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This consultation structure was devised for the purpose of reducing the historic number of system-level task forces. The result allows ASA to provide venues where academic and student affairs issues of mutual interest might be addressed, improve our ability to communicate with our constituents and allow our faculty, student and professional staff leadership to work in ways that are solution-oriented.

In addition, we have a shared interest in working to assure greater efficiencies in how we communicate the academic and student affairs work plans and communicate. In the respective advisory roles, each of the councils play an important part in helping staff identify and refine policies and procedures as well as work with the ASA division to address systemwide issues in ways that positively impact the college and university experiences of learners.

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The Academic and Student Affairs Policy Council provides constituent advice and consultation on proposed Board of Trustees academic and student affairs policies and chancellor's procedures.

The work of this council supports Strategic Direction:

  1. To increase access and opportunity; Strategic Direction
  2. To promote and measure high-quality learning programs and services; and Strategic Direction
  3. To provide programs and services integral for state and regional economic needs.

Contact:
Gary Hunter
System Director for Policy and Procedures, Student Affairs
651-201-1659

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The Student Affairs Council provides advice and consultation to the vice chancellor for academic and student affairs on emerging student affairs issues as they are received from its related subcommittees and user groups.

Contact:
Brent Glass
Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
651-201-1673

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The Academic and Student Affairs Technology Council is an ongoing council with an advisory role to the vice chancellor of academic and student affairs and the Academic and Student Affairs Coordinating Commission.

The council will be the principal group responsible for advising the vice chancellor of academic affairs on all academic technologies that are piloted, adopted, and/or licensed for systemwide use.

They will advise and make recommendations on academic technologies including instructional related tools, online learning technologies, instructional media delivery, library technologies, and other instructional academic technologies that have systemwide application.

Contact:
Kim Lynch
Senior System Director for Educational Innovations
651-201-1655