The Academic Affairs office is a resource for students who have issues and/or concerns regarding academics. These issues and concerns can range from contesting a grade, to solving textbook issues, to providing resources to raise a grade(s) to resources they can utilize if they are on academic suspension. On a monthly basis the Academic Affairs office attends Faculty Senate as well as meets with the provost semimonthly. The Academic Affairs office is also the chair of Student Academic Senate. SAS, in terms of allocating monies, is similar to Club Senate. SAS reimburses individuals who seek to learn outside of the classroom. This learning can span from bringing in a guest speaker, hosting an event, to attending a conference; all of course need to tie to how it is beneficial academically.
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(Ellensburg, Wash. – Mar. 26, 2014) On Tuesday, March 25 the Board of Trustees opted not to raiseWinter Quarter Public Meetings
There are just three meetings remaining for Winter Quarter 2015. Make plans to attend Mondays at 7 p