The University Curriculum Committee (UCC) is a committee of the Academic Senate and functions to review and promote actions related to curricular change.
The main function of the UCC is to review programmatic curricular changes. Course related changes are handled by the two sub-committees to the UCC, the Core Curriculum Reporting Committee and the Course Approval Reporting Committee.
Additional informational about the curriculum process is available in Academic Resources.
For questions about the process or help using CIM, please contact Suzanne Hill in the Registrar's Office.
The University Curriculum Committee shall be composed of one elected faculty member from each college with academic departments, as well as the Library; two students appointed by the SGA for a one year term; the chair of the Course Approval Reporting Committee voting (ex officio); the chair of the Core Reporting Committee voting (ex officio); the Director of the Honors College (or designee, ex officio); a representative of the Provost (ex officio, non-voting); the Dean of the Office of Graduate Studies (ex officio, non-voting); the Registrar (ex officio, non-voting); the Director of the Academic Advising Center (ex officio, non-voting).
|Cassandra Henson||Health Science||CHP||2022|
|Vicki McQuitty||Elementary Education||COE||2023|
|Sara Hooks||Chair, Course Approval Reporting Committee|
|Subrata Acharya||Chair, Core Reporting Committee|
|Terry Cooney||Rector, Honors College|
|David Ownby||Interim Dean, Office of Graduate Studies|
|Clare Muhoro||Assoicate Provost|
|Vicki Cohen||Director, Academic Advising Center|
The University Curriculum Committee meets on the second Monday of each month at 3:30pm during the academic year.
According to the Academic Senate Constitution, the responsibilities of the University Curriculum Committee are: