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QRG Assignment (Rough Draft Brochure) 100%

• Contact Information Central Campus:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/04/21/qrg-assignment-rough-draft-brochure/

21/04/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

marquette universityscholar off campus housing1056 99%

marquette universityscholar off campus housing We're pleased to supply Marquette scholars a complete Marquette University.off campus housing website that we hope shall be of great use as you look for housing in the near-Marquette neighborhood and after you have settled in on your new off campus home.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/06/17/marquette-universityscholar-off-campus-housing1056/

17/06/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

SP6-CampusReferendumProcedureandRequirementsasofApril2014 99%

  STANDING POLICY 6  CSF POLICY ON CAMPUS REFERENDA PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS ON CAMPUS BASED FEES    Approved: May 20, 2012  Amended: April 20, 2013  Amended: April 27, 2014    The Council on Student Fees is the official system­wide body which represents student opinion in  areas of student fees, including campus based fees.  Self­assessed fees exist in order to enhance the lives of  students attending the University by providing a stable funding source for extracurricular activities,  advocacy related activities, and programming. The Council on Student Fees has agreed upon the following  list which denotes the requirements and procedure for bringing proposed referenda to the student body  and requirements for language within said referendum.    Procedure    1.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/04/11/sp6-campusreferendumprocedureandrequirementsasofapril2014/

11/04/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

marquette universitypupil off campus housing1617 99%

marquette universitypupil off campus housing We are happy to offer Marquette scholars a complete Marquette University.off campus housing web page that we are hoping might be of nice use as you look for housing in the close toMarquette community and upon getting settled in in your new off campus home.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/06/18/marquette-universitypupil-off-campus-housing1617/

18/06/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

marquette universityscholar housing1870 98%

marquette universityscholar housing We're pleased to offer Marquette scholars a complete Marquette University.off campus housing web site that we hope shall be of nice use as you look for housing in the near-Marquette community and after you have settled in for your new off campus home.

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21/06/2013 www.pdf-archive.com

