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The Liberal Arts Council

Mission Statement

The Liberal Arts Council (LAC) represents, and acts on behalf of the faculty in the governance of the Liberal Arts Core. The Council promotes the value of the study of the liberal arts as the foundation of learning for all UNC students, and works to ensure, through continuous assessment and improvements, that the core criteria continue to be met and that effective learning takes place in the core. A full description of the structure and duties of the Liberal Arts Council may be found in the Board of Trustees Policy Manual, 2-3-107(2).

Bylaws of the Liberal Arts Council

Meeting Schedule

2017-2018 Meeting Schedule
Tuesdays, 3:30-5:00pm
North Hall Conference Room

*Only members of the Ad Hoc Groups need to meet at their decided location on the dates with the asterisks

September 5
September 19
October 3
*October 17
November 7
*November 21
December 5
*January 16
February 6
*February 20
March 6
*March 20
April 3
*April 17
May 1

Guaranteed Pathways (gtP)

Courses bearing the gtP designation have been approved by the Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) for inclusion in the Colorado Guaranteed Transfer Program. These courses will automatically transfer to any Colorado public institution and continue to count toward general education or other graduation requirements for any liberal arts or science associate or bachelor's degree program if the student receives a grade of "C-" or better. Statewide articulation agreements prescribe specific general education and degree requirements in the following professional degree programs; business, early childhood, elementary education, engineering, and nursing. Most of the other courses, not approved for the gtP designation, will also be accepted in transfer by other institutions, but they may not fulfill general education requirements.

For more information about gtP, please visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education

For information on the Liberal Arts Core, please visit the Liberal Arts Core website.

      For questions about the Liberal Arts Core Assessment Pilot, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.