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    University-Level Committees

    University-level committee members normally serve 2-3 year terms and are appointed by their department.

    The University-level (Faculty Senate) committees are divided into three categories:  Senate Operational Committees, Senate Curricular Committees and Joint Committees and Councils.  Committees under each of these headings are:

    Senate Operational Committees

    • Steering Committee
    • Budget and Administrative Committee
    • Personnel Committee
    • Faculty Senate Parking Advisory Committee

    Senate Curricular Committees

    • Undergraduate Council, which includes the Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee and the Undergraduate Course Review Committee
    • Graduate Council, which includes the Graduate Policy Committee, the Graduate Appeals Committee, the Graduate Curriculum Committee and the Graduate Program Review and Awards Committee

    Joint Committees and Councils

    • Academic Calendar Committee
    • Admissions and Standards Committee
    • Commencements, Convocations and Recognition Committee
    • Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee
    • Faculty and Staff Benefits Committee
    • Information Technology Resource Advisory Committee
    • Library Advisory Committee
    • Research Council
    • Strategic Planning Council
    • Undergraduate Common Program Oversight Committee
    • University Athletics Advisory Committee
    • University Bookstore Advisory Committee
    • University Honors Committee
    • University Master Planning Committee
    • University Parking and Transportation Advisory Committee
    • University Promotion and Tenure Committee
    • University Travel Committee

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