Selection Committee

A Selection Committee is a group of people who are charged with evaluating candidates for a specific position. They may interview candidates or review application materials such as a curriculum vitae or resume and letter of application. Selection committees are generally composed of people who have experience in the field and may have knowledge that could help them make an objective decision. Selection committees may also use the expertise of an outside consultant to help them make their decision.

The Selection Committee is charged with making the best decision based on all available information and to avoid bias in the process. It is important for the committee members to be familiar with the college’s code of conduct. They should also be aware of the fact that they have a responsibility to report any possible conflicts of interest in their deliberations.

Selection Committees should be carefully assembled to ensure that the most diverse groups of people are represented. They should be a mixture of supervisors, peers, clients, and other stakeholders in the organization. This helps to minimize the likelihood that a single person will be biased against a candidate. In addition, a selection committee should have a variety of different backgrounds and perspectives to allow them to provide an objective assessment of each applicant’s strengths.

While there are many factors that can influence the decisions of a Selection Committee, the most important factor is a team’s overall ability to compete with other teams. The best teams will have a good record against other top-25 teams and a solid track record in postseason play. In addition, the Selection Committee will look at a team’s schedule and its strength of competition, including home games and road games.

In addition, the Selection Committee will attempt to avoid rematches of conference regular-season games in the first and second rounds of the tournament. The Selection Committee will also try to avoid placing teams out of their natural region or geographic area an inordinate amount of times.

The Selection Committee will be given the opportunity to change their choices after each round of deliberations. If the Selection Committee does not agree on a final decision, the Chair will break the tie.

After all of the work is done, the Selection Committee will have to decide on their list of at-large teams. The Selection Committee must choose five at-large teams for the NCAA Tournament. There is no official criterion for selecting teams, but the Selection Committee will look at the following factors:

A key consideration is the quality of a team’s nonconference schedule and its strength of conference opponents. St. John’s and West Virginia are two examples of teams that have strong cases for inclusion in the tournament based on this criteria. They have a good collection of quality wins, and their NET numbers are above-average for at-large teams. The committee will also consider a team’s geographic location and its history in the Tournament.