The Committee on Education Policy (Ed Policy) is one of the standing committees in the Senate. This Committee is divided into two sub-committees by graduate/undergraduate academic standing. Sub-committees meet separately, but also meet jointly if necessary.
The Committee on Education Policy shall focus on issues and legislation concerning—
Academic policies such as Academic Calendar, Academic Integrity, University Bulletin, and Academic Planning and Assessment;
Curricula of the various schools and departments;
Academic infrastructure such as Academic Technologies/CIO, Blackboard, Bookstore (Access to Textbooks), Disability Services (Academic Related Issues), Libraries, and Printing;
Enrollment and student success such as Research, Academic Advising, and Admissions;
Academic programs such as Study Abroad and Honors Program;
Relations with the Faculty Senate, Council of Deans, and the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs; and
The hiring of Deans and faculty members.