Undergraduate Academic Policies & Procedures Committee

Dr. Ben Powell, AP&P Committee Chair, 2014-2015
(828) 719-8487
powellbc [at] appstate [dot] edu

Ms. Abby Hamrick, Parliamentarian, 2014-2015
hamrickka [at] appstate [dot] edu

Undergraduate Academic Policies and Procedures Committee as defined by the Faculty Handbook

 7.3.4.13 Undergraduate Academic Policies And Procedures Committee

(a) Members on Committee: 17–15 faculty and 2 undergraduate students. The student membership (one-year term) shall include two undergraduate students as voting members. The student members shall be selected by the Student Government Association. The students will serve as liaison between the Undergraduate Academic Policies and Procedures Committee and the Student Government Association. The faculty voting members of Undergraduate AP&P shall include at least one faculty member from each college or school (with the exception of the Graduate School and University College), and the Library, with additional faculty members based on the current proportions of full-time equivalent (FTE) faculty. The ex-officio non-voting membership of Undergraduate AP&P shall include one person from each of the following areas: dean’s office in each college/school, one member from the Faculty Senate’s Academic Policy Committee, one member from the provost and executive vice chancellor’s office, Registrar, Distance Education, Academic Advising, and General Education. The provost and executive vice chancellor, or his/her designee, will convene the first meeting and facilitate the selection of a chair, or co-chairs, from among the voting members of the committee;
 
(b) the Undergraduate AP&P Committee will send out its agenda to all faculty at least six working days prior to a meeting;
 
(c) report to: the provost and executive vice chancellor;
 
(d) areas of responsibility: The major area of responsibility shall be the curriculum. Other areas are: academic policies, advanced placement; graduation requirements; hearing appeals concerning academic matters from any college/school, department, member of the faculty, or students and matters referred to it by the provost and executive vice chancellor or the chancellor.