Our Purpose

The Classified Staff Council represents all Classified employees of the University of Northern Colorado.

The Council is recognized by the Board of Trustees as a Shared-Governance Group, and has representation on many University committees. While our primary purpose is to represent Classified Staff at UNC, we strive to promote activities which benefit not just Classified Staff, but all areas of the University community, including exempt staff, faculty, and students.

The Classified Staff Council serves as a liaison between the Classified Staff and the University Administration, as well as the Faculty Senate, Professional Administrative Staff Council (PASC), and the Student Senate.

Membership

The Classified Staff Council has up to 25 elected or appointed members from across campus, each of who serves a two-year term. Membership is open to any permanent UNC classified employee, and elections are held yearly in accordance with our Constitution and Bylaws. Additionally, one representative from each of the other campus governance groups is invited to serve on the CSC for a one-year term. These ex officio members are appointed by their respective groups.

Learn more about our current officers and current membership.

Council meetings

The Classified Staff Council General meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month in the University Center Council Room (second level), unless otherwise noted. The meetings are listed on UNC's calendar, and are announced through UNC Today daily newsletter.

Find out more about Council meetings.