educational policy committee.
The EPC generally meets once a month September through April on the second Friday of the month at 1:00 p.m.
The charge of the EPC is to review proposed curricular changes and make recommendations to the college, the Educational Policy Advisory Committee (EPAC) and Committee B of the Graduate Council. (See also CAS Bylaws Article VIII, Section 2.)
Such changes include the creation of new courses and any significant changes to existing courses. The EPC also reviews and makes recommendations on new programs. Completed proposals must be submitted at least one week prior to a scheduled meeting for inclusion on that agenda, and the author of the proposal (or another faculty representative) must attend that meeting for discussion of the proposal. New course proposals and significant course changes must be submitted through the Course Catalog Maintenance System (CCMS).
The EPC is also authorized to pass on student petitions for relief from college rules, and to serve as an appeals committee for students who believe that evaluation of their academic progress has been prejudiced or capricious.
2013-2014 Meeting Dates
January 10 (classes start the 13th)
Denny Smith (Humanities) One year replacement for Mike Tate
Robert Todd (Natural Sciences)
Samantha Ammons (Social Sciences)
Steven Torres (Humanities)
Rose Strasser (Social Sciences)
Alan Gift (Natural Sciences)
Brady DeSanti (Humanities)
Carson Holloway (Social Sciences) Standing in for Randy Adkins Fall only
Michael Matthews (Natural Sciences)