Student Aid & Scholarships Committee
- To act as a judicial body to hear and decide appeals from students in connection with granting, withholding, or withdrawing scholarships or financial aid; and
- To advise on policies, procedures, and standards for granting aid and scholarships when requested by the Office of Academic Affairs.
A pool of twenty (20) to thirty (30) faculty selected by the Office of Academic Affairs and approved annually by the Faculty Senate Executive Committee with the committee chair appointed by the Faculty Senate Executive Committee for a three (3) year term from nominees from the Committee on Committees. From this pool of twenty to thirty people, a subcommittee panel of five (5) to seven (7) faculty members to serve as a majority of the voting members for each judicial panel convened by the Office of Student Aid and Scholarships; Director of the Office of Student Aid and Scholarships, ex officio; Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs (or designee), ex officio; Director of Undergraduate Admissions (or designee), ex officio; and other staff members as required by NCAA regulations.