The Senate is established in conformity with the University Act and is responsible for policies concerning student evaluation, withdrawal, academic standing, appeals, grading, awards for excellence and curriculum content. The Board of Governors obtains advice from Senate on a variety of matters.
Senate is composed of 26 voting representatives which include ten faculty, five Deans, four Students, two Staff, the Chancellor, President, the Academic Vice-President, University Librarian and one Alumni Member appointed by the President.
In addition, there are non-voting members which include a Board member, the Registrar, representative from Faculty, Staff and the Student Union, and from each Faculty, there is an alternate member that becomes a voting member when one of the voting members of that Faculty is away.
- Orientation (pdf)
- Handbook (pdf)
Senate Agendas & Minutes
Agendas & Minutes available for download