The Student Affairs Committee considers such matters as establishing and maintaining the best possible student-faculty relations, receiving and reviewing communications regarding student problems and issues, advising the various offices and agencies of the University regarding student affairs.
- Review and submit changes to the BFC for Disciplinary Procedures for the IUB Campus, A. Academic Misconduct, as well as additional areas in the procedures that may reference the academic misconduct process which would be impacted by a change in A. Academic Misconduct. The review should:
- Establish a clear distinction between which campus offices have the responsibility to hear graduate and undergraduate cases.
- Move graduate-level cases from the VPFAA Office to the Dean of the Graduate School and VP of Graduate Education and Health Sciences Office.
- Review the number of appeals, taking into specific consideration the length of time it can take a student to complete all appeal options.
- Review the size of the campus board of review for each case, specifically considering the time and coordination to establish a board and how that may contribute to delays in the process for the student.
- Establish a process for summer.
- Explore if student members could extend beyond the groups identified in the procedures if trained appropriately.
- Establish collaborative working relationships with newly appointed student affairs administrators.
- Work with the IUB 2030 Executive Leadership Team, the VPSL, and the VPGE to advance near-term priorities related to student success that are enumerated in the campus strategic plan. SAC should pay particularly close attention to priorities enumerated in the plan that may require changes to campus-level policies. Members of the SAC should keep in mind that any policy changes that need to be made to implement specific plan goals in AY 24-25 will need to be developed, appropriately vetted, and moved through the formal adoption process by the end of this academic year, so it will be especially important for the EPC to prioritize and work efficiently.
- Work with the IUB 2030 Executive Leadership Team, the VPSL, and the VPGE to begin thinking about medium-term priorities related to student success that are enumerated in the campus strategic plan. Again, SAC should pay particularly close attention to priorities enumerated in the plan that may require changes to campus-level policies, especially in where cases good policymaking will require seeking information, feedback, or other forms of input from school policy committees or ADs for Undergraduate Education.
- Coordinate and collaborate actively with other relevant committees, especially EPC and SAAAC.
Bill Ramos, Public Health
Catherine Sherwood-Laughlin, Public Health
Indiana Institute on Disability & Community
|Jane Ann Grogg|
Kelley School of Business
IU Student Government Representative
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs Graduate School
Student Conduct (Ex officio)
|Kathy Adams Riester|
Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Students (Ex officio)
Vice Provost for Graduate Education (Ex officio)
Vice Provost for Student Life (Ex officio)