CRISP Meeting Archives
OSSA holds CRISP Meetings every Fall and Winter term, the week before student registration begins. These meetings are designed to provide Organizational Studies students with an opportunity to discuss their firsthand experiences in approved courses with other students in an informal setting. Such dialogue allows individuals to gain insight on specific courses and professors from their peers, so that they may make more informed decisions during registration. CRISP Meetings are highly informal, and honest discussion of all approved courses is greatly encouraged.
It is especially important to stress the importance of student attendance and participation at CRISP Meetings. Simply put, if attendance is poor and participation is low, there are fewer individuals to give input into our discussion of approved Organizational Studies courses. As a result, we will not be able to talk in-depth about as many courses or professors, and the meeting will generate less information (and will be of less benefit to everyone). These archives are merely highlights of what is discussed at CRISP Meetings, to be used as a reference during registration. However, these highlights are NOT by any means an appropriate substitute for attending these meetings in person.
To view the highlights of a specific CRISP Meeting, click on the appropriate link below. Meetings are listed according to the semester of registration. (For example, Fall 1999 indicates that the meeting took place just before students registered for Fall 1999 classes.) For another, more formal source of student feedback on University classes and professors, please visit MSA's Advice Online.