Department of Classics' governance is made by: Director, Department's Commission and Department's Council.
The Director responds to the law on behalf of the Department, he also promotes and secures both cultural autonomy and unity inside of it. He's granted with organizational and administrative autonomy in expences, contracts and conventions about the Department, with both public and private subjects, according to current laws.
The RAD, in charge of the administrative staff, helps the Director in management, also manages accounting and administrative matters, under her own responsibility.
The Department Commission and the Department Council decide and counsel on every topic of interest.