Student Advisory Board

Purdue Global Student Advisory Board

For more information about the Student Advisory Board, email agc@purdueglobal.edu.

The purpose of the Student Advisory Board is to provide a forum for student representatives to discuss academic related issues and to provide recommendations concerning such issues to the Chief Academic Officer.

Benefits of Membership

    • Provides Purdue Global students a method for student body advocacy
    • Great resume item
    • Social interaction
    • Improve student experience
    • Educational development opportunity
    • Professional development opportunity
    • Positive student recognition
    • Increased student investment
    • Leadership opportunity

Governance Manual

The Academic Governance Manual is the guiding document for the academic governance of the University. The following content is reflected in the up-to-date manual.

Scope of Responsibility:

    • Review issues, policies, and/or procedures related to the academic quality of the University.
    • Provide recommendations regarding academic issues, policies, and procedures to the chief academic officer.

Membership:

    • Students currently serving on other Purdue Global governance committees.
    • Additional students are appointed by the Dean of each school for a 1-year term. Students are given the option to self-nominate for Dean consideration.
    • One student representative from each campus and learning center appointed by the senior vice president of campuses/learning centers for a 1-year term.

Erica Fuller  Erica Fuller, Student Advisory Board President

Erica Fuller lives in Indianapolis and is pursuing her Master in Health Administration. She began work on her master’s immediately following the completion of her bachelor's in health science at Purdue Global. After graduation, Erica hopes to achieve her goal of becoming a disability advocate or a case manager, focusing on advocating for people who were denied Medicaid disability benefits and acting as their voice during the appeals process. In addition, Erica wants to bring integrity to nursing homes as a business office manager for a rehabilitation facility.

Erica loves reading, music, and movies, and is heavily active in her church. She is currently working as a provider data management specialist.

Kimberly Ord  Kimberly Ord, Student Advisory Board Vice President

Kimberly Ord lives in central Pennsylvania and is pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in homeland security. Immediately after graduation, Kimberly plans to continue her education at Purdue Global to pursue a Master of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Her goal is to work in planning, mitigation, and public education within the emergency management field.

Outside of her academic career, Kimberly volunteers with her local emergency management agency and the American Red Cross to assist people during times of emergencies and disasters. She enjoys fishing, camping, and spending time with her grandchildren.