The Faculty Senate is the representative and deliberative body of the Faculties. Centrally involved in the governance of the university, it comprises elected members, deans of the colleges and schools, and ex officio members, including the Chancellor.
- COVID-19 Protocol Updates for Faculty
- Faculty, staff and postdoctoral fellow vaccination requirement
- Updates from 2020 Fall Faculty Assembly
- Wente Resolution
- Shared Governance
- Statement of Principles
- Academic Freedom
Tuition Benefit Updates for Faculty:
- Ed Assist Website updates August 2021
- Dependent Tuition for Faculty
- Tuition Benefit for Faculty Spouse
- Tuition Benefit for Faculty
August 11, 2020: Vanderbilt published its new Sexual Misconduct Policy. This policy incorporates the U.S. Department of Education’s new Title IX regulations which govern Vanderbilt’s procedures for investigating and adjudicating allegations of sexual harassment (as defined by the regulations). The regulations went into effect on August 14, 2020 and required Interim Changes to the Faculty Manual as they were not published until May 19, 2020, after the Faculty Senate was in recess for the summer.
Under Part I, Chapter 5 of the Faculty Manual, Interim Changes to the Faculty Manual may be necessary in response to regulatory changes. As the Faculty Senate comes back into session, the Faculty Senate and its Faculty Manual Committee will work with campus partners to review the Interim Changes and to refine them further. For more information on the new provisions, please see the Vanderbilt Sexual Misconduct Policy and/or this recent MyVU article .