(A) A college or academic unit that appoints clinical faculty determines the level of participation in college and departmental structures.
(B) A college or academic unit that appoints clinical faculty and elects senators may, by vote of at least a majority of all of its tenure-track faculty, determine that the regular clinical track members of its faculty are eligible for election to the university senate.
(C) Following approval by a college or academic unit of eligibility of its clinical faculty for election to the senate under the foregoing paragraph:
(1) For purposes of selection of university senators, the electorate for the college or academic unit shall be composed of all tenure-track and clinical faculty.
(2) Any clinical faculty member appointed by the college or academic unit may stand for election to serve as a representative in the senate.
(3) The minimum and maximum numbers of clinical track faculty from each college or academic unit that may serve as representatives in the senate shall be determined by majority vote of tenure-track and clinical faculty appointed by that college or academic unit within the limits provided for in paragraph (C)(4) of this rule.
(4) One senator or not more than forty-five per cent of the senators representing that college or academic unit, whichever is greater, may be clinical faculty of the college or academic unit.