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Started in 1994, the Staff Senate serves as an advisor and a channel of communication to the President and the President's cabinet in the areas of policy and procedures, which affect the quality of the staff's work-life and their level of contribution to the strategic goals of the University.
The Staff Senate consists of 20 staff members, 16 members from the exempt staff category and four members from the excluded non-exempt staff category. Each Senator serves a two-year term.
We advocate on behalf of UMB staff with regard to University policies and procedures that affect eligible employees; work environment and staff morale; and issues impacting wages, benefits, and working conditions. We also lead many Universitywide community outreach activities.
Do you see something around campus that bothers you? Do you think something needs to be fixed or improved? The Staff Senate represents you and we want to hear what you have to say.