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New York Faculty Council

Admissions and Retention

As stated in the NYFC Constitution, the duties and membership of the admissions and retention committee consist of the following:

a) The Committee on Admissions and Retention shall be composed of the following:

  • 15 elected voting members of the NYFC;
  • Members of the admissions and program infrastructures of the University as determined by the NYFC, as non-voting members.

b) The duties of the Committee on Admissions and Retention are:

  • To make recommendations to the NYFC on admissions and retention;
  • To consult with the staff of the Department of Enrollment Management and Dean for Students concerning unusual conditions that may arise regarding admissions and retention;
  • To act in an advisory capacity to the Admissions Office, especially to ensure that appropriate admissions standards are maintained;
  • To oversee and advise on retention initiatives;
  • To nominate NYFC representatives, chosen from the membership of this committee, to campus or university-wide admissions or retention advisory committees.
  • Allocated: 15 members and 2 alternates
  • Currently has: 15 members and 2 alternates
  • Committee chair:
  • Committee members: (Fall 2017 - Spring 2019)
  • Susan Berardini (Modern Languages/Cultures)
  • Anne Bynoe (Economics)
  • Canan Corus (Marketing)
  • Deborah Fain (Marketing)
  • Satish Kolluri (Communication Studies)
  • Iride Lamartina-Lens (Modern Languages/Cultures)
  • Julie Lawrence-Edsell (Performing Arts)
  • Harvey Markovitz (Marketing)
  • Elmer-Rico Mojica (Chemistry and Physical Sciences)
  • Walter Raubicheck (English)
  • Ipshita Ray (Marketing)
  • Kate Richardson (Management and Management Science)
  • Namchul Shin (Information Technology)
  • Anna Shostya (Economics)
  • Ying Wang (Modern Languages/Cultures)

1st Alternate: Daniel Barber (Philosophy and Religious Studies)

2nd Alternate: Ping Wang (Accounting)

Materials for April, 2008 meeting:

Materials for December, 2007 meeting: