Representing the Faculty
The Case Western Reserve Faculty Senate is composed of elected members of the university faculty, apportioned according to a formula specified in the Constitution of the University Faculty, found in the Faculty Handbook. In addition, there is an undergraduate student, a graduate student and a professional school student selected by their respective constituencies. The Faculty Senate is governed by the by-laws of the Faculty Senate.
The Faculty Senate has regular meetings, approximately once a month. Its powers and obligations include making recommendations to the University Faculty and to the President for consideration and transmittal to the Board of Trustees. Much of the work of the Faculty Senate is done through its committees.
Further general information about the Faculty Senate can be found in the Faculty Handbook. Feel free to contact us and to search this site using the box found on this page or search Case's entire web presence here.