New courses, and revisions to existing courses must first be vetted by respective departments. Upon submission, they are then reviewed by Instructional Support, Department Chair, Divisional Analyst, Associate Dean, CEP/GC, and Registrar's office. Upon approval, you will notified by Instructional Support.These revisions must be submitted by the quarterly deadlines found on the Course Approval Calendar: https://registrar.ucsc.edu/calendar/other/course-approval.html
Below is a chart highlighting what forms are needed for each type of revision. The 'X's are hyperlinks that will download the appropriate form. Once you have completed out all necessary forms, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Forms must be submitted electronically.
You can download each form from the chart below, but if you'd like to see the source of these forms, you can view them on the Registrar's Catalog and Course Approval page: https://registrar.ucsc.edu/forms/facultystaff/courses/index.html
For NEW courses, please see the statements below that need to be included on your syllabi to address DRC and student CARE support:
|Undergraduate New Course*||X**||X||X|
|Undergraduate Major Revision*||X (suggested)||X||X|
|Undergraduate Minor Revision||X|
|Graduate New Course||X**||X||X|
|Graduate Major Revision||X (suggested)||X||X|
|Graduate Minor Revision||X|
* If you are requesting a prerequisite be fulfilled by a particular class (undergrad only), please additionally fill out the appropriate GE form. Only one GE can be applied to each course. Those forms can be found here: https://registrar.ucsc.edu/forms/facultystaff/courses/GEs/index.html
**If you are proposing that your course require a prerequisite/co-requisite that is outside of your department, please also include a letter of support from the sponsoring department (forwarded/attached email is fine).
UC Santa Cruz is committed to creating an academic environment that supports its diverse student body. If you are a student with a disability who requires accommodations to achieve equal access in this course, please submit your Accommodation Authorization Letter from the Disability Resource Center (DRC) to me privately during my office hours or by appointment, preferably within the first two weeks of the quarter. At this time, I would also like us to discuss ways we can ensure your full participation in the course. I encourage all students who may benefit from learning more about DRC services to contact DRC by phone at 831-459-2089 or by email at email@example.com.
Title IX prohibits gender discrimination, including sexual harassment, domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. If you have experienced sexual harassment or sexual violence, you can receive confidential support and advocacy at the Campus Advocacy Resources & Education (CARE) Office by calling (831) 502-2273. In addition, Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) can provide confidential, counseling support, (831) 459-2628. You can also report gender discrimination directly to the University’s Title IX Office, (831) 459-2462. Reports to law enforcement can be made to UCPD, (831) 459-2231 ext. 1. For emergencies call 911.