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Elections of AAUP officers are conducted every four years and elections of Council members every two years, for staggered four-year terms, in even-numbered years.

Election Resources

AAUP Constitution (see Article 5 for nomination and election provisions)

Constitutional Amendment Proviso (approved June 15, 2019)

AAUP Election Rules

Weighted Voting and Delegate Credentialing Procedures

Election Guidance for Chapters

AAUP At-Large Chapter

Information on Sections

2020 Election Information

The AAUP Collective Bargaining Congress was a sister organization of the AAUP that operated from January 1, 2013 until December 31, 2019. Starting on January 1, 2020, members of the AAUP-CBC Executive Committee will serve on the transitional AAUP Council (for more information, visit this web page on restructuring).

2019 AAUP-CBC Election Information