University Administrative Units
Office of the President
The Office of the President supports the initiatives and work of University at Albany Interim President James R. Stellar
The Executive Committee of the University at Albany comprises leaders from a variety of disciplines and forms the President’s cabinet.
University at Albany Council
The Council serves as an oversight and advisory body to the campus, as well as UAlbany's president and senior administration. In accordance with New York State Education Law, the Council comprises 10 members.
The University Senate is a legislative arm of the faculty comprised of 81 faculty, professional, and student senators. Led by the Chair of the Senate and the Senate Executive Committee, it is responsible for advancing UAlbany’s academic mission through shared governance.
University at Albany Foundation Board
The University at Albany Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation organized for the purpose of encouraging philanthropic contributions. The Board of Directors comprises alumni, community and University representatives.
Established in 1923, the University at Albany Student Association, is the official on-campus undergraduate student government. The Student Association exists in order to provide and foster opportunities beyond those offered in the formal curriculum.
Graduate Student Association - GSA
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) Executive Board is made up of elected and appointed students. Various committees are responsible for GSA activities.