Meeting Place: Social Sciences Building 232
Meeting Dates: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 1:30-2:50 pm
GPC makes recommendations to the Committee on Academic Programs (CAP) concerning the nature, structure, and standards of graduate programs and partnerships, student scholarship and collaborative research, policies and/or standards related to admission of graduate students; reviews and recommends standards and structure for the advisement of graduate students, orientation of graduate students, and the training of faculty and staff graduate advisors; reviews graduate advisement handbooks and the advisement information system; reviews and recommends graduate standards for retention and dismissal; serves as the appeals committee for graduate dismissal and readmittance.
(12 members) Dean of Graduate Studies, 3 Faculty and 3 Graduate Coordinators (all of whom must be from departments that have graduate programs, and 3 of whom must be from the School of Education), Library Representative, 1 Staff (Records and Registration) 3 Graduate Students
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