Superior Councils

 The Superior Councils are decision-making bodies of the University superior administration. The Councils’ Executive Office is responsible for the support to the Superior Councils.

Click on the documents of the Superior Councils.

Consun

The University Council (“Consun”) is the highest decision-making body at FURG aimed to establish the University policy and to work as an appealing body in the decisions made by the Council for Teaching, Research, Extension and Administration (“Coepea”) in the first and single instance.

The University Council is composed by:
- the Rector, as the President;
- the Vice-Rector, as the Vice-President;
- 01 (one) representative for each academic unit;
- representatives of professors;
- representatives of staff;
- representatives of undergraduate students;
- representatives of graduate students;
- representatives of the society.

The last ex-Rector who had fully accomplished its mandate is also a member of the University Council. The representatives have a two-year mandate. The representatives of the Society are indicated by the University-Society Integration Council.

Coepea

The Council for Teaching, Research, Extension and Administration (Coepea) is the highest decision-making body concerning administration, didactic-scientific, technological and cultural issues, aiming to assure the full functioning and development of teaching, research and extension.

Coepea is structured in boards, according to the University’s Internal Rules of Procedures. The boards are thematic deliberative bodies, composed by representatives of the Institutional Units.

The Council for Teaching, Research, Extension and Administration is composed by:
- the Rector, as the President;
- the Vice-Rector, as the Vice-President;
- the Pro-Rectors;
- Heads of Academic Units;
- 01 (one) chosen representative among the members of each board;
- representatives of professors;
- representatives of administration and staff;
- representatives of undergraduate students;
- representatives of graduate students.

The ways to choose the representatives, as well as its proportion, are defined by the University Internal Rules of Procedures.

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