From the By-Laws of the Faculty Senate, By-Law VII., Item i.:
"1) The Committee on the University Libraries shall consist of the Vice President for University Technology, the University Librarian/Associate Provost, the Director of the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, the Director of the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, and Director of the Lillian and Milford Harris Library of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, all non-voting members ex officiis; nine voting at-large members who are full-time faculty members elected by the Faculty Senate, with no more than two from a constituent faculty; and three nonvoting student members including and one undergraduate student elected by the Undergraduate Student Government, one graduate student elected by the Graduate Student Council, and one postdoctoral scholar/fellow elected by the Postdoctoral Association. The term of membership for faculty members on the Committee on the University Libraries shall be three years; three members shall be elected each year. Each elected faculty member of the Committee shall be eligible for re-election only after the lapse of at least one year following the expiration of two consecutive three-year terms of membership. The term of membership for student and postdoctoral scholar/fellow members shall be one year, beginning immediately upon their election to the Committee at the first regular meeting of the Faculty Senate after Commencement each year. Student and postdoctoral scholar/fellow members shall be eligible for re-election annually. The Chair or thedesignee of the Committee on Information & Communication Technology shall sit as a voting ex officio on the Committee on University Libraries, and the Chair or the designee of the Committee on University Libraries shall sit as a voting ex officio member on the Committee on Information & Communication Technology.
2) The Committee on the University Libraries shall advise the University Libraries and the University administration on policies and procedures relating to the operations, facilities, and budget of the University Libraries. The Committee shall report regularly to the Senate, with recommendations as appropriate."