PROF 98%

6, 2017 CSE-PPT PROFESSIONAL REGION 7 NAME OF EXAMINEE ABA A, ISABEL A ABA, ELMER M ABABA, DAVESON S ABABON, EVELYN M ABAD ,HARRY MISAEL C ABAD, ANGELIE A ABAD, ARRA MONICA T ABAD, BERNARDO A ABAD, CARMEL U ABAD, FERNANDO Q ABAD, JOHN FRANCIS A ABAD, MERLYN B ABAD, NOREN JANE C ABADA, AMABEL J ABADA, RONA D ABADEJOS, REJANE T ABADEJOS, REY ROMULO T ABADIANO, CARLA JANE R ABADINAS, BREGITTE JANE E ABALA, JERALYN S ABALDE, COURTENY CLISH O ABALO, MARIEL L ABALOS, CLINT STEWART G ABALOS, MARIA IRENE R ABAN, KHARTISSA MARIE B ABANG, ANGELIE L ABANGAN, LADY MAY P ABANGAN, MARICOR C ABANGAN, MINNIE C ABANGAN, ROCHELLE B ABANID, HAROLD NIÑO N ABANIEL, GRICHEL L ABANILLA, MELANIE E ABANO, GESSA M ABANTE, JESCEL A ABAO, GLENN C ABAO, JOHANNA P ABAPO, GELDETH MARK E ABAPO, LINDELLA P ABAQUITA, ARIEL O ABARABAR, SHERYL C ABARCA, BEA MARIE T ABARIAS, ROSALIE C ABARINTOS, KENNETH C ABARQUEZ, ANNA MARIE P ABARQUEZ, CONNI E ABARQUEZ, EM-EM C ABARQUEZ, JOHN LYNDON C ABARQUEZ, JUNREY L ABARQUEZ, LOYELLE N ABARRACOSO, DONALD P ABARREDO, JESSA CARMEL L ABAS, MARK JOSEPH A ABASOLO, ERNESTO III M ABASOLO, JUNE THERESE S ABASOLO, LACE T ABASOLO, LOUIS JAMES S ABATAYO, ANGENALYN A ABATAYO, INACHER A ABAY ABAY, DIANE LOU B ABAY ABAY, NONILIEH D ABAYON, HANNAH MAE A ROOM # TEST VENUE/SCHOOL 9 36 38 6 13 43 27 37 12 30 53 44 29 54 4 13 18 38 49 58 1 3 29 8 66 15 66 5 11 6 31 26 10 28 6 25 4 25 63 32 33 35 4 32 68 51 19 2 7 50 62 62 40 4 62 40 7 29 25 19 50 63 DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL TAGBILARAN CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY LAHUG 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CEBU - BANILAD BANILAD, CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY UNIV OF CEBU - BANILAD BANILAD, CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIV OF CEBU - BANILAD BANILAD, CEBU CITY UNIV OF CEBU - BANILAD BANILAD, CEBU CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL TAGBILARAN CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY ABAYON, STEPHANIE M ABCEDE, ROXANNE H ABCIAL, RICKLYN N ABDUL MOHAIMIN, ESMAEL B ABEAR, JESSA MAE E ABECIA, CORDINE ABEJARON, JASMAINE E ABEJERO, JESSA P ABEJERO, MARIA JHANESSA E ABEJERO, NANCY P ABEJUELA, ALUEEN Q ABEJUELA, GINO A ABELLA, ALEXANDRA L ABELLA, CATRINA ABELLA, GREMELIA P ABELLA, HEMAR S ABELLA, JACQUELINE T ABELLA, MARY YALE C ABELLA, MICHAEL L ABELLA, MILYN VENUS V ABELLA, PHOBE ROXANNE C ABELLA, RHESTER MAE S ABELLA, ROSE ANN S ABELLA,ANA LUNA L ABELLANA, ARGIE E ABELLANA, EDLIN L ABELLANA, FLORIE LYN C ABELLANA, MARIA JOSEPHINE EDUARDA A ABELLANA, PAUL PIUS L ABELLANOSA, CHERRY S ABELLANOSA, CHRISTINE MARIE ABELLANOSA, JANIELOU V ABELLANOSA, MADEL E ABELLANOSA, MANILYN C ABELLANOSA, NIKKI S ABELLANOSA, ROCHELLE A ABELLAR, HAZEL G ABELLIDO, WILMAR JOHN J ABELLON, NOLIE NATHANIEL E ABELO, JOMARY M ABELO, JUSTINE MARIE M ABELO, RENALENE B ABENIR, ELIZABETH N ABEQUIBEL, HARIEL C ABERION, ANN MARY SUSAN T ABERION, IVEN D ABESTANO, JUN WILLARD E ABIA, AIREEN R ABIA, JURGETTE I ABIAN, ANAH S ABID, DEZZI VANESSA D ABIERA, ANGELA C ABIERA, GOLDA D ABIERA, IVAN KHRYZZ G ABILLA, JEY JEY L ABILLERO, CHARISSE P ABILONG, DEITHER A ABINES, ADA KATRINA A ABINES, EGMEDIO JR A ABING, BUENGIC EDMAR B ABING, CHERRYL A ABING, JAN CHARLES C ABING, KAREN C ABING, KEIICHI A ABING, REANGELINE THERESE D ABING, STEPHEN LLOYD N ABLAN, CALVIN JUSTIN L ABLIR, GINO D 20 8 20 61 40 33 16 33 40 8 59 24 11 59 18 21 46 2 22 12 42 62 47 7 9 19 39 3 14 17 6 54 41 23 35 59 15 30 8 2 30 9 65 35 6 52 8 6 49 1 22 24 20 53 5 38 20 1 24 35 37 67 81 7 13 47 12 7 NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL TAGBILARAN CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY DR CECILIO POTONG N H S TAGBILARAN CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY ABELLANA NATIONAL SCHOOL JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF BOHOL TAGBILARAN CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY LAHUG ELEM SCHOOL LAHUG CEBU CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY JONES AVENUE CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY DUMAGUETE CITY UNIVERSITY OF CEBU-MAIN SANCIANGKO ST CEBU CITY NEG OR HIGH SCHOOL DUMAGUETE CITY NEG OR STATE UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS-DUMAGUETE CITY ABNE, WARREN JOY S ABO ABO, LYCEL O ABO, NIKKITA O ABO, ROMNIC Q ABONERO, NILDA M ABORDO, CLAIRE RUBY L ABORDO, MHARNI O ABOS, VAL JOSEPH B ABOY, KARL MCLLEAN V ABRASADO, RAE ANNE JOSHA T ABRASADO, RONA LEE M ABRASALDO, JUN ADRIAN E ABRASALDO, PATTY ANGELA T ABRASALDO, RANDOLF T ABRAU, GINA N ABRAZADO, MARCO CESAR C ABREA, ELCA E ABREA, IMELDA G ABREA, MARVE ANN A ABREGANA, LORIE MAE P ABREGO, JAHARAH A ABRENICA, GOMERSINDO S ABRENICA, MIRASOL M ABRENILLA, MARNELLI C ABRERA, CHONA C ABRERO, BONE HELBERTH R ABRIGANA, JERRY RODDIE II G ABRIGANA, LUDILYN O ABRIGO, CHARLYN O ABRIL, JOHN MARVIC ABRIL, MARIA FLORA ENCARNACION S ABRINGE, EARL HARVY B ABRIO, PRAISEE LORD S ABSALON, ANNA MARIE L ABSIN, MARIA MIRASOL M ABSIN, MEDRU G ABUAN, IREBE P ABUCAY, JONELYN G ABUDA, FRANCIS MEL C ABUDE, ANGELYN A ABUHAN, DENOY CHRISTINE H ABULAG, JUDELYN C ABULE, JUN S ABUNDA, RIZA MAE M ABURIDO, MARICHU D ABUYABOR, GRACE L ABUYEN, MA.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/07/26/prof-1/

