Report of the Senior Year Committee
Senior Year Committee
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The Senior Year Committee was constituted by Provost Mahler in the fall of 2004 and met regularly late that quarter and throughout the winter quarter of 2005. The special impetus for the formation of this committee was concern raised by results of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), which revealed a pattern over several years of Kalamazoo seniors rating the college particularly low, compared with the ratings of those at other four-year liberal arts colleges, in the composite measure of “supportive campus environment.” The recommendations that follow are organized around a set of problems either directly identified by seniors or inferred by the committee from listening to seniors and to one another.
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