The Academic Curriculum Review and Evaluation System (ACRES) provides a method of electronically submitting and routing curricular proposals within a given institution. Using this system, faculty, staff, and administrators at Arizona colleges and universities can create, route, evaluate, and approve new courses, course modifications and deletions, course fees, and topics and other form types. The system also provides a way to track where a proposal is in the approval process and to access proposals from any academic unit.

ACRES also provides a means by which course information could be seamlessly transferred electronically into the Arizona Course Equivalency Tracking System (ACETS) for transfer articulation processing.

The institutions currently using ACRES are listed below.

Arizona State University
Arizona Western College
Central Arizona College
Cochise College
Coconino Community College
Maricopa Community Colleges Chandler-Gilbert Community College Estrella Mountain Community College Gateway Community College Glendale Community College Mesa Community College Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix College Rio Salado College Scottsdale Community College South Mountain Community College
Mohave Community College
Northland Pioneer College
University of Arizona


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