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University Senate

Includes faculty, academic professionals, civil service staff, and student representatives from the UMC, UMD, UMM, UMR, and UMTC campuses.

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The next University Senate meeting is April 3, 2014.

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Faculty Senate

Includes faculty and faculty-like academic professional representatives from the UMC, UMD, UMM and UMTC campuses.

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The next Faculty Senate meeting is April 3, 2014.

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Student Senate

Includes student representatives from the UMC, UMD, UMM, UMR, and UMTC campuses.

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The April 3, 2014, meeting has been Cancelled. The next Student Senate meeting is May 1, 2014.


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P&A Senate

Includes academic professional and administrator representatives from the UMC, UMD, UMM, UMR, and UMTC campuses.

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The next P&A Senate meeting is April 4, 2014.

Click Here to view the March 7, 2014 P&A Senate agenda.


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Civil Service Senate

Includes civil service staff representatives from the UMC, UMD, UMM, UMR, and UMTC campuses.

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University Senator Orientation

This link provides a collection of brief online modules that introduce University senators to the governance process.

Senate Organizational Chart (PDF)

Senate Overview (PDF)

University Senate Centennial

During 2012-13, the University Senate celebrated a century of shared goernance at the Univeristy. Information from these meetings and a video history with Professor Emeritus Hy Berman are available.