CETL promotes the values of quality in teaching and learning, supports faculty in their development of instructional and professional skills, and delivers training programs that assist in strengthening the strategic priorities of the institution. Through its efforts, CETL impacts student learning, instructional engagement, professional development, and the pursuit of scholarship and research. The CETL emphasizes collegiality, peer mentoring, the scholarship of teaching and learning, the values of lifelong learning, and professional growth.
The Office is committed to ensuring all students have an opportunity to pursue a college education. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and services that allow students with disabilities and chronic health conditions equal access to programs and activities of the college. Our policies and practices will eliminate or reduce barriers to the extent possible.
The Humphrey Fellowship Program, a division of the Fulbright Fellowship of the US Department of State, brings accomplished professionals from designated countries of Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and Eurasia to the U.S. at a midpoint in their careers for a year of study and related professional experiences.
Programs aimed at helping students succeed in their academic endeavors include the: Advance College Academy, Early College Academy, English as a Second Language, Great Expectations, Dual Enrollment, PAVE, and Teacher Education.
Getting involved in student groups is an exciting way for students to meet fellow students, develop leadership skills and enhance their classroom experiences. By planning or participating in on-campus activities, students can help make a positive impact at Reynolds.