Ensure that student petitions for waivers and substitutions meet the college curricular
requirements for each program, certificate or degree.
Ensure that student petitions for waivers and substitutions meet course requirements
for programs within each discipline, transfer degree programs and requirements set
by the college and the state.
Be responsible for reinstatement of students whose grades have fallen below the requirements
of the college by setting academic limitations for improving grades and providing
academic intervention when required.
Ensure that requests for variance from curriculum course requirements meet the intent
of the requirement.
Hear and act upon student appeals and grievances of an academic nature.
Make recommendations to the Instructional Council for changes in academic policy.
Committee membership consists of an academic employee elected from each instructional
department, the Vice President of Student Services, and a student body representative.
The Registrar serves on the committee as a non-voting ex-officio.
Membership is for three academic years.
One-third of the committee is elected at the beginning of each academic year.
The committee is chaired by a faulty member of the committee.
The members of the committee elect the Chairperson at the first meeting of the fall
Term of office is one year.
The committee determines the sub-committee membership whose term is one year.