The Honors College Curriculum and Policies Committee (HCCAP) serves as the governance body for the College and approves all policies and any changes to them. Voting membership consists of faculty representatives who, ideally, represent all colleges at Marshall University and serve two-year terms. The Committee also includes two Honors student representatives who serve one-year terms.
Deadline for proposals: Faculty who are interested in teaching for the Honors College, including submitting a proposal for an Honors Seminar (a section of HON 480) should visit the Teaching Honors page for more information. The HCCAP Committee reviews applications at least one semester prior to an approved course offering.
- Proposals to teach an HON 480 seminar for the Honors College in a semester as early as Fall 2020 are being accepted now through Wednesday 29 January in anticipation of the next HCCAP Committee meeting to be held the following week. Proposals received through this deadline will be considered for scheduling in Fall 2020 or a later semester. Proposals should be submitted using the appropriate link to one of two online forms at the bottom of the Teaching Honors page.
Honors College Curriculum and Policies Committee 2019-2020
|CAM||Sandra Reed||Art and Design (20)|
|COEPD||Isaac Larison||Literacy Education (21)|
|COHP||Kim White||Social Work (21)|
|COLA||Jana Tigchelaar||English (20)|
|COS||Brian Antonsen||Biological Sciences (21)|
|CITE||Paulus Wahjudi||Weisberg Division of Computer Science (20)|
|Student||Amanda Larch||Honors College (20)|
|Student||Will Sheils||Yeager Scholar, Honors College (20)|
|Honors College||Nicki LoCascio||Dean|
|Honors College||Brian A. Hoey||Associate Dean, HCCAP Chair|
|Honors College||Sandra Yentes||Honors Advisor|
|Honors College||Kate McComas||Office Administrator, HCCAP Secretary|