Eligibility to nominate, to vote and to stand for nomination and election is governed by University Council By-law C: Elections and Appointments to the Council.
All alumni are invited, through the Queen's Alumni Review, to nominate fellow alumni to run for a four-year position on the University Council. Nominations must be submitted in writing by alumni and received by the University Secretary on or before a date specified by the University Secretary.
To be nominated, a candidate shall be nominated by at least two Alumni nominators. Additionally the Nominating Committee shall have the right to nominate candidates as it sees fit each year.
The Executive Committee will establish the ballot for the election and the Secretary of the Council shall immediately notify the nominees of their nomination.
Nominees are asked to provide a biography no longer than 90 words and photograph. These are optional.
The election shall be conducted in a manner and at such time or times as determined by the Nominating Committee, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee of the Council.
All valid ballots received by the Secretary of the Council on or before a date specified by the Nominating Committee shall be tabulated under the supervision of the Secretary of the University on the next working day. A tie shall be broken by lot. The Secretary of the Council shall then prepare and sign a report on the election results and forward it to the Executive Committee.
The Secretary of the Council will immediately notify the successful candidates. The election results are announced on the University Secretariat website and in the Queen's Alumni Review.
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