The Military Education Council
- The Military Education Council is a campus body charged with reviewing staff appointments in military departments; reviewing and supervising the military education curricula; administering related budget, space, interdepartmental liaison and contract negotiations; and ensuring academic freedom within military departments. The Council is composed of a chair and one non-voting member appointed by the Chancellor; six civilian faculty members elected by the Senate; one undergraduate and one graduate or professional student, both elected by the Senate; the three military department heads ex officio with vote; and one student appointed by the Armed Forces Council. Terms of elected faculty and student members start August 16. The six civilian faculty members are elected for two-year terms, three of them being elected each year. Three of them must be senators, and three need not be. The student members chosen by the Senate are elected for one-year terms and need not be senators.
from the Bylaws of the Senate, Part F