University of Kentucky Curriculum Management
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, THE CURRICULOG USER INTERFACE WAS UPDATED. USERS CAN CONTINUE WORKING IN CURRICULOG WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF FUNCTIONALITY.
The new user interface is more user-friendly and intuitive and looks quite different.
The functionality remains the same, although icons and some views have changed.
The Senate Council office has created new "how to" files, available on the Senate's site.
Curriculog is the University’s curriculum management system for processing all course and program proposals. For information on what councils look for in course proposals, click HERE for the course checklist used by all of Senate's academic councils.
Click “Login” in the upper right corner of this webpage and you will be directed to enter your Link Blue ID and password. (Help with Link Blue IDs: http://www.uky.edu/ukat/help/linkblue)
Recommended web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox
How do I....
For information about how to use Curriculog, including step-by-step instructions and You Tube videos, please visit the University Senate Curriculog webpage: https://www.uky.edu/universitysenate/how-do-i-use-curriculog. You may be prompted for your link blue username and password to access these files.
For questions about creating/submitting a curricular proposal in your College, we recommend contacting your college or department curriculum coordinator (or similar).
For questions about council approval processes or Curriculog technical issues, please contact one of the following:
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Listed below are the symbols and colors utilized in Curriculog:
- = has not made a decision
- = approved
- = rejected
- = held
- = suspended
- = cancelled
- = multiple decisions
- = task
- = mine
- = stuck
- = urgent, out of date import source
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