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August 20, 2009 www.canton.edu/provost. SUNY Canton Then SUNY Canton Then ■ Began as State School of Agriculture in 1906 on St. Lawrence campus with 15.

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1 August 20, 2009

2 SUNY Canton Then SUNY Canton Then ■ Began as State School of Agriculture in 1906 on St. Lawrence campus with 15 students ■ With two majors—Agriculture & Home Ec ■ By 1974 an agricultural and technical college ■ Also known as: – New York State Agricultural and Technical Institute (ATI) –State University of New York Agricultural and Technical College at Canton, or ATC

3 SUNY Canton Now ■ State Operated Technology College (not a community college) - One of eight in SUNY tech sector ■ Only college in St. Lawrence County offering ladder curricula--certificates (6); associates (20); baccalaureates (16) ■ Residential ■ In transition…..

4 Mission ‘Building upon a century of commitment to academic excellence, SUNY Canton offers baccalaureate and associate degrees and certificates responsive to the educational needs of an evolving technological society. SUNY Canton is dedicated to providing nationally and internationally recognized academic opportunities, through traditional and alternative instructional formats, in a supportive and culturally diverse environment.’ ‘Building upon a century of commitment to academic excellence, SUNY Canton offers baccalaureate and associate degrees and certificates responsive to the educational needs of an evolving technological society. SUNY Canton is dedicated to providing nationally and internationally recognized academic opportunities, through traditional and alternative instructional formats, in a supportive and culturally diverse environment.’

5 Demographics ■ 2970 head count ■ 24% of degree-seeking students who completed the FAFSA with family incomes below $20,000 ■ 87% of degree-seeking students receive financial aid ■ 23% part-time ■ 51% female/49% male ■ 25% non-traditional (age 24 and older) ■ 14% under-represented group ■ 31% residential ■ # of Faculty – 108 FT; 63 PT ■ # of Staff – 221 FT; 69 PT Fall 2008 data

6 SUNY Canton Academic Organization ■ School of Business and Liberal Arts ■ Canino School of Engineering Technology ■ School of Science, Health & Criminal Justice ■ Academic Services & Retention

7 Baccalaureate Degrees Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems Criminal Investigation Dental Hygiene Emergency Management Finance Funeral Services Administration Graphic and Multimedia Design Health Care Management Industrial Technology Management Information Technology: Web Development Law Enforcement Leadership Legal Studies ManagementNursing Veterinary Services Management

8 Associate Degrees A.A.S., A.S., A.A. Certificates Master’s Degrees with SUNY IT

9 Areas of Concentration Areas of ConcentrationFinanceManagement Alternative & Renewable Energy Sys. Graphic & Multimedia Design Information Technology Industrial Technology Management Veterinary Services Management Funeral Services Administration Health Care Management Dental Hygiene Nursing Emergency Management Law Enforcement Leadership Criminal Investigation Legal Studies Management Technology Health Public Service

10 Proposed Baccalaureate Degrees ■ Applied Psychology, BS ■ Architectural Engineering Technology, BTech ■ Civil Engineering Technology, BTech ■ Electrical Engineering Technology, BTech ■ Health and Fitness Promotion, BTech ■ Information Technology, BTech ■ International Law, BTech ■ Mechanical Engineering Technology, BTech ■ Sports Management, BBA

11 Areas of Concentration Areas of Concentration Sports Management Applied Psychology Health and Fitness Promotion Architectural Eng. Technology Civil Engineering Technology Electrical Eng. Technology Mechanical Eng. Technology International Law Management Technology Health Public Service

12 Programs with Online Delivery Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems Dental Hygiene, B.Tech. Emergency Management Finance Funeral Services Administration Graphic & Multimedia Design Health Care Management Information Technology Law Enforcement Leadership Legal Studies Management Nursing, BS Veterinary Services Management

13 Canton 2010

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15 The Basics Rosters Course Outline and Syllabus Early Identification Program/Attendance and Dismissal More information on these topics can be found in the Faculty Handbook at: under Faculty Resources.

16 Rosters on the First day of class will be found on UCanWeb Check Rosters the end of first week on UCanWeb Week after census date (approx. beginning of fourth week) *** If a student NEVER SHOWS UP but remains on the class roster – notify the Registrar or your Dean’s office NO LATER THAN THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK *** ROSTERS

17 COURSE OUTLINE The Course Outline template is provided at: under Faculty Resources)

18 SYLLABUS A sample of a Syllabus outline can be found in the Appendix of the Faculty Handbook found at: under Faculty Resources

19 Early Identification Program - Attendance and Dismissal Online Submission Only as good as your participation Instructions for using the EID Program can be found in the Appendix of the Faculty Handbook at: under Faculty Resources.

