ACADEMIC POLICY REVIEW COMMITTEE (APRC)
An ad hoc Committee of the Academic Governance and Policy
The Academic Policy Review Committee (APRC) is an ad hoc committee of the Academic Governance and Policy Committee (AGPC), which is a standing committee of Senate. The APRC's mandate is to review five academic policies and to make recommendations to AGPC, which will then make recommendations for policy revisions to Senate for approval. The academic policies under review are: Policy134 Undergraduate Academic Consideration and Appeals; Policy 135 Examinations; Policy 145 Undergraduate Course Management; Policy 151 YSGS Course Management; and Policy 152 Graduate Student Academic Consideration and Appeals.
The committee, which began its work in November 2015, provides regular updates on its progress to AGPC and to Senate. APRC’s reports to Senate are linked below.
The APRC’s work is ongoing, and the committee has and will continue to consult with the Ryerson community. Faculty, students, and staff are invited to provide feedback and comments to the APRC by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by contacting their representative on the APRC.
APRC Committee Membership - 2017-2018: https://www.ryerson.ca/senate/committees/APRC/APRC-membership-2017-2018.pdf
|APRC Interim Report to Senate||April 5, 2016|
|OHRC Report to Senate||May 31, 2016|
|Senate Agenda||May 31, 2016|
|Faculty/Student Town Hall Consultation Slides||September, 2016|
|APRC Interim Report to Senate||January 31, 2017
|REVISED SENATE POLICIES:|
|Undergraduate Academic Consideration and Appeals (Pol 134)|
|Examination Policy (Pol 135)|
|Graduate Studies Course Management Policy (Pol 151)|
|Graduate Student Academic Consideration & Appeals Policy (Pol 152)|