26/07/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

June Week 4 Workshop Calendar V1.0 98%

JUNE, Week 4 Monday 20/06/2016 Workshop Calendar Tuesday 21/06/2016 Wednesday 22/06/2016 Thursday Friday 23/06/2016 24/06/2016 Campus &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/06/18/june-week-4-workshop-calendar-v1-0/

18/06/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

General eBrochure 2013 98%

1 Austin Community College Round Rock Campus Round Rock, TX Located on 60-acres just south of University Boulevard and comprised of five unique buildings, the new ACC Round Rock Campus is entirely inclusive, offering a wide range of curricula including professional radiology, nursing, health and kinesiology, computer science, advanced technology, automotive technology, building construction, and continuing education.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/01/30/general-ebrochure-2013/

30/01/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

BFU 2015 feedback University of Wyoming 97%

Reviewers were very pleased to see the current efforts and dedication to promoting cycling for transportation and recreation on your campus.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/04/22/bfu-2015-feedback-university-of-wyoming/

22/04/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

SMTD ticket info sheet full page 97%

Directions Parking On central campus, we suggest that you consider accessing the Fletcher Street Structure from the Palmer Drive entrance.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/11/10/smtd-ticket-info-sheet-full-page/

10/11/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

2017 broch MS SMIB INTERNATIONAL WEB 97%

#7 Master in Finance #14 Executive Education Programs With students coming from 96 different countries, a largely international faculty body and a campus in the AsiaPacific region since 2005, ESSEC is both an international and multicultural institution.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/16/2017-broch-ms-smib-international-web/

16/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Daily Corinthian Article 97%

6B • Tuesday, October 23, 2012 • Daily Corinthian Northeast’s Campus Country has new director BY BRANT SAPPINGTON bsappington@dailycorinthian.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/10/24/daily-corinthian-article/

24/10/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

Canadian Campus Ministry Directory 97%

JOSEPH’S COLLEGE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA Brittney Nurse, Director of Campus Ministry Saint Joseph’s College University of Alberta 11325 89 Avenue Northwest Edmonton AB T6G 2J5 (780) 886-9905 bwhite@ualberta.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/15/canadian-campus-ministry-directory/

