2013-2014 CGS Submission Deadlines

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Proposals submitted by Will go to sub-committee on or after Will go to CGS on or after Will go to CAC on or after
Aug 30 Sep 5 Sept 12 Oct 8
Sep 13 Sep 19 Sep 26 Oct 8
Sep 27 Oct 3 Oct 10 Nov 12
Oct 10 Oct 17 Oct 24 Nov 12
Oct 25 Oct 31 Nov 7 Dec 10
Nov 8 Nov 14 (deadline to meet 14-15 Catalog) Nov 21 Dec 10
Nov 26 Dec 5 Dec 12 Feb 11
Dec 13 Dec 19 Jan 23 Feb 11
Jan 31 Feb 6 Feb 13 Mar 11
Feb 14 Feb 20 Feb 27 Mar 11
Feb 28 Mar 6 Mar 13 Apr 8
Spring Break Spring Break Mar 27 Apr 9
Mar 28 Apr 3 Apr 10 May 13
Apr 11 Apr 17 Apr 24 May 13
Apr 25 May 1 May 8 First FA14 CAC Meeting

Please note the following:

  • Items move forward assuming none of the committees have questions regarding proposals and no meetings are cancelled.
  • Items received by the posted deadline will move forward depending on the volume of items being reviewed and time constraints of the committees.  The posted meetings are considered the earliest date the item will be recommended for review.
  • New program proposals may require additional review by the Dean and appropriate Associate Dean prior to sub-committee review.  This may create an additional delay.
  • Items approved by CGS in the final Spring 2014 meeting will not be submitted to CAC until Fall 2014.
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