Integrated Curriculum Committee

Purpose: The HSU University Senate charges the ICC with the careful consideration and deliberation of all academic planning and curriculum matters. It is the expectation of the University Senate that ICC members work collaboratively and act in the best interest of the university-wide community and in consideration of the HSU mission and strategic plan. The University Senate will accept most ICC recommendations without further deliberation; however, the University Senate reserves the right to deliberate any recommendation.

The University Senate further notes that while the ICC is charged with developing and applying academic planning and curricular task processes, there are important elements of college-wide and inter-college collaboration that are not the focus of the ICC. The University Senate encourages the appropriate bodies (e.g., college councils of chairs and cross-college affinity groups) to structure regular conversations to facilitate collaboration and sharing of ideas regarding change. These conversations should be conceived as mechanisms that foster creativity, sharing, and collaboration. The ICC as outlined in this constitution will be the only campus body with the authority to forward academic planning and curriculum proposals to the University Senate which when approved by Senate will be forwarded to the Provost’s office.

Membership:

  • 12 Faculty
  • 6 Administrators
  • 2 Staff
  • 1 Student, appointed by the A.S. President, service on an ICC Subcommittee is not required
  • A.S. Legislative Vice President, service on an ICC Subcommittee is not required

For full list, see the ICC Constitution

Vacancy Number: 
1