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10月29日, 2009, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board adopted Chapter 4, 分章N, 部分4.225-4.229, concerning Public Access to Course Information, required by 众议院法案2504 sponsored by Representative Lois Kolkhorst in the 81st Texas Legislature. Texas Education Code § 51.974 authorizes the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to adopt the following rules.

Each institution of higher education, other than a medical and dental unit, is to make available certain course information to 公众 on the institution's Internet Web site. 除了, the institution must post information about work-study opportunities and departmental budgets. This information must be:

  1. accessible from the institution's Internet website home page by use of not more than three links;
  2. searchable by keywords and phrases;
  3. accessible to 公众 without requiring registration or use of a user name, 一个密码, or another user identification;
  4. available not later than the seventh day after the first day of classes for the semester or other academic term during which the course is offered; and
  5. updated as soon as practicable after the information changes, at least once for every semester in which the course is offered.

This Web site provides useful information and demonstrates the university's commitment to accountability, transparency and open communication with students, 父母, 立法者, 公众, and all stakeholders. On this Web site, you will easily find:

  1. for each undergraduate classroom course offered for credit by the institution, a syllabus and a curriculum vita for the instructor of record;
  2. for each academic department, a departmental budget report;
  3. for work-study employment opportunities, a link to current job openings; and
  4. summarized end-of-course student evaluations of faculty for each undergraduate classroom course.