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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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Request for faculty input on the chancellor search

Chair of the Faculty Beth Moracco sent a message to the faculty today about the chancellor search. Click this link to view the email. Dear Colleagues, I hope you are managing to stay cool and are finding some respite and … Read more

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In remembrance of former Chair of the Faculty Richard N. “Pete” Andrews

We were saddened to learn of the passing of past Chair of the Faculty Pete Andrews. Professor Emeritus Richard “Pete” Andrews from the Department of Public Policy served as faculty chair from 1997 to 2000. In retirement, he was always … Read more

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Fostering empathy and respect on campus

Statement from Chair of the Faculty Beth Moracco about the necessity to foster a climate of empathy and respect on campus Amidst the turmoil of the past seven months, we as a campus community have had differences of opinion, which … Read more

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A Message For Our Community About This Week’s Events

Dear colleagues: These last few days of our spring semester have been extraordinarily difficult. The presence of armed law enforcement officers on our beloved campus, arrests of students and members of our community, and images of violence on our grounds … Read more

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