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Faculty Council

The Faculty Council makes university-wide educational policies and recommends recipients for honorary degrees and special awards. Meeting materials, membership records, memorials and resolutions are found here.


Faculty Code and Faculty Handbook

The Faculty Code of University Government provides the framework for faculty governance at Carolina. The Faculty Handbook is a portal to policies and resources for teaching, research and professional development opportunities.



Committees advise the faculty and administrators on a range of issues related to teaching, research and campus climate. A list of committees and their charges, memberships and reports are found here.


Get Involved

Nearly three hundred faculty from across the University participate in campus-wide faculty governance every year.

Faculty members serve on the Faculty Council and a diverse array of committees that take up issues such as undergraduate educational policy, promotion and tenure decisions, fixed-term faculty policies, varsity athletics, diversity and faculty welfare. We welcome faculty members to contact us at any time to express interest in service.

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Election results

The 2024 faculty election concluded last night. The votes have been confirmed and the results can be found at this link. Many thanks to all who participated in this year’s election!

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Faculty Forum on the Chancellor Search

Faculty are invited to attend a listening session on the search. Monday, April 29, 20243-4 p.m.1001 Kerr Hall (Pharmacy) with a remote option. Registration is required for remote attendance only. Use the form below to request a Zoom link by … Read more

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Annual faculty election opens today

All members of the voting faculty were sent a ballot for the faculty election this afternoon. The ballot is an online survey that closes at midnight on Wednesday, April 17. Please feel free to contact us at with any … Read more

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Faculty to vote on amendments to The Faculty Code

Members of the voting faculty are asked to vote on resolutions to amend The Faculty Code of University Government, our university’s foundational document for faculty governance. Amendments to The Faculty Code require two votes: one by the Faculty Council, and … Read more

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