The Curriculum and Academic Policies Council (CAPC), serves two curricular purposes:
These purposes are carried out in a legislative assembly (comprised of elected faculty, elected or appointed students and administration) that recommends to the Academic Vice President and Provost curricular and academic policy matters.
CAPC exists as a shared governance body, functioning under the authority of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the System, APSCUF, and the System Board of Governors.The
The Executive Committee (CAPC Exec) is comprised of the following:
We are happy to announce the launch of CIM (pronounced Kim), our new curriculum management software that has been designed to support the CAPC review process. See the Proposals page of this website for more information, as well as links to training materials.