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EITC Councils
Role
Instructional Advisory
Council (IAC)
IAC meets twice a month for planning and discussion on issues
affecting technical programs, professional development, and
curricular changes. It consists of the Vice President for
Instruction and Student Affairs, Instructional Division
Managers, the Transition Coordinator, and the Administrative
Assistant to the Vice President. Minutes are posted on
FASTInfo and are available to the campus community. The IAC
functions as EITC’s de-facto curriculum committee.
Faculty Senate/Council
The Faculty Council meets two to three times a year and is
open to all faculty members, full or part-time. The Senate is
composed of representatives from each of the instructional
divisions. The council brings instructional and safety concerns
to and from administration, forms ad hoc committees to
address emerging issues, and provides an open forum for
discussion.
Staff Association
The Staff Association meets twice a year or more if needed.
The association brings concerns to and from administration,
may form ad hoc committees, and provides an open forum for
their constituents.
Student Senate
Functions as the representative body for all students to
encourage cooperation between students, faculty, staff, and
administration. Works with IAC and PAC to recommend
improvements to campus life when desirable.
The Student Services office meets once a month for in-service training to better serve the
student population. Student Services and the Business Office meet weekly to coordinate
procedures and share results from deadlines and directives.
2.A.2 Division of Authority and Responsibility is Clearly Defined
The Idaho SBOE is the policy-making body for all public education in Idaho. It provides
general oversight and governance for public K-20 education. SBOE serves as the Board of
Trustees for state-sponsored public four-year colleges and universities and the Board of
Regents for the University of Idaho. A general overview of the division of authority is
available in the Idaho State Board of Education Governing Policies and Procedures, I.E.
2.A.3 Compliance with the Commission’s Standards for Accreditation
Standards compliance is ongoing as part of the accreditation process. Recommendations by
NWCCU are welcome and are addressed in a timely manner. The College mission statement
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