Committees (including councils and boards) are an important part of successfully administrating an effective university. Contrary to their reputation, committees can be useful agents for improvement at the university and are a primary tool for making decisions. Committees generally operate at the top of the organizational pyramid, and their decisions and recommendations often affect the entire organization.
At BYU, committees are established under the authority of the president and the President's Council. Each university committee is responsible to and overseen by a designated university officer as more fully described in the University Committees Policy.
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