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At Cal Poly Humboldt, all curricular proposals are submitted to the Integrated Curriculum Committee (ICC) using the Curriculog workflow software.

New to Curriculog? Peruse this self-paced training on Curriculog navigation and operation to learn how to make the most of this software.

Course Proposals

Select the type of proposal below to learn how to initiate it, what policies and procedures to follow, what to watch out for, and which attachments to include.

New Course Proposal

New Course Proposal

To propose a new course, navigate to Curriculog, click on the COURSE: [catalog year] New Course Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start New Course proposal

  • A course must satisfy a General Education and All-University Requirements (GEAR) area OR a major requirement. In other words, a course that counts only towards a minor or a certificate will likely not be approved.
    • If the course will satisfy one or more GEAR areas, prepare and attach the GEAR Course Certification/Recertification Form for each GEAR area satisfied.
    • If the course will satisfy a major or minor requirement, you must also submit a separate Program Change Proposal for each program that will utilize this course to indicate toward which program requirements the course will count.
  • Course description
    • Recommended length: 30 words.
    • Omit self-evident content, such as: "in this course", "this course will provide", or "students in this class will".
    • Write in the present tense.
    • Begin sentences with an active verb (develop, discuss, gain, examine, explore, learn).
    • Don't repeat the course title in the description.
    • Remember your audience.
  • The CSU Chancellor's Office developed a Course Classification System that guides course instruction time, class size, and faculty workload. Refer to this system to determine the most appropriate "C-classification" for the new course. 
    • Note: A classification of C-78 requires the attachment of a memorandum from the college dean's office approving the requested assigned time received by the faculty teaching this course.
  • Determine the appropriate Course Number:
    • Select a course number that has never been used before. Check with the Academic Programs office if needed.
    • Make sure that the number proposed complies with the University Course Numbering System (e.g. X0X - GEAR course, 280 - Special Topics course, 482 - internship course, 692 - Master's Project course).
  • Is the course going to be offered in collaboration with another department (cross-listedor with a course at another academic level (graduate+ undergraduate=co-listed)? Make sure that the course titles, descriptions, numbers, C-classifications, and syllabi comply with the applicable policy below:
  • If the course has a Signature Assignment, be prepared to identify the PLO/SLO pairing to which it corresponds and describe how the assignment assesses learning. A Signature Assignment is summarized by an SLO. It is an assignment, activity, project, or exam intentionally designed to collect evidence for the assessment of a specific PLO. 
  • If you are developing a Service Learning course, the Service Learning "S" Course Designation Form helps you work through the requirements for this designation. You will have to attach this form to the proposal.
  • As you develop the syllabus for the proposal, ensure that the syllabus meets the Course Syllabus Policy. Refer to the Syllabus Resources website for additional guidance.
Attachments 
  • ALL new course proposals MUST be accompanied by a Program Change Proposal that indicates which major requirements the new course will fulfill.
  • Course Syllabus (REQUIRED)
  • GEAR Certification/Recertification Form (for GEAR courses ONLY)
  • Service Learning "S" Course Designation Form (Service Learning courses ONLY)
  • Memorandum of Understanding (for C-78 Assigned Time)
  • Communication with Other Departments (if applicable)
  • Specialty or Discipline-Specific Accreditation Information (if applicable)

Course Change Proposal

Course Change Proposal

To propose a change to an existing course, navigate to Curriculog, click on the COURSE: [catalog year] Course Change/Reactivation Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start Course Change/Reactivation proposal

