Student Development and Safety resources GCC
Seeking input for activities. Make a suggestion for an event that matches your course. Both the diversity standing committee and student development have funds to bring speakers/panels/workshops to campus. The goal is to align programs with general education abilities and the principles of education to enhance learning that happens inside the classroom. We are very grateful to faculty who have suggested speakers and programs to us, and to those who continue to bring their students to co-curricular programs. The hope is that use of this form will create an even more meaningful connection between classroom and co-curricular learning.
Student development: Working with the whole student
learningreconsidered is an argument for the integrated use of all of higher education’s resources in the education and preparation of the whole student. This document represents years of work and collaboration between ACPA (American College Personnel Association) and NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators); the two largest professional associations for student affairs professionals
Safety on Campus
- Academic and Student Affairs GCC 10/24/11 Concerning Behavior of Students by Terry Boyce.
- MA Department of Higher Education, Code of Conduct 8-31-10docx
- Policy Brief: MA Department of Higher Education Prevention of Campus Violence CampusViolencePreventionAndResponse
Sample Orientation Guidelines for full and adjunct faculty
- GCC Faculty Handbook
- Social Sciences: Orientation guidelines for social science full and adjunct faculty department members. Co-authored by Anne Wiley and Linda McCarthy. Last revision for Fall 2010. The document provides suggestions for syllabi, honesty/plagiarism statements, civility statements and where to locate other resources for creating first day materials and managing classroom behavior.