Policies and Procedures Manual

Chapter 6: College Committees & Advisory Councils

06:02:00   Academic Affairs

Purpose

The Academic Affairs Committee is responsible for all matters pertaining to academic admission and readmission requirements, academic standards, curriculum changes, distance education, and the Library. The Academic Affairs Committee will make recommendations to the President through the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Membership

  1. Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chair
  2. Academic Deans (7):
    1. Advanced Technologies Division
    2. Behavioral and Social Sciences Division
    3. Business Technologies Division
    4. Health Professions Division
    5. Humanities Division
    6. Mathematics Division
    7. Science Division
  3. Assistant Vice President for Multi-Campus Programs
  4. Assistant Vice President for Research, Analytics, and Planning, Non-voting
  5. Chair of Curriculum Subcommittee
  6. Dean of Enrollment Management
  7. Dean of the Library
  8. Director of Financial Aid, Non-voting
  9. Faculty (7):
    1. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Advanced Technologies Division
    2. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Division
    3. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Business Technologies Division
    4. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Health Professions Division
    5. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Humanities Division
    6. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Mathematics Division
    7. Faculty (1): elected by Faculty in the Science Division
  10. Faculty Senate President
  11. Students (2): appointed by the Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success
  12. Vice President for Institutional Excellence and Student Success, Non-voting

Academic Affairs Subcommittees 

Five subcommittees will be established by the Academic Affairs Committee. Members of the subcommittees will be appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs or elected by the Academic Affairs Committee or by faculty within the seven instructional divisions. The subcommittees will make recommendations directly to the Academic Affairs Committee. These subcommittees are:

  1. Admissions Subcommittee
  2. Curriculum Subcommittee
  3. Distance Education Subcommittee
  4. Grade Appeal Subcommittee
  5. Library Subcommittee

 



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