UPM’s governing body consists of nine members and is called the Executive Council. Six members are full time faculty members, elected by the full time members. Likewise, two members are part time members and are elected by part time members. One faculty member runs “at large” and is elected by the entire membership. There are a number of officers, including President, Chief Negotiator, Treasurer, and Grievance officer, which are appointed by the Executive Council. Our office support is provided by two part time secretaries. There are also a number of working committees made up of our officers and members at large. Some of these jobs are done voluntarily and some of them are paid.
Please refer to the Grievance FAQ page for common questions regarding grievance incidents and issues.
Use the online Grievance Contact Form to immediately report a potential grievance incident/issue.
You may also contact the Grievance Officer directly via email: Marco.Gonzalez@UPM.website
Please do NOT use any College of Marin phone or email communication for any UPM matter.
All UPM Officers and Committee members must complete a UPM Hourly Payroll Registration Form and return it to the UPM office comete and signed, in person, by mail or email.
To submit UPM Payroll Registration Form, please download and complete the UPM Hourly Payroll Registration PDF Form.
To submit UPM Stipend Hours, please download and complete the UPM Stipend Form.
To submit for UPM Reimbursement for mileage or purchases, please download and complete the UPM Reimbursement Form.
Completed forms may be submitted via UPM email or printed and submitted to the UPM office via inner office mail.
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You may also contact the Treasurer directly via email: Treasurer@UPM.website
Please do NOT use any College of Marin phone or email communication for any UPM communication or material.
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