Committees

Undergraduate Academic Advising Council (UAAC)

The Undergraduate Academic Advising Council is an advisory body that makes recommendations to the Vice Provost & Dean for Undergraduate Education about how best to serve our students’ needs for high quality academic advising.

Charge: The primary purpose of the Undergraduate Academic Advising Council (UAAC) is to foster the exchange of information among units that perform academic advising and units that support academic advising at UC Davis.  The council also provides system-wide academic advising recommendations to the Office of Academic Advising and to the Vice Provost & Dean for Undergraduate Education.

Chairs of the Assessment, Technology, and Training Task Forces represent those groups on the UAAC.

Advisor Training & Professional Development Task Force (ATPD)

The Advisor Training and Professional Development Task Force is an advisory group that makes recommendations to the Vice Provost & Dean for Undergraduate Education about how best to serve our students’ needs for high quality academic advising.

Charge: The primary purpose of the Advisor Training and Professional Development Task force (ATPD) is to enhance training and professional development opportunities for advisors across campus as well as addressing community-building initiatives for advisors.  This task force also oversees the planning committee for the annual UC Davis advising conference.

The ATPD chair represents group at UAAC, and has membership on UAAC if not already included in the UAAC membership charter.

Assessment Task Force (ATF)

The Assessment Task Force is an advisory group that makes recommendations to the Vice Provost & Dean for Undergraduate Education about how best to serve our students’ needs for high quality academic advising.

Committee Charge: The primary purpose of the Advising Assessment Task Force (ATF) is to create a campus-wide plan for the assessment of academic advising and oversee targeted broad-based advising assessment initiatives.

Advising Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC)

The Advising Technology Advisory Committee is responsible for vetting projects, features, and enhancements for advising technology.  Proposals for new projects and requests for changes to existing applications shall funnel through the committee.  The core membership includes the OASIS team, MyUCDavis programmers, and other advising technology stakeholders; membership is otherwise open to the greater advising community.  Please send agenda item requests to the committee facilitators for inclusion in an upcoming meeting.

Committee Charge: The primary purpose of the Advising Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC) is to evaluate technology requests and make recommendations in a way that broadly serves the advising community.