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University Curriculum Committee (UCC)

UCC Agendas and Minutes 21/22 (Accessible to Campus Community)
UCC - Teams Member Log-In
SharePoint Log-in for Committee Members
UCC Referrals 21/22 (Accessible to Campus Community)

Meetings are held:  Mondays

  • Time:  1:00 - 2:30 pm
  • Location:  Virtual
  • Meeting Dates:
    • Fall 2021 - September 13, 20, 27; October 4, 11, 18, 25; November 1, 8, 15, 29; December 6
    • Spring 2022 - February 7, 14, 21, 28; March 7, 14, 28; April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2
Voting Members List
VOTING MEMBERS 21/22 SEAT (Representing)
Shahed Sharif UCC Chair 21/22 (non voting member of UCC; voting member EC and Senate)
Simon Fan CSTEM 21/22 (Software Engineering)
Serhan Kotiloglu CoBA 20-22


CHABSS 21/22 (the two CHABSS reps must be from different disiplines)
Eric Trevan CHABSS 22/23 (Economics)
VACANT CSTEM 21-23 (discipline other than Software Engineering)
Manuel Vargas CEHHS 20-22 (School of Education)
VACANT Library 21-23
Wendy Hansbrough Faculty At-large  20-22
Teru Toyokawa CEHHS 21-23 (Human Development)
Erika Shuh (CHABSS) Lecturer Representative 22-23 (from College-level unit other than CEHHS)
Non-Voting Members List
Regina Eisenbach Dean & AVP Academic Programs
Michael Tobin Curriculum Analyst  (AVP of EMS' designee)
VACANT Student Representative
Additional Attendees List
Lynn Rantanen / Christopher Long E-advising team members, IITS
Domenica Pearl Associate Director, Undergraduate Advising
Gayle Feallock Academic Programs Assistant
Criselda Yee Curriculum Specialist, Academic Programs

Committee Charge: The University Curriculum Committee shall have general oversight of all issues related to the review of proposed curriculum. The committee shall review stateside and self-supported proposals for new and revised curricula, course, and degree programs, and teacher preparation programs and it shall make recommendations to the Senate regarding their approval. Through the review of proposed curriculum, the committee is charged with oversight for the academic soundness and quality of the curriculum. As directed by the Senate, the committee shall review articulation agreements with community colleges for consistency with established graduation requirements.  In pursuit of these duties, the committee may create ad hoc subcommittees.