Pima County Community College District Regulation
Regulation Title: College Standing Committees, Task Forces, and Faculty and Staff Governance Review Bodies
Regulation Number: RG-1502/A
Effective Date: 7/1/98
Approval Date: 2/17/98
Review Date(s): 2/27/01, 4/29/09
Revision Date(s): 2/16/04, 4/29/09
Sponsoring Unit/Department: Chancellor
Policy Title(s) & No(s): College Organization, BP-1502
Cross Reference: Prime Policy, BP-1101, Faculty Personnel Policy Statement
The Chancellor delegates to the Assistant Vice Chancellor the responsibility for maintaining an accurate listing of all of the College's standing committees and task forces, their charges, and the administrator to whom each committee or task force reports. College administrators will be responsible for developing recommendations for one-half of the appointments to College standing committees and task forces which they or their designee will co-chair, and also for annually submitting an updated charge and/or a recommendation for discontinuance of the standing committee or task force if the charge has been fulfilled or is no longer relevant. Chancellor's Cabinet will assume responsibility for reviewing and approving all administrative recommendations for appointments to College standing committees and task forces, and for approving the creation of all new College standing committees and task forces.
Faculty Senate and Staff Council serve as the formal governance review bodies for faculty and staff respectively, and the selection of members to them is governed by their respective charters. Faculty Senate is expected to apprise the Chancellor’s Office of any changes in that body's officers and charge (beyond that of providing formal feedback to the administration in the governance review process). Staff Council is expected to apprise the Chancellor’s Office of any changes in that body's officers and charge (beyond that of providing formal feedback to the administration in the governance review process).