Published: Oct. 31, 2023 By

Thank you to everyone who submitted workflow edits for the 2024–25 catalog production cycle! If we didn't receive any updates for your pages, then the same people who reviewed your catalog pages last year will do so again this year. If your workflows are affected by any additional staffing changes this fall, please let us know by submitting a workflow update.

Getting Started

As previewed, we began kicking off the workflows for academic program pages in the 2024–25 catalog earlier this week. If you're first up in the workflow, you should have received an automated email for any page(s) ready for your review with a link to access your approval queue. If you're set up to edit/approve catalog pages but not as the first reviewer, you'll receive an email as soon as those ahead of you in the workflow have completed their review and approved the page(s).

For pages where you're updating curriculum information (e.g., program requirements, plans of study, learning outcomes), don't forget to:

  • Submit your curriculum edits through the CIM program management site. (The change type at the top of the form should be set to "Catalog" for all routine annual catalog updates.)
  • Approve the catalog page and the corresponding CIM program revision from your approval queue. (We recommend approving both at the same time. Curriculum edits submitted in CIM will only display on the corresponding catalog page once fully approved, but please be assured that they’ve been received.)

Remember, the target department/unit review deadline for academic program pages is Friday, Dec. 15. View all upcoming catalog dates & deadlines

Submitting Course & Faculty Updates

A reminder that some of the information displayed in the catalog is pulled in from other campus systems and must be edited in those systems accordingly. Once approved and processed, edits will automatically carry over within the catalog as well.

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