Records of the Faculty Senate
Collection Scope and Content Summary
The records of the Faculty Senate consist of Senate committee files, meeting minutes, and subject files. The committee files are arranged alphabetically and include materials such as correspondence, reports, and notes from the Senate’s various committees. The minutes of Senate meetings are arranged chronologically. In addition to the actual minutes of meetings, this sub-series includes notes, handouts, and committee reports covered in general Senate meetings. The subject files are arranged alphabetically and include notes and other materials related to specific issues of concern to the University and the Senate. The committee and subject files have been cross-referenced with files covering similar materials.
- Texas Christian University. Faculty Senate (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Biographical / Historical
The Faculty Senate of TCU was founded in 1968. According to the constitution, the Faculty Senate may discuss and express views on any matter affecting the University, including educational policies, curricula, degree requirements, questions of academic freedom, studentfaculty relations, and faculty-administration relations. The Senate may also propose nominees for honorary degrees.
8.50 Linear feet
The records consist of committee files, meeting minutes, and subject files documenting the activities and interests of the Faculty Senate.
Arranged in three series with one addition: I. Committee Files, 1968-2000; II. Minutes, 1968-2000; III. Subject Files, 1967-2000; IV. Accession 2012-A-001, 1998-2003.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Guide to the Records of the Faculty Senate
- Compiled by Jensen Branscombe
- March 2009