Meetings of the Ohio Faculty Council are open to the public. Individuals interested in attending a meeting of the Ohio Faculty Council are encouraged to notify one of the officers of their interest in attending so that arrangements can be made for them to have access to the basement conference room at 25 S. Front Street, Columbus, OH.
Next Meeting: Friday, February 10, 2017
About the Ohio Faculty Council
The Ohio Faculty Council (OFC), recognized by the Chancellor and the Ohio Board of Regents (see Directive 2009-026), represents the faculty at all of the four-year public colleges and universities in the State of Ohio.
The OFC addresses concerns common to faculty members of the four-year public colleges and universities and issues crucial to the citizens of Ohio related to higher education.Based on shared information and active discussion,the OFC presents a faculty perspective on major issues affecting higher education to the Chancellor, the Ohio Board of Regents, officials of the State of Ohio, the administrations of four-year public institutions of higher education, and the general public.
The OFC advocates shared institutional governance so that faculty participate in a substantial way in formulating academic policies appropriate to each college or university.
The OFC espouses strong and consistent faculty influence at the state level on issues and policies related to higher education.Based on its representational nature, the OFC adopts resolutions and takes other public positions on behalf of the faculty at the four-year public colleges and universities in the State of Ohio.
The OFC maintains a permanent liaison with the Ohio Faculty Senate of Community and Technical Colleges.