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The materials below consist of regulations of the State University of New York Board of Trustees. However, it is not the Official Compilation of the Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the State of New York. Readers are advised to refer to the Official Compilation ( 8 NYCRR Part et seq )in case of questions.

PART 334

COLLEGE FACULTY

Sec.

334.1

Composition

334.2

Chair and presiding officer

334.3

Voting faculty

334.4

Responsibility

334.5

Bylaws

§ 334.1 Composition.

The faculty of each college shall be comprised of the chancellor, the chief administrative officer and other members of the voting faculty of the college, other members of the academic staff of the college, and such nonvoting administrative officers and professional staff as may be designated by the faculty bylaws of the college.

§ 334.2 Chair and presiding officer.

The chief administrative officer of the college shall be the chair of the faculty of each college. Each college faculty may provide for the selection of its presiding officer, in a manner to be specified in college faculty bylaws. Both the chancellor and the chief administrative officer shall be empowered to call meetings of the college faculty or the governance body of that faculty and of its executive committee. The agendum of each meeting of these bodies shall provide, as a priority order of business, an opportunity for both the chancellor and chief administrative officer to present their reports.

§ 334.3 Voting faculty.

The voting faculty of each college shall be composed of:

(a) the chancellor and the chief administrative officer of the college; and

(b) members of the academic staff of the college having academic rank and term or continuing appointment; and

(c) such other officers of administration and staff members of the college as may be specified by the faculty bylaws of the college.

§ 334.4 Responsibility.

The faculty of each college shall have the obligation to participate significantly in the initiation, development and implementation of the educational program.

§ 334.5 Bylaws.

(a) The faculty of each college shall prepare and adopt bylaws which shall contain: (1) provisions for committees and their responsibilities; (2) procedures for the calling and conduct of faculty meetings and elections; and (3) provisions for such other matters of organization and procedure as may be necessary for the performance of their responsibilities.

(b) Bylaws shall be consistent with and subject to the policies of the Board of Trustees of State University of New York, the laws of the State of New York, and the provisions of agreements between the State of New York and the certified employee organization established pursuant to article 14 of the Civil Service Law. Provisions of bylaws concerning consultation with the faculty shall be subject to the approval of the chief administrative officer of the college. All actions under bylaws shall be advisory upon the chancellor and the chief administrative officer of the college.