ERIC Number: ED234699
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Urban Corridor Consortium Task Force on Part-Time and Commuter Students. Final Report.
Wisconsin Univ. Urban Corridor Consortium.
Ways that urban corridor campuses might respond to the increasing enrollment of part-time and commuter students were reviewed by the University of Wisconsin Urban Corridor Consortium Task Force on Part-Time and Commuter Students. Members of the consortia are the following University of Wisconsin campuses: Green Bay, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Parkside, Waukesha, and Fond du Lac. The task force's review included the following areas: the nature of the urban corridor student; why students are pursuing coursework; 1981 data collection to determine the general profile of the university student population in the urban corridor; personal, social, and cultural needs of part-time and commuter students; the need for student services; student activity and environmental needs; needs of adult students; faculty responsiveness; teaching methodology; class scheduling; communication with students; continued use of the funding formula approach; allocation of campus fiscal and human resources; and the use of segregated fees for the urban corridor students. Demographic data on students in the urban corridor and examples of campus programs and services for part-time and commuter students are appended. (SW)
Descriptors: Adult Students, Advisory Committees, Ancillary School Services, College Programs, Commuting Students, Consortia, Educational Finance, Enrollment Trends, Higher Education, Part Time Students, Resource Allocation, Student College Relationship, Student Needs, Student Teacher Relationship, Urban Areas
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ. Urban Corridor Consortium.
Identifiers: University of Wisconsin
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