Committees on Curriculum
Council on Liberal Education
Campus Curriculum Committee (CCC)
The Campus Curriculum Committee (CCC) is appointed by and advisory to the Provost. The CCC was developed in 2012 to address curricular questions and issues that arise between/among colleges on the Twin Cities Campus, and to provide central guidance for the undergraduate curriculum by reviewing new undergraduate course proposals.
Campus Writing Board (CWB)
The Campus Writing Board (CWB) is responsible for reviewing courses and programs proposed to meet campus-wide curricular requirements. CWB advises the Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education on the implementation of the Writing-Enriched Curriculum project (WEC) and reviews courses proposed to meet current Writing Intensive (WI) requirements.
Committees on Undergraduate Education
Strategic Enrollment Management Committee
The Strategic Enrollment Management Committee takes a comprehensive look at Twin Cities campus enrollments and develops proposals for comprehensively managing enrollments in the long term while discussing and determining high-level priorities and action strategies to enhance student persistence and success. Representatives include: Office of Undergraduate Education, Academic Support Resources, Admissions, collegiate Associate Deans, Housing and Residential Life, International Student and Scholar Services, Office for Equity and Diversity and the Office for Student Affairs.
Council for Undergraduate Education (CUE)
The Council for Undergraduate Education (CUE) was formed as a way to communicate efficiently across undergraduate colleges. CUE continues to bring people together across the University, share information, and provide recommendations on University initiatives.
Undergraduate Advisory Board (UAB)
The Undergraduate Advisory Board (UAB), headed by Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, is comprised of student representatives from every undergraduate college and meets monthly during the academic year. Its purpose is to keep administrators apprised of students’ perspectives about undergraduate education—everything from transportation challenges and on-campus food quality to financial aid, curriculum, student support, course access, and much more.
International Student Academic Services Fee Committee
The purpose of the International Fee is to enhance academic services for undergraduate international students, focused on retention, academic success, timely graduation, and student satisfaction. Units may seek funding by submitting proposals to the appointed review committee.