Chicago Statement: University and Faculty Body Support

By October 9, 2017

The following institutions or faculty bodies have adopted or endorsed the Chicago Statement or a substantially similar statement.

  1. Princeton University: Officially Adopted.
  2. Purdue University: Purdue Student Government Resolution: Officially Adopted.
  3. Johns Hopkins University: Officially Adopted.
  4. American University: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  5. Chapman University: Officially Adopted.
  6. Winston-Salem State University: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  7. University of Wisconsin system: Passed by Board of Regents.
  8. University of Virginia College at Wise: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  9. Columbia University: Officially Adopted.
  10. Louisiana State University: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  11. City University of New York: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  12. Franklin & Marshall College: Officially Adopted.
  13. University of Southern Indiana: Officially Adopted.
  14. University of Minnesota: Affirmed by Faculty Body.
  15. Washington University in St. Louis: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  16. Eckerd College: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  17. Vanderbilt University: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  18. University of Missouri system: Officially Adopted.
  19. Georgetown University: Officially Adopted.
  20. University of Montana: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  21. The Citadel: Officially Adopted.
  22. Kansas State University: Officially Adopted.
  23. Kenyon College: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  24. Claremont McKenna College: Officially Adopted.
  25. Amherst College: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  26. Michigan State University: Officially Adopted.
  27. Appalachian State University: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  28. State University of New York- University at Buffalo: Officially Adopted.
  29. University of Denver: Affirmed by Faculty Senate.
  30. Ashland University: Officially Adopted.
  31. Northern Illinois University: Officially Adopted.

 

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