Governance is a process involving students, classified staff, confidential employees/managers, faculty and administrators in deliberations regarding day-to-day and long-range planning and policies for the college. These deliberations lead to recommendations which the Superintendent/President carries forward to the Board of Trustees for final approval.
There are 5 standing governance committees; all governance subcommittees serve under the purview of one of these 5 standing committees: College Executive, Institutional Planning Coordination, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Administrative Affairs. All governance committees report to the College Executive Committee as stated in Administrative Regulation 2511 (AR 2511) the "Governance Document".
The "Blue List" provides information on committee meeting time, mission statement and composition of membership.
Administrative Regulation 2511, Governance Document.
Webpage maintained by Frankie Strong, Governance Office Email: Frankie Strong