The Student Development Committee initiates and supports co-curricular programs for student development. It prepares a yearly program for the development of the University student community, focusing on issues of concern to the holistic student educational experience at North Park.
The duties for this University committee will be:
- To initiate and support co-curricular programs for student development.
- To provide leadership in reviewing the current advising processes and structures present at the University and to make recommendations based on researched models, for improvement to those processes and structures.
- To prepare a yearly program for the development of the University student community, focusing on issues of concern to the holistic student experience at North Park. To look for ways to connect what happens in the classroom with student activities in the residence halls/apartments, university ministries, athletics, etc.
- To incorporate the University theme into the Student Development Committee deliberations throughout the year.
The committee primarily consists of student development personnel, but is distributed among, and representative of, University constituencies including three faculty members. The Vice President of Student Development, in consultation with the Academic Council, appoints the chair of the committee from student development. The committee meets as needed, but at least once per month. Members are appointed for three-year terms.