College Constitutions & Bylaws

College constitutions are governed by Board of Regents Policy: College Constitutions. College constitutions must be consistent with all Board of Regents and other University policies and procedures. To the extent that any provision of a college constitution conflicts with a Board or other University policy or procedure, the Board or other University policy or procedure will govern.

The Executive Vice President and Provost approves collegiate constitutions and all subsequent amendments. Please refer to the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost's College Constitutions and Bylaws page for amendment processes and other details.

College Name and Abbreviation Constitution Bylaws Policies
Allied Health Programs, Center for (CAHP) Constitution (CAHP) Bylaws (CAHP)
Biological Sciences, College of (CBS) Constitution (CBS) See constitution
Continuing and Professional Studies, College of (CCPS) (Not applicable) (Not applicable)
Dentistry, School of (Dentistry) Constitution (Dentistry) Bylaws (Dentistry)
Design, College of (CDes) Constitution (CDes) Bylaws (CDes)
Education and Human Development, College of (CEHD) Constitution (CEHD) See constitution
Extension, University (Extension) Constitution (Extension) See constitution
Hubert H Humphrey School of Public Affairs (HHH) Constitution (HHH) See constitution
Law School (Law) Constitution (Law)
Liberal Arts, College of (CLA) Constitution (CLA) See constitution
Libraries, University (Libraries) Constitution (Libraries) Bylaws (Libraries)
Management, Carlson School of (CSOM) Constitution (CSOM) Bylaws (CSOM)
Medical School (MED) Constitution (MED) Bylaws (MED)
Nursing, School of (SON) Constitution (SON) Bylaws (SON)
Pharmacy, College of (Pharmacy) Constitution (Pharmacy) Bylaws (Pharmacy)
Public Health, School of (SPH) Constitution (SPH) Bylaws (SPH)
Science and Engineering, College of (CSE) Constitution (CSE) See constitution
Veterinary Medicine, College of (CVM) Constitution (CVM) See constitution