  • Course description
    • Recommended length: 30 words.
    • Omit self-evident content, such as: "in this course", "this course will provide", "students in this class will".
    • Write in the present tense.
    • Begin sentences with an active verb (develop, discuss, gain, examine, explore, learn).
    • Don't repeat the course title in the description.
    • Remember your audience.
  • The CSU Chancellor's Office developed a Course Classification System that guides course instruction time, class size, and faculty workload. Refer to this system to determine the most appropriate "C-classification" for the course. 
    • Note: A classification of C-78 requires the attachment of a memorandum from the college dean's office approving the requested assigned time received by the faculty teaching this course.
  • If a new Course Number is proposed for an existing course:
    • Select a course number that has never been used before. Check with the Academic Programs office if needed.
    • Make sure that the number proposed complies with the University Course Numbering System (e.g. X0X - GEAR course, 280 - Special Topics course, 482 - internship course, 692 - Master's Project course).
  • Is the course going to be offered in collaboration with another department (cross-listedor with a course at another academic level (graduate+ undergraduate=co-listed)? Make sure that the course titles, descriptions, numbers, C-classifications, and syllabi comply with the applicable policy below:
  • If you are updating the syllabus for the proposal, ensure that the syllabus meets the Course Syllabus Policy. Refer to the Syllabus Resources website for additional guidance.
Examples of changes that require a New Course Proposal:
  • Adding a GEAR designation (you will likely need a new course number complying with the University Course Numbering System).

  • Moving a course from lower division to upper division or from upper division to lower division (consider potential or existing articulations with Community Colleges).
Attachments
  • Course Syllabus
    • REQUIRED for unit changes, GEAR changes, course co-listing, course cross-listing, C-classification changes that impact student units or faculty WTUs, changes to course content (including but not limited to course title, description, units, etc.)
    • NOT REQUIRED for pre/corequisite changes, C-classification changes that do not impact student units or faculty WTUs, simple course title or description updates.
  • Course Impact Report (how to run it) (REQUIRED)
  • Communication with Other Departments affected by the proposed changes (if applicable)
  • GEAR Certification/Recertification Form (for GEAR designation additions ONLY)
  • Memorandum of Understanding (for C-78 Assigned Time)

Course Reactivation Proposal

Course Reactivation Proposal

To reactivate a suspended course, navigate to Curriculog, click on the COURSE: [catalog year] Course Change/Reactivation Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start Course Change/Reactivation proposal

  • Note: ONLY suspended courses can be reactivated. Courses that have been deleted from the catalog must be proposed as new courses.
  • Course description
    • Recommended length: 30 words.
    • Omit self-evident content, such as: "in this course", "this course will provide", "students in this class will".
    • Write in the present tense.
    • Begin sentences with an active verb (develop, discuss, gain, examine, explore, learn).
    • Don't repeat the course title in the description.
    • Remember your audience.
  • The CSU Chancellor's Office developed a Course Classification System that guides course instruction time, class size, and faculty workload. Refer to this system to determine the most appropriate "C-classification" for the course.
    • Note: A classification of C-78 requires the attachment of a memorandum from the college dean's office approving the requested assigned time received by the faculty teaching this course.
  • As you are updating the syllabus for the proposal, ensure that the syllabus meets the Course Syllabus Policy. Refer to the Syllabus Resources website for additional guidance.
Attachments
  • ALL reactivation course proposals MUST be accompanied by a Program Change Proposal that indicates which major requirements the reactivated course will fulfill.
  • Course Syllabus (REQUIRED)
  • Communication with Other Departments (if applicable)
  • GEAR Certification/Recertification Form (for GEAR courses ONLY)
  • Memorandum of Understanding (for C-78 Assigned Time)

Course Suspension/Deletion Proposal

Course Suspension/Deletion Proposal

To suspend or delete an existing course, navigate to Curriculog, click on the COURSE: [catalog year] Course Suspension/Deletion Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start Course Suspension/Deletion proposal

Course Suspension

A course may be suspended if the department would like to temporarily remove it from course rotation. A suspended course can be reactivated in order to bring it back to active course offerings.

Course Deletion

A course may be deleted if the department is certain that the course in question will never be offered again. Course deletion is required when a new course replacing an existing one is proposed.

A deleted course CANNOT be reactivated.

Attachments
  • Course Impact Report (how to run it) (REQUIRED)
  • Communication with Other Departments affected by the proposed suspension/deletion (if applicable)
  • If the course in question was required by a program (major, minor, etc.), a course suspension/deletion should be accompanied by a Program Change Proposal that indicates how the major requirements will change.

GEAR Recertification Proposal

GEAR Recertification Proposal

To recertify an existing GEAR course, navigate to Curriculog, click on the COURSE: GEAR Recertification Form (for existing GEAR courses ONLY), then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start GEAR Recertification proposal

The General Education and All-University Requirements (GEAR) website provides extensive information on GEAR areas and certification requirements.

