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Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on African American Recruitment and Retention


Mission

This committee is commissioned by the Chancellor and is responsible to the Chancellor and the appropriate delegated staff to advise on ways to enhance educational opportunities for African-American students and to assist the campus in recruitment, retention and improvement of campus life for such students.


Vision

The vision of the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on African American Recruitment and Retention is to assist Missouri S&T in becoming one of the preferred universities of choice for African-American students interested in science and technology and encourage intense personal engagement in exceptional academic and professional programs thereby cultivating a lifelong commitment to learning, ethics, civic responsibility, and openness to cultural diversity for all constituents connected to the Missouri University of Science and Technology.


Values

  • Leadership
  • Collaboration
  • Action Oriented Efforts for Valuable Results
  • Recruit the Best African American Students

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