COAS Curriculum Committee Spring 2014
Welcome to the webpage of the COAS Curriculum Committee. This page
describes the committee’s deadlines and procedures. If you have any
questions or concerns about this process, please feel free to contact either of
the following co-chairs of the Committee:
Ron Kephart: Email email@example.com; Phone 620-1659; Office Social Sciences 2211
Michael Hallett: Email firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone 620-1724; Office Social Sciences 2307
The COAS Curriculum Committee will meet twice
in Spring 2014; we will schedule an additional meeting if it is needed. The deadline for our receipt of packages is one week prior to each meeting date, so that committee members may review the package before the meeting. Those dates are below. Packages approved by our committee on Friday February
14 will be eligible for consideration at the final Spring Faculty Association
COAS Curriculum Committee Deadlines and Meeting Times for Spring 2014
Packages due at COAS college station
COAS Committee Meeting
Friday January 31, 1 - 3 pm
Friday February 7, 5:00 pm
Friday February 14, 1 - 3 pm
Meeting location: Social Sciences 2121 (Conference Room)
Submitting and Approving Items in the APC Workflow System
The APC Workflow System (APCWfS) is the online platform for APC submissions and is here: https://apcwf.unf.edu.
Lots more info and help is available here: http://www.unf.edu/groups/unffa/APCWorkflowSystem/APC_workflow.html
Getting your package to the committee means that the original creator of the package (called the “Requester”) should complete the package and press the “Process Package” button. It then moves to the department chair (called the “Pre-College Station”), who approves it by “Process Package” and then “Move to College Station”.
Once it arrives in the College Station, it appears in the COAS Curriculum Committee’s queue. If you ever wish to confirm that your item is in our queue, you can
During the COAS Curriculum Committee’s weeklong review period, please do check the comments posted on your package. These comments have led to significant dialogue and problem-solving prior to the meeting, and often issues are fixed in time for the corrected package to be passed quickly at the meeting.
The committee strongly encourages you to attend the actual meeting at which your item will be considered, in order to answer questions and clear up concerns. Meeting times/dates/locations are above.
You may have heard rumors about the pickiness of this committee regarding semicolons, grammar, and other such matters. Our aim really is to help. We have been told that at the final stages of state approval in Tallahassee, the submissions have to be near-perfect. So our committee’s goal is not only to approve packages quickly, but also to assist departments in getting the paperwork absolutely right so that it easily passes the APC committee, Tallahassee, and any other approval stages.
Please don’t hesitate to ask Ron or Mick, or your dept representative on the committee if you need assistance with the APC Workflow System, or have any other questions. We are very happy to help. Thank you very much for working with us in this important process.
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