The Senate Advisory Committee on IT (SACIT) is charged with reviewing all requests proposed to the Strategic Information Technology Committee (SITC) in order to determine which have an impact on the academic mission of the university. When a proposal is judged to have no such impact, the SACIT will return it to SITC with a note stating that it has no academic impact. When a proposal is determined to have academic impact, the SACIT will engage in discussion with and make recommendations to the SITC on the proposal; in the course of such investigation, the SACIT has the right to consult with other units on campus, including SITC, to help it reach a conclusion. This conclusion will be reported to SITC.
Governing Document: University Policy 6-002: The Academic Senate
Powers and Duties
- Reviews requests proposed to the SITC to determine which have an impact on the academic mission of the university.
- Engages in discussion with and makes recommendations to the SITC on the proposal
- May consult with other units on campus
The Academic Senate elects 12 tenure-line or career-line faculty members (a minimum of three tenure-line and three career-line faculty). ASUU selects two students.
Monthly meetings, for 60 minutes each.