UNDERGRADUATE COORDINATING COUNCIL (UCC)
(Bylaws, Article 14.5)

Membership of UCC

  1. The Undergraduate Coordinating Council shall consist of representation from the faculty, the students and the administration. One faculty seat shall be apportioned to each undergraduate degree-granting college and to the University Libraries. The remaining seats shall be apportioned as follows:

    1. Determine an allocation of nine additional seats in accordance with the ratio between the number of regular full-time faculty members in each college, excluding the College of Law and members of the supportive professional staff, to the total number of such faculty members in all undergraduate colleges, this being the number reported by the office of the executive vice president and provost on January first of each year.

    2. Determine an allocation of nine additional seats in accordance with the ratio between the number of undergraduate degree programs in each college to the total number of such degree programs in all colleges. Degree programs shall be considered to be those programs offered by departments for which a separate degree title is offered; minors and emphases within degree programs shall not be considered as separate degree programs.


    3. Determine an allocation of nine additional seats in accordance with the ratio between the number of undergraduate credit hours taught per year in each college to the total number of undergraduate credit hours taught per year in all colleges.

Each college shall receive the maximum number of seats on the council to which it would be entitled under either formula (1), formula (2), or formula (3) as identified above. The number of faculty seats on the council apportioned under the three conditions shall be increased above nine if necessary to accommodate the total number of seats determined to be needed under the application of the above conditions.

Faculty members shall be nominated by their respective college curriculum committees and elected by their respective college faculties. The University Libraries representative to the Undergraduate Coordinating Council shall be elected by the faculty of the University Libraries. Elected faculty shall serve three-year, staggered, renewable terms. Faculty representatives on the council shall elect from among their members a person who shall serve as the assistant chair of the council.

The remaining seats shall be apportioned as follows:

Each standing committee shall nominate one student member for membership on the UCC. These nominees shall elect from among themselves those students who shall serve on the UCC.

The vice provost for undergraduate education shall serve ex officio as chair of the council.

  1. The Undergraduate Coordinating Council shall have the following responsibilities:

    1. Establish general policies for undergraduate study;


    2. Coordinate the intercollegiate aspects of undergraduate education;


    3. In consultation with the colleges, determine policy for undergraduate studies and baccalaureate programs, and semester-hour requirements for undergraduate majors and minors;


    4. Foster high standards of undergraduate instruction;


    5. Organize and direct the work of the standing committees of the Undergraduate Coordinating Council, receive reports from such committees, and render final decisions on the policy recommendations received from them;


    6. Determine policy governing programs of study, and approve all such new programs of study. A program of study refers to any academic concentration which is reported on student transcripts.;


    7. Encourage cooperation among departments and colleges concerning curricular matters and resolve any differences among the colleges.


  2. The chair, the assistant chair, and such other faculty members as the council may designate shall comprise a committee to prepare the agenda for meetings of the council.

    Minutes and reports of the Undergraduate Coordinating Council shall be deposited in the University Archives and distributed in a timely fashion to the executive secretary of the University Council, to the executive vice-president and provost, to the chairs of the standing committees of the Undergraduate Coordinating Council, to deans of the six undergraduate degree-granting colleges and the director of the University Libraries, and to such others as deemed appropriate by the council.

    Substantive changes in policies under the jurisdiction of the Undergraduate Coordinating Council must be reported to the University Council.

UNDERGRADUATE COORDINATING COUNCIL (UCC)

MEMBERSHIP
2008-2009
2009-2010
2010-2011
2011-2012
*Vice Provost
 Earl Seaver
Earl Seaver
Business
Kate Mantzke 
Kate Mantzke 
Kate Mantzke 
Business
 John Hansen (Fall)
Gina Nicolosi
Gina Nicolosi
Gina Nicolosi
Education 
Elizabeth Wilkins
Sheryl Honig
Sheryl Honig
Sheryl Honig
Education
David Sernoff
Gretchen Schlabach
Gretchen Schlabach
Gretchen Schlabach
Engineering & Eng. Tech.
Rao Kilaparti/Abul Azad
Abul Azad
Abul Azad
Abul Azad
Engineering & Eng. Tech.
 Milivoje Kostic
Milivoje Kostic
Health and Human Sciences
Sherrill Morris
Sherrill Morris
Sherrill Morris
Health and Human Sciences
Jeanne Isabel
Mary Koren (Fall)
Jeanne Isabel (Spring)
Health and Human Sciences
Bette Montgomery(Fall)/ Beverly Henry 
Beverly Henry
Beverly Henry
Liberal Arts & Sciences
 Arthur Doerderlein
Arthur Doerderlein
Liberal Arts & Sciences
 Christine Malecki
Christine Malecki(fall) Katja Wiemer (spring)
Liberal Arts & Sciences
David Gorman
Orayb Najjar
Orayb Najjar
Orayb Najjar
Liberal Arts & Sciences
J. "Buck" Stephen
Paul Stoddard
Paul Stoddard
Paul Stoddard
Liberal Arts & Sciences
 C. T. Lin
C. T. Lin
C. T. Lin
Liberal Arts & Sciences
 Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones
Visual & Performing Arts
William Goldenberg
William Goldenberg
Visual & Performing Arts
Brian Hart
Brian Hart
Brian Hart
Brian Hart
University Libraries
 Cason Snow
*Cason Snow
Students (6)
 Tiffany Chen - LAS
Daniel Matouse - SA
* Faculty Chair
Ex officio