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Administrative Affairs 2020/2021

The Administrative Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee to ensure the proper and efficient administrative operation of the District. , Activities: Develops the administrative Services component of the Strategic Master Plan. , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the Administrative Services area. , Develops plans, policies and procedures for facilities planning, renovation and maintenance. , Develops plans, policies and procedures for the parking operation of the District , Develops plans, policies and procedures for the safe operation of the District. , Develops and reviews Board Policies and Administrative Regulations relative to the Administrative, Human Resources and Business operations of the District. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, December 8, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM. President's Conference Room.

College Executive 2020/2021

The College Executive Committee constitutes an effective means of gathering information, deliberating and reporting on issues of concern to the college. College Executive has several subcommittees that report directly to it.  College Executive is the highest governance committee on campus and approves all recommendations that the Superintendent/President is charged with carrying forward to the Board. Activities: Serves as the highest and final level of review on governance issues. , Serves as the review body for governance items going to the Board of Trustees. , Serves as the college’s Committee-On-Committees.  It directs governance items through the process. , Reviews the report of the Budget subcommittee and makes appropriate recommendations on the annual budget. , Establishes and coordinates the mechanism for long-range planning and the development of the College Master Plan. , Serves as an appeals body for items rejected at a lower-level in the governance process. , Oversees the… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, December 8, 2020, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Enrollment Management 2020/2021

The mission of the Enrollment Management Committee is to coordinate the efforts by which students are enrolled and class sections are offered in order to achieve maximum access, retention, and success. Such coordination will be executed in the context of the college’s Mission and Institutional Master Plan as well as fiscal and physical considerations. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Student Fees & Tuition 2020/2021

The Mission of the Student Fees Committee is to review, evaluate and recommend all student fees for appropriateness and equity and to ensure that they are in compliance with Title V. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Multicultural & Community Engagement 2020/2021

The mission of the committee is to develop Multicultural & Community Engagement Center’s program policies and procedures; promote the values and objective of the MCEC; and build a campus culture of acceptance and inclusion through engagement. Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 10, 2020, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Madre 267 Multicultural & Community Engagement Center.

Assessment 2020/2021

The Assessment Committee in cooperation with the College Research Department ensures that all placement examinations meet local and State standards/validation.  The subcommittee will inform the Student Success & Support Program committee of recommendations when appropriate. Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 10, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. President's Conference Room.

Institutional Planning Coordination Committee 2020/2021

The IPCC (Institutional Planning Coordination Committee) models and monitors continuous quality improvement to ensure institutional effectiveness.  The committee oversees college planning and program review; assesses the effectiveness of planning; makes recommendations for sustained quality improvement; develops strategies to promote college-wide dialogue and participation in the integrated planning process; and identifies trends that reveal institutional and student needs.  These objectives are achieved by the strategic use of institutional data (including program review),  accreditation standards, federal and state regulations, and community input as guiding principles for assessing institutional effectiveness. Organization: Governance. Monday, December 14, 2020, 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Program Review 2020/2021

Program review will develop effective processes, tools, validation, and guidance for all programmatic self-assessment at Glendale Community College.  The self-assessment process will become the foundation upon which programs advocate for their needs in achieving educational excellence. The product of validated self-assessment will provide fundamental information for college wide decision-making and resource allocation.  Through regular scanning of the internal and external environment, the program review process will continually improve and adjust to the changing needs of all college programs.  Aligning the Program Review process with the college’s Mission Statement, Institutional Master Plan, and the Standards for Accreditation will direct all assessment toward student learning. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, December 15, 2020, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Safety 2020/2021

The mission of the Glendale Community College Safety Committee is to address its role in the governance process by providing constituent input regarding the promotion of a safe environment for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the college. The committee has the responsibility to consult with its appointing constituencies, the District Risk Manager, the Glendale Community College District Police Department (GCCDPD), and other administrative departments to address occupational health and safety issues, as well as to develop recommended suggestions to proactively address and remediate campus safety issues. Activities: The activities of the Safety Committee may include, but are not limited to the following: , Attending to specific tasks assigned by the Administrative Affairs Committee; , Receiving reports about unsafe conditions and directing them to the appropriate department along with any recommendations; , Reviewing student accident reports, GCCDPD statistical reports, and workers… Organization: Governance. Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Student Affairs 2020/2021

