The Academic Affairs Advisory Group is one of the three College Council advisory groups under the current administrative organization - Academic Affairs, Administrative Services, and Student Services.
AAAG meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month.
AAAG provides a forum for communication among its membership about campus issues of common interest. Members are charged with representing the interests of their constituency at AAAG and with communicating back to their constituency the discussions and decisions of AAAG.
- AAAG makes recommendations for action to President's Advisory Council on issues of policy (including Board Policy), planning, and resource allocation.
- AAAG makes recommendations to the Vice-President for Academic Affairs on operational issues.
- Vice President of Academic Affairs, Chair
- All Division Chairs: Business & Technology, Counseling, Creative Arts, Humanities, Library, Life Sciences, Physical Education, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences
- All Deans of Instruction
- Director of Nursing
- Director of Public Safety Training Center
- Director of Information Services
- Library Representative
- One Representative of Student Services - instructional faculty
- One Student Representative appointed by Associated Students of MPC (ASMPC)
- One Representative appointed by managers, supervisors, confidentials
- One classified or confidential employee assigned to record minutes, provide data processing, and organization support
The Academic Affairs Vice President and the Director of Information Systems are non-voting members of AAAG.
Member Roles and Responsibilities
Attend and fully participate in advisory group meetings
Be knowledgeable of current Academic Affairs policies and procedures
Communicate information and assist division members they represent regarding matters discussed at advisory group meetings
Serve on subcommittees as needed
Meetings are normally scheduled monthly on the first and third Wednesday of each semester. Additional meetings may be called by the chair as necessary. All meetings are open to anyone wishing to attend.
Additional information about the Academic Affairs Advisory Group, web resources and committee documents can be found on the Academic Affairs Advisory Group (AAAG) Intranet site. (Login required)