Committee on Undergraduate Studies and Advising (CUSA)
Dean's Liaison: Associate Dean Paul Atchley, (785) 864-3661, email@example.com
Student Academic Services Liaison: Director Karen Ledom (785) 864-3500 firstname.lastname@example.org
Admin. Support: Rachel Schwien, (785) 864-1784, email@example.com
According to the Bylaws of the College Assembly » (Article VII.B.4), the Committee on Undergraduate Studies & Advising) shall:
a. Review and recommend to the CAC and/or the Assembly for action all proposals with reference primarily to undergraduate course and curricular change and educational policy and procedures.
b. Review and accept for file statements of major requirements and departmental honors requirements.
c. Periodically review undergraduate degree requirements and the manner in which they may be satisfied, and, where appropriate, suggest to departments and programs that courses be modified so as to accomplish more effectively the goals for which the requirements were established.
d. Review and make recommendations on undergraduate petitions requesting special relief from College or University rules when referred to them by College Student Academic Services, the Dean and/or his or her designee, or by special request of the student.
e. Undertake inquiries into matters of undergraduate educational policy and procedures, and related matters of advising, and make recommendations to the Dean, as well as CAC and/or the Assembly.
Membership » comprises elected faculty and students.
Minutes & Meetings
The full committee of CUSA meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month during the academic year from 11:15-12:30 in room 210 Strong Hall when classes are in session. Subcommittee meet the first and third Tuesday of the month when classes are in session.
Policies & Procedures
- Bylaws of the College Assembly »
- Grievance Procedures »
- Misconduct Policy (pdf)
- University Governance website »
- Submit new courses or edit and retire courses
- Submit new programs or edit programs (you do not retire programs in this system)
In order to obtain final governance approval of undergraduate-level course and program proposals in time for inclusion in the 2017-2018 catalog (which will go live in early April 2017), please submit your request via the CIM system no later than Tuesday, October 18th (see links above).
While we will make every effort to include all approved submissions in the next catalog, we cannot guarantee that proposals will make it through all steps of the approval process in time if received after October 18th.
- Policy and Awards Subcommittee
- Curricular Changes and Degree Requirements Subcommittee