Participatory Decision Making
The shared governance Standing Committees bring together members of the College from all constituencies and components of the administrative structure to represent various interests and levels of expertise. Committees have the responsibility to foster a climate of mutual trust, mutual resolution, positive communication skills, and timely reporting.
Standing Committees participate in the decision-making process within the scope of their committee charge. The intent of the committee responsibility varies from committee to committee but may include identifying, studying and reviewing issues, and making recommendations to Executive Council concerning services and programs. Committees may appoint subcommittees as needed.
Committee Tri-Chairs meet annually with Executive Council to discuss issues or problems with the committee structure, identify areas in the process which need improvement, and have an opportunity for communication and collaboration among committees (where appropriate).
Click on the name of a Standing Committee in the yellow menu bar to access charge, minutes, membership and other information on any of the SCC Standing Committees.
Use this link to view the Standing Committee Meeting Schedule.