Minnesota state Committees
Students United needs student representation at Minnesota State (MnSCU) committee meetings. Students are the voice for Students United on important issues. Also, Students United will provide background information and staff support for the meetings so students have the tools they need to be a strong voice.
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This council develops system wide academic and student affairs policies and procedures.
ASA Technology Council
This council advises and makes recommendations on academic technologies including instructional related tools, online learning technologies, instructional media delivery, library technologies, and other instructional academic technologies.
Student Affairs Council
This council focuses on student services such as advising, health services, diversity, financial aid, retention and recruitment, and issues students face while enrolled at their institution.
Academic Affairs Council
This council reviews issues related to undergraduate and graduate teaching and learning, including: development, accountability framework, student readiness and college transitions, career and technical education and preparation and workforce development, and inter-campus collaboration.
Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) Request for Proposal (RFP) Workgroups
Seeking students to volunteer and provide input and requirements to ensure Minnesota State meets the university student body needs. Minnesota State will use the CRM to market, communicate, and track communication across the system. The commitment to this team is approximately four months (one meeting, 2 to 4 hours per month).
Transfer Pathway Teams
The Transfer Pathway Teams are groups to launch and coordinate the activities associated with the system’s plan to create Transfer Pathways for Baccalaureate Completion. The TPCT is charged to coordinate the development of transfer pathways for associate in arts, associate in science, and associate in fine arts and to plan for campus adviser training, communication plans, assessment, accountability measures, agreements, and long term sustainability of the processes developed.
Developmental Education Workgroup
This group will work to identify best practices for developmental education and address education needs of incoming students who require more basic developmental work.
Enrollment Management Think Tank
This body works to improve retention and recruitment on all MnSCU campuses.
Transfer Oversight Committee
This committee oversees and continues to improve transfer of credits for students.
Graduate Educate Subcommittee
This committee works on policies and issues regarding graduate education to better meet the needs of students in graduate programs.
Student Diversity Task Force
This committee will provide advice and consultation to the vice chancellor for academic and student affairs via the Student Affairs Council. This task force is a recommending, not decision-making body and would provide reports to the Student Affairs Council.
Faculty Development Subcommittee
The Faculty Development Subcommittee is a group responsible for advising the Academic Affairs Council on issues relative to faculty professional development initiatives and programs systemwide.
Transfer Web Resources Project Work Group
The system is working to centrally maintained system solution that provides potential and current students guidance and clear information about transferring into and within the Minnesota State system.
Charting The Future Coordinating Committee
This committee advises Leadership Council on the implementation of Charting the Future initiatives.
Board of Trustees Professional Excellence in Service Award Review Committee
Board of Trustees Professional Excellence in Service Award Committee members are committed to a review process that is fair, objective, multi-phased, and iterative. Portfolios will be judged on their own merits without regard to previous submissions for this award.
CTF Online Strategy Workgroup
The workgroup is charged with drafting an online strategy for Minnesota State that addresses the four “pillars” of access, affordability, collaboration, and quality. This strategy is to be built upon campus practices and aspirations, as well as the system’s role in collective work to realize those aspirations.
More committees to come...
This is not the complete list of committees for the 2016-2017 academic year. We will be accepting applications for all Minnesota State committees and will update our page once we receive a complete list of committees from Minnesota State.