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General Education Committee

The General Education Committee (1) establishes and reviews guidelines for certifying courses to meet general education program requirements; (2) certifies courses for meeting general education requirements; (3) develops guidelines for determining the applicability of transfer courses for meeting general education requirements; (4) evaluates general education assessment results and proposes appropriate program modifications; (5) reviews general education program to assure compliance with regulations and standards of governing bodies and accreditors; (6) formulates and promotes professional development programs for general education faculty; and (7) reports annually on the effectiveness of the general education program.


Faculty: Six from the School of Arts & Sciences elected by the faculty; Five from the School of Graduate and Professional Studies elected by the faculty; one from the Library appointed by the Director of Library Services; one representative elected by and from Faculty Senate.

Students: Two appointed by the Student Government Association President.

Administrators: Director of Institutional Research, Assessment, & Accountability (ex officio, nonvoting); the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; the Vice President for Academic Affairs or his/her representative (ex-officio, non-voting).