Who We Are & What We Do
APSAC serves as a two-way conduit between A/P staff and the senior administration. As such, APSAC serves two distinct areas, each with the need to hear the other and to be heard by the other. In its role as a communications facilitator, APSAC offers A/P staff a mechanism to voice their interests and concerns as they relate to campus affairs.
APSAC reviews, interprets, and recommends changes to policies and procedures impacting AP staff to the University Administration. APSAC also sponsors professional development and engagement activities and educates AP staff regarding issues affecting employment. APSAC does this to ensure AP staff are heard, informed and engaged.
APSAC strives to be the voice of Administrative and Professional Staff at Purdue University Northwest. In order to better represent you, we must have your feedback. We welcome your suggestions and questions and encourage your communication.
Newsbreak – OCTOBER APSAC Highlights
- Boiler Key two-factor Authentication – ALL Faculty, Staff and Students MUST complete by Tuesday, October 30th . Pop-up help stations will be set-up on the Hammond & Westville campuses for assistance.
- Human Capital Management – Be on the lookout for training sessions in November. This new Purdue system will touch all faculty, staff and students. Go Live is scheduled for January 1, 2019.
- Open Enrollment 2019 – Dates for sign-up will be October 22nd – November 5th. Labs will be offered on Hammond & Westville campuses.
- APSAC Annual Fall Survey – Be on the look for APSAC’s Annual Fall Survey in November. Tell us your concerns.