The University Senate Office holds elections each year to fill Senator vacancies that arise in the following constituencies: staff (exempt/non-exempt), full-time and part-time lecturers, emeritus faculty, research faculty, adjunct faculty/professors of the practice, and undergraduate and graduate students. These elections take place online on the Senate website. Faculty Senators are elected through their academic units (not via the Senate website) for a three-year term. Each college may elect one representative for every 17 faculty or majority fraction thereof. (Any school or college with fewer than 11 faculty members may elect one representative.) Each staff category elects one representative for every 200 full-time employees for three-year terms (those with fewer than 200 may send one representative). Undergraduate students are elected by their colleges, with one representative for every 1000 full-time undergraduate majors, for a one-year term. Graduate students elect ten representatives at large for one-year terms. Full-time and part-time lecturers, contingent staff, emeritus faculty, research faculty, adjunct faculty/professors of the practice, and athletic head coaches each elect one representative from among their ranks for a one-year term. Deans are voting ex-officio members, and the President and Vice Presidents are non-voting ex-officio members.