15/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

ISFO Newsletter February 2015 97%

advising Monday—Friday Advertise your Student Org. Event   Are you part of a student organization on campus?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/02/04/isfo-newsletter-february-2015/

04/02/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

June Week 5 Workshop Calendar V1.2 97%

JUNE, Week 5 Monday 27/06/2016 10:30>11:00 Campus &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/06/26/june-week-5-workshop-calendar-v1-2/

26/06/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

Timeline of White Supremacy 96%

The following timeline documents White supremacists’ coordinated campaign of harassment and intimidation at UC Merced and the fascist deterioration of the campus climate.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/04/20/timeline-of-white-supremacy/

20/04/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

Sample Portfolio Théophile Ray 96%

Lack of mixity Poor quality of Green Low density URBAN CAMPUS Spoletorp Paradiset Sölvegatan LTH Campus The development of the LTH Campus as an urban area is based on an analysis of different city shapes in the city of Lund :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/16/sample-portfolio-the-ophile-ray/

16/03/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Unity4Resolution 96%

1                                        Unity 4                                            May 2015  2        Dear Father Engh and members of the administration:    Thank you for providing us with this opportunity to present a set of recommendations for immediate  action to address critical issues related to the future of our university.     While the recent acts of hate seem surprising to those who may identify as part of majority populations,  marginalized students, staff and faculty at Santa Clara are not surprised. These acts have a decades­long  history on our campus and contribute to an environment contrary to the intent outlined in our mission  statement.      What we propose is in direct alignment with our schools belief in Conscience, Compassion, and  Competence. We stress the urgency of this proposal because we believe that these improvements to  Santa Clara’s academics, student and residential life, transparency, and recruitment processes will  facilitate a better, safer environment for all students while better aligning our practices with the beliefs  this institution was founded upon.          By not standing in solidarity against hatred in all its forms or addressing these issues in a  consistent, intentional and structured way, a salient portion of Santa Clara University’s mission  statement remains unfulfilled. This requires bold leadership that is courageous enough to set the  standard for higher education institutions across the nation.            We see our recommendations from multiple perspectives. We recognize that these recommendations  require dedication and full support from members of our community; however, we also recognize that  diversity in all its forms, as well as safety and a positive campus climate are critical to the mission of  our University. To this end, we ask for your immediate attention to the following recommendations,  divided up into four categories: Academics, Student and Residence Life, Transparency, and  Recruitment and Orientation.                              3          Academics  We advocate for a restructuring of our Core Curriculum in a way that better aligns with the values are  committed to as a University and hold every student accountable for fulfilling. At Santa Clara  University, we strive to educate the whole person. Here are some ways we can improve our efforts:    CORE:  ● Definition:  ○ Reorganize the CORE diversity requirement from a one class requirement to two  separate requirements.  ○ These two requirements must be fulfilled through one course from the Ethnic Studies  Program and one course from the Women’s and Gender Studies Program.  ○ To accommodate this additional requirement, reduce the Pathways sequence by one  class.  ● Purpose:  ○ SCU has a demonstrated commitment to diversity and social justice; however, we are  currently lacking on this commitment.  ■ Some classes within the diversity requirement fail to address intersecting forms  of marginalization, as they exist on our campus.  ■ Not everyone is fully benefitting from the intended purpose of this requirement.  This is reflected in the interactions between marginalized and non­marginalized  groups on campus (hate speech, yik yak, etc.).  ○ For many students, SCU is the first time they learn about the inequality of opportunity  and become aware of their privilege. By expanding the diversity requirement, SCU is  able to provide a foundation for these students to better understand multiple forms of  privilege and how they affect others in the world and specifically within our  community.     Full Majors:  ● Definition:  ○ We advocate the formal creation of Ethnic Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies  Departments with standalone major programs. Currently, these are the only two majors  on campus that have companion major status.  ● Purpose:  ○ Santa Clara University was one of the first West Coast institutions to create an Ethnic  Studies Program (1969); however, we are now one of the last to expand it into a  standalone major.  ○ We have also failed to expand the Women’s and Gender Studies program into a  standalone major, which has been established since 1981.  4    ○ By failing to expand these two majors into standalone majors, SCU is sending a  message to students, faculty, and the community contrary to our commitment to  diversity and social justice.  ○ We understand the proposed adjustment of the Core Curriculum warrants an increase in  teaching capacity in both programs to meet the increased demand for classes. This  demand not only necessitates each program become a department, but it also aligns  with the University’s larger commitment to hiring more faculty of color as a key part of  the 2020 plan.       Diverse Faculty:  ● Definition:  ○ We advocate for an increase in hiring faculty of color as permanent, tenure track  faculty through the Inclusive Excellence initiative.   ○ 10% of faculty hired through the Inclusive Excellent initiative should be offered  permanent tenure track positions.  ○ As of now, most faculty of color are in the College of Arts and Sciences. We would  like to see an increased focus on hiring faculty of color in the other colleges in addition  to the Arts and Sciences.  ● Purpose:  ○ SCU has a remarkably small proportion of faculty and staff of color. Of particular  concern is the percentage of black faculty on campus, which amounted to only 2.1% of  full time faculty in 2011. This remained more or less stagnant since 2011.  ○ In the last 8 years, SCU has established the Inclusive Excellence initiative in an attempt  to increase the diversity of our faculty. However, though many faculty members have  been hired through this program, few have actually been hired as permanent, tenure  track faculty members.  ○ Faculty of color have a unique perspective that benefits different types of students in  different ways. For students from less diverse communities, having faculty of color  increases the opportunity to learn about the minority experience in a variety of  contexts. For minority students, faculty of color can serve as important role models and  mentors in how to navigate the landscape of higher education.    Cultures and Ideas Event Requirement:  ● Definition:  ○ We advocate adding a multicultural event requirement once a quarter to all C&I  classes. This requirement would mandate students to attend an event that amplifies the  voices of marginalized students on campus.  ○ Examples include: Difficult Dialogues, MCC Culture Shows, Markkula Center for  Applied Ethics sponsored events, etc.  ○ The Office of Diversity and Inclusion would maintain the list of acceptable events.  ● Purpose:  5    ○ The C&I courses are intended, but in some ways fail, to expose SCU students to a  variety of cultural perspectives with an eye toward their development as global citizens  on and off campus.  ○ A campus engagement requirement would add to the capacity of our students to get  involved with efforts that encourage diversity and inclusion on campus.  ○ We realize that the topics for C&I classes vary. In order to make the events more  relevant and effective, student organizations such as SCCAP, MCC, RRC, etc. can  collaborate with professors to create events that touch on some of the topics discussed  in class.         EthicsPoint Reporting Information on Syllabi:  ● Definition:  ○ We advocate for all syllabi to contain information on the EthicsPoint anonymous  reporting process for bias incidents and academic integrity reports.  ● Purpose:  ○ The EthicsPoint system currently allows for the anonymous reporting of classroom bias  and academic integrity incidents, but isn't well understood by students. The addition of  reporting information to syllabi would allow the University to better address bias  incidents as well as academic integrity violations in the classroom.      Student and Residence Life    We advocate for a shift of our campus culture to better reflect the ideals of the the university. We  advocate for Santa Clara University to implement programming both mandatory and voluntary to  engage students in meaningful discussions and learning experiences both on campus and off­campus  and before and during enrollment.    Focus on Diversity/Sexual Assault/Alcohol in Online Pre­Enrollment Program:  ● Definition:  ○ Reframe the online pre­enrollment orientation (formerly AlcoholEdu and Haven) to  include more focus on aspects of off­campus and on­campus bias incidents that  students may face when enrolled. The program should include information on how  students should respond to these incidents.    ○ Provide engaging and educational content, which will align with a 4­year dialogue that  starts with the pre­enrollment program and continues on through senior year.    ○ The conversations are to be carried out through the First and Second years of college  with Perspective­based conversations within Residential Learning Communities.  ○ If the current online program does not contain a diversity component, we advocate that  the school work to create and implement a diversity component. 

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