Western Kentucky University

CALENDAR 2012-2013

Schedule Flow for 2012 - 2013

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC)

 

Proposals Emailed

to UCC  ucc.chair@wku.edu

Agenda Posted

www.wku/ucc

UCC Meeting 1 Modified Proposals due back AA Info due to senate exe Senate Executive Senate Meeting 2 Registration 3 BOR4
Sept 13
Sept 20
Sept 27   Oct 1 Oct 8 Oct 18 Oct 29 (Spring term) January
Oct 11 Oct 18
Oct 25   Oct 29 Nov 5 Nov 15   January
Nov 1
Nov 6
Nov 13
  Nov 26 Dec 3 Dec 13   April
Nov 29 Dec 4
Dec 11   Jan 7 Jan 14 Jan 24   April
Jan 17
Jan 24
Jan 31   Feb 4 Feb 11 Feb 21   April
Feb 14
Feb 21
Feb 28   Mar 4 Mar 11 Mar 21 April 11 (Summer / Fall semester) June / July
Mar 14 Mar 21
Mar 28   Apr 1 Apr 8 Apr 18   June / July
Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr 25   Apr 29 May 6 May 15   June / July

 

NOTE:  University Guidelines and Proposal Formats can be found:  http://www.wku.edu/ucc/

         

                Forms are due with proposals; for example, course inventory and library resource forms (originals).  Send Course Inventory Forms to the Office of the Registrar in Potter Hall 238 c/o Freida Eggleton, or via email at freida.eggleton@wku.edu, or fax to 5-4830.  The Provost office needs copies of all forms (Sylvia.gaiko@wku.edu ). 

1)      All amendments to curriculum proposals made at the UCC meeting must be submitted in electronic format to the UCC Chair within 3 calendar (not work) days after the UCC meeting. 

2)      All Consent and Action agenda items must be approved by the Senate before they go to the Provost for signature.  No items can be implemented until the Provost office has approved the actions.

3)      Revised courses must be approved through the curricular process prior to this date to be on the schedule for the beginning of priority registration.  New courses can be added after this date; however, before they can be added to the schedule, they must be approved through the normal curricular process, including approval of the Provost.  The only exception is using the Temporary course proposal, which can shorten the process.

4)      All new programs (major, minor, associate degree, and certificate) must be approved by the Board of Regents before they can be implemented or advertised. 

 

Please direct all agendas, and questions about forms and procedures to the UCC Chair.

 Last Modified 7/19/13