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The Undergraduate Council reports undergraduate policy and curriculum matters to the Faculty Senate on a monthly basis. Business is conducted by the two committees of the council.

Meeting Schedule

The council as a whole typically meets once a year, unless a specfic issue or topic is relevant to the whole council.

For the complete schedule for each council subcommittee, see Undergraduate Course Review Committee or Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee found on the Provost’s website.


Meeting Materials

The official agendas, materials distributed, and approved minutes and materials for each subcommittee are distributed and maintained by the Provost’s Office and can found at Undergraduate Course Review Committee or Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee.


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Committee Members

Jeffrey Kauffman, Chair
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Email: JLKauffman@ucf.edu

Tina Chiarelli, Vice Chair
College of Medicine
Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences
Email: Tina.Dow@ucf.edu

Membership

The council shall consist of all of the members of the committees of the Undergraduate Council and the dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies (ex officio). All faculty members must be full-time general faculty. The Committee on Committees shall select the faculty members for all committees of the Undergraduate Council and shall solicit nominees from the deans of the respective academic units as well as from the dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies, among others. The council chair and the vice chair are elected annually by the membership of the council at the first meeting after the new Senate is elected, normally early in the fall term. The elected chair of the council will serve as the chair of the Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum Committee. The vice chair will serve as the chair of the Undergraduate Course Review Committee.


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. To report to the Senate on undergraduate policy and curriculum matters. Business is conducted by the two committees of the council, which examine and formulate policies and procedures and review undergraduate course action requests and requests for new programs, among other matters.
  2. To review all matters referred by committees of the Undergraduate Council.
  3. To transmit its recommendations to the dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies, who submits his/her recommendations to the provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. The council may also make recommendations to the Steering Committee of the Faculty Senate.

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