The Student Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the student services that assist students in attaining their educational objectives. Activities: Develops the Student Services component of the College's various Master Plans , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the Student Services area , Reviews and recommends policies and regulations relating to students , Oversees the effectiveness of Student Services , Promotes a more student-friendly learning and social environment. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

Academic Affairs 2020/2021

The Academic Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the instructional activities of the college. Activities: Develops the instructional component of the College Master Plan , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the instructional area , Establishes the academic calendar in cooperation with the Guild , Works cooperatively with the Academic Senate regarding Graduation Requirements , Works with the library to develop instructional resources , Establishes and regulates study abroad programs , Guides management of the Baja Program and Field Studies , Develops and administers the Instructional Computing Plan , Submits recommendations in areas of curricular and academic standards to the Academic Senate for concurrent review and recommendation to the College Executive Committee, as appropriate. Organization: Governance. Web Site: https://sp.glendale.edu/governance/Pages/minutes.aspx. Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

College Computer Coordinating 2020/2021

The mission of the College Computer Coordinating Committee (CCCC) is to develop, oversee, and review the implementation of campus-wide policy and planning efforts pertaining to the use of computers and information technology (IT) at Glendale Community College. The CCCC will: act as a central focal point for input from all campus constituencies on computer and IT related issues , seek to identify and resolve computer policy problems , act as a communication conduit for computer and IT related issues and , advise the College Executive Committee on policy and planning matters pertaining to computer and IT usage at Glendale Community College. Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 17, 2020, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Staff Development 2020/2021

Our mission is to provide professional and personal development training programs for all Glendale college employees and members of the Board of Trustees.  The programs we offer are designed to enhance the performance and effectiveness of the participants in their current positions and to broaden the employees' knowledge and skills to prepare them for future job responsibilities. Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 17, 2020, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Vista 105 - Faculty Innovation Center.

Budget Committee 2020/2021

The Budget subcommittee is responsible for monitoring the budget development process and the ongoing implementation of the annual college budget. This committee is responsible for setting priorities within both short-term and long-term income and expense expectations. The budget process begins with units preparing a recommended budget for their specific area. A participatory process is used within each unit to ensure that requests are responsive to campus needs and reflect established goals and objectives of the college. The units' requested budgets are forwarded to the appropriate Vice-Presidents of Administrative Affairs, Student Services and Academic Affairs. The Vice-Presidents then forward area budget priorities to the Budget subcommittee which is charged with recommending to the College Executive Committee a complete budget proposal. The Superintendent/ President is responsible for presentation of the final budget proposal to the Board of Trustees. Under the direction of the Vice President of… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, December 22, 2020, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Scholars Program 2020/2021

The Scholars Program Committee is dedicated to the well-being of the students in the Scholars Program, as well as to the faculty, staff, and administrators that serve and support them.  The Committee’s main roles are: To ratify policies and procedures of the Program as proposed and approved by the Scholars Cabinet, amending them as needed and according to Committee votes on motions; , To monitor course offerings, program policies, and other aspects of students’ well-being and advise ways to maintain them at high levels consistent with the Scholars Program Mission Statement; , To report development to Academic Affairs and other relevant constituencies, such as divisions, administration, and staff. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, December 22, 2020, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Library Building 210*.

Study Abroad 2020/2021

The primary goal of the Glendale Community College Study Abroad Program is to provide international educational opportunities and encourage the internationalization of campus-wide curricula for a diverse student population.  The program helps students achieve their educational and career goals by: Encouraging international perspectives throughout the instructional program that promote an understanding of the diversity of the human experience. , Providing opportunities for Glendale Community College students to take credit courses suited to an international destination with a focus on transfer and associate degree credit courses. , Providing opportunities for staff and faculty to participate in cross-cultural training through international instructional opportunities that encourage innovative learning experiences, appreciation of cultural diversity, and cooperation across disciplines. , Promoting student success by providing unique opportunities for students to learn and apply strategies for increasing… Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 24, 2020, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. San Rafael Building 328.

