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S-1003: Academic Calendar, Part 2

Charge

Consider the potential problems with the Fall 2010 academic calendar brought to the Senate’s attention by Senator Ted Szatrowski; namely, the fact that the first class meeting for sections of courses meeting on Monday only will not take place until near the end of the second week of classes. Evaluate the difficulties this will cause for faculty and students. Consult with Arun Mukherjee, University Director of Scheduling and Space Management, with appropriate staff in the Office of Information Technology (OIT), and with representatives of various schools and colleges and recommend whether or not changes should be made to the Fall 2010 academic calendar to solve the problems identified. Also revisit the academic calendar for subsequent years to see if changes should be made in order to avoid similar problems with Monday classes in the future. Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by April 2010 with regard to recommendations for Fall 2010 and by October 2010 for recommendations for future years.

Committee Charged

Academic Standards, Regulations and Admissions Committee

2011-2012

Responses

Response By
Faculty and Personnel Affairs Committee - 2010-2011 10/15/2010
Response To
Charge
Response Document
Response to Charge S-1003 on Academic Calendar, Part 2 By Faculty and Personnel Affairs Committee - 2010-2011
Response By
President Richard McCormick 11/22/2010
Response To
Committee Report
Response Document
President McCormick's Response to ASRAC Report on S-1003
Response By
Executive Vice President Philip Furmanski 02/01/2011
Response To
Committee Report
Response Document
EVP Furmanski's University-wide Transmittal of the Revised Calendar
Response By
Academic Standards, Regulations and Admissions Committee - 2011-2012 04/06/2012
Response To
Charge Follow-up
Response Document
ASRAC Follow-up to Charge S-1003
Response By
President Richard McCormick 06/04/2012
Response To
Committee Report Follow-Up
Response Document
President McCormick's Response to ASRAC Follow-Up on Charge S-1003