Curriculum Dates for 2021-2022
The submission dates listed below are for curriculum (undergraduate & graduate) that have been approved in Curriculog by College Curriculum Committees and approved by the Department Chair and the Dean of the College.
Proposals must be at the College Curriculum Approval Step by the Submission Deadline Date.
You are responsible for making sure that your proposals get approved in Curriculog.
All proposal types (e.g. Program, Course, and General Education) must be submitted using the Curriculog System. See Curriculog for the types of proposals available. Contact the Faculty Senate Office for further information on curriculum submissions at x6233 or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
EAST Proposal Submission Deadline
EAST Curriculum Meeting
University Proposal Submission
University Curriculum Meeting
Curricular changes approved at the Curriculum meeting will be reviewed at the following Faculty Senate meeting as outlined in the table above.
- Curriculum meetings begin at 2:00 pm, in Lampros Hall room 201
- Faculty Senate meetings begin at 3:00 pm, in Lindquist Hall room 101
For inclusion of course and program proposals in the 2022-2023 University Catalog, items will need to be passed by the Curriculum Committee at the January 18, 2022* meeting and then passed by the Faculty Senate at the February 10, 2022** meeting.
All new, substantive and nonsubstantive course and program proposals must be passed by the UCC January meeting to be offered and included in the next year’s catalog and class schedule.
New program proposals at all degree levels – this may include the addition of a new major or emphasis – must identify new program courses for which fees have been requested and approved. Courses not so identified will be ineligible to propose course fees for 3 years. A new program proposal must be approved by President’s Council and Board of Trustees before it can be included in the University Catalog. Allow at least six weeks from the time the proposal is approved by Faculty Senate for it to go through President’s Council and Board of Trustees. Additional approval is required from NWCCU before students may be recruited to a new program or financial aid can be given to students enrolled in the program. Another 2 - 3 months is required for NWCCU approval after approval by the Board of Trustees. Proposing a new major or emphasis requires completing a full R401 template uploading it to curriculog. Questions about completing the R401 template should be sent to Eric Amsel in the Provost’s office.