Policy Committee Information
- Academic Policy Committee (APC)
The Academic Policy Committee is an expansion of the Chairs Committee. The meetings are scheduled twice a semester, but the second meeting only occurs if any business remains from the first meeting of the semester. Because business was not concluded at the first meeting on September 13, 2011, APC will meet again on September 20. The spring 2012 meetings are scheduled February 7 and February 14.
- Administrative Policy Group (APG)
The Administrative Policy Group will meet in either Laursen or Ogg on an as-needed basis, to consider policy recommendations sent forward by the Human Resource Committee, the Building and Grounds Committee, the Technology Committee, as well as those developed by other committees or campus constituencies.
- Big Marketing & Communications (BMC)
A mix of individuals from across the campus who comment on and give direction to issues brought forth from the small group or from other constituencies within the College in regards to marketing and communication issues and policies. Membership is both elected and by the nature of their position at the College. BMC meets twice a semester, October 6th, December 1st, February 2nd, April 5th at 4pm in Gladfelter B.
- Service Learning Advisory Committee (SLAC)
SLAC will meet every other Thursday from 8:00- 9:15 am. We examine and make recommendations on policies and programs in service including both service learning (curricular) and co-curricular offerings. We have looked at our break trip program, our marketing strategies, and our policies related to “double-dipping”, service hours overlapping with work hours and academic credit. This year the group will focus on the potential change in the service requirement building on the work of the committee last year.
- Student Life Committee (SLC)
The Student Life Committee reviews and makes recommendations on policies related to student life such as the student code of conduct, housing/residence life, and others that relate to the student life experience. The committee actively seeks input and perspective from the student body regarding the policies under review.Student Life Committee will meet at 2 p.m. on Thursday’s in the Dodge Conference room on the following days:
Sept. 22, Oct. 6, Oct. 27, Nov. 10, Dec. 8, Feb. 2, Feb. 16, Mar. 1, Mar. 22, April 5, April 19, May 3
- Work Program Advisory Committee (WPAC)
WPAC meets every Thursday of F2 weeks at 4:00pm in the WPO. WPAC helps generate and review policy and acts as a sounding board for innovation and direction of the Work Program. The WPAC also reviews and selects student for day student contracts and graduate internships. Guiding documents include the Strategic Plan and the Work Program Review.
Each Vice President or Dean will establish at least a single committee to review and recommend Policy in their area of responsibility. Vice Presidents and Deans may establish other advisory committees. In addition, the Forum and Caucus may create committees to manage their internal business. The President may establish ad hoc committees as necessary.
Each constituency—faculty, staff, and students—will elect one respective representative to each College Policy Committee. In addition, the Forum and Caucus will appoint a member liaison to serve ex officio on each College Policy Committee. The Vice President or Dean may add other members, either as voting or ex officio members.
Policy recommendations will normally be developed by and/or referred to one or more College Policy Committees. Policies may also be established by the President when a situation requires immediate action. Such policies should be reviewed through regular procedures as soon as possible.