Specifications include, but are not limited to: 1. Advancing Edquity (30%) – Edquity is a startup platform that seeks to connect students with
a. Work with the Provost and Student Success Affordability Committee
b. Co-Chairs and staff at Edquity to determine if the project makes sense for PSU, and
if a partnership with PCC is viable;
c. If viable, work with PCC to determine a course of action;
d. Finalize decision about Edquity on campus by the end of the school year.
2. PSU Transfer & Returning Student Resource Center (50%) – Transfer students make up over
half of PSU’s enrollment. The PSU Transfer & Returning Student Resource Center is now
open to students to help alleviate barriers associated with continuing towards a degree at
a. Working with center director provide consultation on strategic visioning for future of
b. Identify opportunities for coordination between PSU and regional community colleges,
including PCC, Mt. Hood Community College, Clackamas Community College, and
Chemeketa Community College.