This old website will not be updated after mid-spring 2013 semester. This old website will be available until all of the College Council material is ported over to the new College Council website on the new Committees webserver.
College Council is a collegial consultative body designed to serve the good of the College. The group facilitates timely, factual, and clear communication between constituents and the President as a means to develop recommendations to the President for decisions on collegewide matters, particularly on college goals, planning, budget, facilities, accreditation, and the Decision-Making Document.
Members of the council represent the four constituency bodies at the college: students, faculty, classified staff, and management.
This page will serve as the jumping off point to other resources available at various places on the campus/district network.
The college community was surveyed on the effectiveness of College Council in the 2011-12 academic year. Here are links to the summary and the compiled data from past surveys and the 2011-12 survey.
Select any of the following links to go directly to the college council public folders on the Exchange system via the Outlook webserver. You will need to login to the system using your Outlook web username/password. After you enter your access codes on the Outlook Web's login page, you will go to the specific folder.
Note that the "logout" link will not be present in the Outlook Web -- Public Folders window that appears, so you'll need to quit your web browser to log out of the Exchange system. The college council folder public folders will appear in this window while the links to the other committee/council public folders will appear in a new window.
-- Go to section for other years link (use this to access materials from the 2004/05 and following academic years)
The following links on the Exchange server will appear in a new window either in front of this window or behind it.
This page was last updated: September 7, 2013 (to fix link to new College Council website). Content last updated March 14, 2013
Contact for this page: Nick Strobel