ACC Policies and Guidance
ACC is responsible for ensuring every approved course at Western is assigned an appropriate number of credit hours, meets Western's credit hour definition, and complies with the total student work per credit.
ACC's current timeline and planning for course modality approval. Includes current definitions for Western approved course modalities.
Western provides reasonable accommodation for students to take holidays for reasons of faith or conscience or for organized activities conducted under the auspices of a religious denomination, church, or religious organization.
ACC-approved definitions of instructional method or delivery method of a course.
ACC recognizes the need for regulating large-scale changes to curriculum, creating a streamlined approach that includes criteria for approval and workflow.
ACC revised its Syllabus Requirements and Guidance to assist with new courses, courses with existing or new GUR attributes, course revisions, etc.
ACC's current timeline and plan to implement fixed WP values for the 2024-2025 University Catalog.
ACC requires that all repeatable courses specify limitations upon repeatability and that course descriptions for repeatable classes include standardized language articulating these limits.
ACC implemented a new procedure for requesting a moratorium for a program of study, and programs being considered for permanent cancellation must be placed into moratorium first.