C-LAC Section Proposal Form

Students can register for an approved C-LAC section on BannerWeb within the first five weeks of classes. 

We encourage faculty to complete this form within the first three weeks of classes, or by ​Friday, September 15, 2023 for the Fall 2023 semester. Once submitted, we will review it quickly and respond to the proposal. If approved, we will also notify the registrar's office with a request to create the C-LAC section.

If you have taught a C-LAC course in a previous semester, please contact Ellen Sayles, Associate Dean of International Education at esayles@richmond.edu to request the course to be reopened. 

C-LAC sections are led by the faculty member in charge of the course, or by C-LAC Assistants chosen by the professor in consultation with the C-LAC coordinator. 

Please fill out this form and click on "Submit" to propose a C-LAC section.

* Indicates a required field

* Instructor's Name:

* Course name & number: 

* CRN: 

* Have you taught a C-LAC section in this course during a prior semester?

Yes    No

Name(s) of student(s) joining the C-LAC section, if known:

Target language(s):

C-LAC sections may emphasize reading and/or conversation in the target language, independent research/writing projects, or a combination of these. They should normally meet at least ten times during the semester, each session lasting approximately one hour. However, C-LAC sections that center around research/writing projects and require significant independent work may meet a minimum of five times during the course of the semester. Some meetings may be replaced by online discussions, primarily in Blackboard, but also in chat-board discussions or blogs.

Additional resources for faculty are available to view here.

* Learning objective:

* Will you be employing a student assistant?  

Yes    No

If yes, please list student name (if known):

Mode of instruction (check all that apply):

Weekly office hour instruction in target language

Weekly readings in target language

Regular papers written in target language

Term paper written in target language

Regular papers written on the basis of research conducted in target language

Term paper written on the basis of research conducted in target language

Other (please specify instructional method in 100 words or fewer:

* Does the material covered (choose one):

duplicate material on the syllabus in target language?

augment syllabus material with additional material in target language?

Other relevant info regarding your proposal: