College Faculty Assembly & General Faculty Assembly Voting Members

College Faculty Assembly

The voting membership of the College Faculty Assembly consists of (1) all full-time faculty who hold tenured, tenure-track, or continuing non-tenurable appointments (i.e., all full-time faculty except those with temporary appointments); (2) administrators who have faculty rank of Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor; and (3) faculty with part-time teaching assignments (a) whose instructional load has been at least half-time for two consecutive years and (b) whose instructional appointment is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.

General Faculty Assembly

The voting membership of the General Faculty Assembly includes: (1) all members of the College Faculty Assembly; (2) President, Provost, Dean of the Faculty, Vice President for Labor and Student Life, Vice President for Alumni and College Relations, Vice President for Finance, and the Vice President for Operations and Sustainability; (3) up to 60 divisional delegates appointed for three-year terms, and subject to reappointment, by the above administrators from their respective areas; (4) up to 39 at-large delegates elected for staggered three-year terms by the regular/full-time non-teaching employees and regular part-time non-teaching employees who have been at least half-time for two consecutive years (Each year, all eligible non-teaching employees who wish to be on the ballot will be placed on the ballot; each eligible non-teaching employee will receive a ballot and will be allowed to vote for up to five delegates; the top thirteen vote-getters will be members of the GFA for three years. Other vacancies, if any, will be filled by the next highest vote-getters to complete the term of the individuals who vacated the positions); (5) a maximum of 12 Student Government officers as selected by the Student Government Association; and (6) anyone serving on an approved council or committee in the shared governance system, including groups (committees, task forces, teams, etc.) put together by the Executive Council, for the duration of their service. For the 60 appointed divisional delegates referred to in (3) above, the President may appoint up to 3 delegates; the Provost and the Dean of the Faculty together may appoint up to 24 delegates from the Academic Division; the Vice President for Labor and Student Life may appoint up to 7 delegates; the Vice President for Alumni and College Relations may appoint up to 8 delegates; the Vice President for Finance may appoint up to 2 delegates; the Vice President for Operations and Sustainability may appoint up to 10 delegates; the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion may appoint up to 1 delegate; the Chief Information Officer may appoint up to 1 delegate; and the Dean of Labor may appoint up to 1 delegate.

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