Since 1994, CVU seniors have been taking responsibility for their own academic program by creating a course for themselves. Our community-at-large offers innumerable options from volunteering at a non-profit, to working within a company, to exploring a trade, to trying a hobby, to… the choices are endless. It is up to the student to decide.
For information specific to you see:
Your role as the Community Consultant is to offer support and resources to the student as s/he works through the Grad Challenge Program. We ask that you:
It is the student's responsibility to commuicate with the Community Consultant about the Graduation Challenge Program. The student is responsible for getting all of the forms and his/her Tri-Search Paper to the Consultant in advance of all the deadlines, and then getting these forms to his/her CVU Faculty Advisor.
To volunteer to participate as a panelist, please sign up on the form below.
Community Panelist Sign-up Form
We always look for more audience members. This is an inspiring day focused on self-directed learning. Please review the schedule of presentations and consider attending. The schedule of presentations may be found on the student page.
Presentation Rubric - assessment tool used by panelists
Schedule of Community Panelists assignments by session. If you volunteered and have been assigned to a session, you should have received confirmation in the mail. Please contact MaryAnne if you are unable to fulfill this responsibility.
Community Panelists Assigments by Panelist Name - this will be posted by the first week of May.
We are often asked by other schools about our senior project program. We are delighted to share any information, funny stories, or insights we have. Please feel free to contact MaryAnne Gatos, Community Learning Coordinator.