20 Summer and Winter Sessions International Initiatives Center for Lifelong Learning

21 The Details Available to all credentialed, full-time and adjunct faculty and staff Credit and Non-Credit Offerings Academic Year; Winter (online only); Summer; Flexible Starts, Stops and Duration On-Campus, Synchronous Distance Learning, Online, and Other Sites Compensation varies

22 Summer and Winter Sessions Summer 3 week, 5 week, 8 week, extended sessions On campus, off campus, online Winterterm Between Semesters Online only

23 International Initiatives Dual Degree Programs Online, Videoconference, Hybrid Regular Curriculum Courses Summer Programs ESL Professional Seminars Dual Degree Program Courses Future – Study Abroad

24 Center for Lifelong Learning For Work. –Professional Development and Workforce Training Division Who?Faculty, staff, and others What?Workshops/Seminars/Conferences/etc. Where?On Campus, MEC, OFA, or On Site When?Year-round How?Face-to-Face, Online, or Blended –Examples: Disney Institute and Atlantic Testing

25 Center for Lifelong Learning For Play –Personal Enrichment Division Who?Faculty, staff, and others What?Workshops/Seminars/Conferences/etc. Where?On Campus or MEC When?Year-round How?Face-to-Face –Examples: Knitting, Ethnic Cooking

26 Center for Lifelong Learning For Life –Quality of Life Division Who?Faculty, staff, and others What?Classes/Workshops/Seminars/ Conferences/etc. Where?On Campus, MEC or On-site When?Year-round How?Face-to-Face –Examples: Energy Efficiency, Credit Counseling

27 How To Proceed Interested? –Contact your dean, or –For Online Courses: Kyle Brown, x 7164 Director of Online Learning –For Non-Credit:Kathryn Del Guidice, x7102 Director of Lifelong Learning –For International:Marela Fiacco, x7444 Coordinator of International Initiatives

28  Supports and promotes initiatives that enhance student accessibility and faculty excellence in online learning environments.  Coordinates the college’s online learning activities and provides training and support for faculty teaching & developing courses online. Center for Excellence in Teaching and Online Learning

29  ANGEL learning system  Spring 2008, 94 courses were offered online with a total enrollment of 1065 students; 215 of which were online- only students. Growth in Distance Education:

30  STAFF x7164 or 7963 FOB 2 nd  WEB PAGE:  ANGEL LANDING PAGE  ANGEL HOME PAGE https://canton.sln.suny.eduhttps://canton.sln.suny.edu ◦ How to Use ANGEL ◦ Teaching Repository  College policies (course review process; OnLine PPM)  Faculty Guidebook for Teaching at a Distance Resources

31 HelpDesk Library 1 st floor, phone ◦ Usernames & passwords (SUNY Canton ) ◦ Technical assistance on campus PCs, printers, network issues ◦ ‘Smart Classroom’s (training, support, orientations Telecommunications, FOB 232 ◦ Bubble sheet scoring Information Services

32 This is all on the Web!

33 Faculty resources. What? ■ FACULTY HANDBOOK and ADVISOR GUIDEBOOK ■ POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL ■ STUDENT HANDBOOK ■ COLLEGE CATALOG ■ MOU (Memorandum of Understanding)

34 Faculty resources. What else? ■ ACADEMIC CALENDAR ■ FACULTY AND STAFF DIRECTORY ■ PAYROLL PROCEDURE INFORMATION ■ HUMAN RESOURCES - PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL HANDBOOK - TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEV. - STAFF - EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE

35  People: Department SecretariesDepartment Secretaries MentorsMentors Program Director/Department ChairProgram Director/Department Chair DeanDean Provost (x7202)Provost (x7202)   Provost’s page: Faculty resources. What else?

36 FACULTY HANDBOOK and ADVISOR GUIDEBOOK ■ FACULTY HANDBOOK: ■TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES: Attendance, Grading, Roster, Course Outline & Syllabus, Exams, Academic Calendar, FERPA, EID – Early Identification ■RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES: Campus Events, Professional Development, Department/School Meetings, Governance, Institutional Assessment

37 FACULTY HANDBOOK and ADVISOR GUIDEBOOK ■ADVISOR GUIDEBOOK ■Goals & Importance of Academic Advising ■Advisor/Advisee relationship ■Helpful Advising Suggestions ■Timetable ■ Placement Testing (Accuplacer)  Midsemester Grades & Prescheduling  Change of Curriculum (major) ■Support Services  Tutoring  Probation  Career Services

38 POLICIES & PROCEDURES MANUAL 1. COLLEGE ORGANIZATION 2. COLLEGE COMMITTEES 3. SEXUAL HARASSMENT ISSUES 4. COPYRIGHT & ROYALTY ISSUES 5. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT & CHANGE PROCEDURES 6. GRADING (GRADE APPEAL) 7. TRAVEL POLICIES, ETC

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41 Learning Labs : ■ Math Lab – Library ■ Writing Center - Library ■ Science Tutoring & Learning Ctr. – Cook 207 ■ Other Tutoring Labs: ■Business/Accounting – Library ■Engineering – Nevaldine ■Computer – Library ■Veterinary Science – Newell 101C

42 TUTORING: PEER AND PROFESSIONAL 1 ON 1 AND SMALL GROUPS 1 ON 1 AND SMALL GROUPS ■ EOP: Campus Center 234 ■ TUTOR COORDINATOR: Veigh Lee, Campus Center 235 ■ OTHER COUNSELING: EOP Counselor, Campus Center 234 Personal Counseling, Campus Center 225

43 MORE STUDENT RESOURCES ■ ACCOMMODATIVE SERVICES - DOCUMENTED ELIGIBLE STUDENTS - CAMPUS CENTER READERS, NOTETAKERS - EXTENDED TIME FOR TESTS - QUIET LOCATION FOR TESTS - EQUIPMENT LOANED ■ ACADEMIC ADVISING CENTER ■ACADEMIC PROBATION

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45 ♦ Faculty Assembly Committees: ♦ Faculty Affairs ♦ Academic Standards ♦ Curriculum ♦ Instructional Technology ♦ Retention & Student Life ♦ Library ♦ Recognition & Awards ♦ Continuing Appointment Appeals ♦ Honors Convocation

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