Educational Assessment and Policy Committee

Abbreviation: 
EAPC
Meeting Location: 
Kilpatrick 221 (also known as The Glass Room)
Relevant Bylaws: 
  • V.Section2.C.2.a. Membership. The Educational Assessment and Policy Committee shall have thirteen (13) members distributed as follows: eleven (11) members selected from the Corps of Instruction faculty, at least seven (7) of whom are elected faculty senators, one (1) member who is the Chief Academic Officer or an individual appointed by the Chief Academic Officer to serve as her/his designee in compliance with V.Section2.C, and one (1) member appointed by the University President in compliance with II.Section1.A.5.
  • V.Section2.C.2.b. Scope. The Educational Assessment and Policy Committee shall review and recommend for or against policy relating to educational processes and academic assessment, which includes, but is not limited to, policies relating to general university degree requirements (e.g. Foreign Language requirement, Wellness requirement), and academic program assessment. In addition to its policy recommending function, this committee also provides advice, as appropriate, on procedural matters relating to the educational process and academic assessment.

Documents

Guidelines for Submitting Proposals to EAPC
Download: File CAPC_Guidelines_2015-02-27.docx, Download: PDF icon CAPC_Guidelines_2015-02-27_0.pdf
Description: Under Review
EAPC Operating Procedures 2016-2017
Download: File Op_Procs_CAPC_2017-18.docx, Download: PDF icon Op_Procs_CAPC_2017-18.pdf
Description: Under Review