MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee conducted three town hall meetings on campus in April to give students, faculty and staff an opportunity to discuss the ongoing “Quest for Student Success” initiative. You can view a portion of Dr. McPhee’s presentation to faculty and staff below.
The first town hall meeting was held April 15 in the Parliamentary Room of the MTSU Student Union.
Launched last fall, the Quest for Student Success reforms are aimed at helping MTSU students stay on track academically, resulting in more students completing their degrees. The effort is in line with Gov. Bill Haslam’s “Drive to 55” goal to extend the reach of higher education and includes a top-to-bottom review of university operations.
For more information about the Quest for Student Success, go to www.mtsu.edu/studentsuccess.