Committee assignments are considered part of the responsibility of all members of the institution, since an institution cannot operate effectively without the planning and ideas of students, faculty, and other staff.
The president appoints standing committees in the fall term to serve for one academic year (see list below).
These appointments are based on the employee's request and the recommendations of the vice president or at the direction of the president. Generally, part-time faculty are not appointed as voting members of standing committees. Professional staff and students of the college are asked to serve on certain committees. All standing committees are advisory, unless assigned policy-making duties by the president. Recommendations and reports of all committees are made known to the faculty as relevance requires. The faculty can use the standing committees for making suggestions and recommendations to the administration.
The chairperson of each committee is appointed by the president to preside for one academic year. The duties of the chairperson are to initiate, formulate, and report to the president suggestions and recommendations discussed by the committee. Meetings of all committees should be held on a regular basis. The president and other executive officers will attempt to be available for committee meetings, if and when a committee chairperson requests.
Academic and Curriculum Council
Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism
Admissions and Retention
Allied Health Science Admissions
Arts and Lectures
Awards Night Planning
Conflict of Interest
Environmental Sustainability (Green) Committee
General Education and Assessment
Institutional Research Board
Institutional Review Panel for Lottery Appeals
International Education Council
Learning Center Advisory Council
Patents and Copyrights
Phi Theta Kappa Advisory
Professional Development Admin/Staff
Professional Development Faculty
Promotion and Tenure
SAILS (Students Achieving Improved Learning Strategies) Assessment
Site Support Teams:
Student Learning Diversity Team
Student Organization Sponsors (If you sponsor a student organization club, please indicate along with your name.)
Technology Access Fee (TAF)
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