The Standing Committees are an avenue to bring together members of the College from all constituencies and components of the administrative structure who represent various interests and levels of expertise. 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 making recommendations, identifying, studying and reviewing issues, recommending and making recommendations concerning services and programs. Members participate in planning for the future by developing activities to further institutional directions. Committees have the responsibility to foster a climate of mutual trust, mutual resolution, positive communication skills and timely reporting mechanisms.
Click on the name of a Standing Committee in the left menu bar of this page to access minutes, membership and other information on any of the SCC Standing Committees. Use this link to view the Standing Committee Meeting Schedule.
Note: Committee charges were updated through the Participatory Governance process with new charges approved May 2010. The Committee Charge Review document includes the former and current committee charges. Changes will be effective for the 2010-11 academic year.