Administration - Facts & Figures

Committees

Library Advisory Committee

The Library Advisory Committee is one of the Faculty Senate’s Joint Committees and Councils whose primary purposes are to facilitate communication between the Libraries and its academic clientele; to act as an advocate for the Libraries is universitywide decision-making groups; and to serve as an advisory council to the Libraries administration.  Membership is made up of one faculty member from each academic unit, one college dean, one department chair, one undergraduate student and one graduate student.  The Director of Libraries is an ex officio member.  The chair of the Committee is chosen each year from among the faculty representatives.  Faculty Senate Constitution

Student Advisory Board

Members of the Student Advisory Board meet with library administrators at least three times during a year-long appointment.  Advisory Board members have the opportunity to bring forward ideas for better library service and facilities, and to discuss library issues affecting the UCF student body.

 

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