GEAR Recertification Schedule

Attachments
  • None

Note: To add a new GEAR certification to an existing course, follow the New Course Proposal procedures described above.

Program Proposals

Select the type of proposal below to learn how to initiate it, what policies and procedures to follow, what to watch out for, and which attachments to include.

Program Change Proposal

Program Change Proposal

To make changes to an existing major, minor, or certificate, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] Program Change Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start Program Change proposal

  • Generally speaking, program change proposals do not require CSU Chancellor's Office approval or WSCUC's review. However, program name changes, degree designation changes, and concentration suspensions need to be reported to and approved by the Chancellor's Office - this step is coordinated by the Academic Programs office.
    • Program Name Change. Enter the new proposed program name in the corresponding field of the proposal and provide the rationale for the proposed change. Review the CSU Chancellor's Office Changing a Degree Title or Suggesting a New Code procedure.
    • Degree Designation Change (e.g. B.A. changing to B.S.). Provide the rationale for the proposed change. Review the CSU Chancellor's Office Changing CSU Degree Designations procedure. Title 5 minimum requirements for bachelor’s degree:
      • minimum number of units in major (B.A.: 24 semester units, B.S.: 36 semester units)
      • minimum number of units in upper-division (B.A.: 12 semester units, B.S.: 18 semester units)
    • Program suspension/discontinuation. If you are suspending/discontinuing a program, prepare a Teach-Out Plan and a Blanket Substitution Advising Plan for the students currently enrolled in this program to ensure that the students have the opportunity to complete the program.
  • Mulitple changes to a single program should be submitted in a single Program Change Proposal.
  • All program changes must be reflected in the Curriculum section of the Program Change Proposal, used to alter the existing catalog copy by adding, removing, and reordering courses, and updating catalog text. To learn how to update the Curriculum portion of the proposal, follow the instructions on the Curriculum (related to Program Changes ONLY) page of the Curriculog training (Humboldt login credentials required). This portion of the proposal acts as the "Catalog Copy with Changes Indicated" attachment.
  • In most cases, changes to the program affect the courses the students will have to take to complete the program and/or the order in which they will take these courses. Therefore, updated 2- and 4-year Major Academic Plans (MAPs) are frequently required to be submitted along with the program change. Visit the Registrar's Office MAP Resources website to get MAP templates and learn how to fill them out.
  • When adding courses to a concentration, ensure that the concentration-specific unit count does not exceed the core unit count (EO 1071).
  • Is your program designated as similar to an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)? If you are not sure, check here. Make sure that the proposed changes do not affect the program's ADT status. Contact curriculum@humboldt.edu if you are not sure how the changes you are proposing will affect the ADT or if you would like to add/remove an ADT.
Examples of Program Changes
  • New required or elective courses that count towards program requirements
  • New degree requirements
  • Any change that will require revision of the catalog description for the program
  • Revising curriculum for EO 1071 compliance
  • Program name change
  • Degree designation change (e.g. B.A. to B.S.)
Attachments
  • Catalog Copy with Changes Indicated in the Curriculum part of the proposal form (REQUIRED)
  • Revised 4-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED)
  • Revised 2-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED) 
  • Changed Program Learning Outcomes (if applicable; reference: Cal Poly Humboldt Student Learning Outcomes)
  • Updated Assessment Plan (if applicable; Learning Outcomes and Assessment Plans of the existing Bachelor's and Master's degrees can be found on the Academic Assessment & Program Review website)
  • Revised Curriculum Map Matrix (if applicable; reference: Curriculum Map Matrix Sample Template)
  • Updated Five-Year Course Rotation (if applicable; reference: current Course Rotations)
  • Updated Memorandum of Understanding with External Entity (if applicable)
  • Communications with Other Affected Departments (if applicable)
  • Major/GEAR Worksheet (if applicable; reference: Major/GEAR Worksheet template)
  • Teach-out Plan for Enrolled Students (for program deletions/suspensions ONLY)
  • Blanket Substitution Advising Plan (for program deletions/suspensions ONLY)

