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Ad Hoc Committee on Student Information System (ACSIS)

Chair: Steven Brewer

Membership List

Final Report


Charge:
To explore the success of alternative SIS systems implemented at sister institutions,
in order to provide a comparative basis for evaluating UMA's current PeopleSoft SIS module.

The Rules Committee recommends that its membership shall consist of:
a) Seven faculty members or librarians (from different schools and colleges) at large,
    selected by the Committee on Committees or by the Rules Committee;
b) A representative of the Graduate Council, selected by the Chair of the Graduate Council;
c) A representative of the Academic Matters Council, selected by the Chair of the Academic
    Matters Council;
d) A representative of the Undergraduate Education Council, selected by the Chair of the
    Undergraduate Education Council;
e) The Registrar;
f) The Secretary of the Faculty Senate or a designee;
g) The Faculty Advisor to the Provost;
h) The Deputy Provost;
i) The Director of the Office of Information Technologies;
j) The Chief Information Officer;
k) The Director of Continuing Education or a designee;
l) Two members of the University Computer and Electronic Communications Committee;
m) Two staff members from the Office of Information Technologies; and
n) Two Departmental Support Staff.

From the Special Report of the Rules Committee Concerning the Establishment of an Ad Hoc
Committee on the Student Information System (ACSIS), Sen. Doc. No. 05-006

 

 

 

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