Meeting Place: Education Building 200
Meeting Dates: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 1:30-2:50 pm
CAP addresses all issues related to improving the quality and maintenance of the academic programs of the College. In meeting this responsibility, CAP is, for example, responsible for making recommendations concerning the nature of degrees, program structure, new programs, content for Liberal Learning, standards and guidelines for majors and minors, etc. The following Program Councils will make recommendations directly to CAP: Graduate Programs, Liberal Learning, Honors and Scholars, and International Education. In addition, the Cross-School Curricular Committees (Teacher Education Curricular Committee and Self-Designed Major Curricular Committee) make recommendations to CAP where matters of college policy are concerned. CAP also serves as the Planning Council for the Provost in the strategic area of educational programs.
15 members: 8 Faculty (including one with graduate teaching responsibilities, a representative for Liberal Learning, and a representation for Teacher Education.), Provost or designee, Academic Dean, 3 Students (one graduate level), 2 Staff (representing academic support areas).