Your Paperless Curriculum Management System
Stanislaus State launched Curriculog on August 20, 2018.
Learn more about the collaborative and transparent process for the purchase of Curriculog and the implementation, or release management, and annual review process:
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What is my login username and password?
Stanislaus State's Single Sign-On (SSO) is enable for Curriculog. SSO is an authentication process that allows a user to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials. In order to sign-in to Curriculog, use your University credentials (username and password). All Stanislaus State faculty, staff, or administrator have access to log-in to Curriculog.
Are faculty and staff trainings available?
Yes. They are listed on the Training Materials & Sessions page. You can sign up for group or one-on-one training sessions. Starting in September 2018, the Academic Programs Team will also be offering open office sessions as posted on the Training Materials & Sessions page.
Do you have an online training manual?
Yes. Three types of training/informational materials are available on the Training Materials & Sessions page. The (1) Curriculog Step-by-Step One-Sheet provides a simple one page overview and icon guide to briefly explain how to propose and approve proposals. The (2) Comprehensive Curriculog Manual is a 50+ page detailed manual intended to be used as a reference manual. You may also select to use the more interactive (3) Curriculog University training platform. An instructive guide on how to access this platform is also included on the Training Materials & Sessions page.
Which browser should I use for Curriculog?
Please use the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, or Safari (Internet Explorer is not recommended).
Can I access Curriculog from home or other locations not on campus?
Yes. It is accessible as long as you have an internet connection via your phone, tablet, or computer. Training materials are only available using the campus internet (or using Citrix) and when logged in with your University credentials. If you are having issues accessing these materials, please contact us.