How to Apply for Curriculum Development Support for Learning Communities
There are several different ways to apply for curriculum development support for learning communities, depending upon your project needs.
- "Fast Lanes to Success" or "Math Success" and Other First Year Learning Communities
If you plan to teach in the Fast Lane to Success learning communities, curriculum development support of up to 30 hours is available for the work of integrating assignments. Fast Lane to Success learning communities application.
- CG100 Faculty Curriculum Development: Title III Funds
Application for new faculty developing CG100 courses.
- Curricular Infusion
If you plan to participate in the Curricular Infusion Project (5-10 hours for one or more infusions of College Success strategies into your course) go to the Curriculum Infusion page of this website.
- Support for Established Learning Communities
If you wish to develop new curriculum for a learning community that is already established (e.g., Women in Transition, Reconnecting with Nature, BioBonds), Fill out the Established Learning Community Curriculum Development Application.
- Community-Building Stipend
There are limited funds to support faculty who meet during the term either in or outside their learning community classes to maintain curricular integration and improve course design and/or outcomes. There is a brief Community Building Stipend application to fill out.
- Support for New Learning Communities
Begin here: If you are interested in developing a learning community other than a First Year Experience learning community, you should first fill out the Tier 1 Application for New Learning Communities.
- Step 2 for New Learning Communities:
Then, if you decide to proceed and develop your learning community, fill out the Tier 2 Application for Learning Communities.