July 23, 2024

Janet Cropp

Janet Cropp, assistant dean of Advising Services,  has been invited to join a State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) advisory committee  that  will assess opportunities and explore models for promoting baccalaureate degree attainment among Virginia’s working age adult population.   SCHEV has commissioned this study through the Virginia Tech Office of Economic Development.  Cropp’s invitation was issued by Carmen Johansen, senior associate for  Academic Affairs and Planning for the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.  Cropp, who has done significant work advising BPS students,  also is president of the  Association of Virginia Individualized Studies Administrators (AVISA).

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  1. Congrats, Janet. Good luck. It’s ironic that the BPS program at UMW is being discountinued as SCHEV is looking to promote more degree programs like it.