Role of the Chancellor
Under the University of Guelph Act (1964) the Senate is responsible for the election of the Chancellor. The Chancellor, subject to the will of the Senate, holds office for a renewable three-year term.
The Chancellor is the titular head of the University and confers all degrees. The Chancellor is also an ex-officio voting member of the Senate and the Board of Governors.
Chancellor's Guiding Documents
The position of Chancellor is established in the University of Guelph Act (1964) and elected by Senate, in keeping with: