Council on Academic Advising

Overview

The Council on Academic Advising (CAA) is a recognized university body with USF System-wide representation that provides coordinated leadership, guidance, and representation for USF's undergraduate academic advising community. Responsibilities of CAA include:
  1. Representing the needs of the University's professional undergraduate academic advisors, to include reviewing and recommending priorities for university-wide advising initiatives and enhancements to academic processes;
  2. Developing and implementing coordinated programs and efforts to cultivate the professional growth of academic advisors across the University;
  3. Disseminating information as appropriate within the respective Colleges/units or campuses;
  4. Serving as a liaison to other University councils, committees and offices whose function may relate to academic advising or student issues;
  5. Reviewing and recommending academic policies, procedures and regulations for undergraduate programs as well as reviewing and consulting on University policies intended to promote academic goals and objectives; and
  6. Undertaking appropriate efforts or activities related to these Responsibilities and the Council's Charge.

Meeting schedule

CAA meets as a full council on the third Tuesday of every month from 10:00am-12noon. The Council also gathers for a "working meeting" focused on a specific topic or area on the first Tuesday of every month from 10:00am-12noon.

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