CurricUNET Meta is the official repository used by YCCD for all legal course and program outlines that are filed with the State Chancellor's Office.
There is a link to reset your password on the login page. You will need to enter to WebAdvisor ID email (ID email@example.com). If you still need help, contact the IT help desk.
Make sure you are using the WebAdvisor ID number as your email, not your first initial and last name. If you still need help, contact the IT help desk.
"My" courses or programs refers to proposals for which you are the originator or co-contributor. There may be courses and programs in your discipline for which you are not the originator or co-contributor. To view these proposals, search My Institution, and filter by subject.
The default display shows only drafts and proposals that are in review (launched). If you want to see active records (or any other status), adjust the options in the Course Status filter.
If you are on the main search screen for Courses or Programs, the date displayed with your proposal is the "Created On" date. This corresponds to the actual date the proposal was started, not to the date it was launched or approved.
If you are working on a draft proposal that is not a brand new course or program, and you are viewing the Outline or Summary reports, you will see the Effective Term of the current active version of the proposal. The Effective Term will not get updated until the proposal meets final approval and is set to become active.
If you are searching for, creating, or editing a proposal, and the drop-down menu for subject does not show your discipline(s), check with your college's faculty co-chair to make sure your permissions are set correctly. You must have originator permissions in a specific subject assigned to you (based on min quals) for that subject to be available under My Courses/Programs or to create/edit proposals.
The state defines lecture, activity, and lab based purely on the ratio of in-class to outside of class hours. Lecture is 1:2, activity is 2:1, and lab is 3:0. See Course Standards help page for more info.