Faculty Constitution Description
A Graduate Council shall formulate all policies and regulations affecting graduate degrees in programs administered solely by Furman University and shall determine qualifications for membership in the graduate faculty.
Section 2. The Graduate Council shall be composed of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean, the Director of Graduate Studies (who shall serve as the chair), the Librarian, the chair (or designated representative) of each department that offers a graduate major, and two other faculty members, these last two to be nominated by the Nominating Committee and elected by the faculty.
Section 3. The Graduate Council shall report to the Curriculum Committee, as information, matters concerning graduate curriculum, and shall report to the Faculty of Furman University, for approval, all matters concerning admission requirements, degree requirements, and curriculum.
Section 4. All actions of the Council shall be subject to review by and approval of the President.
Membership Roster for 2013-14
Scott Henderson (EDU)
Julian Reed (HSC)
Annual Reports and Minutes
2008-2009 Academic Year
2007-2008 Academic Year
2006-2007 Academic Year
For earlier documents, consult the university archivist, Debbielee Landi.