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The Administrative Council assists the President of Tennessee Technological University as follows: A. By proposing actions to be taken, or legislating when authorized, on matters that relate to the administration of the University. Such matters would include, inter alia, the following: counsel on operational and faculty policies, proposed changes in institutional procedures, and other matters pertaining to the administration of the University. It also provides counsel on disciplinary matters and residency requirements through special committees chaired by designated officials. B. By receiving reports from and/or reviewing actions of and/or directing actions to be taken by the following University Standing Committees: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advisory Committee, Athletics Committee, Buildings and Grounds Committee, Campus Recreation Advisory Committee, Campus Space Utilization and Allocation Committee, Chapter 606 Student Monies Allocation Committee, Commission on the Status of Blacks Committee, Commission on the Status of Women Committee, Faculty and Staff Traffic Appeals Committee, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects Committee, Intellectual Property Advisory Committee, Military Affairs Advisory Committee, Public Media Committee, Sports Hall of Fame Committee, Stormwater Management Committee, Student Affairs Committee, Student Financial Aid Committee, University Art Committee, University Judicial Council Committee, University Safety & Environmental Committee, and such other committees as might be designated. The Administrative Council may, in reviewing particular actions of the various committees reporting to it, direct further study by these committees pertaining to these actions. C. By meeting in joint session with the Academic Council as the University Assembly for Tennessee Technological University to consider such matters as may be designated by the President for review by the Assembly.