University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University Council | University of Illinois Archives
The University Council consisted of the President; the Provost; the Comptroller; the Chancellors in charge of the Medical Center, Chicago Circle and Urbana-Champaign campuses; the deans and directors of independently organized schools, divisions and institutes; officers who report directly to the President and five members chosen by the University Senates. It acted as adviser to the President and made general budgetary recommendations to him. The Council may elect a Consultative Committee to advise the President. The University Council, successor of the University Council on Administration, served as a consultative, advisory and decision-making body on a University-wide basis. At their meeting of June 11, 1969, the members of the Council unanimously recommended that the Council be dissolved. On July 23, 1969, the Board of Trustees approved the recommendation.
Consultative Committee: From 1950 to 1965, the Committee was known as the Executive Committee.
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