EWU Faculty Organization
Principles of the Faculty Organization and Academic Senate
There are a variety of principles to which the university and the faculty organization subscribe - from the university mission statement to the principles of shared governance and the faculty values statement.
EWU expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning.
EWU achieves this mission by:
- fostering excellence in learning through quality academic programs, undergraduate and graduate student research and individual student-faculty interaction. Students extend their learning beyond the classroom through co-curricular programs, life skills development, internship programs, volunteering and service learning.
- creating environments for personal transformation that enrich the lives of individuals, families, communities and society at large.
- expanding opportunity for all students by providing critical access to first generation students, underserved populations, place-bound students, and other students who may not have the opportunity for higher education.
- developing faculty and staff by growing and strengthening an intellectual community and supporting professional development.
AP 301-21: Faculty Organization and the Academic Senate
AP 301-22: Academics - Governance and Policies
EWU 301-01: Academic Organization
AP 303-21: Undergraduate Students
AP 303-22: Graduate Students
AP 303-23: Classroom Attendance
AP 303-24: Grading, Grade Changes, and Grade Appeals
AP 303-25: Posthumous Degrees
AP 303-30: Registration
AP 303-35: Program and Course Management
AP 303-40: Academic Program Review
EWU 192-90: Student Academic Integrity Policy
EWU 303-04: Honorary Degrees