The Graduate Council provides guidance and direction for the university's graduate programs. The Council considers and recommends graduate curriculum changes and new programs; policies on graduate admission, academic standards, and graduation requirements; policies on graduate faculty status; policies regarding graduate assistants; and policies on graduate stipends and assistantships and their distribution to programs.
Membership on the Graduate Council consists of one tenured graduate faculty member from each college with graduate programs. Colleges with doctoral programs will have an additional faculty representative from the doctoral program(s). Two graduate students appointed by the Graduate Student Council will serve on the committee. The Graduate Dean and the Director of Assessment Services will serve on the Council as ex-officio, nonvoting members. This council reports to the VCAAR through the Dean of the Graduate School.
For Graduate Council Meeting Minutes, please visit the Graduate Council Archive.
For Graduate Curriculum Related Changes, go to the Curriculum Forms section at Curriculum Committee Forms.
2019-2020 Graduate Council Meeting Dates and Deadlines
For meeting dates and the submission deadlines for inclusion on curriculum council agenda, please visit: Curriculum_Committee_Calendar
An electronic copy of proposals must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the given deadlines for these to be included on the meeting agendas.
- David Newman
- Karen McDaniel
- Gil Fowler
- Joan Henley
- Amanda Wheeler
- Hai Jiang
- Ed Owen
- Samuel Noi
- Matthew Arnold
- Lauri Umansky
- Erik Gilbert
- Christina Akbari
- Shawn Drake
- Paul Sikkel
- Tanja McKay
- Summer DeProw
- Karen Wheeler
- Tracy Finch
- Jesse Blankenship
ADHE Criteria and Procedures Manual for Preparing Academic Proposals
Guide to ADHE Letter of Notifications
All documentation to be sent to ADHE must be submitted by the Office of Academic Affairs and Research (AAR), and must go through regular curriculum process. Please see the following specific curriculum forms created for changes requiring:
(Certificate, Degree, Option/Emphasis/Concentration, Organizational Unit)
(Consolidation or Separation of Degrees to Create New Degree)
For all other LONs, please utilize the LONs_Proposal_Form Document, available on our Curricular Forms page. A guide for LON selection is included in this document. Please select the one you require and delete the others, and submit this form through the regular curriculum process.