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ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
CATALOG CHANGE PROCEDURES
PREAMBLE: This section outlines the process by which the catalog is changed. This section remains unchanged since its appearance in the 1979 Handbook. For further information, contact the Registrar's Office (208-885-6731). [ed. 7-00]
A. Students have, as a matter of principle, a right to find in the catalog the courses they are taking and a current statement of their curricular requirements; departmental administrators and college deans should make every effort to ensure that proposed changes are submitted in time to be included in the catalog.
B. Changes that are proposed to take effect in the interval between publication of catalog issues may be considered by the University Curriculum Committee for good and substantial reasons. Because of various requirements for routing of and action on such changes, they must reach the committee no later than four months before the beginning of the academic session in which the changes are expected to be effective. [See also 1540 C and 4110.][ed. 7-01]