Nominations To Senior College Board Of Trustees

  • A Senior College Board nominee must be a member of Senior College, and, if the nominee has previously served on the board for two consecutive three-year terms, s/he must have been off the board for at least three years (p. 6 of the Handbook).
  • One may nominate oneself to be a member of the SC Board of Trustees.
Nominations to Board of Trustees
Background and/or employment history relevant to the duties and expectations of an SC board member (see “Duties and Expectations of Board Members” listed below the form)
Evidence of commitment to Senior College: committee service, volunteering, teaching, taking courses, etc.
Other reasons to expect the nominee to be an excellent choice for the Senior College Board
Sending

DUTIES AND EXPECTATIONS OF THE SENIOR COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (p. 19 of Handbook)

DUTIES

  • To manage and administer the business of Senior College
  • To develop rules, regulations, and policy for the organization and functioning of SC
  • To approve an annual budget
  • To elect Board officers
  • To appoint a member, nominated by the Nominating Committee, to fill a vacancy for the remaining term

EXPECTATIONS OF BOARD MEMBERS

  • To attend and participate in Board meetings, which are generally held monthly, but may occur more or less frequently
  • To notify the President of an expected absence
  • To prepare for meetings by reading material sent/emailed before the meeting about issues to be discussed or voted on
  • To read and reply to communications regarding Board business, when requested, between meetings
  • To complete tasks agreed upon at Board meetings
  • To periodically serve on committees or task forces