MSPC Charge


Master Schedule Process Committee Charge, 2015 - 2016

The College Master Schedule Process Committee has the following responsibilities:

        1.  Recommend and implement policy dealing with scheduling activities.
                  a.  It is expected that the committee will have the authority to establish and implement 
                       policy in operational areas.  The Chair shall determine which policy matters are of 
                       sufficient magnitude to be directed  to the Executive Council.
                  b.  For policies set at the Executive Council or Cabinet level, the Committee will be 
                       responsible for policy implementation and monitoring, as well.
        2.  Function as the user group for Banner INB and Banner SSB.
                  a.  Collect recommendations regarding application changes and determine change 
                  b.  Request that changes be made to these applications.
                  c.  Participate in planning and monitoring of system training and maintaining "Banner 
                       Training Manuals" and posting training materials to the College portal.
                  d.  Review and update "USER" permissions.
                  e.  Annually review and update "USER" permissions and add/remove as necessary.

         3.  Adopt Master Schedule Process Calendar in collaboration with the College Registrar and 
              the Office of Academic Affairs.

The membership of the Master Schedule Process Committee shall consist of the following:

     College Associate Dean for Master Schedule/Registrar, Chair
     College Assistant Director for Master Schedule/Registrar
     Three Campus Associate Deans for Academic Affairs in charge of Campus Master Schedule 
         to serve as campus liaisons to the MSPC
     College Associate Dean for Instructional Technology
     College Associate Dean for Continuing Education
     Director of Information Management
     Collegewide Director of ESL Programs
     Director, Office of Publications, ad hoc