New Concentration Proposal

New Concentration Proposal

A CONCENTRATION is a significant subdivision of a major that appears on student transcripts but not on the diploma. An EMPHASIS is a subdivision of a concentration or a major that does NOT appear on student transcripts. These guidelines refer only to formal divisions within the major. Programs may continue to organize curriculum into smaller categories of alternative courses (for example, “select 2 courses from this category” or “take either this group of courses or that group of courses”) without formally naming these groups of courses. In general, majors should not have any named formal subdivisions further than emphases unless those subdivisions are essential to student learning and understanding of their progress through the degree program. (Guidelines on Concentrations within Majors, 11/04/2014). 

A CONCENTRATION is a focus within a major program that is less than half of the units in a major program that appears on a student transcript. (Policy Governing Proposed Minors, Academic Credit-Granting Certificates, and Concentrations, 12/2021)

To propose a new concentration for an existing major, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] New Concentration Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start New Concentration proposal

  • New concentrations added to existing majors must be approved by the Chancellor's Office. This step is coordinated by the Academic Programs office.
  • Use the Curriculum section of the New Concentration proposal to build the catalog structure of required and elective courses for the new concentration. To learn how to use the Curriculum portion of the proposal, follow the instructions on the Curriculum page of the Curriculog training (Humboldt login credentials required). This portion of the proposal acts as the "Catalog Copy" attachment.
  • 2- and 4-year Major Academic Plans (MAPs) are required for new concentrations by the Chancellor's Office. Visit the Registrar's Office MAP Resources website to get MAP templates and learn how to create MAPs.
  • When creating the new concentration, ensure that the concentration-specific unit count does not exceed the core unit count (EO 1071).
  • Is your major designated as similar to an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)? If you are not sure, check here. Make sure that the new concentration does not affect the program's ADT status. Contact curriculum@humboldt.edu if you are not sure how the new concentration you are proposing will affect the ADT or if you would like to add/remove an ADT.
Attachments
  • Catalog Copy built using the Curriculum part of the proposal form (REQUIRED)
  • Revised 4-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED)
  • Revised 2-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED) 
  • Changed Program Learning Outcomes (if applicable; reference: Cal Poly Humboldt Student Learning Outcomes)
  • Updated Assessment Plan (if applicable; Learning Outcomes and Assessment Plans of the existing Bachelor's and Master's degrees can be found on the Academic Assessment & Program Review website)
  • Revised Curriculum Map Matrix (if applicable; reference: Curriculum Map Matrix Sample Template)
  • Updated Five-Year Course Rotation (if applicable; reference: current Course Rotations)
  • Memorandum of Understanding with External Entity (if applicable)
  • Communications with Other Affected Departments (if applicable)

New Minor Proposal

New Minor Proposal

A MINOR is a course of study designed to emphasize a disciplinary or multidisciplinary specialty, or area of special interest, for a matriculated student pursuing a bachelor's degree. Minors consist of 12-24 units and offer a sustained course of study that complements academic work. Students are generally prohibited from earning a major and minor from the same degree program. Exceptions can be made in combinations in which:

  1. at least 9 units required for the minor are not already required for the major. In cases where there are concentrations within the minor or major, a student must take concentrations such that at least 9 units for the minor are not counted towards the major, and
  2. the major and minor must have different titles. (Policy Governing Proposed Minors, Academic Credit-Granting Certificates, and Concentrations, 12/2021)

BEFORE proposing a new minor, discuss the idea with the Associate Dean and the Vice Provost to ensure there is university support. Unsupported proposals will not be advanced through the Integrated Curriculum Committee review process. 

To propose a new minor, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] New Minor / Certificate Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start New Minor proposal

  • New minors DO NOT require the CSU Chancellor's Office's approval or WSCUC's review.

