Bloomsburg University

University Wide Committee Elections

The 2017-18 University-Wide Committee Elections will be held this spring. The Call for Nominations is available by CLICKING HERE and Nomination Form by CLICKING HERE.  Please consider nominating yourself or a colleague for one or more committee positions.  Return the nomination form to Jill Bond in the APSCUF Office, 14 Waller or by e-mail to  A nomination will not be accepted unless a complete nomination form is submitted.  A nomination is accepted for consideration only after the nominee receives a confirmation by email. Accepted nominations will be reviewed by the Nominations, Elections & Rules Committee to verify the eligibility of the nominee for the committee(s) listed.

The current list of nominations can be found by CLICKING HERE


Nominations Deadline: Friday, April 7, 2017, 3:00 PM

Dr. William Calhoun

Chair, APSCUF/BU Nominations, Elections & Rules Committee


APSCUF/BU Committee Elections

Please see the results of the elections by CLICKING HERE.  

Please see the results of the runoff elections by CLICKING HERE.

Thanks to all who voted.

Dr. William Calhoun

Chair, APSCUF/BU Nominations, Elections & Rules Committee


  • Master Meeting Schedule
  • Healthcare details
  • PASSHE Technology Transfer and Commercialization (click on the Faculty Guide on right side of page)
  • APSCUF-BU Bylaws
  • Tenure Criteria and Procedures (Approved 10/31/05)
  • Collective Bargaining Agreement - Article 15 - Tenure
  • Note: While every effort is made to make sure the documents above are the most recent versions, faculty are encourage to double check them against the documents on the (S:) Drive.


  • BU university-wide committees description (PDF)
  • BU university-wide committee membership, 2016-17 (PDF)
  • APSCUF/BU Committees (PDF)
  • APSCUF/BU Gender Issues and Social Justice committee information (PDF)
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    Please take a little time next week to cast your ballot in this important election!




    Dr. William Calhoun, chair