The Curriculum Committee establishes academic policies and procedures for the College, and approves all program and course proposals and revisions. Committee members include five Division Chairs, president and vice president of Faculty Senate, a representative from Student Services, the director of Nursing, the director of Trades and Industrial Arts, a representative from Lincoln County Campus and the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs.

Spring 2021 Curriculum Committee
Meeting Dates:

Friday, February 12, 2021
via Zoom (contact Emily Jense for Zoom link) | 1:00 p.m

Friday, January 29, 2021 is the last day to launch
course and program proposals in Curriculog.

Fall 2020 Curriculum Committee
Meeting Dates:

September 25 CANCELLED
AT 144 A/B | 10:00 a.m.

New program proposals should be submitted to
Academic Affairs (not through Curriculog) by
September 18.

November 4
via Zoom | 10:00 a.m.

New program proposals should be submitted to
Academic Affairs (not through Curriculog) by
October 30.

Curriculog will be open to launch course proposals
and program revisions for the 2021-2022 catalog
from August 18 – December 8.

Proposals will again be available to launch January 19 – 29.

*PRO TIP: You can start a proposal in Curriculog anytime and it will remain in your “My Proposal” tab until you are ready to launch. Just make sure you start the proposal during an active window (Until December 8 and then again January 19-29) or the approval process won’t be available to select.

Curriculog Link:

Curriculog User Guide


Janice Alexander, Math and Science Division Chair
Chris Clouse, Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs (co-chair)
Heather Estrada, Faculty Senate President (co-chair)
Peter Fusaro, Trades and Industrial Arts Director
Stephanie Paidas, Social Science Division Chair
Amber Paulson, Director of Student Services
Conrad Rauscher, Humanities Division Chair
Dawn Rauscher, Business and Technology Division Chair
Megan Rayome, LCC Director
Myrna Ridenour, Nursing Director
Julie Robertson, Faculty Senate Vice President
Chaz Taylor, Health Science Division Chair