Use this to identify students whom you have been unable to contact since March 23. Student Affairs staff in the College Enrichment Program (CEP) will try to contact the student(s), offer support, and follow up with you.
The Center for Teaching and Learning
CTL offers periodic topical workshops and individualized teaching assessment consulting for faculty.
In addition to departmental level support, faculty may call upon Academic Technologies for assistance with training in PowerPoint presentations, developing video and slide resources for classes and equipment. UNM Extended Learning will assist faculty who want to develop online courses.
Accessibility Resource Center
The University's Accessibility Resource Center is responsible for providing accommodation services and resources, including deaf and hard of hearing services and learning disability services.
Faculty with students who need some general help with basic skills and content in lower division courses should direct the students to the Center for Academic Program Support (CAPS) in Zimmerman Library. The Center has trained tutors available to help students with writing, research, computation, and study skills difficulties. The Center also offers a series of workshops for new students.
Dean of Students Services
The Dean of Students is available to help with any student disciplinary problems. Faculty should first consult the Pathfinder, which details expectations for student conduct in class and other issues, such as plagiarism. The Dean of Students is also helpful in addressing other personal (family, financial, housing, etc) difficulties students may encounter.
The key document covering faculty governance issues is the Faculty Handbook. Each year the College holds an election for open positions on the Senate and the Senate calls for nominees to various committees.
Following are useful links to faculty governance pages.