The Senate is responsible for the University’s academic policy. Its broad powers include regulating standards for admission, determining the contents and curricula of all courses of study, establishing requirements for graduation, conducting examinations and appointing examiners, and conferring degrees. There are up to 167 elected and ex-officio members of Senate who are representative of the University community. Much of its business is carried out through committees which report to the Senate at regular meetings.
Senate meetings take place normally on the fourth Thursday of each month.
- 2015-2016 Senate agenda packages and meeting synopses
- Archived Senate agendas, minutes and meeting synopses (past 5 years)
- Current officers and members of Senate
- Chairs of Senate and Senate Committees
- Composition of Senate (membership by category)
- Past officers of Senate
Standing committees and sub-committees of Senate have been established to assist Senate in carrying out its mandate, as follows:
- Academic Policy, Planning and Research Committee (APPRC)
- Academic Standards, Curriculum and Pedagogy Committee (ASCP)
- APPRC/ASCP Joint Sub-Committee on Quality Assurance
- Appeals (SAC)
- Sub-Committee on Honorary Degrees & Ceremonials
- Tenure and Promotions (T&P)
- Tenure and Promotion Appeals (STAPAC)