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WILLIAMS COLLEGE COLLEGE LAWS
 

Summary: 1
WILLIAMS COLLEGE
COLLEGE LAWS
ADOPTED BY THE PRESIDENT AND TRUSTEES OF WILLIAMS
COLLEGE ON APRIL 12, 1997
Amended October 17, 1998; June 5, 1999; October 5, 2001;
October 17, 2003; January 16, 2004; April 17, 2004; October 14, 2006;
October 6, 2007; May 31, 2008; and October 24, 2009
1. Governance. In accordance with the provisions of the charter, the government
and direction of Williams College are vested in the President and Trustees.
2. Number of Trustees. The number of the Trustees, including the President of the
College, shall be fixed from time to time by the Trustees and shall not be more than twenty-five
or less than eleven.
3. Election of Trustees. There shall be two classes of Trustees, other than the
President (who shall be a Trustee during the term of office):
a. Alumni Trustees. Five Alumni Trustees shall be elected by the Trustees, one each
year upon nomination of the Society of Alumni, each to serve for a term of five years. In case of
a vacancy in the position of Alumni Trustee, the Trustees may elect as successor to fill the
unexpired term that person who received the next highest number of votes in the election in
which the vacating Alumni Trustee was elected. If that person is not elected, the Trustees may

  

Source: Aalberts, Daniel P. - Department of Physics, Williams College

 

Collections: Physics