Library & Information Competency 2020/2021

The mission of the Library and Information Competency Committee, a governance committee at Glendale Community College, is: To advise on library policies, practices, and problems presented to the committee; , To assess the impact of changes, innovations, and technological developments on services and resources for library users; , To advocate the central role of the library to the college community; , To communicate library information to each committee member’s constituencies; , To recommend methods of improving library services, resources, and instructional outreach; , To further the goals of information competency as defined by the Board of Governors and the Academic Senate of the California Community Colleges within the GCC learning community. Organization: Governance. Thursday, December 24, 2020, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Library Building 417*.

Governance Review 2020/2021

Recommend revisions and updates of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document every 3 years or sooner as needed , Ensure that Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and its committee structure are being followed properly , Educate the campus community on Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and Governance policies , Advise the College Executive Committee regarding any violations of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document , Propose policies and regulations that affect the governance process , Perform surveys as needed regarding the function of Governance. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, January 5, 2021, 1:40 PM – 2:40 PM. Administration Building 249*.

Environmental Affairs 2019/2020

The mission of the Environmental Affairs Committee is raise campus awareness of sustainability and support the implementation of sustainable practices across the college campus. Activities: Our goal is to integrate environmental awareness into all aspects of campus life, including facilities, curriculum, purchasing, and transportation. , The Environmental Affairs Committee reports to the Administrative Affairs Committee and sends all appropriate items to its standing committee for approval and further action. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, January 6, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Campus Development 2020/2021

The mission of the Campus Development Committee is to provide input into decisions relating to the function and appearance of the District's facilities.  The Committee reviews the annual Five year Capital Construction Plan, the Scheduled Maintenance Plan, oversees the periodic review of the District's Facilities Master Plan and, as need, establishes a Facilities Task Force to address specific facility needs.  The committee also has the responsibility of allocating funds, as determined by the annual budget process, for minor renovations and upgrades. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 7, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Institutional Planning Coordination Committee 2020/2021

The IPCC (Institutional Planning Coordination Committee) models and monitors continuous quality improvement to ensure institutional effectiveness.  The committee oversees college planning and program review; assesses the effectiveness of planning; makes recommendations for sustained quality improvement; develops strategies to promote college-wide dialogue and participation in the integrated planning process; and identifies trends that reveal institutional and student needs.  These objectives are achieved by the strategic use of institutional data (including program review),  accreditation standards, federal and state regulations, and community input as guiding principles for assessing institutional effectiveness. Organization: Governance. Monday, January 11, 2021, 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

College Executive 2020/2021

The College Executive Committee constitutes an effective means of gathering information, deliberating and reporting on issues of concern to the college. College Executive has several subcommittees that report directly to it.  College Executive is the highest governance committee on campus and approves all recommendations that the Superintendent/President is charged with carrying forward to the Board. Activities: Serves as the highest and final level of review on governance issues. , Serves as the review body for governance items going to the Board of Trustees. , Serves as the college’s Committee-On-Committees.  It directs governance items through the process. , Reviews the report of the Budget subcommittee and makes appropriate recommendations on the annual budget. , Establishes and coordinates the mechanism for long-range planning and the development of the College Master Plan. , Serves as an appeals body for items rejected at a lower-level in the governance process. , Oversees the… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, January 12, 2021, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Enrollment Management 2020/2021

The mission of the Enrollment Management Committee is to coordinate the efforts by which students are enrolled and class sections are offered in order to achieve maximum access, retention, and success. Such coordination will be executed in the context of the college’s Mission and Institutional Master Plan as well as fiscal and physical considerations. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Student Fees & Tuition 2020/2021

The Mission of the Student Fees Committee is to review, evaluate and recommend all student fees for appropriateness and equity and to ensure that they are in compliance with Title V. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Multicultural & Community Engagement 2020/2021

The mission of the committee is to develop Multicultural & Community Engagement Center’s program policies and procedures; promote the values and objective of the MCEC; and build a campus culture of acceptance and inclusion through engagement. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 14, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Madre 267 Multicultural & Community Engagement Center.

Assessment 2020/2021

The Assessment Committee in cooperation with the College Research Department ensures that all placement examinations meet local and State standards/validation.  The subcommittee will inform the Student Success & Support Program committee of recommendations when appropriate. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 14, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. President's Conference Room.

