Liberal Studies Program > About > LSP Advisory Committees
The Unit Advisory Chairs of the Liberal Studies
Program each represent one of the 14 unit areas of the LSP (i.e., seven
core courses & seven learning domain areas). Advisory Chairs oversee
committees, largely comprised of faculty (and some staff), who teach in
their relevant unit areas. Advisory committee responsibilities include
looking at new course proposals and drafting feedback on them,
conducting annual assessments, reviewing syllabi, and sponsoring
workshops and retreats to help develop both new and veteran instructors
teaching in their LSP unit area.
The First-Year Program Office administers the Chicago Quarter Program
and Focal Point Seminar. It is responsible for the enrollment of
students in their CQ courses, as well as coordinating the scheduling of
CQ and FPS courses. The Director of the First-Year Writing Program
oversees the curriculum and administration of writing requirements, and
the Director of the Quantitative Reasoning Program cooperatively
administers the curriculum and course issues associated with the
Quantitative Reasoning requirement.
If you are a DePaul faculty member interested in serving on an LSP advisory committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For faculty on Liberal Studies Council and/or on an area advisory committee, the Liberal Studies Program SharePoint Hub is your new go-to location for all things meetings, files, updates, and more!