The Administrative Advisory Council is a committee of full-time BYU administrative and staff employees which serves as a liaison between the university's administration and support staff. The AAC facilitates communication and participation by the staff in the decision-making process.
To do this, the committee needs input from the campus community. All suggestions will be considered, and confidentiality will be maintained. Please allow AAC members time to complete research on each suggestion.
Although the AAC does not have the power to directly implement change, the council is prepared to research issues and to make proposals to the university administration. Previous efforts have initiated many policy changes.
Ideas will be accepted through February 2009 by Shirley VanLeuven, AAC Chair, 94A BRWB; e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writer: Brady Toone