• Architecture and Art
  • Steve Buckley, Business and Management
  • John Stevens, Engineering
  • Stuart Robinson, Humanities
  • Waclaw Timoszyk, Math and Science
  • James Ryan, Social Sciences


  1. provides faculty input for creating budget policies;
  2. provides faculty input to the current budgetary process through its five votes on the University Budget and Finance Committee and makes recommendations on the Annual Budget to the Faculty Senate;
  3. informs the faculty about the budgetary process;
  4. reviews declarations of financial exigency and forwards its findings to the Faculty Senate;
  5. provides faculty input for the review and development of faculty benefits.


As a standing committee of the Faculty Senate, the Committee on Finance and Benefits reports directly to that body through oral and written reports, including an annual year-end summary of the committee’s work.