Academic Support Committee's Charges
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The Academic Support Committee shall monitor and review the academic services, computer services, cultural programs, and museum and library services of the university. Members from the Committee shall also serve as liaison for the Senate with appropriate administrative officers, committees, and councils of the university, and shall act in conjunction with the Academic Affairs Committee in the formulation of policies and proposals to be submitted to the Academic Senate. The Academic Support Committee shall consist of eight members, each to be elected by his or her collegial faculty, one member of the educational development faculty elected by that group, three members at large elected by the Academic Senate, and Provost or his or her delegate (ex-officio, voting).
- Review undergraduate advising infrastructure as outlined in the Provost's memorandum dated May 18, 2012.
- Review the current implementation of the new GeneSIS system. Determine whether or not the needs of the users of the system are being met.
- Review security policies put in place by ISO/ITS and report on their impact on teaching.
- Review the availability of classrooms to support the Institute's teaching mission.