The purpose of the Florida Polytechnic University Faculty Assembly is to ensure effective shared governance between the university’s administration and faculty in all matters related to instruction, curriculum and program development, faculty hiring, research, academic advising and other areas related to the university’s academic mission. The assembly provides a collegial forum for open communication among faculty and between faculty and administration and advises the administration in all academic matters. The assembly is committed to promoting academic freedom, academic rigor, constructive dialogue and the professional development of the faculty. The assembly is also committed to furthering the University’s mission to prepare 21st century learners in advanced fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to become innovative problem-solvers and high-tech professionals through interdisciplinary teaching, leading-edge research and collaborative local, regional and global partnership.


Officers and Commitees

The Faculty Assembly has the offices of Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary. Every other year the assembly has a Chair-Elect.



The Faculty Assembly consist of four committess to help drive the goals and needs of the assembly. 



The faculty assembly will meet at least once a month during the fall and spring semesters of each academic year. These meetings will adhere to the following schedule. During the months of September, November, January and March, the meeting will occur on the first Tuesday of the month provided that the first Tuesday is a day on which class is scheduled; otherwise, the meeting will be moved to the second Tuesday. During the months of October, December, February, and April, the assembly will meet on the first Wednesday of the month provided that the first Wednesday is a day on which class is scheduled; otherwise, the meeting will be moved to the second Wednesday.

Faculty Assembly Documents