Program Review 2020/2021

Program review will develop effective processes, tools, validation, and guidance for all programmatic self-assessment at Glendale Community College.  The self-assessment process will become the foundation upon which programs advocate for their needs in achieving educational excellence. The product of validated self-assessment will provide fundamental information for college wide decision-making and resource allocation.  Through regular scanning of the internal and external environment, the program review process will continually improve and adjust to the changing needs of all college programs.  Aligning the Program Review process with the college’s Mission Statement, Institutional Master Plan, and the Standards for Accreditation will direct all assessment toward student learning. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Safety 2020/2021

The mission of the Glendale Community College Safety Committee is to address its role in the governance process by providing constituent input regarding the promotion of a safe environment for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the college. The committee has the responsibility to consult with its appointing constituencies, the District Risk Manager, the Glendale Community College District Police Department (GCCDPD), and other administrative departments to address occupational health and safety issues, as well as to develop recommended suggestions to proactively address and remediate campus safety issues. Activities: The activities of the Safety Committee may include, but are not limited to the following: , Attending to specific tasks assigned by the Administrative Affairs Committee; , Receiving reports about unsafe conditions and directing them to the appropriate department along with any recommendations; , Reviewing student accident reports, GCCDPD statistical reports, and workers… Organization: Governance. Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Student Affairs 2020/2021

The Student Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the student services that assist students in attaining their educational objectives. Activities: Develops the Student Services component of the College's various Master Plans , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the Student Services area , Reviews and recommends policies and regulations relating to students , Oversees the effectiveness of Student Services , Promotes a more student-friendly learning and social environment. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

Academic Affairs 2020/2021

The Academic Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the instructional activities of the college. Activities: Develops the instructional component of the College Master Plan , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the instructional area , Establishes the academic calendar in cooperation with the Guild , Works cooperatively with the Academic Senate regarding Graduation Requirements , Works with the library to develop instructional resources , Establishes and regulates study abroad programs , Guides management of the Baja Program and Field Studies , Develops and administers the Instructional Computing Plan , Submits recommendations in areas of curricular and academic standards to the Academic Senate for concurrent review and recommendation to the College Executive Committee, as appropriate. Organization: Governance. Web Site: https://sp.glendale.edu/governance/Pages/minutes.aspx. Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

College Computer Coordinating 2020/2021

The mission of the College Computer Coordinating Committee (CCCC) is to develop, oversee, and review the implementation of campus-wide policy and planning efforts pertaining to the use of computers and information technology (IT) at Glendale Community College. The CCCC will: act as a central focal point for input from all campus constituencies on computer and IT related issues , seek to identify and resolve computer policy problems , act as a communication conduit for computer and IT related issues and , advise the College Executive Committee on policy and planning matters pertaining to computer and IT usage at Glendale Community College. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 21, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Staff Development 2020/2021

Our mission is to provide professional and personal development training programs for all Glendale college employees and members of the Board of Trustees.  The programs we offer are designed to enhance the performance and effectiveness of the participants in their current positions and to broaden the employees' knowledge and skills to prepare them for future job responsibilities. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 21, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Vista 105 - Faculty Innovation Center.

Release Time/Extra Pay 2020/2021

The Released Time/Extra Pay Committee reviews faculty assignments that include duties beyond those normally required under the contract, and makes recommendations to the College Executive Committee. Activities: Approves new Released Time/Extra Pay positions, Reviews and approves new and revised job descriptions for appropriateness of duties, amount of released time/extra pay and minimum qualifications, Advertises released time/extra pay positions, Reviews the annual evaluation of Released Time/Extra Pay position incumbents, The Chair of the RTEP Committee convenes a hiring committee, consisting of a Senate, a Guild and an Administrative Representative, to fill vacant RTEP positions. Organization: Governance. Friday, January 22, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. President's Conference Room.

Budget Committee 2020/2021

The Budget subcommittee is responsible for monitoring the budget development process and the ongoing implementation of the annual college budget. This committee is responsible for setting priorities within both short-term and long-term income and expense expectations. The budget process begins with units preparing a recommended budget for their specific area. A participatory process is used within each unit to ensure that requests are responsive to campus needs and reflect established goals and objectives of the college. The units' requested budgets are forwarded to the appropriate Vice-Presidents of Administrative Affairs, Student Services and Academic Affairs. The Vice-Presidents then forward area budget priorities to the Budget subcommittee which is charged with recommending to the College Executive Committee a complete budget proposal. The Superintendent/ President is responsible for presentation of the final budget proposal to the Board of Trustees. Under the direction of the Vice President of… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Study Abroad 2020/2021

