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Academic Planning and Enrollment Management

The CAS Academic Planning and Enrollment Management team is responsible for the development, review and approval of course and program curriculum proposals within the college.  In addition to college-level curriculum development, this team monitors and manages course enrollments, develops the summer term schedule and reviews credentials for college instruction staff.


Team Members

  • Academic planning and enrollment management
  • Program- and course-level curricular development
  • Course concurrence approval
  • CAS Academic Program Liaison to the Provost Office
  • CAS Representative on the Carolina Core Committee

Contact: 
benitezn@mailbox.sc.edu
803-777-1919

  • Director of the Student Excellence Collaborative at Flinn Hall
  • Academic planning and enrollment management for the college

Contact:
knapp-loren@sc.edu
803-777-2923

  • Advisor and Undergraduate Director communications
  • Course enrollment/section monitoring and management

Contact: 
hiller@sc.edu
803-7772993 (Student Advising issues)
803-777-1084 (Faculty and enrollment management issues)  

  • Program- and course-level curricular development
  • CAS APPS system liaison (management and approval)
  • CAS Academic Program Liaison to the Provost Office
  • Request for Instructional Support (RIS) form approval and verification
  • Faculty credential verification for all instructional staff
  • CAS Faculty roster

Contact: 
herbc@mailbox.sc.edu
803-777-4517

  

Procedures and Resources

Please see the resources below for more information about forms and processing requirements.

Enrollment Management is critical for ensuring that courses are offered in an efficient manner and meet student needs. All courses are reviewed each semester to ensure that student demand is met, courses are scheduled to reduce common course conflicts, and that minimum enrollments are satisfied.   Please contact Dr. Dawn Hiller with any questions.

All course changes, new courses, and new minors and majors must be reviewed by CAS and submitted for approval through the university-wide Academic Programs Proposal System (APPS). For significant changes to academic programs, please contact the curriculum management team for support and review.  Please contact Christy Stephens with any questions. 

All concurrence requests must be reviewed by the appropriate academic unit as well as CAS.  Please contact Dr. Claudia Benitez-Nelson with any questions.

 


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