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Effective: Reviewed and posted, March 23, 2009
Last Updated: March 23, 2009
Policy Owner: Academic Affairs
If a course is described in our catalog, there is a reasonable expectation that it would be scheduled on a regular basis. The University catalog will not include courses that have not been offered in the past two years and are not scheduled in the upcoming year.
Courses that do not meet the scheduling criteria outlined above will be changed to inactive status in the Electronic Course Authorization System (ECAS) and as a result, will not appear in the online catalog. If a department plans to put an inactive course back into rotation, its status can be changed to active by memo to EVCAA.