Student Representatives for Committees Needed

Student Representatives are needed for certain committees at the BAC. The two committees that currently need student representatives are:

Curriculum Committee
The Curriculum Committee is an internal committee at the BAC. The purpose of the Curriculum Committee of the Boston Architectural College is to review and recommend curriculum proposals and modifications, ranging from coursework to entire programs, for approval by the Provost.

The fundamental tasks of the Committee are:
-To ensure that any course or academic program represents the quality of instruction to which the institution as a whole holds,
-That courses be assigned the appropriate instructional level, and
-That all questions and notifications related to the proposals are formulated, answered and completed,
-That all offices and persons who will work with the changes recommended are duly notified.

The BAC Curriculum Committee meets regularly in order to review and recommend expeditiously all new and revised academic initiatives that fall into its purview.

Educational Policies Committee
The Educational Policies Committee is a Board of Trustees Committee at the BAC. This committee shall periodically review all educational policies of the BAC, including matters related to academic and practice curriculum development and review, faculty development, faculty and student review and discipline, and accreditation. Students would be expected to attend a monthly meeting.

Applicants must meet these requirements:
-S/he is currently enrolled as a full-time student, with two prior semesters of full-time enrollment.
-S/he maintains a 3.0 minimum cumulative G.P.A.
-S/he maintains Practice Compliance: all modes of practice assessment such as skill level are up to date.
-S/he is not delayed in the portfolio review sequence and schedule: meaning a student’s path to graduation is not being delayed by the submission or resubmission of a portfolio.

TO APPLY: Please submit an application + current resume to: Becky Anderson by 5 pm on Friday, November 2, 2012.