Attachments
  • Catalog Copy built using the Curriculum part of the proposal form (REQUIRED)
  • Evidence of support from Associate Dean and Vice Provost (REQUIRED)
  • Program Learning Outcomes (REQUIRED; reference: Cal Poly Humboldt Student Learning Outcomes)
  • Course pathways showing how the minor fits with complementary majors (REQUIRED)
  • Assessment Plan (REQUIRED)
  • Curriculum Map Matrix (REQUIRED; reference: Curriculum Map Matrix Sample Template)
  • Five-Year Course Rotation (REQUIRED; reference: current Course Rotations)
  • Memorandum of Understanding with External Entity (if applicable)
  • Communications with Other Affected Departments (if applicable)
  • Specialty or Discipline-Specific Accreditation Information (if applicable)

New Certificate Proposal

New Certificate Proposal

An academic CERTIFICATE (printed on student transcript) is a cohesive course of study, shorter than a degree program, designed to provide students with training focused to enhance their professional/career opportunities. Academic certificates consist of 6-20 units and are primarily intended for non-matriculated students for the purpose of career enrichment and retraining. Academic certificates can be administered through the College of Extended Education and Global Engagement (CEEGE) but must be "housed" in an academic state-supported department.  

Non-academic certificates, such as certificates of participation (NOT printed on student transcript), are administered by and "housed" in the College of Extended Education and Global Engagement (CEEGE). (Policy Governing Proposed Minors, Academic Credit-Granting Certificates, and Concentrations, 12/2021)

To propose a new certificate, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] New Minor / Certificate Form, then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start New Certificate proposal

  • New certificates do not require the CSU Chancellor's Office approval, however, they do require WSCUC's review. Therefore, a copy of the WSCUC Substantive Change Program Screening Form must be submitted with the proposal.
  • Review CSU Chancellor's Office Certificates and Certificate Programs document.
  • All courses required for the certificate must be offered by Cal Poly Humboldt. Courses offered by other institutions may not be required by the program.
  • All courses required by academic certificates must be state-supported and approved by the Integrated Curriculum Committee courses (not CEEGE "X-courses").
Attachments
  • Catalog Copy (REQUIRED)
  • Evidence of support from Associate Dean and Vice Provost (REQUIRED)
  • Program Learning Outcomes (REQUIRED; reference: Cal Poly Humboldt Student Learning Outcomes)
  • Assessment Plan (REQUIRED)
  • Curriculum Map Matrix (REQUIRED; reference: Curriculum Map Matrix Sample Template)
  • Five-Year Course Rotation (REQUIRED; reference: current Course Rotations)
  • WSCUC Substantive Change Program Screening Form (REQUIRED)
  • Budget Information
  • Memorandum of Understanding with External Entity (if applicable)
  • Communications with Other Affected Departments (if applicable)
  • Specialty or Discipline-Specific Accreditation Information (if applicable)
  • MOU specifying how Humboldt will be reimbursed for state resources used by certificate students (for CEEGE certificates ONLY)

Concentration Elevation Proposal

Concentration Elevation Proposal

To elevate an existing concentration of a major to a standalone degree, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] Concentration Elevation Proposal Form (Chancellor's Office), then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start Concentration Elevation proposal

  • All concentration elevations must be reviewed and approved by the CSU Chancellor's Office, therefore the Elevating Options and Concentrations to Full Degree Major Programs policy should be carefully followed.
  • Because an elevation of an existing concentration means that the concentration itself will be suspended, prepare a Teach-Out Plan and a Blanket Substitution Advising Plan for the students currently enrolled in this program to ensure that the students have the opportunity to complete the program as currently structured if they wish to.
  • Updated 2- and 4-year Major Academic Plans (MAPs) are required to be submitted along with the concentration elevation. Visit the Registrar's Office MAP Resources website to get MAP templates and learn how to create MAPs.
Attachments

New Degree Proposal

New Degree Proposal

All new degrees must be reviewed and approved by the WSCUS and the CSU Chancellor's Office (CO) in a two-step process. The submission to WSCUC and CO is coordinated by the Academic Programs office.

Step 1: New Degree Projection

To submit a degree projection, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] Projected Degree Proposal Form (Chancellor's Office), then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Projected Degree Proposal Form

The projected degree must be approved by the CSU Board of Trustees before the proposal can move to step 2.

