ADMINISTRATION - Part 1
UW-Platteville Mission Statement, Administration, Board of Regents, Orgainizational Charts, and Sources of Information at UW-Platteville
FACULTY & STAFF - Part 2
Faculty and Academic Staff Responsibilities, Faculty and Academic Staff Privileges, Policy Statements
CALENDARS & COMMITTEES - Part 3
Calendars, Committee Structure
BYLAWS - Part 4
Faculty Handbook, Academic Staff Constitution, Academic Staff Bylaws
WISCONSIN ADMINISTRATIVE CODE - Part 5
Wisconsin Administrative Codes
Article V: Ancillary College-Level Structures
section 1: budget committees
Each college shall, in a manner determined by vote of the college faculty, create a college budget committee. According to procedures set by the University Academic Budget Commission, the college budget committee shall propose to that commission allocation of funds for supplies, capital and travel, and student assistance.
section 2: curriculum committees
Each college shall, in a manner determined by vote of the college faculty, create a college curriculum committee. According to the procedures set forth by the University Undergraduate Curriculum Commission, the college curriculum committee shall propose to that commission changes in the college curriculum.
section 3: college compensation committees
- Review and act upon the appropriate department salary and promotion committee’s evaluations and recommendations concerning merit, inequity, and/or compression. Each college compensation committee will require supporting information from the department salary and promotion committee, and if the department chair's evaluation and/or recommendation differs from those of the department salary and promotion committee, it will consider both. In making its own judgments, the college compensation committee will take into account the same criteria and standards incumbent upon the department salary and promotion committee (identified below in Article VI, Section 4, a).
- May initiate the consideration of any faculty member under its jurisdiction for a merit award or inequity adjustment, but the college compensation committee may not make a merit award or inequity adjustment without the concurrence of the department salary and promotion committee.
- Shall notify each faculty member in writing as soon as is practicable of all college compensation committee judgments concerning that member.
- Shall notify the department salary and promotion committee when it (the college compensation committee) makes a judgment and/or recommendation contrary to one made by the department salary and promotion committee.
- Shall forward its recommendations concerning merit, inequity, and compression to the chancellor.
- Shall forward an annual report to the University Rank, Salary, and Tenure Policy Commission that summarizes merit, inequities, and compression for the entire college.
Membership and Chair
- Each college compensation committee shall consist of members in that college and shall consist of at least five tenured faculty members. No more than two members may be from the same department and no more than one member from the same discipline. Each member shall be elected by the whole college faculty. Department chairs, school directors, members of the department or school salary and promotion committees, and probationary faculty on a terminal contract are not eligible to serve.
- Each college compensation committee shall elect yearly a chair from its membership. The college dean or the assistant/associate dean (non-voting) is eligible to serve in this capacity. Each college compensation committee shall select yearly from its membership, a member to serve on the University Rank, Salary and Tenure Policy Commission.
- No college compensation committee member may vote on his or her own evaluation or recommendation.