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College Governance Committees

The College Council is a representative participatory body that advises the President and President’s Cabinet on matters that are of the highest importance to the College.

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This committee governs the curriculum and academic standards at the college. It is responsible to consider the academic matters at the college. The committee will consider and vote on issues related to teaching and learning, academic standards, instructional planning, and curriculum at the college.

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The mission of this committee is to collaborate with college departments to increase understanding of accessibility practices and universal design principles.

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Addresses safety issues on campus. Members will monitor and review safety and health practices campus-wide, educate the campus community regarding safety issues, and assist in correcting identified unsafe practices or conditions.

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The committee, a multi–disciplinary review team, will provide guidance to the Director of Facilities and Plant Operations to ensure that the high level activities and processes of the Facilities department are aligned with the strategic priorities of the college and result in smooth functioning of attractive and efficient facilities.

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The Dismissal Hearing Committee is a group, outlined in Article 8 of the collective bargaining agreement, who hold a formal hearing in the event that the dismissal of a tenured faculty member is proposed by college administration. The possible reasons for dismissal are listed in Article 8.1. Committee membership lasts for one academic year. Potential committee members have been randomly selected and are elected by a majority vote. Position 5 is represented by a full-time student.

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The LINK committee, organized and run by students, works to improve students access to information that can assist them to effectively pick classes and instructors that suit their learning needs based on information about course content, teaching, and grading philosophy.

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This campus wide committee includes members from all areas of campus who investigate funding needs all year and make recommendations in the Spring to the College President regarding the College budget for the following year.

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Educates the college community on sustainability-related issues and goals, and implements sustainability initiatives and projects on campus, including the annual Earth Week.

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This committee accepts and reviews requests for funds provided by the Universal Technology Fee. These funds are allocated to computer technology that provides the greatest possible service to the greatest number of students.

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New full-time faculty members at Seattle Central go through a probationary process of observation, evaluation, self-reflection, and professional growth, which generally lasts three years. This is known as the tenure process.

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