President James E. Lyons, Sr.
Establishment of the University Planning Council
Purpose of the University Planning Council
The UPC has been designed to
CHARGE TO THE UNIVERSITY PLANNING COUNCIL FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 1999-2000
My specific charge to the University Planning Council for the coming academic year is as follows:
The UPC should report to the President at the end of each semester on activities relating to its charge, and at such times as matters should be brought to campus attention.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE UNIVERSITY PLANNING COUNCIL
The membership of the University Planning Council (UPC) is established as follows:
Chair: President of the University
Co Chairs: Faculty member recommended by the Provost and Vice President
for Academic Affairs and appointed by the President
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs or other Vice
President appointed by the President
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Vice President for Administration and Finance
Vice President for Student Affairs
Vice President for University Advancement
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Executive Assistant to the President
Associate Vice President for Information Technology
Deans of the Six Colleges
Dean of the Library
Dean of Graduate Studies and Research
Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Chair or Vice Chair, Academic Senate
Chair, University Curriculum Committee
Chair, University Budget Committee
Co Chairs of WASC
Accreditation Liaison Officer, ex officio
Five faculty members elected by the Colleges of Business Administration and
Public Policy, Education, Health and Human Services, Liberal Arts, and
Natural and Behavioral Sciences
ASI President or designee
Staff Representative appointed by the President
Two individuals at-large appointed by the President
The term of appointment to the UPC of faculty representatives, faculty
committee chairs, the staff representative, and the at-large representatives
will be three years. All other representatives will serve on UPC as a result of
their respective positions.
MEETINGS OF THE UNIVERSITY PLANNING COUNCIL
UPC should meet monthly during the academic year and may employ task groups and subcommittees as needed. Agendas for UPC meetings should be sent to deans, directors, the chair of the Academic Senate, and the President of ASI, as well as to the UPC members. Minutes of the meetings should be kept and distributed to members and other recipients of the agenda.
Upon completion of the first year of UPC’s operation, the Vice Chairs shall evaluate the extent to which the UPC has met its purposes and fulfilled its charge. The President of the University will review this evaluation and decide what modifications to the provisions of this Presidential Memorandum are warranted based on the findings which are presented to him.
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