Assessment and Curriculum Standards Committee

Purpose

The Assessment and Curriculum Standards Committee (ACSC) will report to Academic Council (AC).  ACSC has a variety of roles that center around these broad functions:

Guidance: Work with faculty to provide academic curricular support, i.e., answer curricular questions that help to move curricular packages to AC, reviewing body of official course outlines.  The committee will provide peer reviews of the assessment processes and outcomes.

Approval:  All curricular paperwork will be reviewed and approved by the ACSC before it can advance to AC.  The ACSC will review for recommendation to AC all new proposals, suspensions/deletions, and revisions to credit curriculum (courses as well as academic programs which are defined as any institutionally established combination of courses and/or requirements leading to a degree or certificate).

Policy and Procedures:  The committee will draft and recommend to AC policies and procedures that members of the Assessment and Curriculum Standards Committee deem necessary to functioning of curricular processes and procedures.

Charter

Charter for 2021-2022 (Revised January 14, 2022)

Members

  • Faculty Chair (required to sit on AC to present outcomes of this committee and will be one of the voting faculty) and at minimum the following members:
  • 2 CTE tenured faculty
  • 2 A&S tenured faculty
  • 1 At-large faculty
  • Academic Assessment Coordinator
  • Director of Institutional Effectiveness

Assessment & Curriculum Standards Members (MyUCC login required)

 

Notes

Assessment & Curriculum Standards Notes (MyUCC login required)

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