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Cal Poly Pomona

Committee Formation and Charter

Charge for the Prioritization Recovery Plan University Committee

The Committee

The Prioritization Recovery Plan University Committee is to be an ongoing committee of the University for the purpose of developing a process for reviewing and making recommendations to the University President and the Academic Senate in regard to the organization of and use of resources by all academic and nonacademic programs within Academic Affairs.

The Committee membership shall include 4 faculty members and one alternate, 1 staff members, 1 student and one student alternate, and 2 administrators. All faculty members shall be appointed by the Academic Senate Executive Committee. Staff members and administrators shall be appointed by the University President. Student members shall be appointed by the Associated Students, Inc. Senate.

The Committee shall meet on a regular basis throughout the year at times to be decided by the committee membership.

The Committee shall elect a Chair, a Vice-Chair, and a Secretary. The Chair and Vice-Chair shall be faculty members. The Chair shall provide the agenda, communicate the minutes to the University President and Academic Senate, and be the representative of the Committee. The Chair shall serve a one-year term and may be re-elected.

The Vice-Chair shall serve in the absence of the Chair and prepare all reports sent to the University President and The Academic Senate.

The Secretary shall be responsible for recording the minutes and any other correspondence necessary for the committee.

The Charge for the Committee

  1. Identify all academic and nonacademic programs within Academic Affairs.
  2. Identify any commonalities among the programs for the purpose of grouping the programs. For example: programs providing instruction may be in one group, programs providing instructional support may be in a second group and those providing faculty support in a third group.
  3. Set up the common criteria for each group of programs by which each program will be examined for recommending increased support, decrease support, restructuring, or discontinuing.
  4. Collect quantitative and qualitative data from various sources such as colleges, schools, departments, or institutional research, which could support such recommendations.
  5. Analyze data based on the criteria developed by the committee and propose recommendations.
  6. Report findings to the University President and the Academic Senate.

Are you interested in serving on the Committe? Please read the self-nomination form.
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