The Records Office is in a transitional phase with the Catalogue Publishing System. Academic departments may now submit all catalogue course updates electronically via our new Catalogue Course Update form. Please note that the new, electronic form replaces the paper Catalogue Update Form (CUF), and that there are no more paper copies available. Please shred any paper copies that you have within your entire department at this time.
We are working toward developing the coordination of direct input into our new catalogue publishing system, and anticipate adding this functionality for the 2017-2018 Academic Catalogue. Until that time, we are requesting that all proposed course updates and new courses for the 2016-2017 Academic Catalogue be submitted on the new electronic Catalogue Course Update form.
You may access the form via WebAdvisor:
Faculty and Department Chairs can access and submit the form via WebAdvisor for Faculty > Faculty Information > Catalogue Course Update Form
- Administrative support personnel designated by the department chair can access and submit the form via WebAdvisor for Employees > Search for Sections > Catalogue Course Update Form
No paper copies of the completed form will be available. Furthermore, any paper forms received by the Records Office from this point forward will be returned to the department with a request to resubmit electronically in order to be considered for processing. The completed electronic form, as submitted to Records, will be stored and accessible in ImageNow, Loyola’s document imaging software. Alternately, you will also be able to access any completed forms through a unique, secure link sent to the form submitter’s Loyola email address upon successful submission of the form.
The Catalogue Course Update process in ImageNow is very similar to the Change of Course Status process. Designated users will have a department queue that Records will use to return the form to you if there are any submission issues, and you can answer our questions and route them back to us.
Questions about catalogue submissions can be directed to Melaina Valentine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-617-2347, or Pat Dalrymple at email@example.com or 410-617-2503.
Select the appropriate link below, based on academic level, to find complete instructions about the master schedule submission process.
Questions about master schedules can be directed to Melaina Valentine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-617-2347.
Undergraduate Master Schedule Submission
Graduate Master Schedule Submission
Credit Hour Policy