Welcome to the Home of Central Faculty Governance at the University of Michigan
The Faculty Senate Office is the administrative home for Faculty Senate, Senate Assembly, and SACUA. The current structure of Central Faculty Governance has been in place for over fifty years. Through Faculty Senate, Senate Assembly, and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA), University faculty members have the opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns about University policy and other matters of University-wide concern.
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Your input is important to us. If you have questions about Central Faculty Governance, about participating, or if you have questions or concerns about a specific topic, please contact us. The Faculty Senate Office will get back to you within twenty-four business hours.
With great sadness, utmost respect, and deep sympathy for his family, we acknowledge the passing of H. Chandler Davis, courageous, stalwart and lifelong champion of academic and...
A Faculty Senate meeting took place on Monday, October 4. Over 350 faculty senate members participated via Zoom, 22 faculty senate members attended in person, and over 900 people viewed the livestream.
SACUA issued a statement condemning recent statements made by Regent Weiser. Faculty Senate members, lecturers, and clinical faculty had the opportunity to endorse the statement...
Access the Recording of the Event On February 16, 2021, the Faculty Senate hosted the 30th Annual Davis, Markert, and Nickerson Academic and Intellectual Freedom Lecture. To...
At its January 11, 2021 meeting, SACUA affirmed the SACUA Response to Political Violence with six votes in favor and one abstention.
The Senate Chair has shared an open letter created by a faculty member in Physics with Senate Assembly members so they can sign the letter if they wish, and share it with...
Some faculty members have asked who owns course content, including recorded lectures. The Faculty Senate Office obtained the answer to this question from the Center for Academic...
April 25, 2022
3:15 – 5:00 pm
April 11, 2022
3:15 – 5:00 pm
Anticipated Fall 2022