Council for Undergraduate Curriculum

 Faculty attending a workshop in the Humanities Center
 Students in Aimin Wang's statistics class
Jose Burdalo teaching
 Rod Northcutt at a sculpture exhibit


The functions of the Council for Undergraduate Curriculum are to review, in light of established academic policies of the University, all changes in curricula, degree requirements, and new majors and new degrees proposed by academic divisions and forwarded to University Senate by the academic deans, and to recommend to University Senate the approval or rejection of those changes. The Council for Undergraduate Curriculum, along with the Academic Policy Committee, shall advise the Provost on criteria for the establishment of new majors and new degrees.  The process for elimination of programs and degrees is specified in Senate Resolution SR 14-01 (attached as Appendix A to the Bylaws of University Senate). The Committee shall report regularly to Senate.


  • Six (6) faculty members, one from each academic division. At least one (1) of these faculty members shall be a member of University Senate and at least one shall represent the graduate faculty. 
  • Two (2) undergraduate students
  • Eight (8) ex officio nonvoting members
  • One (1) representative of the Office of Academic Affairs
  • One (1) representative of the Office of the University Registrar
  • Six (6) divisional representatives one from each of the divisional academic deans’ office (typically, an associate dean)



Term ends August 2024 

Term ends August 2025

Term ends August 2026

Undergraduate Students

Ex officio nonvoting members