Published: Sept. 19, 2016 By ,

The Office of the Registrar recently met with catalog contributors from CU Boulder’s colleges, schools and programs to preview the 2017–18 University Catalog and present the new online content management system. We will continue to schedule meetings with key central offices and catalog contributors in the coming weeks.

If you weren't able to attend our first round of discussions, you can view the presentation online or attend the upcoming town hall meeting (see above), where we plan to give a brief product overview.

Additionally, we are setting up on-site catalog training with catalog contributors for early November. For a more detailed project schedule, visit the 2017–18 University Catalog page on the Office of the Registrar website.

Finally, there are a few things you can do now to prepare for on-site training and catalog revisions:

  • Begin thinking about edits to the current catalog for the next academic year.
  • Develop a “Four-Year Plan of Study” for your program if one does not already exist; we would like to include these with the program requirements in the undergraduate section of the catalog.

  • Consider what new overview content will be needed with the upcoming separation between graduate and undergraduate content. The existing catalog focuses heavily on undergraduate material, so there will be several holes to fill in the graduate section.

If you have any questions about the upcoming University Catalog, you can email us directly at catalog@colorado.edu.