University Committee on Undergraduate Education

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Committee Description:

The University Committee on Undergraduate Education exercises the faculty’s delegated authority on grading policy for undergraduate students and the use of grades and grade point averages for undergraduate admissions and for advancement in or graduation from undergraduate academic programs. UCUE reviews all changes in undergraduate academic programs proposed by academic units and recommends their approval or rejection to the University Committee on Curriculum.

UCUE has shared responsibility with the Dean of Undergraduate Studies to consult with the Provost on the establishment, moratorium, discontinuance, or merger of undergraduate academic programs; on policies pertaining to curriculum revision, methods of instruction, evaluation of instruction, and advising and counseling for undergraduate students and programs and on other policies pertaining to undergraduate education. UCUE also shared responsibility with the Dean of Undergraduate Studies to consult with the Provost on policy pertaining to admissions and retention, financial aid, and the use and distribution of educational and research resources for undergraduate students and programs.

UCUE advises and consults with the Dean of Undergraduate Studies and the Provost and makes recommendations to the University Council on all other matters of academic policy affecting undergraduate students.

Please see Section 4.4. of the Bylaws for Academic Governance for more.

For UCUE schedule of meeting dates, agendas and minutes, please refer to the following web site: http://ucue.msu.edu


University Committee on Undergraduate Education Calendar