Administrative CouncilApril 10, 2022 2022-09-04 14:27
The Administrative Council's mission is to serve as a representative body for all university constituent organizations, with the goal of establishing and/or revising all non-academic policies and procedures that affect the entire institution.
The following topics are discussed by the Administrative Council:
- The Administrative Council shall make policy recommendations to the University President on any matter relating to the non-academic life of the university.
- Management components of annual plans, short-term goals, and long-term plans.
- Legislation, revision of important regulations pertaining to management
- Rewards of board members and standards for retirement benefit payments
- Salaries of faculty members and standards for retirement benefit payments
- Tuition and fees
- Budget creation and implementation, accounting issues
- Examination and assessment of the university's organization and management practices
- Other important matters pertaining to management
There shall be Five (5) standing committees of the Administrative Council:
- Campus Beautification
- Campus Safety
- The Commission on Human Diversity
- The Commission on the Status of Women.
The structure and responsibilities of these standing committees shall be determined by the Administrative Council. The work of the standing committees, including any reports and recommendations, shall be transmitted in writing to the Administrative Council for its advice and consent before submission to the University President. Additional standing committees or task forces may be created by the Administrative Council as appropriate.
The Administrative Council is a body that deliberates on important matters to the management of the University, and is comprised of the president, who presides over the body; directors/college members, and outside/outside individuals.