CAP Committees and Work Groups

  • CAPC
  • CAPL
  • CAP Associate Deans
  • CAP Faculty Development
  • CAP Co-Curricular Task Force

CAPC

The CAP Committee (CAPC) is a standing committee of the Academic Policies Committee of the Academic Senate.  Approved minutes of the CAPC may be found on the UD eCommons site.  The CAPC has the following responsibilities:

  • Review proposals for courses and experiences that will form the components of the CAP
  • Approve courses that meet CAP requirements
  • Facilitate communication and collaboration among faculty proposing courses
  • Generate an annual list of approved courses (see CAP Advising)
  • Monitor and evaluate CAP courses

CAPL

The CAP Leadership Committee (CAPL) has the following responsibilities:

  • Promote faculty understanding and participation in CAP
  • Serve as liaisons within their respective units
  • Implement CAP innovations awards

CAP Associate Deans

The CAP Associate Deans Work Group provides a collaborative venue to address CAP implementation issues in these ways:

  • Facilitate transition of courses from General Education to CAP
  • Generate advising documents
  • Prepare revisions for the Academic Catalog

CAP Faculty Development

The CAP Faculty Development Work Group serves to:

  • Develop CAP faculty development opportunities
  • Facilitate CAP faculty development opportunities

CAP Co-Curricular Task Force

The CAP Co-Curricular Task Force has been formed to:

  • Identify current co-curricular experiences, offerings or programs which will contribute to student learning on the seven learning outcomes
  • Work with academic units to map and prioritize co-curricular offerings to meet student needs for growth and development
  • Act as consultants to assist curricular and co-curricular units in the development of new offerings or the redesign of current offerings to improve outcome on the student learning outcomes
  • Develop the requisite assessment of co-curricular offerings
  • Implement a communication plan to gain feedback from curricular units (departments, programs and CAP related committees) and to provide feedback regarding co-curricular options