Student Records, Curriculum, & Academic Advising Advisory Group

The Student Records, Curriculum, & Academic Advising (SRCAA) Advisory Group provides a forum for schools and colleges to have input into the processes of Academic Advising, Academic Honors, Academic Milestones, Academic Standing and Dismissal, Course Setup, Class and Room Scheduling, Degree Audit, Enrollment, Grading, Graduation, Student Group Tracking, Transfer Credit and Unofficial Transcript Production.

The University Registrar chairs the Student Records, Curriculum & Academic Advising (SRCAA) Advisory Group.

Members have knowledge of SRCAA processes and must be empowered to represent their school's or college's position on priorities and best practices. Members of this advisory group both collect information from and share information with their school or college.

Representation from each school is encouraged.

Goals

To help promote and ensure the effective administration and implementation of student records, curriculum, and academic advising at the University of Michigan by:

  • Providing a forum for open dialog on overall student records, curriculum, and academic advising processes.
  • Seeking input from and representing the needs of student records, curriculum, and academic advising stakeholders throughout the University community.
  • Identifying potential areas of improvement in the overall student records, curriculum, and academic advising process.
  • Reviewing the impact of policy issues on business processes.
  • Providing input to and making recommendations regarding system-related enhancements.
  • Providing input to and making recommendations regarding manual process enhancements.
  • Sharing best practices within the group and with other student records, curriculum, and academic advising stakeholders throughout the University community.
  • Communicating the group's activities and discussions with other stakeholders throughout the University community.

Meetings

The Student Records, Curriculum & Academic Advising Advisory Group meets once a month.

  • An e-mail group of the members of this Advisory Group has been created for contact purposes.
  • An agenda is distributed prior to each meeting using the email group.
  • Minutes of each meeting are kept and may be shared with the Student Unit Liaisons.