To Be Completed by Committee Members
5. College Council Charge as follows:
College Council will serve as an advisory group to the Superintendent/President for Board Policies and Administrative Procedures and College goals, plans and priorities. The College Council also acts as a two-way communication vehicle for recommendations and proposals that come through the participatory governance system and serves as a clearinghouse for information.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/cc
5. The Digital Accessibility Workgroup (DAW) Charge as follows:
- Support the College in providing accessible Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) and Information Communication Technology (ICT)
- Identify areas for improvement and suggest solution approaches to the College
- Inform the College on compliant practices for delivering accessible digital materials
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/daw
5. Governance Review Council Charge as follows:
The Governance Review Council will monitor and evaluate the governance process to ensure that:
- the system’s processes are open and transparent;
- governance committees adhere to the guidelines outlined in the Participatory Governance System Plan;
- committees fulfill their charges effectively;
- committee members regularly communicate with their constituent group;
- recommendations are consistent with the mission of the College; and
- the College actively maintains its participatory governance system.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/grc
5. Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC) Charge as follows:
- Ensure that the college’s planning process supports student success.
- Align Board goals and priorities with college plans and the budget process.
- Ensure that the planning process is broad-based, offers opportunities for input by appropriate constituencies, allocates necessary resources, and leads to the improvement of institutional effectiveness.
- Review and make recommendations for the tentative budget for resources, including all assets of the college; fiscal resources, facilities, equipment, and personnel resources.
- Prepare planning recommendations and decisions consistent with the Education Code, the mission, vision and values of the college, accreditation standards, and strategic institutional planning priorities.
- Using the forecast of available resources provided by Fiscal Services, work with the Program Review Committee to set parameters for program reviews and administrative work plans.
- Recommend budget resource allocations based on the strategic plan and requests presented in the instructional program reviews, student services program reviews, and administrative program reviews.
- Make recommendations for long-term budget planning, revenue and expense assumptions.
- Recommend allocations from supplementary resources.
- Review and make recommendations for adjustments between approved funding and actual expenditures.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/prac
5. Educational Planning Committee Charge as follows:
The Educational Planning Committee operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee and is responsible for coordinating and setting goals for planning broad educational endeavors at the College. Planning for specific programs and disciplines should continue to be developed at the departmental level, pursuant to the broad parameters of the Educational Master Plan. The Committee will utilize the resources and expertise of the Offices of Student Learning, Student Services and Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE).
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/epc
5. Facilities Planning Committee (FPC) Charge as follows:
The Facilities Planning Committee (FPC) operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC) to ensure faculty, staff and student involvement in the planning, design, construction, upkeep and use of College-owned facilities to foster student success.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/fpc
5. Instructional Equipment Committee (IEC) Charge as follows:
The Instructional Equipment Committee (IEC) operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee to ensure faculty, staff and student involvement in recommending allocations for instructional equipment. The Committee will make recommendations to the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee regarding the specific instructional equipment allocations. Standard forms will be used and proposals will be elicited from every department. Requestors will send copies to the supervising Dean/Manager.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/iec
5. Professional Development Committee Charge as follows:
The Professional Development Committee operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee. The PDC is responsible for overseeing professional development planning, programs and evaluation in support of the College Mission, institutional plans and initiatives, accreditation and legal requirements. The committee will utilize the resources and expertise of the Organizational Development and Planning Department, Human Resources, Campus Police and other departments as appropriate.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/pdc
5. The Student Access/Success Committee (SASc) Charge as follows:
Supporting College of Marin's commitment to providing equitable opportunities and fostering success for all members of our diverse community, the Student Access/Success Committee (SASc) reviews institutional plans and data relating to equity, access and success, in order to ensure alignment of resources and efforts with institution-set indicators/goals.
The Student Access/Success Committee (SASc) operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC) and submits any recommendations and reports through PRAC and/or appropriate participatory governance system routes.
Specific Responsibilities include:
- Convene responsible parties working on all access and success related efforts across the institution to discuss alignment of efforts and sharing of data and resources.
- Review internal and external research and promising practices relating to access and success and disseminate to campus constituents.
- Provide annual report of progress on planning agenda (including examination of program reviews) with recommendations.
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/sasc
5. Technology Planning Committee Charge as follows:
The Technology Committee operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC) to assure staff and faculty involvement in technology planning and provide guidance for major technological decisions. The Committee will make recommendations to the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee regarding technology-related issues
For more information: http://gov.marin.edu/tpc