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Committee on Academic Advising

Charge to the Committee

The Committee on Academic Advising is responsible for all aspects of Colgate’s programs for academic advising. The committee will:
  1. respond to questions and requests proposed to it by the board;
  2. review proposed changes in policies and programs affecting academic advising, and;
  3. review existing academic advising policies and programs and make recommendations to the board as seems desirable to the committee.
Membership will consist of:
  • Chair of academic advising, a faculty member appointed to a three-year renewable term by the dean of the faculty
  • Three faculty members, representing the academic divisions of the arts and humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, and social sciences elected to staggered three-year terms by the faculty 
  • Two students elected by the Student Senate
  • The chair of the First-Year Seminar Program
  • A representative of the Academic Affairs Board
  • Dean of first-year students (ex officio)
  • Director of Academic Support & Disability Services (ex officio)
  • Registrar (ex officio)

Meeting Times

The committee will convene as needed, at least once each semester.

Resources

Contact the chair of the advising committee for agenda and minutes.

Members

Faculty and students: