The Voice of the Faculty
The Faculty of The University of Montana-Missoula, in keeping with the traditions of American higher education, play a significant role in institutional governance.
Since 1961, the Faculty Senate has been at the center of faculty participation in the shared governance of the University. The Senate reviews, debates, and votes on issues pertaining to the academic welfare of The University of Montana in consultation and cooperation with the President and his administration.
Faculty are members of the University and have a vested interest in areas of academic excellence, as well as the general welfare of the institution. Committee service provides an opportunity to strengthen collegiality and shared purpose with fellow colleagues. Consultation with the expertise of the professorate assures the success of the University. Active faculty participation is needed for governing and ad-hoc committees to assure our joint success.
FY 17 FTE Reductions
- Communications from President Engstrom
- Faculty FTE Reductions by College/School
- Graduate Teaching Assistant FTE Reductions by College/School
Summarization of Budget Forum Emails Received to comments_faculty
o The Executive Committee of the Senate (ECOS) reviewed and summarized the feedback submitted to comments_faculty@umontana in response to the President’s remarks at the Campus Budget Forum, November 17, 2015.