Skip to main content

Brigham Young University. Division of Continuing Education. Advisory Council



  • Existence: 1982-

Administrative History

The Advisory Council (est. 1982) was an advisory committee of the Division of Continuing Education.

The Division of Continuing Education Advisory Council was established by dean William R. Siddoway in 1982. Composed of members of the university faculty, the council was charged with advising Continuing Education on educational needs, and on the promotion and publicity of their programs. It was also responsible for reviewing the division's programs and performance, and for recommending policy and procedure changes. As a secondary goal, the committee members also provided a means of communicating with the colleges and departments on campus about the division's work. The chair of the council was the dean of Continuing Education.

Division of Continuing Education records, 1921-2005 (Advisory Council; Faculty Advisory Council; Advisory Committee; est. 1982 by dean William R. Siddoway; charged with advising on educational needs, promotion and publicity, reviewing programs and performance, and recommending policies and procedures; chaired by dean; included members of university faculty; provided improved communications about programs to colleges and departments)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Advisory Council minutes, 1983-1989

 Series — Box 10: Series 4; Series 5 [Barcode: 31197225546131], Folder: 4-6
Identifier: UA 1088 Series 5
Scope and Contents

Contains meeting minutes from the Advisory Council dated 1983 to 1989. Includes information on the division's programs and activities, faculty, relationship with other Church Educational System units, and with other divisions of the university.

Dates: 1983-1989