Educational Programs Committee

The Educational Programs Committee (EPC) is appointed by the University of Central Florida Board of Trustees with the responsibility to provide strategic input to the provost and president to ensure that curricular and co-curricular educational programs, student life, support services, faculty personnel appointments and promotion systems, academic policies and procedures, academic budget, information technology, library resources, learning resources, and assessment systems are of high-quality and that they support and strengthen the institution’s mission, strategies, and academic priorities.

For EPC meeting dates, minutes, and a list of committee members, please visit:

 

Resources for presenting to the EPC:

2017 EPC meeting dates, agenda deadlines, and recurring agenda items:

2017 EPC
Meeting Date
2017 Agenda Items
Due to Academic Affairs
Recurring Agenda Items
January 13, 2017 November 30, 2016 N/A

 

March 16, 2017 February 2, 2017
  • Conferral of Degrees
  • New degree programs
  • Academic Year Calendar
  • UCF Annual Accountability Report

 

May 18, 2017 April 6, 2017
  • Tenure recommendations
  • University Work Plan

 

July 20, 2017 June 8, 2017
  • Conferral of degrees
  • New degree programs
  • Tenure with hire
  •  Path to Preeminence: Five-year Benchmarking Plan

 

October 26, 2017 NOTE: the previously scheduled 9/28 and 11/16 BOT meetings have been canceled TBD NOTE: the following recurring agenda items are typically on the September and November EPC agendas. Since these two meetings have been canceled and there will be one meeting held in October, some of these topics may be moved to the July 2017, or the January 2018, EPC agenda. 

  • Florida Equity Report
  • Additional tenure with hire
  • Market Tuition Rate annual status report
  • Academic program review (APR) results
  • Centers and institutes review results
  • Market Tuition Rate proposals (FFC Committee for approval)
  • Conferral of degrees
  • APR recommendation implementation status
  • Status of new degree programs
  • Revisions and updates to APR procedures