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Academic Division Organization & Committees

Staff Senate

Staff Senate is the representative and deliberative voice for staff in matters relating to the University. It aspires to advance University excellence, to cultivate a positive and productive work environment for all, to support each staff member in the realization of his or her full potential, and to foster the highest possible quality of work life at the University. Staff Senate representatives consist of full-time or part-time staff who have been employed by UVA for a minimum of one year. 


A redesigned HR organization placing you at the center:

HR Community Circle

University Human Resources

Medical Center Human Resources

Retirement Administrative Committee

The Retirement Administrative Committee (RAC) assures the program goals of the University of Virginia Retirement Program are met. The Board of Visitors has overall responsibility for the Program and delegates Program administration to the RAC. The Program Administrator is the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer; RAC members are appointed by the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

The Committee is authorized to:

  • Establish and maintain Investment Procedures (IP) to meet program goals for investment options
  • Review the investment performance of the various investment funds offered to participants not less frequently than semi-annually
  • At least annually:
    • Review the investment funds for compliance with the guidelines established in the Investment Procedures
    • Make deletions or changes in investment funds offered under the Program
    • Review expenses paid by the Plans to ensure that they are reasonable and necessary
    • Report to the Finance Committee or its Appointees
  • Oversee:
    • The professionals whose expertise is deemed by the contracting officer to be appropriate and necessary
    • The communications provided to Plan participants regarding the investment alternatives offered by the Plan
  • As necessary make revisions to the Investment Procedures to reflect changing conditions within the Plan, or to refine the Investment Procedures in order to make them more effective