The College Senate is composed of 85 to 100 members. The University Faculty Senator, the officers of the Faculty (Presiding Officer, Vice Chair, Past Chair, Secretary, Treasurer), the President of the College (ex officio Chair of the Faculty), the Provost, all Vice Presidents, and the Dean of the College are members of the College Senate by reason of their offices. The administrative faculty are represented by eight senators, two each from Academic Affairs, Administration and Finance, and Student Services; one from College Advancement and one elected at-large. Seventeen Senators are representatives of the student body and enjoy full parliamentary rights within the College Senate. The teaching faculty of the College are represented by eighteen Faculty Senators elected at-large apportioned between those with six or fewer years of service and those with six or more years of service. Each College Department is represented in the College Senate according to a formula described in the Constitution.
In the event of any conflict between information in this web site and the archived copy of The Constitution of the Faculty of the State University of New York at Geneseo as maintained by the Presiding Officer of the Faculty , the information contained in the archived Constitution shall be assumed to be correct.