Interfaculty Council

The Interfaculty Council  (IFC) was established in 1981 as the representative body of the faculty of all the schools to the President. Ex officio members serve as non-voting members.  The IFC acts in an advisory capacity to the President on issues related to:

      • faculty governance and academic affairs
      • faculty status, rights and responsibilities
      • administrative affairs


The IFC, by way of its relationship to the individual faculty governance organizations in each of the schools, is a conduit through which you can communicate with the university administration on matters of importance to all faculty.  Much of its work is done through its subcommittees.