The College Curriculum Council (CCC) is an elected body of faculty and students, along with administrators, charged with overseeing undergraduate curricular offerings at Brown. The Council reviews individual course proposals as well as larger programs of study, including concentrations, study abroad, and degree programs. In addition, the Committee is responsible for academic policies related to the curriculum, such as grading policies, the role of undergraduate teaching assistants (UTAs), and the administration of student course feedback forms. The navigation bar on this site links to additional information on these areas and on the CCC's general policies and processes.
The CCC consists of 18 members: the Dean of the College, who serves as chair; 8 faculty members, one of whom serves as vice-chair; 4 undergraduate students; 4 additional administrators (an Associate Dean of the College, an Associate Dean of the Faculty, an Associate Dean of Biological Sciences, and the Registrar); and the Council secretary. The Dean of the College welcomes all interested faculty and students to stand for election.
The CCC meets regularly, typically twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 4:00-5:30 pm in University Hall room 218. Per Brown University Faculty Rules, its meetings are open to the University community, but the Council may go into executive session when it sees fit. Members of the Brown community wishing to see minutes may contact Sarah Mullen.
Download the Agenda for the CCC Meeting of March 12, 2019.
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