The Academic Resource Management Committee (ARMC) was established through collaboration of the University President, Provost, and the University Faculty Senate (UFS) in the spring of 2016. The Committee has the responsibility of reviewing proposals for new academic programs or changes (e.g. expansion) to existing programs that require investment of additional resources. The ARMC does not replace the Educational Policies and Curriculum Committee (EPCC) of the UFS but rather provides a critical fiscal assessment prior to a proposal being presented to the EPCC. The members of the committee include the Provost, President of the UFS, Academic Deans, and the Vice President of Finance and Administration.
Proposals to the ARMC should include a completed Academic Resource Management Form (Link) and a three-year budget with estimates of additional revenue and cost of implementing the new or revised program. The ARMC meets on the third Tuesday of the month during the academic year and once in the summer. Proposals should be sent to Office of the Provost.