Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Catalog & Program Changes
Forms 90, 90A, 100
“A meeting to discuss proper submissions to
the undergraduate and graduate catalogs.”
March 31, 2014
Today’s Presenters
• Jim Allen, Associate Provost for Academic Programs
• Ruth O’Rourke, Administrative Assistant
Transfer Student Services Representatives:
• Tom Whittington, Administrative Coordinator
• Suzanne Goad, Admissions & Records Officer
Enrollment Management Representative:
• Dana Tetzlaff, Administrative Clerk
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Today’s Agenda
10:00 The Complete Package: includes all necessary
forms 90 and 90A to initiate changes in degree
programs/courses. Question & Answers period
immediately following presentation.
11:15 RME: Guidelines and Procedures, a brief
overview of development stages and timelines for
Reasonable and Moderate Extensions
The Complete Package
for Catalog Changes
• Form 90A : One 90A for each Program
• Form 90s: Form 90s for all courses being modified
(don’t forget cross-listed courses!)
• Form 100s : To create, change, or drop a fee, a
form 100 is required.
• TEP: Teacher Education Programs must submit forms
90A and 90 specified as ‘TEP’.
Form 90A
90A Example
Form 90
Form 100
Catalog Changes
• Proofing pages
– Process
– Allowable edits
– Timelines
• Catalog publishing
– 2014-15 Undergraduate Catalog
• http://registrar.siu.edu/catalog/undergraduatecatalog.html
RME Form
Steps and
Guidelines for
Developing and
Processing
Reasonable and
Moderate
Extensions
(RMEs)
Step 1:
The Development
Phase
The Development Phase
• Program faculty and department chair/director
discuss plans for the program changes
• Department chair/director discusses proposed
changes with Dean and/or the appropriate
Associate Dean to ensure these changes do not
affect other academic units in the school or college
• Department chair/director consults with the Office
of the Associate Provost for Academic Programs
(APAP) to review the forms and establish a
timeline for their completion
• Approximate time- less than 1 month
• Sending the RME and Form 90A to the Office of
the Associate Provost for Academic Programs
Step 2:
The Approval
Phase
The Approval Phase
• Provost and Associate Provost for
Academic Programs (APAP) review the
completed proposal
• APAP will forward RME to the Associate
Provost for Academic Administration and
the SIU Vice President for Academic
Affairs for informal review
• If proposal requires, the Graduate
Dean and Director of the Office of
Distance Education and Off-campus
Programs may be included in the
informal review
Step 3:
The Article 9
Phase
The Article 9 Phase
• RME will be reviewed for Article 9
requirements
• If the RME is subject to Article 9
stipulations the Associate Provost
for Academic Administration (APAA)
will notify the APAP
The Article 9 Phase
If the RME is subject to
Article 9 stipulations
the following steps will
be taken before
proceeding with the
RME process
The Article 9 Phase
• If the RME is not subject to Article 9
stipulations it will be submitted
directly to constituency groups
• For Graduate Program:
• Electronically submitted to
Graduate Council for Notice
and Action from Provost
• Not for Graduate Program:
• Electronically submitted to
Faculty Senate for Notice and
Action from Provost
Step 4:
Further Approval
Phase
* As of July 9, 2012
Further Approval
Phase
• Once the RME has been
approved by Graduate
Council or Faculty Senate
the following steps will
be taken to complete the
RME approval process
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