Major University policy issues are routed through University Policy Committees whose members are appointed by the University Coordinating Committee.
The University Policy Committees are the final collaborative bodies with the authority to formulate and recommend new University policy and major strategic change, and to review significant change in existing policy.
The governance system is comprised of a meta committee, six policy committees and two standing committees.Learn More »
Task forces are temporary ad hoc committees to address specific policy issues.Learn More »
University Governance News
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5 Shared Governance Fall 2017 selected accomplishments (in no particular order):
1. Discontinuance of German major for enrollment in Fall 2018 and later 2. Discontinuance of German minor for enrollment in Fall 2018 and later 3. New policy for managing EthicsPoint messages regarding faculty 4. Amended Faculty Handbook re: Criteria for Reconsideration of Negative Tenure, Promotion or Reappointment Decision (Sects. 3.4.8, 3.4A.1.4, and 3.4A.2.4) 5. Revamping of Classics majors and minors into one major and one minor with different tracks.
Governance Topics Approved by the Board of Trustees on February 9th
The Board of Trustees approved several items on February 9th that were reviewed and evaluated within the governance process at the University. Read more >>
The Promoting Informal Approaches to Conflict Resolution Task Force completed their recommendations to the administrator. Read more>> to learn about the approved recommendations.