The Academic Senate provides the organizational framework that enables the faculty to exercise its right to participate in the University's governance. The faculty voice is formed through a deliberative process that includes the Standing Committees of the Senate, the Academic Council, the Assembly of the Academic Senate, and their Divisional counterparts. Consultation with the senior administration occurs in a parallel structure: at the systemwide level between the Academic Council Chair and the President; and on the campus level between the Divisional Senate Chairs and the Chancellors.
memorial to the regents
The U.C. Academic Senate petitions the Regents to divest the University’s endowment portfolio of all investments in the 200 publicly traded fossil fuel companies with the largest carbon reserves.
The voting period is now open and will close at 12:00 PM, Wednesday, June 26, 2019.
To vote, log in to the Data Management System (DMS) using your UCLA logon.
Academic Senate Elections for 2019-2020
The results for the 2019 Academic Senate Elections are now available.
Thank you for participating in shared governance!
Elsevier Presentation, Legislative Assembly Meeting (April 2019)
UCLA Budget Discussion, 2018-19 Fiscal Year (March 2019)
Message from Senate Chair Joseph Bristow
The UCLA Division of the Academic Senate wishes to announce that Academic Senate Chief Administrative Officer Linda Mohr, who has given sterling service to our office across the course of almost twenty years, has announced her retirement on Thursday, June 27, 2019. The UCLA Senate leadership wishes to thank Linda wholeheartedly for the exceptional support she has given to many of our different committees and councils over the years.
She joined UCLA in 1984, working for both administrative and academic departments before joining the Academic Senate Office in 1999.
Linda Mohr will be sorely missed by our office in particular and by the campus in general.