6.2.16 International Programs and Services Committee (F, S)
Approved by Academic Council 2004
The International Programs and Services Committee is the primary body designed to ensure the quality of International education at the University including Pacific students studying abroad and international students studying here.
The Committee reviews and makes recommendations to the Director of International Programs and Services about all practices and policies affecting international education including academic approval of all study abroad programs.
The Committee will report on an annual basis to the Academic Council.
The International Programs committees of the San Francisco and Sacramento campuses will continue their functions but will share information and coordinate activities with the IPSC where appropriate to facilitate improved study abroad opportunities and make uniform the institutions approach to immigrant regulations.
The International Programs and Services Committee will consist of the following members:
- Three faculty members from the College of the Pacific (one from each division)
- One faculty member from each professional school
These faculty are to be nominated and elected by each unit to serve three year overlapping terms.
Committee will elect its own chair from among its voting members.
The Director Programs and Services will serve as an ex-officio non-voting member.
The Director of the Pacific Institute for Cross Cultural Training will serve as an ex-officio voting member.
A representative appointed by the Director of Financial Aid will serve as an ex-officio non-voting member.