The primary goal of the Glendale Community College Study Abroad Program is to provide international educational opportunities and encourage the internationalization of campus-wide curricula for a diverse student population.  The program helps students achieve their educational and career goals by: Encouraging international perspectives throughout the instructional program that promote an understanding of the diversity of the human experience. , Providing opportunities for Glendale Community College students to take credit courses suited to an international destination with a focus on transfer and associate degree credit courses. , Providing opportunities for staff and faculty to participate in cross-cultural training through international instructional opportunities that encourage innovative learning experiences, appreciation of cultural diversity, and cooperation across disciplines. , Promoting student success by providing unique opportunities for students to learn and apply strategies for increasing… Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 28, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. San Rafael Building 328.

Library & Information Competency 2020/2021

The mission of the Library and Information Competency Committee, a governance committee at Glendale Community College, is: To advise on library policies, practices, and problems presented to the committee; , To assess the impact of changes, innovations, and technological developments on services and resources for library users; , To advocate the central role of the library to the college community; , To communicate library information to each committee member’s constituencies; , To recommend methods of improving library services, resources, and instructional outreach; , To further the goals of information competency as defined by the Board of Governors and the Academic Senate of the California Community Colleges within the GCC learning community. Organization: Governance. Thursday, January 28, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Library Building 417*.

Governance Review 2020/2021

Recommend revisions and updates of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document every 3 years or sooner as needed , Ensure that Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and its committee structure are being followed properly , Educate the campus community on Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and Governance policies , Advise the College Executive Committee regarding any violations of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document , Propose policies and regulations that affect the governance process , Perform surveys as needed regarding the function of Governance. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, February 2, 2021, 1:40 PM – 2:40 PM. Administration Building 249*.

Environmental Affairs 2019/2020

The mission of the Environmental Affairs Committee is raise campus awareness of sustainability and support the implementation of sustainable practices across the college campus. Activities: Our goal is to integrate environmental awareness into all aspects of campus life, including facilities, curriculum, purchasing, and transportation. , The Environmental Affairs Committee reports to the Administrative Affairs Committee and sends all appropriate items to its standing committee for approval and further action. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, February 3, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Campus Development 2020/2021

The mission of the Campus Development Committee is to provide input into decisions relating to the function and appearance of the District's facilities.  The Committee reviews the annual Five year Capital Construction Plan, the Scheduled Maintenance Plan, oversees the periodic review of the District's Facilities Master Plan and, as need, establishes a Facilities Task Force to address specific facility needs.  The committee also has the responsibility of allocating funds, as determined by the annual budget process, for minor renovations and upgrades. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 4, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Institutional Planning Coordination Committee 2020/2021

The IPCC (Institutional Planning Coordination Committee) models and monitors continuous quality improvement to ensure institutional effectiveness.  The committee oversees college planning and program review; assesses the effectiveness of planning; makes recommendations for sustained quality improvement; develops strategies to promote college-wide dialogue and participation in the integrated planning process; and identifies trends that reveal institutional and student needs.  These objectives are achieved by the strategic use of institutional data (including program review),  accreditation standards, federal and state regulations, and community input as guiding principles for assessing institutional effectiveness. Organization: Governance. Monday, February 8, 2021, 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

College Executive 2020/2021

The College Executive Committee constitutes an effective means of gathering information, deliberating and reporting on issues of concern to the college. College Executive has several subcommittees that report directly to it.  College Executive is the highest governance committee on campus and approves all recommendations that the Superintendent/President is charged with carrying forward to the Board. Activities: Serves as the highest and final level of review on governance issues. , Serves as the review body for governance items going to the Board of Trustees. , Serves as the college’s Committee-On-Committees.  It directs governance items through the process. , Reviews the report of the Budget subcommittee and makes appropriate recommendations on the annual budget. , Establishes and coordinates the mechanism for long-range planning and the development of the College Master Plan. , Serves as an appeals body for items rejected at a lower-level in the governance process. , Oversees the… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, February 9, 2021, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Enrollment Management 2020/2021

The mission of the Enrollment Management Committee is to coordinate the efforts by which students are enrolled and class sections are offered in order to achieve maximum access, retention, and success. Such coordination will be executed in the context of the college’s Mission and Institutional Master Plan as well as fiscal and physical considerations. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Student Fees & Tuition 2020/2021

The Mission of the Student Fees Committee is to review, evaluate and recommend all student fees for appropriateness and equity and to ensure that they are in compliance with Title V. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, February 10, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Multicultural & Community Engagement 2020/2021

The mission of the committee is to develop Multicultural & Community Engagement Center’s program policies and procedures; promote the values and objective of the MCEC; and build a campus culture of acceptance and inclusion through engagement. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 11, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Madre 267 Multicultural & Community Engagement Center.

