Voting eligibility & process

Please see Faculty Code § 1-4 for information on eligibility for voting.

On March 30, 2018, all members of the Voting Faculty will receive an email with a unique, individualized link to the balloting website.  The ballot email will carry the subject line “Faculty Elections Ballot 2018.”

To vote, simply click the balloting link and proceed through the pages to make your selections for each race for which you are eligible to vote. (The ballot will only offer you the races for which you are eligible to vote.) At the end, hit “submit,” and your vote will be registered.

If you believe you are eligible to vote but did not receive (or cannot find) your ballot, please contact our office right away 919-962-2146 or facgov@unc.edu.

2018 elections schedule

  • December 1: Final Voting Faculty list confirmed
  • December 1: Chair of the Faculty appointments to the Nominating Committee
  • December 8: Identify committee vacancies
  • December 15: Prepare and test Faculty Interest Survey; deploy when ready
  • December 15-January 12: Faculty Interest Survey open
  • December 22 (Deadline): Schedule Nominating Committee meetings (4 2-hr meetings)
  • January 8: Apportionment Day
  • January/February: Contact prospective candidates
  • January 30: Nominating Committee meeting 1
  • February 12: Nominating Committee meeting 2
  • February 14: Nominating Committee meeting 3
  • March 1: Tentative Nominating Committee meeting 4
  • March 2: Deadline for retired faculty candidates
  • March 9: Close and finalize ballot
  • March 9: Contact candidates regarding full voter guide entries
  • March 9: Abbreviated voter guide due to UNC Creative
  • March 12: Set up and test Qualtrics ballots
  • March 14: First draft of the Voter Guide due to OFG
  • March 15: Feedback on first draft of Voter Guide due to UNC Creative
  • March 15: Second draft of Voter Guide due to OFG
  • March 16: Feedback on the second draft of the Voter Guide due to UNC Creative
  • March 19: Final draft of Voter Guide to OFG
  • March 19: Final Voter Guide files due to University Gazette for publication
  • March 26: Deadline for email list from Retired Faculty Association
  • March 26: Finish ballot testing and schedule deployment
  • March 28: Abbreviated voter guide published in the University Gazette
  • March 30: Web full voter guide(s) published
  • March 30-April 9 at midnight: Faculty Elections
  • April 11: Ballot clean up; notify candidates of elections outcomes
  • April 12: Elections results announced to the General Faculty
  • April 13: Election results reported at Faculty Council

 

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