Undergraduate Curriculum Committee


UCC Meeting
*Agenda Item Submission Date*
Faculty Senate Meeting


September 23, 2020


September 15


September 16

Mon, October 12


October 21, 2020


October 13


October 14

Mon, November 9


November 18, 2020


November 10


November 11

Mon, December 7


December 9, 2020


December 1


December 2

Mon, January 25


*** February 3, 2021***


***January 26***


January 27

Mon, February 22


March 10, 2021


March 2


March 3

Mon, March 29


April 14, 2021


April 6


April 7

Mon, April 26


Meetings for the 2020-2021 academic year will be held online, asynchronously.

*Proposals must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the submission date to be placed on the agenda for review at the next scheduled meeting.


All new program proposals, those with 50% change or another reason that requires Faculty Senate or Board of Trustees’ approval must be approved by the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee no later than February 3, 2021They must be submitted to the UCC level by January 26 in order to be included on the agenda. 

Approved proposals will be forwarded to Faculty Senate for their review at the February senate meeting. Proposals approved by the Faculty Senate will be sent to the Provost and then to the Board of Trustees for review.

All proposals must be submitted to the UCC by April 6, 2021.  Any proposal that is not approved by the UCC by the end of the semester will be purged from the Curriculog system and need to be restarted in Fall. 


  1. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
    1. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Charge: The committee shall have oversight of all undergraduate curricular items related to courses and programs of study including bachelor degrees, associate degrees, majors, minors and certificate programs. The committee shall have the responsibility for the following:
      • Approval of changes (additions, modifications, deletions) for all undergraduate courses including addition or deletion of course attributes (i.e. Wright State Core, Integrated Writing, Multicultural Competence and Service Learning).
      • Approval of modifications to undergraduate programs.
      • Keeping abreast of developments in educational pedagogy and facilitating faculty/program adoption of same
      • Recommending new programs or program deletions to the Faculty Senate.
      • Mediation of undergraduate curricular disputes between academic units.
    2. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee membership: One (1) faculty representative from each degree-granting undergraduate college, including the Lake Campus. A faculty representative may designate an alternate faculty representative who has voting privileges when the regular member is absent. The University Provost or designee, the University Registrar or designee and one (1) undergraduate student representative (selected by Student Government) will serve as ex-officio, non-voting members.