It asks our advisors in departments, colleges, and support units, to be a part of this cultural shift on campus, to encourage students to commit to integrative, high-impact learning. Specifically, Aggies Commit asks advisors to:
- Serve as mentors guiding students to see how learning happens throughout all their experiences, in and out of the classroom
- Identify meaningful partnership opportunities with co-curricular units (e.g. Student Affairs, Study Abroad, Career Center, etc.) for greater integrative learning
Advisors help students plan their Aggie experience, and are often the first to make a student aware of opportunities. If advisors encourage integrative learning and commitment to high-impact opportunities, students will engage.