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Academic Committee (AC)

The University Academic Committee (AC) is the university-level governance committee charged to review and recommend newly-proposed academic policies, procedures, and programs to the Provost that impact the university’s teaching, research, and service missions. The committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Provost regarding the university’s academic priorities and monitoring of re-accreditation visits by the Higher Learning Commission of NCA. It seeks the input of the Fiscal Coordinating Committee when appropriate.

The AC is comprised of the following:

  • Chair: Senior Vice Provost of Academic Affairs
  • Four faculty selected by the Faculty Senate, which must include one regional representative and three representatives designated by the Faculty Senate in accordance by their internal governance procedures
  • Associate Dean of the Graduate School
  • Chair of the Council of Deans
  • Vice Provost of Undergraduate Affairs
  • Vice Provost of International Affairs
  • One at-large faculty member appointed by the Provost
  • One undergraduate student selected by the Undergraduate Student Government
  • One graduate student selected by the Graduate Student Government
  • Three Associate Deans appointed by the Provost
  • Two faculty members from the Academic Health Center colleges appointed by the Vice President of Academic Health
  • One college Business Administrator appointed by the Provost

 

The Academic Committee Bylaws can be found here

 

 

Announcements

Next Meeting: August 13, 2015

Meeting Minutes and Agendas

Recent New Programs Approved

  • Undergraduate Certificate - DAAP - Urban Design
  • Undergraduate Certificate - A&S - Student Leadership
  • Undergraduate Certificate - A&S - Non-Profit and Community Leadership
  • Undergraduate Certificate and Minor - CEAS - Fire Investigations and Building Construction
  • BS Criminal Justice - Online delivery
  • Undergraduate Certificate - Game Art Design
  • Undergraduate Certificate - Forensic Populations