Morris functions both as a unique campus and as part of the University as a whole. Morris has a campus governance structure that includes an Assembly and various committees. All campus constituencies are represented, including faculty, students, P&A (professional and administrative staff), and the United Staff Association (U.S.A.) of civil service and bargaining unit employees. Members of the Morris campus community also participate in University-wide bodies such as the all-University Senate. Faculty, staff and students participate in both campus and all-University governance.
To learn more about governance on the Morris campus, please review the Constitution and By-Laws.
Minutes for each committee may be found on that committee’s page.
- Academic Support Services
- Activity Fee Review
- Assessment of Student Learning
- Campus Consultative Committee
- Commission on Women
- Faculty & P&A Affairs
- Faculty Development
- Functions & Awards
- International Programs
- Morris Academic Staff Association
- Membership Committee
- Multi-Ethnic Experience
- Steering Committee
- Student Affairs
- United Staff Association
In addition to governance committees, the campus uses non-governance committees (i.e. task forces or workgroups) to carry out its responsibilities in a collaborative fashion.
Student Governance and Groups
Some material previously maintained online, including disbanded committee documents, search committee materials, budget taskforce items, or accreditation files, may be accessed with assistance from library personnel.