e.6 Chapman 21st Century Research School Concept Paper

5.4.e.7 Chapman 21st Century Research School Model Plan (3.4.a.5)

5.4.e.8 College-Level Writing Rubric (1.4.c.9, 2.4.a.8, 2.4.a.16)

5.4.e.9 Invitation to Faculty Mentors

5.4.e.10 Faculty Mentoring Meeting Agendas

5.4.e.11 Informal Checklist for Faculty Mentors

5.4.e.12 Issues to Cover with New Faculty

5.4.e.13 New Faculty Cohorts for 2011-12 and 2012-2013

5.4.f.1 Tenure Policy

5.4.f.2 Faculty Promotion Guidelines

5.4.f.3 Faculty Promotion Policy

5.4.f.4 Faculty Promotion Rubric

5.4.f.5 Faculty Self-Evaluation Form

5.4.f.6 Faculty Course Evaluation Form

5.4.f.7 Faculty Evaluation Form by Dean/Dept. Chair

5.4.f.8 Summary of All Faculty Course Evaluations 2012-13

5.4.f.9 Adjunct Instructor Evaluation and Work Plan Form

5.4.f.10 Student Survey of ED 305 Course and Adjunct

5.4.f.11 Adjunct Faculty Evaluation Notification Letter

5.4.f.12 Summary of Adjunct Faculty Evaluations-Spring 2013

5.4.f.13 University Procedures for Faculty Evaluation

5.4.f.14 Summary of All Faculty Course Evaluations 2011-12

5.4.g.1 Faculty Focus Group Feedback on College Level Writing Skills


Standard 6

6.4.a Policies, procedures, and practices for governance and operations of the unit

6.4.b Organizational chart and/or description of the unit governance structure and its relationship to institutional governance structure

6.4.c Policies, procedures, and practices for candidate services such as counseling and advising

6.4.d Policies, procedures, and practices for candidate recruitment and admission, and accessibility to candidates and the education community

6.4.e Academic calendars, catalogs, unit publications, grading policies, and unit advertising

6.4.f Unit budget, with provisions for assessment, technology, professional development, and support for offcampus, distance learning, and alternative route programs when applicable

6.4.g Budgets of comparable units with clinical components on campus or similar units at other campuses

6.4.h Policies, procedures, and practices for faculty workload and summary of faculty workload

6.4.i Policies, procedures, and practices to ensure that all candidates have access to physical and/or virtual classrooms, computer labs, curriculum resources, and library resources that support teaching and learning

6.4.j Policies, procedures, and practices to ensure that all candidates access have to distance learning including support services and resources, if applicable

6.4.a.1 Travel for University Business Policy

6.4.a.2 COE Conceptual Framework (also 1.5.c.1 and 4.4.i.14)

6.4.a.3 Charter, Board of Visitors (also 2.4.g.7)

6.4.a.4 Teacher Education Council and Charge 2012-2013 (also 2.4.g.6)

6.4.a.5 Building Success through Writing Project

6.4.a.6 College of Education Webpage

6.4.a.7 New COE Conceptual Framework (also 1.5.c.2)

6.4.a.8 Board of Visitors Flowchart (2.4.g.10)

6.4.b.1 Athens State University Organizational Chart

6.4.b.2 Athens State COE 2013-14 Organizational Chart

6.4.c.1 Student Enrollment & Development Policy

6.4.c.2 Student Support Office Webpage

6.4.c.3 Transfer Student Success Center Webpage

6.4.c.4 Counseling Services Webpage

6.4.d.1 Recruitment Brochure

6.4.d.2 Viewbook

6.4.e.1 Athens State Grading Policy

6.4.e.2 Athens State University 2013-14 Academic Calendar

6.4.e.3 Athens State University 2012-13 Course Catalog Webpage

6.4.e.4 Article: McCain Hall Rededicated and Open for Business

6.4.f.1 Fiscal Budget Procedures

6.4.f.2 Budget-Budgetary Control Policy

6.4.f.3 COE Budget FY 2012-13

6.4.f.4 University Budget FY 2012-13

6.4.h.1 Athens State P-12 Recency Verification Form

6.4.i.1 Sites Collaborating with Athens State to Deliver On-Campus Coursework

6.4.i.2 Online Library Guide Webpage

6.4.i.3 University Policy Library Webpage

6.4.j.1 Athens State Distance Learning Policy (4.4.i.11 and 5.4.a.2)

 

 

 



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