Welcome to the Grossmont College Curriculum Committee website, a resource for all faculty, staff, and administrators. On this site you will find information on all committee actions, committee by-laws, membership, the latest edition of forms required for any curriculum submissions, and the background information needed to complete those forms.
The Curriculum Committee ensures a curriculum that reflects the mission of Grossmont College and is academically sound, comprehensive, and responsive to the evolving needs of the community and operates in accordance with the Governing Board policies and Title 5 standards.
We have our own local Curriculum Committee Handbook, based in part on the Program and Course Approval Handbook distributed by the Chancellor's Office to assist California Community Colleges to develop courses and programs and the submission of these proposals for approval.
All current course outlines can be found here (tell us if you see any mistakes). Course outlines need to be updated every 6 years. The Course Outline of Record: A Curriculum Reference Guide, a paper from the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, is a useful guide. Here are the APPROVAL DATES FOR ALL COURSE OUTLINES, and the COURSE OUTLINES THAT NEED UPDATING NOW! (at least 6 years old).
Administrative Co-chair: Dr. Marshall Fullbright III
Faculty Co-Chair: Dee Aceves
Instructional Operations Supervisor: Marsha Raybourn
Allied Health and Nursing: Liz Barrow
Arts, Languages, and Communication: Marion De Koning, Brian Rickel
Counseling, Student Development & Matriculation: Gary Johnson
English, Social/Behavioral Sciences: Alan Traylor, Raymundo Quezada
Learning Resources: Felicia Kalker
MNSESW: Sebastien Cormier
Accessibility Resource Services: Carl Fielden
Member at Large: Jason Stevens
Administrators: Martha Clavelle, Javier Ayala
Articulation Officer: Dee Aceves
Evaluator: Tenille Venard
Agendas and Meeting Summaries - Spring 2020
Agendas and Meeting Summaries - Fall 2019
Agendas and Meeting Summaries - Spring 2019
Agendas and Meeting Summaries - Fall 2018