Curriculum Committee

Charge Representatives  Calendar


  • Apply Title 5 and Board policies in review of course and program proposals.
  • Recommend and oversee the development of new courses and programs.
  • Recommend course outlines of record and new program applications for those courses and programs.
  • Recommend requirements for the associate degree and certificate programs to the Academic Senate for approval.
  • Recommend and oversee course proposals for transmittal to CSU and UC to meet General Education Breadth and IGETC requirements.
  • Recommend prerequisites, co-requisites, and advisory preparation for courses and programs to the Academic Senate for approval.
  • Recommend and oversee courses taught by distance learning.
  • Assist the Office of Academic Services with the development of the catalog and class schedules.
  • Recommend and oversee regulations and policy for Distance Education.

Core Representatives


  • Curriculum Committee Chair:  Dara Greene x6729
  • Technical Chair: George Arab, x9282


  • Library
    John Chan  x6767
  • Applied Technology & Business
    Frank Ko, x6488
  • Health, Kinesiology, and Athletics
    Kristina Perkins, x7211
  • Language Arts
    Mark Anderson, x6888
  • Science and Mathematics
    Robert Cattolica, x5148
  • Psychology-Counseling
    Shannon Stanley  x6738
  • Arts, Media and Communication
    Diane Zuliani, x6838
  • Social Sciences
    Kay Fischer, x6686
  • FA Representative: Jason Ames, x7438
  • Articulation Officer:  Shannon Stanley  x6738 
  • Curriculum and SLO Specialist:  Lannibeth Calvillo,
  • Evaluators: Jean Lee, Rozen Bondoc
  • Academic Schedulers: Megan Parker, Rick Hassler, Cassondra Reinsel
  • Librarian:  John Chan x6767
  • Dean Liason: Deonne Kunkel Wu
  • Interim VP Academic Services:  Dr. Jamal Cooks

Spring 22 Curriculum Committee Voting Calendar*




 First Meeting of Spring 22









Priority Review deadline for UC Transfer







*Faculty Responsibility

  • It is the faculty's responsibility to monitor Curricunet to track the progress of their proposal(s).
    • Faculty need to make sure that their proposed course or program are at the Curriculum Committee voting level by the date for their division (noted above).  
    • For assistance on how to track your proposal via Curricunet, contact your division's Curriculum Committee representative.