Credit Model Discussion

March 9th, 2008 by Bridget

The Credit Model Task Force released two reports examining the credit model issue. Because the March Faculty Meeting was canceled due to weather concerns, we will be discussing the reports at the April meeting and voting at the May meeting. In the meantime, this blog has been created to serve as an impromptu forum for asking and answering questions and concerns about the credit model proposals. Use the Reply area below to join the discussion. We have included the original reports, as well as those concerns and questions that have already been distributed via email below:

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