APSAC was established in 1988 to build a formal communication link between administrative and professional (A/P) staff and the central administration.
APSAC is composed of members who are representatives of A/P staff from all segments of the campus community, including the regional campuses. See Executive Memorandum C16 for more information.
APSAC serves as a two-way conduit between A/P staff and the administration. As such, APSAC serves two distinct constituencies, each with the need to hear the other and to be heard by the other. In its role as a communication facilitator, APSAC offers A/P staff a mechanism to voice their interests and concerns as they relate to campus affairs.
How We Contribute
APSAC operates with a chairperson and a vice chairperson; much of its actual work is completed through subcommittees. The entire group meets monthly.
Our Core Values
- Act with Integrity
- Advodate for the A/P Staff
- Communicate effectively
- Collaborate creatively and inclusively
How We Feel
APSAC takes pride in its accomplishments on behalf of administrative and professional staff at Purdue. Our intention is to contribute to the mission of the University as a whole by building relationships with the Administration and with constituents. APSAC members welcome the opportunity to work together to make Purdue even better. APSAC Strategic Plan