Step 1 Attachments

Step 2: New Degee Proposal

Once the CSU Board of Trustees has approved the degree projection, the full degree proposal can be launched and shepherded through the campus approval process.

Prior to the launching the proposal, we strongly recommend reviewing the provided by the Chancellor's Office Tips for Completing a Successful Program Proposal, the Faculty Proposal Checklist, and the Degree Proposal Review Criteria.

To propose a new degree program, navigate to Curriculog, click on the PROGRAM: [catalog year] New Degree Proposal Form (Chancellor's Office), then click on the checkmark to begin the proposal.

Start New Degree proposal

  • 2- and 4-year Major Academic Plans (MAPs) are required to be submitted along with the concentration elevation. Visit the Registrar's Office MAP Resources website to get MAP templates and learn how to create MAPs.
Step 2 Attachments
  • New Degree Proposal Template (REQUIRED). This template will require the following information:
    • Program Learning Outcomes (REQUIRED; reference: Learning Outcomes of the existing Bachelor's and Master's degrees can be found on the Academic Assessment & Program Review website)
    • Comprehensive Assessment Plan (REQUIRED; reference: Assessment Plans of the existing Bachelor's and Master's degrees can be found on the Academic Assessment & Program Review website)
    • Curriculum Matrix (REQUIRED; reference: Curriculum Matrices of the existing Bachelor's and Master's degrees can be found on the Academic Assessment & Program Review website)
    • 3-year Course Rotation (REQUIRED; reference: current Course Rotations)
    • 4-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED)
    • 2-year MAP(s) (REQUIRED)
  • Memorandum of Understanding with External Entity (if applicable)
  • Communications with Other Affected Departments (if applicable)
  • Specialty or Discipline-Specific Accreditation Information (if applicable)

Curriculum Attachment Forms & Templates

Depending on the nature of your curriculum proposal, please use the below forms as needed and attach them to your proposal in Curriculog.

Course Proposal Attachment Forms

Course Proposal Attachment Forms

Program Proposal Attachment Forms

Program Proposal Attachment Forms

Steps to Proposal Approval

Most proposals, after they have been launched and approved by their originator via Curriculog, follow the workflow described below. To see the proposal-specific approval steps, mouse over the decision bubbles below your proposal title.

Proposal approval path 

  1. The Proposal Originator (frequently the department chair) entered the proposal into Curriculog. In order for the proposal to become visible to other users, the proposal must be launched. In order for the proposal to move to the next approval step in the workflow, the proposal must be approved by the proposal originator.
  2. The Department Chair reviews and approves the proposal. If changes are required, the chair may reject the proposal and send it back to the originator. The proposal will move to the next approval step once it has been approved by the department chair.
  3. The College Associate Dean reviews the proposal. If changes are required, the dean may reject the proposal and send it back to the department chair. The proposal will move to the next approval step once it has been approved by the associate dean.
  4. The Curriculum Analyst and Integrated Curriculum Committee (ICC) Chair review the proposal. If the proposal is complete, they determine which subcommittee to route it to. If the proposal is incomplete or needs clarification, the curriculum analyst sends it back to the associate dean, the department chair, or the originator.
  5. The Academic Planning and Programs Subcommittee (APP): APP generally handles large packages of changes such as program overhauls, new concentrations, and new program proposals.
    OR
    The Course and Degree Changes (CDC) Subcommittee: CDC generally handles course changes, new course proposals, and program changes (aside from proposals that contain large-scale changes to a program). CDC subcommittee members work with the department chair on any revisions that might be needed and seek answers to any questions that arise before they recommend the proposal for the full ICC approval.
  6. The Integrated Curriculum Committee (ICC): reviews and approves proposals once they have been approved by the APP or CDC subcommittee.
  7. The University Senate: the majority of proposals appear on the University Senate Consent Calendar and are rarely discussed by the Senate. New program proposals come to the University Senate as resolutions that are voted on by the senators. 
  8. The Vice Provost reviews and approves the proposal.
  9. IMPLEMENTATION The Curriculum Analyst, the Catalog Editor, and the DARS Programmer make the required changes in the University Catalog, PeopleSoft, DARS, CalStateApply, and the Chancellor's Office Degree Database.