Committees

Serve a wide variety of functions at Willamette University and vary in terms of their mission, membership, and representative term length.

The Multicultural Affairs Committee (MAC)

The mission is to actively promote and increase awareness of, and a shared commitment to, inclusiveness, equity, and diversity throughout Willamette University, by working to foster inclusive excellence in pedagogy, curricular reform, and faculty recruitment and retention practices.

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Campus Planning Committees

The mission is to prioritize projects by weighing University need against limited resources, review projects for unintended outcomes or impact on other programs and ensure projects are in the best interest of Willamette University.

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Institutional Marketing Committee

The Institutional Marketing Committee, which is advisory to the President and Vice President for Enrollment and University Communications, provides guidance on institutional and program-specific marketing plans, assists with coordination of marketing efforts across campus and monitors implementation of the institutional marketing plan.

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Committee on Manufacturer Responsibility

Willamette University will established a Committee on Manufacturer Responsibility to meet as needed. It will be composed of four (4) students, two (2) faculty, and two (2) staff, including the purchasing agent for the University Bookstore.

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Safety Committee

The purpose of the Willamette University Occupational Safety and Health Committee is to bring all Willamette University faculty, staff and students together in a non-adversarial, cooperative effort to promote a safe and healthful workplace.

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Technology Council

The Technology Council is responsible for all major decision-making regarding information technologies for the University.

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Academic Technology Advisory Committee

The Academic Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC) provides oversight and sets priorities for the use of information technologies and services that support the teaching and learning mission of the University.

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Enterprise Systems Advisory Committee

The Enterprise Systems Advisory Committee (ESAC) provides oversight and sets priorities for improvement, new development, and integration of the University’s enterprise systems. The Committee makes recommendations to the Technology Council.

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Digital and Web Governance Committee

The Digital and Website Governance Committee (DWGC) seeks to develop and maintain guidelines and policies for Willamette’s digital sites and initiatives in order to tell the authentic story of Willamette University.

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