Chancellor's Staff Advisory Committee
UNC Asheville Board of Trustees
University Planning Council
Sexual Harassment Committee
Strategic Plan Committee
Distinguished Staff Member of the Year
What is CSAC?
Who we represent
The staff at UNC Asheville is comprised of exemplary professionals, dedicated to executing their responsibilities at the University with consistent care. Collectively, we provide the “oil” that makes the wheels of the university turn. These are the individuals who are represented by CSAC.
The history of staff organizations
Staff organizations were instituted within the University of North Carolina system in 1998 by President Molly Corbett Broad, who felt it important for chancellors to receive recommendations from the staff regarding issues that impact their institution. Our chancellor at the time was Patsy Reed who worked with a group of staff members to develop by-laws and an organization called the Chancellors Staff Advisory Committee (CSAC).
What we do
CSAC today is not much different from the CSAC of yesterday. However, CSAC has grown as a result of past efforts of many dedicated staff representatives. As an example, in the past, CSAC advocated for the right for staff to be involved in campus committees. Today, CSAC exercises that right. Following is a partial list of the committees on which CSAC members serve. This is a list that is constantly evolving. From time-to-time, this article will be updated as committees that have already served their purpose are deleted and those that represent new areas of involvement are added:
If you go to our homepage you will find the minutes from our meetings. These minutes will bring you up-to-date with what we are doing for the staff at UNC Asheville.
For CSAC to be effective, we will need staff cooperation. Although some of you do not have the time in order to be a representative, you can still contribute your ideas or suggestions by calling or e-mailing any of our representatives.