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Curriculum & Academic Programs Board

Purpose:

To recommend to the Faculty Senate on matters of undergraduate, and graduate curriculum, program development and review, and policies and procedures regarding curriculum and academic programs.

Duties and Procedures

  1. Convened by the chair not fewer than ten (10) times each semester and otherwise as needed.
  2. Develops and implements policies and procedures for curriculum modification, academic program development and review, and related matters. 
  3. Reviews and recommends to the Faculty Senate on all curriculum and program modifications proposed by electing unit's Curriculum and Academic Program Committees, the Administration, or other sources, including, but not necessarily limited to, course additions, deletions, modifications, degree and institutional requirements, new academic program proposals, and related matters. 
  4. In accordance with CCHE policy, responsible for review of existing academic programs. 
  5. Curriculum and program modifications will be submitted through departmental committees, if they exist, to election unit estate committees; the appropriate Dean, the Curriculum and Academic Programs Board (which will refer proposed modifications, as appropriate, to one of the authorized estate committees of the Board for review and study), and be forwarded, by this Board, with recommendations to the Faculty Senate.

Summer 2022

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$500 Scholarship Opportunity

Advising for summer courses is open. New and current students are eligible for a $500 summer scholarship if enrolled in 9 or more summer credits. 

Summer Scholarship Interest Form

Schedule Advising

Registration is Open

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Registration for both summer and fall courses is open for continuing students. Students can register for classes in self-service Banner or reference the following instructions and resources.

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