The Administrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee (APSAC) was established in 1992 to build a formal communication link between A/P staff and the administration. Ten members serve on APSAC and are representative of administrative and professional staff from all segments of our Purdue campus community. Appointments to APSAC are for a three-year term.
- Responsibilities of an APSAC Member:
- attend monthly APSAC meetings
- actively participate in APSAC sub-committees
- represent APSAC on University committees
- communicate information discussed at APSAC meetings to fellow staff members
- convey fellow staff member concerns and comments to APSAC
- be available for contact and communication with other administrative and professional staff members
- Membership Application Process - full three-year term. (The Membership Sub-Committee will handle partial term applications on an individual basis.)
A. Application: A complete application consists of:
- Application and statement of interest.
ONLY FULLY COMPLETED APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.
B. Procedure for submitting Application:
- Fill out and submit the online Application for Membership found below
C. Selection Process:
Selection Criteria for full three-year term candidates:
- Applicant must be employed by the University area in which the vacancy exists.
- Applicant must submit a compelling reason for wanting to be a member of APSAC.
- Applicant must describe in writing the type of contribution based on his/her skills and talents he/she will make to the committee.
- Applicant must submit a resume describing the types of positions and responsibilities he/she has held.
The Membership Sub-Committee will review applications, interview each candidate (as needed) and make a recommendation for each vacant area. The recommendations will be forwarded to the full committee for a vote. The chair submits the Committee’s recommendation to the Chancellor for official appointment. New representatives will receive a letter of official appointment from the Chancellor.