|Policy Number: 206||Effective Date: 06/23/86|
|Policy Title: Faculty Meetings||Revised: 05/01/06; 07/01/10|
|Approval Date: 23 June 1986||President’s Signature: on file|
Faculty meetings are held at the call of the President or the Provost or when requested by 20 percent of the faculty (see definition of “Faculty” in West Liberty University Policy Number 207) or by a majority vote of the Senate. In Article VII, Section 1, of the Constitution of the Faculty Senate, the faculty has delegated its responsibilities to the Senate. The faculty has retained the right to review Senate actions as described in Article VII, Section 2, of the Constitution. Also, the general faculty has the right to amend the Constitution as described in Article IX.
A quorum for faculty meetings shall consist of those voting members in attendance.