Courses not taught report

March 13, 2017
To:             Academic Deans and Department Chairs
From:        Sue Eveland, Assistant VP Enrollment Management, University Registrar                  
                  Michael Jefferis, Assistant Registrar for Operations 
Re:            Courses Not Taught Report 
The University Senate has recommended that permanently numbered courses be offered at least every other year to avoid misrepresentation of course offerings to prospective students, and ensure that required courses are readily available to current students.
A Courses Not Taught Report, listing all courses which have not been taught for the past three academic years can be found at The report covers the academic period between fall 2014 and summer 2017. The University Committee on Courses requests a review of your departmental courses listed on this report.  The objective of this review is to accurately represent the University of Oregon curriculum. Departments requesting that course(s) on this list remain in the catalog must provide the term each course(s) will be taught and the name of the faculty member who will be teaching. The course MUST be taught during the 2017-2018 academic year.    
The message “NO BANNER RECORD FOUND” indicates that the course has never been taught. This list excludes Individualized Study and experimental course numbers.
Send responses in writing to the University Committee on Courses, in care of Michael Jefferis, Office of the Registrar, by Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  If you have questions about the report, you may contact Michael Jefferis at 6-1264 (
Departments that do not respond to the report will automatically have their courses dropped from the curriculum.
Cc:    Frances White, Chair
         University Committee on Courses