Assessment 2020/2021

The Assessment Committee in cooperation with the College Research Department ensures that all placement examinations meet local and State standards/validation.  The subcommittee will inform the Student Success & Support Program committee of recommendations when appropriate. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 11, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. President's Conference Room.

Program Review 2020/2021

Program review will develop effective processes, tools, validation, and guidance for all programmatic self-assessment at Glendale Community College.  The self-assessment process will become the foundation upon which programs advocate for their needs in achieving educational excellence. The product of validated self-assessment will provide fundamental information for college wide decision-making and resource allocation.  Through regular scanning of the internal and external environment, the program review process will continually improve and adjust to the changing needs of all college programs.  Aligning the Program Review process with the college’s Mission Statement, Institutional Master Plan, and the Standards for Accreditation will direct all assessment toward student learning. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. President's Conference Room.

Safety 2020/2021

The mission of the Glendale Community College Safety Committee is to address its role in the governance process by providing constituent input regarding the promotion of a safe environment for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the college. The committee has the responsibility to consult with its appointing constituencies, the District Risk Manager, the Glendale Community College District Police Department (GCCDPD), and other administrative departments to address occupational health and safety issues, as well as to develop recommended suggestions to proactively address and remediate campus safety issues. Activities: The activities of the Safety Committee may include, but are not limited to the following: , Attending to specific tasks assigned by the Administrative Affairs Committee; , Receiving reports about unsafe conditions and directing them to the appropriate department along with any recommendations; , Reviewing student accident reports, GCCDPD statistical reports, and workers… Organization: Governance. Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Health Science Building 214.

Student Affairs 2020/2021

The Student Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the student services that assist students in attaining their educational objectives. Activities: Develops the Student Services component of the College's various Master Plans , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the Student Services area , Reviews and recommends policies and regulations relating to students , Oversees the effectiveness of Student Services , Promotes a more student-friendly learning and social environment. Organization: Governance. Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

Academic Affairs 2020/2021

The Academic Affairs Committee recommends plans, policies, and procedures to the College Executive Committee in support of the instructional activities of the college. Activities: Develops the instructional component of the College Master Plan , Prioritizes budget recommendations for the instructional area , Establishes the academic calendar in cooperation with the Guild , Works cooperatively with the Academic Senate regarding Graduation Requirements , Works with the library to develop instructional resources , Establishes and regulates study abroad programs , Guides management of the Baja Program and Field Studies , Develops and administers the Instructional Computing Plan , Submits recommendations in areas of curricular and academic standards to the Academic Senate for concurrent review and recommendation to the College Executive Committee, as appropriate. Organization: Governance. Web Site: https://sp.glendale.edu/governance/Pages/minutes.aspx. Wednesday, February 17, 2021, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Administration Building 252.

College Computer Coordinating 2020/2021

The mission of the College Computer Coordinating Committee (CCCC) is to develop, oversee, and review the implementation of campus-wide policy and planning efforts pertaining to the use of computers and information technology (IT) at Glendale Community College. The CCCC will: act as a central focal point for input from all campus constituencies on computer and IT related issues , seek to identify and resolve computer policy problems , act as a communication conduit for computer and IT related issues and , advise the College Executive Committee on policy and planning matters pertaining to computer and IT usage at Glendale Community College. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 18, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM.

Staff Development 2020/2021

Our mission is to provide professional and personal development training programs for all Glendale college employees and members of the Board of Trustees.  The programs we offer are designed to enhance the performance and effectiveness of the participants in their current positions and to broaden the employees' knowledge and skills to prepare them for future job responsibilities. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 18, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Sierra Vista 105 - Faculty Innovation Center.

