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Constitution: Article III

(Archived 4/28/16)

Amendments

Amendments to this Constitution may be proposed by the Faculty Senate or by any one of the Faculties of the several Schools or Colleges. Except as otherwise provided in this Constitution, amendments shall become effective when approved by two-thirds of those present and voting at a meeting of the Faculty Assembly. At least one month before such meeting, the members of the Faculty Assembly shall be notified in writing of the proposed amendments. [1967]

Also see: Article I The Faculty Assembly | Article II The Faculty Senate | Article IV Ratification | Rules of Order ]