Staff Council - Carnegie Mellon University


Staff Council (brochure) serves as the voice for staff at Carnegie Mellon University through policy advocacy and community involvement, providing an organization that enables staff to realize their full potential and impact their quality of life. The chief purpose of Staff Council is to examine matters related to all staff, and to formulate recommendations to the university administration. The responsibility of Staff Council is to represent all persons holding full- or part-time staff appointments at Carnegie Mellon who are not represented by the faculty organization or a bargaining unit.
Get Involved: Staff Council general body meetings, open to all staff members, are held from noon – 1 PM on the third Thursdays of the month. Click on "Meetings" in the left-hand navigation column for specific dates and locations.  Questions? Send email to

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In the News

Call For Presenters

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work

Staff Council’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work committee is looking for activity leaders/presenters and general volunteers to contribute their time and enthusiasm to this year’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day event, which will be held at CMU on Thursday, April 23, 2015.


Monday, March 30, 2015

2015 Staff Council Elections

Staff Council provides a forum for you to voice the concerns of staff.  Members work closely with Carnegie Mellon administrators to address current issues and develop the best solutions for the majority of staff.  Staff Council is a great way to meet new people and learn about important issues that face the University. MORE