1.  The Nominating Panel shall nominate one or more candidates for each office.  There may be additional nominations from the floor.

2.  Nominate candidates for the following positions:

                   (One from Camden, one from Newark, one from New Brunswick, one from Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, two at-large) (One from Camden, one from Newark, one from New Brunswick, one from Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences) Note: The Chairperson of the Senate is, ex officio, the third BOG Representative. 3.  In each case, prior consent of the nominee must be obtained before being placed on the slate presented to the Senate. [Note: If you are not self-nominating, please consult with your nominee to determine his or her willingness to become a candidate before making the nomination.]

4.  In preparing the slate, the Nominating Panel shall consult with the Executive Secretary of the Senate, who will serve as a non-voting, ex officio member of the panel.

5.  The report of the panel shall be circulated to members of the Senate-elect at least five days before a special meeting of the Senate-elect to be held on May 3 for the purpose of electing officers.

University Senators may nominate candidates for 2019-2020 Senate officers and board representatives. The deadline for nominations to reach the Senate office is Noon on Monday, April 29, 2019.  (Nominations may also be made from the floor during the appropriate phase of the May 3 Senate meeting.)


Please FIRST confirm with the person you are nominating that he or she is willing to stand for election. Self nominations are appropriate, and welcomed. Then:

Email ( the following information to the Senate Executive Secretary:
1.  Your name and the unit you represent in the Senate
2.  Whether you are a student, faculty, alumnus, staff or administrator Senator
3.  The NAME of the person you are nominating
4.  The POSITION for which you are nominating that person
5.  Whether your NOMINEE is student, faculty, staff or alumnus
6.  The reason(s) you believe this nominee should be elected to the position. In most cases this will be the self-nominee's "campaign statement," which will be published along with the slate of candidates for the Senate's information