Faculty Governance at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is the exercise of the authority of the Faculty including management of the curriculum.  Faculty Governance is led by the Faculty Council which is comprised of one elected voting member from each academic unit and a number of ex-officio members.  The Faculty Council is a policy making and consultative body, responsible for the quality of instruction and scholarship at the University as outlined by the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina. 

This website provides information on the Faculty Council, the Committees of the Faculty Council, the Course and Curriculum Management Process, and other aspects of Faculty Governance at UNC Charlotte.


Committees of the Faculty Council


Elected Faculty Governance Positions


Course & Curriculum Proposals per Year