Section 11. Committee on Athletics
- The Committee on Athletics shall be
composed of the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of
Students, the Faculty Athletic Representative, a representative from the
Office of Legal Affairs, at least seven members of the university
faculty elected at large by the Senate; three students who are members
of the Senate; and one staff senator. The Director of Athletics shall
serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member.
- The duties of the committee shall include the following:
- To promote an understanding of intercollegiate athletics
among faculty, students, and staff.
- To advise the Senate in matters concerning the
relationship between athletic and academic
interests of the University (specifically providing comments related to
the impact of proposed GSU or NCAA academic requirements on student
athletes to the Senate Committee on Admissions and Standards).
- To recommend policies to the Director of Athletics relative to eligibility
and participation of student athletes, including but not limited to matters
of Title IX compliance.
- To review the overall calendars of athletic teams and make
recommendations to the Director of Athletics.
- To assist with the development of official reports to be submitted
by the President as part of the NCAA certification process.
- To review with the Director of Athletics matters of long-range athletic
program planning and make recommendations where appropriate.
- To advise the Director of Athletics on the advisement, academic support,
and counseling services available to student athletes.
- To review the Compliance program for the department, including the receipt
and review of the Compliance Audit.
- To insure all relevant issues dealing with the
athletic program at Georgia State University falling
within this committee's area of responsibility are considered.
- The committee shall elect a chair within ten (10)
working days after the election of a new committee.
Last Updated April 28, 2005
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