The Academic Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual (AAPPM) provides guidance on the implementation of Senate and University policies and procedures related to undergraduate education at Penn State. Recently redesigned, the AAPPM is now searchable by topic or procedure code and is accessible by mobile devices.
On Friday, Feb. 6, noon to 1:00 p.m., in 110 Henderson Building, University Park, members of the advising community are invited to a presentation and discussion about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Robert Kubat, University registrar, and David Dulabon, associate general counsel in the Office of General Counsel, will share their knowledge, provide resources, and discuss advising best practices.
On Monday, Mar. 2, noon to 1:00 p.m., in 110 Henderson Building, University Park, interested faculty and staff members are invited to attend a presentation on LionPATH and its future impact on academic advising. Hear the latest on the implementation timeline and learn about advising resources that are planned.