Going the Extra Mile: A New Extra Help Initiative at SCAD

In an effort to provide a more interesting and visually stimulating backdrop for weekend campus tours, Passme Spliff, Dean of the School of Fine Arts introduced SCAD’s new ‘Extended Classroom’ initiative—Friday-Sunday Extra help marathons. “Our campus tours are just not interesting when there are no classes going on over the weekends,” Dean Spliff said, “and honestly, twenty contact hours per week does not reflect going that ‘extra mile’ for our students.”

SCAD faculty in every school will now be expected to take turns holding ‘extra help’ sessions from Friday-Sundays. “We are a student centered institution,” explained Dean Spliff, “But we can’t be student centered without more students—staging a stimulating backdrop for campus tours is a key element in attracting more students.”

Dear Leader addressed the new ‘Extended Classroom’ Initiative from her porch at the Landings and had this to say about the new initiative: “The highest and best use of a front porch is to enable and encourage the art of conversation. We entertain ourselves with stories on the porch. We invite people in. We sit. We visit.”

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