EKU Council on Academic Affairs
About the Council on Academic Affairs
The Council on Academic Affairs is a committee of the Office of Academic Affairs
The Council on Academic Affairs (CAA) is the major policy-making body for the academic programs of Eastern Kentucky University. The council processes, reviews, and votes on the approval or disapproval of curriculum changes including new courses, course revisions, course deactivations, new programs, program revisions, program suspensions, new policies, and policy revisions. Major actions of the Council are reviewed by the Faculty Senate and subsequently presented to the President of the University and the Board of Regents for final approval.
Council membership is comprised of the Vice Provost and Chair, Associate Deans of the Academic Colleges, the Executive Director for Enrollment Management(non-voting), the Dean of Libraries, the Registrar, Chair of the Faculty Senate, Chair of Chairs Association, the Dean of Graduate School, the AVP of Institutional Effectiveness and Research, Director of e-Campus Marketing and Enrollment(non-voting), the Executive Director for Retention and Graduation(non-voting), the Vice President for Student Success(non-voting), the Associate Director of the Honors Program, the Director of Academic Advising(non-voting), and the Student Government Association Representative.