Faculty Participation in the Governance and Development of the University
The Tennessee State University Faculty Senate is a representative governing body elected by the Faculty. The Senate enables effective participation of the Faculty in the governance and development of the University, and it serves as a path of communication between the University's various constituencies. The Senate initiates, formulates, discusses and recommends academic and other related policies that affect more than one unit of the University. It also issues reports to the President of the University, and, through him or her, to the Tennessee Board of Regents.
The Faculty Senate meets on a monthly basis during the academic year. Senate meetings are held in the Faculty Senate Room located in the Floyd-Payne Campus Center, 302.
The next meeting will be held on:
Faculty Senate Room (Room 302)
in the Floyd-Payne Campus Center