University Council is the governing board of the institution (sometimes called a Senate or a Board of Governors). It is collectively responsible for overseeing the institution's activities, determining its future direction and fostering an environment in which the institutional mission is achieved.
It makes final decisions on matters of fundamental concern to the institution. Council is responsible for approving and monitoring the strategic direction of the University, appointing the Vice-Chancellor (CEO) and monitoring their performance, and monitoring the health and performance (particularly financial) of the University and its management.
In 'University Council':
Individual Council members and their biographies.
The Victoria University Council meets at least five times a year. This page lists dates of Council mee...
Council policy, procedures & legislation
The work of Council is built upon a framework of legislation (the Act, Statutes and Regulations) and a...
Guidelines for Council submissions
Provides guidelines for Council submissions, which need to be in a specific format.
Compliance, Audit & Risk Committee
Oversees the management of risk within the University.
The Resources Committee oversees the management of University resources.