Forms & Instructions

Curriculum Review

There are several forms for the review process: Course Form (e-Curr), Program Modification Form (Green) Level I Program Form (Purple), General Education Form (Orange), Writing Course Form (Yellow) and Regential Form (Pink). Course Form is used for a new course or changes to a single course. Changes include deletion, change in credit, course number, level (U to UG, etc.), pre-requisites or description, cross-listing, or repeatability. The Program Modification form is used for minor changes to programs, such as adding a course requirement for the major. Level I & II program changes require Board of Regents approval and additional forms (refer to Provost Office instructions).

Editorial Catalog Changes

Editorial changes are made to the catalog via communication with the Registrar's Office and do not require a form or review by a subcommittee. The Associate Registrar sends catalog copy to departments each academic year for review and approval. Editorial changes are made directly on the catalog copy and returned to the Associate Registrar.

Steps for Curriculum review

Prepare a form from the list below and submit the original, one copy, and an electronic file to the Faculty Senate Office (course forms, program modification, or general education form). The Provost's Office must approve level 1-program form and level II -regential form before they are submitted to the Senate Office.

Curriculum Deadline

is October 2, 2015 - memo


Instructions and Additional Resources

Course Form in e-Curr

Instructions / Learning Outcomes Help / Prerequisite guide  / Common Course Numbering Workflow CCN Matrix / Sample form 1 / 2

Crosslisting Policy

General Education Forms

GE Designation Criteria / sample form

Intermediate Writing Course Form / Word doc (formerly approved writing)
Advanced Writing Form / Word doc (formerly U/D Writing Req )

Writing Course Teaching Resources
Guidelines / FAQs / Information Literacy / Intermediate Writing Course Assessment Rubric
Writing Center / Sample Forms

Program Modification Form
Word doc

Instructions / sample form

Level I Program Form
Word doc


Level II Form
Word doc


Service Learning Form
Word doc

Instructions / sample syllabus / sample reflection exercise 
Office of Civic Engagement

Program Modifications

include slight changes made to programs resulting from course changes. Such as adding a writing course to the major, changing the list of core courses, or removing a requirement of a minor.

Creating a new:

Certificate, option, minor, degree, center/institute


Major, minor, option or certificate
Degree (ex: BA to BFA)


Major, minor, option or certificate
College, division, school, department, center/institute
Placing a program in moratorium


Degrees and/or programs
Department, college/school, center

Online/Distance Delivery