The 1999-2000 Central Washington University on-line working catalog is presented in a pdf format in an effort to more closely duplicate the printed catalog. To find the section that you are seeking, it is recommended that you first open the index file to find the page that contains the information you are seeking. Then download the file that contains the page(s) you need. A search of that file will take you to the section you wish to read or use the bookmark view to find a section.
The university catalog is prepared by the offices of the Registrar, the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research and University Advancement. This catalog and its contents shall not constitute a contract between Central Washington University and prospective or enrolled students.
The information contained in this catalog reflects the current policies and regulations of the university. However, the university reserves the right to make changes in its policies and regulations at any time. Accordingly, if policies or regulations of the university at any time conflict with information contained in the catalog, the policies and regulations will govern, unless expressly determined otherwise by the board of trustees.
Also note that because these are older catalogs, the links below will go to Web pages that are not considered accessible according to Section 508 Guidelines. If you have trouble accessing these pages, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Academic and General Regulations||History and Accreditation of University|
|Appendixes||Letter from the President|
|Bachelor Degree Graduation Requirements||Quarterly Calendar|
|Campus Map||Transfer Credit|
|Departmental and Course Information, Undergraduate||Tuition and Fees|
|Divisions of Instruction||Undergraduate Admissions|
|General Education Program||Undergraduate Degrees Offered|
|Grading Policies and Regulations||University Personnel|
|Graduate Studies-Programs and Courses||University Programs and Services|
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