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  • In addition to proposals relating to Courses and Programs, you can also submit proposals for various document types using our Campus feature. 

  • The Document Types available via Campus will vary from institution to institution – it all depends on what your admin has set up.

  • Common examples include New Academic Policies, Change of Major, Declaration of Minor, Change of Grade, Student Handbook, Student Hold on Record, Grad Requirements, Major Advising forms, Leave of Absence, Non Degree Enrollment, and Academic Calendar.

How It Works

Step 1: Navigate to Curriculum > Campus. 

Step 2: 

  • Select the Document Type that relates to your proposal. 

  • Available options will vary by institution, but two possibilities are shown below.

Step 3: Select "+ Propose New Campus Document". 

Step 4: 

  • The “Document Type” dropdown will auto-populate with whatever you selected in Step 2.

  • If you need to change the Document Type, you can do that here by selecting a different Document Type from the dropdown. 

Step 5: Select the form you wish to use. 

Step 6: Click "Submit". 

Step 7: Input the required information. 

Step 8: Click "Submit proposal" once you're ready.

Effective Dating

  • If effective dating has been enabled for a given document type, you will be able to view its revisions and versions via the blue badge/dropdown menu in the upper right hand corner of the page.

  • Clicking there will open the modal shown in the below screenshot. 

Additional Notes

  • Once the request is approved, the document will show up in the Campus Documents view (Curriculum > Campus > Select Document Type).

  • The list view for each document type gives you the option to filter and export results, similar to what you can do for programs and courses. 

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