The vital relationship between our member schools and the ACSA depends in large part on the ACSA Faculty Councilor in each school. This person provides an essential role regionally as a representative at ACSA business meetings; in the nomination of colleagues for service in ACSA or collateral organizations; as a liaison between the national office and their school; and as administrator of their school's vote on official ACSA business. Faculty councilors are the primary contact for the distribution of ACSA materials, publications, and communications. In short, the service of a school’s councilor is critical to the success of ACSA and its programs.
ACSA Faculty Councilors
Each ACSA full-member school should elect a faculty councilor to represent their school. Faculty councilors are faculty members who are elected by their faculties for a three-year term, and may be reelected for one additional three-year term. Duties of the faculty councilor include determining the vote of the member school on official Association business; serving as liaison between their school and both the national office and their regional director; participating in the regional council and soliciting student opinion from his/her school. Faculty councilors or a designee are expeted to attend the ACSA Annual Business Meeting (held at the Annual Meeting) and the Regional Business Meeting (held at the Fall Conference or via conference call). Following is a current list of ACSA Faculty Councilors. Update to update schools Faculty Councilor please contact Danielle Washington, ACSA Membership Manager, at email@example.com. + Click here for the list of ACSA FACULTY COUNCILORS
How to Update your Schools Faculty Councilor
Update to update schools Faculty Councilor please contact Danielle Washington, ACSA Membership Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on being a faculty councilor, contact the ACSA Director for your region.