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About APAC

APAC provides institutional-level advocacy in support of administrative professional (AP) staff by serving as a liaison with WSU senior administration, communicating matters of interest to APs, soliciting feedback from APs, helping make WSU a great place to work, and providing professional development opportunities.

Bylaws (2016)

Guiding Principles (2016)

APAC Strategic Plan (2013-2015)

Who is APAC?

APAC is made up of 18 AP members. Council members represent a variety of areas including academic and managerial departments as well as WSU campuses in Everett, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver, and Extension offices statewide.  Council members are appointed in the spring and serve a three-year term beginning in July.

Current council members

Applications for new members  closed on March 30, 2017. Thank you to all who applied! We’ll announce the new members in May.

APAC Committees

Events Committee: Responsible for organizing events for APs throughout the year including, but not limited to, Staff Appreciation Week, and the AP Contribution Award.

Marketing Committee: Responsible for putting together the APAC newsletter (AP Connections), updating the website, sending out surveys, and communicating upcoming events with APs.

Professional Development Committee: Responsible for planning speakers for the monthly APAC meetings, overseeing APAC’s Professional Mini-Grant Program, and identifying continuing education activities for APs.

Strategic Plan Committee: Reviews and updates the APAC strategic plan.

Committees with APAC Ex-Officio Members

Commission on the State of Women

Faculty Senate

Health and Safety

Police Advisory Board

Sustainability Committee

Team WellCoug

Transportation Committee

History of APAC

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council was established in 1998.

The goal of APAC is to serve as a consultative body to central administration and establish a mechanism for APs to have a voice in university matters.

The mission of the council is to discuss employment issues and promote communication among AP members.