Advisory Committees

Advisory committees exist for college programs and services to receive advice and feedback from other members of the campus community and from area constituents. In most cases, membership on advisory committees is open to all interested members of the academic community.

CalWORKs Advisory Committee

Charge: The CalWORKs Advisory Committee reviews and makes recommendations on the development and implementation of the CalWORKS Program.
Membership: CalWORKs student representative(s); county representatives from the local job and career centers, and local business representatives; all interested members of the academic community.
Chair: Placement Project Specialist (CalWORKs)
Meetings: Annually

EOPS Advisory Committee

Charge:  The EOPS Advisory Committee assists the College in developing and maintaining effective Extended Opportunity Programs and Services.
Membership: The Committee shall consist of no fewer members than the members of the local Board of Trustees and should include representatives from college personnel; EOPS students; representatives from local or feeder high schools; representatives from the community and business sectors, and four-year colleges where possible.
Chair: Elected by the Committee
Meetings:  As needed and/or called by the EOPS Coordinator

Library and Learning Resources Committee

Charge: The Library and Learning Resources Committee monitors compliance with Accreditation Standard IIC and serves as an advisory group to support and advocate for the overall interests of the library and learning resources. In addition, the Committee provides input on policies, procedures and services, and considers how these things affect student-learning outcomes. The LLRC reports to and makes recommendations to the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, Communication & Learning Resources. The Chair of the Library and Learning Resources Committee serves as a member of the Accreditation Steering Committee.
Membership: Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, Communication & Learning Resources; Associate Librarians; Learning Resources Supervisor; interested members of the academic community.
Chair: Elected by the Committee
Meetings: Monthly or as required, Minutes

Student Success and Support Program

Charge: The Student Success and Support Program assists in recommending and reviewing policies, procedures and implementation of plans of action in the following areas: assessment, orientation, follow-up of student progress, advisement counseling and placement.
Membership: Dean of Student Services; Registrar; one student representative; Counseling Department Chair; Articulation Officer; one classified staff member from each of the following areas: Counseling; Admissions and Records; Assessment; Student Development, and the East Campus ; Department Chairs of Math, English, and ESL; all interested members of the academic community.
Chair: Dean of Student Services
Meetings:The third Wednesday of each month, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. in the Campus Center Conference Room.  Minutes