Regularly Meets On:
2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 12:15-1:30 pm
*Please check meeting list to confirm times and locations
- Chair: KiMi Wilson
- Executive Secretary: Karin Elliott Brown
Charge. The Graduate Studies Subcommittee has the following responsibilities:
- To consider all policy issues pertaining to graduate studies and make recommendations thereon to the Educational Policy Committee. Policies concerning graduate courses and/or programs offered by PaGE include but are not limited to selection, admission, probation and disqualification of graduate students; regulations governing graduate studies; and the development and review of graduate curricula. Policies concerning PaGE include but are not limited to applicability of extension credit to graduate degree programs and offering regular courses and graduate programs through PaGE.
- To consult with individual faculty members, program, department/division/school, college and administrative representatives concerning the various aspects of graduate courses and/or programs offered by PaGE.
- To review department/division/school and college requests for new graduate programs for unresolved challenges to modification of existing programs, and for post-baccalaureate certificate programs and to forward to the Educational Policy Committee those recommended for approval.
- To review and approve or deny student petitions pertaining to graduate studies in those areas in which authority has not been delegated to the colleges.
- To establish policies and guidelines for the award of graduate scholarship that are not housed in department/divisions/schools or colleges.
Membership. The membership of this subcommittee shall be composed of the following:
- One member actively involved with graduate students and programs (such as masters, doctoral, credential, or other post-baccalaureate programs) elected from each college for staggered three-year terms according to procedures approved by a majority vote of the college faculty. Alternate members shall also be elected by these procedures. Faculty members in Library and Student Affairs are considered a college for this purpose.
- One liaison member selected annually by the Educational Policy Committee from its own membership.
- Two classified graduate student members from different colleges selected annually by the Board of Directors of the Associated Students working with the Dean of Graduate Studies. The student members must be enrolled during subcommittee service and be in good standing.
- The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs or designee who serves ex-officio as executive secretary, non-voting.
Last modified on March 12, 2018