ABOUT THE LIBRARIES
UW Library Council
Established in 1997 by UniReg 702
What is the Library Council?
- The purpose of the council is to advise and assist the libraries on issues and policies related to strategic planning, organization, operations, and resource allocation. It reports to the vice-president for Academic Affairs.
- The council's membership represents all colleges on campus, the libraries, undergraduate and graduate students, university administrators, and one outside member.
- Members of the university are welcome to attend library council meetings.
- For times and agenda items of council meetings contact the Administrative Office of the UW libraries, council members or the current chair of the council.