The Administrative Faculty Senate (AFS) is a legislative body representing the Administrative Faculty at Southern Connecticut State University.
The major function is to provide voice regarding the governance and policy-making decisions of the university. The AFS serves in an advisory capacity to the President of Southern Connecticut State University and may offer advice in all matters affecting the quality and mission of the university.
These members shall be responsible for proposing changes in the policies and procedures of the University. The membership of the senate consists of all Management/Confidential employees that are not current members of the President’s Leadership Team as well as all State University of Administrative Faculty (SUOAF) members. There are a total of 30 senators representing all areas of the university administration.
Powers and Responsibilities
Within the limits imposed by the Board of Trustees for the State Universities, institutional policies of the University are a concern of the Administrative Faculty Senate (AFS) of the University.
The Administrative Faculty Senate (AFS) serves in an advisory capacity to the President of the University and may offer advice in all matters affecting the quality and the mission of the University.
The Administrative Faculty Senate is the sole legislative body representing the Administrative Faculty. Therefore, all Administrative Faculty Senate committees shall report directly to the Administrative Faculty Senate. Any operational questions arising out of the work of a committee shall be decided by the Administrative Faculty Senate.
The following serve as the Administrative Faculty Senate Executive Committee: