Working on remaining policies with appropriate areas.
Consolidated catalog implementation is in progress. At this point, responsibility for that has shifted to Registrar’s Office. Edgar Johnson will continue to work with that office to ensure that the project is completed on time.
The leaders of this workgroup believe that its activities are complete, and that the work of the group can be closed out barring any additional requests or requirements. Dr. Johnson and Dr. Keskula have been assigned to new work groups . Johnson will lead the group overseeing production of University-Wide Artifacts and Keskua will lead Educational Programs.
Working to align all academic policies and programs.
Developing the consolidated New U General Catalog. Determined that Acalog provides best value for New U General Catalog delivery. Target deadline is to be ready for launch at the time of consolidation.
Determined that General Catalog responsibility should be moved out of Registrar’s Office sphere of responsibility, and should be managed by someone on the faculty side of curriculum development.
Created curriculum change policy.
Drafted consolidated ARSA policies 2.02 (Centers and Institutes), 2.06 (Certificate Programs), 2.08 (Change in Name of Program), 2.13 (Curriculum Change), 2.13 (Student Concerns with Educational Experiences).
Gretchen B. Caughman, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, at GHSU and Carol J. Rychly, Vice President for Academic Affairs at ASU discuss the academic plans for the new university.
The following definitions were recommended by the Academic Programs Work Team and approved by the Consolidation Action Team.
New students complete the new core. During the transition year, it is recommended the ASU core requirements be utilized until a joint faculty senate is established and formal discussions occur regarding proposed revisions.
Transfer students within the USG follow the current USG policies concerning core transfer. This includes completing the minimum number of hours in each Area within the core from the list of courses and the program specific requirements.
Transfer students external to the USG, follow the current USG policies concerning the core curriculum and core transfer.
As the combined university continues to grow, increased national and international recognition will benefit faculty, staff, students, and alumni. While it is very likely that additional programs will be offered, specifics have not yet been determined.