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Constitution and Bylaws



The University Staff Council (USC) works with campus leadership to offer an effective partnership with colleagues from all campus employee groups in support of the university's mission. The USC serves on behalf of all university staff (represented and non-represented, limited-term and project appointment employees). The USC coordinates and promotes professional development opportunities through education, training and communication.


  • Advise administration on university issues.
  • Communicate with administrators and other university constituencies.
  • Promote professional development.
  • Promote participation of classified staff in university decision-making.
  • Evaluate and recommend modifications to existing and proposed university policies 
     and procedures affecting classified staff. 
  • Provide information on scholarship opportunities, grant availability and funding sources.
  • Maintain a comprehensive website of classified staff information/opportunities/resources.
  • Provide communication platforms for all classified staff.
  • Promote inclusion of classified staff on search committees and other university committees.