2011 Track A QEP Summaries


Listed below are the institutions with undergraduate programs that submitted Quality Enhancement Plans (QEP) reviewed by the Commission for reaffirmation in June 2011. The list includes the title of the QEP and the link to the summary as provided by the institution. The summaries are provided as information only; the list does not reflect the quality of the QEP as reviewed by the Commission. For additional information about each of the institutions, please access the Membership Directory.

Track A: Undergraduate Institutions

Aiken Technical College, Aiken, South Carolina [PDF]
Aquinas College, Nashville, Tennessee [PDF]
Write REASON—Using the Trivium to Improve Writing and Logical Thinking Skills
Athens State University, Athens, Alabama [PDF]
Building Success through Writing! at Athens State University
Bainbridge College, Bainbridge, Georgia [PDF]
Improving Online Learning at Bainbridge College
Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina [PDF]
Transforming the First Year Experience to Create an Effective Learning Community
Brevard College, Brevard, North Carolina [PDF]
Pedagogies for Engaged and Actively-Learning Students
Chattanooga State Community College, Chattanooga, Tennessee [PDF]
W.E. Succeed—Work Ethic First
Coahoma Community College, Clarksdale, Mississippi [PDF]
iREAD: Inspiring Reading Exploration Across the Delta
Concordia College, Selma, Alabama [PDF]
Empowering Males for Success
Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas [PDF]
MATH: The Road to Success
East Georgia College, Swainsboro, Georgia [PDF]
Forming the Critical Thinking Habit
Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida [PDF]
Reflective Service Learning
Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, North Carolina [PDF]
Developmental Student Success through I-PASS
Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia [PDF]
Critical Thinking for Success!
Free Will Baptist Bible College, Nashville, Tennessee [PDF]
Access to Success
Gulf Coast State College, Panama City, Florida [PDF]
Critical Academic Literacy
Halifax Community College, Weldon, North Carolina [PDF]
The HCC Circle Program: Classroom Innovations Result in Creative Learning Environments
Hill College, Hillsboro, Texas [PDF]
Solving Problems One Step at a Time
Lake-Sumter Community College, Leesburg, Florida [PDF]
Strategies of Success for Students in Developmental Classes
Livingstone College, Mt. Olive, North Carolina [PDF]
Reading across the Campus: The Holistic Approach to Enhancing Academic Literacy
Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, North Carolina [PDF]
Midland College, Midland, Texas [PDF]
M Power: Plug in for Success
Nash Community College, Rocky Mount, North Carolina [PDF]
A FOCUSed First Year Experience
Northwest Florida State College, Niceville, Florida [PDF]
Reading to Learn
Paine College, Augusta, Georgia [PDF]
Learning Interactively Outside the Norm (L.I.O.N): The Great Books at Paine College
Polk State College, Winter Haven, Florida [PDF]
Math: The Bridge to Success
Randolph Community College, Asheboro, North Carolina [PDF]
WRITE NOW!: Improving Student Written Communication Skills for Academic and Career Endeavors
Saint Augustine’s College, Raleigh, North Carolina [PDF]
Global Learning for Success
Spelman College, Atlanta, Georgia [PDF]
Spelman Going Global! Developing Intercultural Competence
Trident Technical College, Charleston, South Carolina [PDF]
Path2Math Success
Tyler Junior College, Tyler, Texas [PDF]
The Quest for Academic Success: Improving Reading Comprehension Skills
Victory University, Memphis, Tennessee [PDF]
Fulfilling the Promise: Enhancing Critical Thinking Skills among Students
Young Harris College, Young Harris, Georgia [PDF]
Rhetorica: The Art of Writing and Speaking at Young Harris College