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Committee: University Academic Advising


The members of the University Advising Committee consists of advisors representing each academic college, the University Advising Center, the Broken Arrow Advising Center, and the Muskogee Advising center. The committee also includes the Director of the University Advising Center, the Associate Deans from each of the four undergraduate colleges, the Broken Arrow Director of Student Affairs, and representatives from the Chairs Council, Staff Council, and Faculty Council. The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Enrollment and the Executive Director of University Advising are non-voting ex officio members.


The purpose of the committee is to ensure high quality advising experiences for all students through the Duel-Shared Advising model (NACADA, 2012). It also ensures that all advising processes (e.g., communication, manuals, training, etc.) are updated and accurate each year and that the best interests of students are at the forefront of all decisions and daily operations. The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs/Enrollment will serve as an ex officio member. The committee reports to the Vice Presidents for Academic Affairs and Student Affairs.


The committee will meet three to four times a year or quarterly, or more often as determined by the committee.