The Mission of Title V is to provide all NMT students, especially Hispanic, minority, and low income students with support, programs, and services to promote engagement of community leading to higher rates of student success, retention, and graduation.
The 2009 PPOHA, the year NMT was funded, was the first ever Department of Ed grant awarded for graduate programs. Major components include: 10 Graduate-level Learning Communities/Linked Courses, Communication across the Curriculum, ESL Services/Programs, Peer Mentoring Program– grads to undergrads, 7 Smart Classrooms, 14 Graduate-level Learning Spaces, 14 Graduate-level Study Groups, Graduate-level Forms and Processes Automated – Banner Workflow, MST Advisor Training, Faculty Instructional Technology Training.
- Career Outreach to NMT students and other colleges and universities
- MST Advisor Training
- Faculty Instructional Technology Training
- 10 Graduate-level Learning Communities/Linked Courses
- Writing and Critical Reading Workshops
- Writing and Communication across the Curriculum
- ESL Services/Programs
- Peer Mentoring Program– grads to undergrads
- 7 Smart Classrooms
- 14 Graduate-level Learning Spaces
- 14 Graduate-level Study Groups
- Graduate-level Forms and Processes Automated – Banner Workflow
Title V Policies and Procedures
The Title V Policies and Procedures manual outlines policies on personnel, code of conduct, procedure of graduate contracts for PPOHA, the purchasing process, reports, record keeping, inventory, and assesments policies.