Budget Committee 2020/2021

The Budget subcommittee is responsible for monitoring the budget development process and the ongoing implementation of the annual college budget. This committee is responsible for setting priorities within both short-term and long-term income and expense expectations. The budget process begins with units preparing a recommended budget for their specific area. A participatory process is used within each unit to ensure that requests are responsive to campus needs and reflect established goals and objectives of the college. The units' requested budgets are forwarded to the appropriate Vice-Presidents of Administrative Affairs, Student Services and Academic Affairs. The Vice-Presidents then forward area budget priorities to the Budget subcommittee which is charged with recommending to the College Executive Committee a complete budget proposal. The Superintendent/ President is responsible for presentation of the final budget proposal to the Board of Trustees. Under the direction of the Vice President of… Organization: Governance. Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. Administration Building 252.

Scholars Program 2020/2021

The Scholars Program Committee is dedicated to the well-being of the students in the Scholars Program, as well as to the faculty, staff, and administrators that serve and support them.  The Committee’s main roles are: To ratify policies and procedures of the Program as proposed and approved by the Scholars Cabinet, amending them as needed and according to Committee votes on motions; , To monitor course offerings, program policies, and other aspects of students’ well-being and advise ways to maintain them at high levels consistent with the Scholars Program Mission Statement; , To report development to Academic Affairs and other relevant constituencies, such as divisions, administration, and staff. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Library Building 210*.

Study Abroad 2020/2021

The primary goal of the Glendale Community College Study Abroad Program is to provide international educational opportunities and encourage the internationalization of campus-wide curricula for a diverse student population.  The program helps students achieve their educational and career goals by: Encouraging international perspectives throughout the instructional program that promote an understanding of the diversity of the human experience. , Providing opportunities for Glendale Community College students to take credit courses suited to an international destination with a focus on transfer and associate degree credit courses. , Providing opportunities for staff and faculty to participate in cross-cultural training through international instructional opportunities that encourage innovative learning experiences, appreciation of cultural diversity, and cooperation across disciplines. , Promoting student success by providing unique opportunities for students to learn and apply strategies for increasing… Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 25, 2021, 12:20 PM – 1:30 PM. San Rafael Building 328.

Library & Information Competency 2020/2021

The mission of the Library and Information Competency Committee, a governance committee at Glendale Community College, is: To advise on library policies, practices, and problems presented to the committee; , To assess the impact of changes, innovations, and technological developments on services and resources for library users; , To advocate the central role of the library to the college community; , To communicate library information to each committee member’s constituencies; , To recommend methods of improving library services, resources, and instructional outreach; , To further the goals of information competency as defined by the Board of Governors and the Academic Senate of the California Community Colleges within the GCC learning community. Organization: Governance. Thursday, February 25, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Library Building 417*.

Release Time/Extra Pay 2020/2021

The Released Time/Extra Pay Committee reviews faculty assignments that include duties beyond those normally required under the contract, and makes recommendations to the College Executive Committee. Activities: Approves new Released Time/Extra Pay positions, Reviews and approves new and revised job descriptions for appropriateness of duties, amount of released time/extra pay and minimum qualifications, Advertises released time/extra pay positions, Reviews the annual evaluation of Released Time/Extra Pay position incumbents, The Chair of the RTEP Committee convenes a hiring committee, consisting of a Senate, a Guild and an Administrative Representative, to fill vacant RTEP positions. Organization: Governance. Friday, February 26, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. President's Conference Room.

Governance Review 2020/2021

Recommend revisions and updates of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document every 3 years or sooner as needed , Ensure that Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and its committee structure are being followed properly , Educate the campus community on Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document and Governance policies , Advise the College Executive Committee regarding any violations of Administrative Regulation 2511, the Governance Document , Propose policies and regulations that affect the governance process , Perform surveys as needed regarding the function of Governance. Organization: Governance. Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 1:40 PM – 2:40 PM. Administration Building 249*.

Campus Development 2020/2021

The mission of the Campus Development Committee is to provide input into decisions relating to the function and appearance of the District's facilities.  The Committee reviews the annual Five year Capital Construction Plan, the Scheduled Maintenance Plan, oversees the periodic review of the District's Facilities Master Plan and, as need, establishes a Facilities Task Force to address specific facility needs.  The committee also has the responsibility of allocating funds, as determined by the annual budget process, for minor renovations and upgrades. Organization: Governance. Thursday, March 4, 2021, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. Health Science Building 214.