(A) Any member(s) of any committee of the senate may report on any matter before the committee. A report by a minority of one may be denied a hearing by vote of two-thirds of the members of the senate present. A majority of the members of the senate present and voting may require a standing committee to report at the next regular meeting of the senate.
(B) Written notification of intent to present a report shall be submitted to the university senate office at least twelve days preceding the senate meeting. The steering committee shall decide whether a written report is required to be included with the senate agenda mailing.
(C) Reports on which no senate action other than acceptance is requested, may be distributed with the agenda and presented by the secretary of the university senate by reporting the title, source, and date of receipt. If an oral presentation of a written report is to be made at the senate meeting, such oral presentation shall be limited to a short summary of the written report and to responses to questions concerning the report from members of the senate.
(D) Reports for which written versions are not required by the steering committee may be included on the senate agenda. The secretary of the university senate shall be provided with a written synopsis when the report is presented.