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Assignment Advisory Board
The Assignment Advisory Group (AAG) consists of four members, including the Chancellor. Its role is to provide the initial review of proposals for new and revised policies and rules, and to assign them to either the Administrative Track or the Academic Track to focus the vetting process. The AAG selects the appropriate representative and other official university boards ("Review Groups") should be requested to provide formal review and comment relative to each policy or rule proposal.
The AAG is responsible to make decisions which determine the path(s) that policy and rule proposals will follow during the Review and Comment period. (See ARP, Rule 1.10, Part 6. Sections C. 1. and 2.)
Decisions are made by majority vote, with the Chancellor's vote controlling in the event of a tie. Technically, there is no chair.
Dan E. Arivzu
The membership consists of the Chancellor, the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Faculty Senate Chair and Faculty Senate Vice Chair. (See ARP, Rule 1.10, Part 6, Section C.) General Counsel attends the meetings to provide procedural guidance and administrative support.
Chancellor of the NMSU System
President of NMSU
Provost of NMSU
Faculty Senate Chair
Faculty Senate Vice-Chair
Regents Policy 1.10 and corresponding Rule 1.10 designate the four university officials who make up the AAG (Chancellor, EVP/Provost, Faculty Senate Chair and Vice Chair. The Office of General Counsel provides procedural guidance and administrative support to the AAG.
Determined by position appointment
Office of General Counsel.
The meetings typically occur monthly, prior to the University Administrative Council meeting by several days.
Scheduling Conflicts or No business to be heard.
Approval of Building and room Namings
Repealed policies and rules to remove duplicates within arp.nmsu.edu and rpm.nmsu.edu. Revise policies and rules to align with current practices.