Continuing & Extended Education Committee
To advise the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education in providing high quality continuing education programs and services, both credit and non-credit.
- Review non-credit offerings relative to University guidelines and policies on business ethics and quality assurances;
- Advise the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education on conflicts that affect the quality of scheduling and instruction of non-credit classes or conferences that cannot be resolved through existing policy, procedures, or practices;
- Provide a communication mechanism whereby representatives of various University disciplines, nontraditional students, and University student support service units can advise the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education on how to best meet the needs of nontraditional students, while protecting the interests of the University, the community and traditional students;
- Advise the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education as to the institutional efforts needed to expand the availability of credit course offerings to nontraditional students through the Evening Program, the Summer Program, the Telecourse Program, and the Off-Campus Instructional Program;
- Assist the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education in planning, identifying goals, and establishing institutional mission in serving nontraditional students;
- Advise the Dean of Continuing & Extended Education on the management of the University`s summer session.
- Eight elected faculty members, with the following stipulated representation: one each from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business Administration, the College of Education and Human Development, Firelands College, the College of Health and Human Services, the College of Musical Arts, the College of Technology, the Instructional Support Services;
- One additional faculty member in first four years, appointed by the Committee on Committees for a one-year term;
- One representative from WBGU Television;
- One representative from Registration and Records, Office of the Bursar, or Undergraduate Admissions, appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs;
- One non-traditional undergraduate student appointed by the USG for a one-year term;
- One non-traditional graduate student appointed by the GSS for a one-year term;
- One representative from the Non-credit Professional Advisory Committee.
- Dean of Continuing & Extended Education
- Director of Adult Learner Services and Evening Credit Programs
The chair of the committee is to be selected from the elected faculty members.
BALANCE OF REPRESENTATION:
Three of the elected faculty members must be eligible for election to Faculty Senate ( Academic Charter, Article V.B).
All elected, appointed and ex officio members have full voting rights. Consultants are non-voting members. ( Academic Charter, Article V.B)