What is the General Studies Council and what does it do?
The General Studies Council consists of faculty representatives from each of the colleges and the library, and ex officio members from the offices of Assessment, Advising, and the Registrar. The Council reports to the Senior Vice Chancellor and is responsible for regulating and overseeing the General Studies program, including setting the learning outcomes, assessment practices, and curriculum.
Who is on the General Studies Council?
Current Council members are listed online.
What was the Roundtable and what did it do?
The Roundtable Phase I was organized by the Faculty Senate in Fall 2005 to study the existing General Studies program and articulate a set of learning goals for a renewed curriculum. Roundtable Phase II began in spring 2007 and designed a curriculum based on learning goals from Phase I.
Who was on the Roundtables?
Roundtable Phase I participants are listed online.
Roundtable Phase II participants are listed online.
Whom do I contact when I have questions or want to comment about the proposal?
You can contact any member of the General Studies Council.