This website is under construction and will be updated over the course of the 2017-2018 academic year.
The University of Illinois Statutes authorize the faculty senate on each campus to be the legislative body for matters of educational policy. According to the Statutes, the UIC Faculty Senate determines “matters of educational policy including but not limited to: requirements for admission to the several colleges, schools and other teaching divisions; general requirements for degrees and certificates; relations among colleges, schools and other teaching divisions; the academic calendar; and educational policy on student affairs.” The UIC Senate Committee on Educational Policy (SCEP) reviews matters related to educational policy and makes recommendations to the full Senate.
Policies by academic year
View the UIC educational policies and guidelines listed below that were approved or revised in the following academic years.
- Student Academic Grievance Policy
- EP-17.01: Differential Credit Policy
- EP-17.02: Contact/Credit Hour Policy
- EP-17.03: 60-Hour Requirement for Undergraduate Degrees
- USC OT-337: Policy on Acceptance of Transfer Credit for Undergraduate Admission Purpose
- EP-13.01: Undergraduate Grade Point Average Recalculation Policy
- EP-15.01: Criteria for University Honors
- EP-12.01: Policy for Dropping Courses
- EP 06.03: Joint Programs Policy Statement
- EP 05.02: Policies and Guidelines for Undergraduate Minors
- EP 05.03: Policies and Guidelines for Certificate Programs
- EP 05.07: General Education Curriculum
- EP 04.01: Policy Statement Regarding Grading Mode Assigned to Noncredit Courses
- EP 04.02: Policies and Guidelines for Degree Program Concentrations
- Control of Courses Versus Collaborative Teaching
- Double Scheduling and Temporary Cross-listing
- Permanent Cross-listing
- Periodic Review of Course Information by Sponsoring Units