The president is authorized to establish college committees as may be necessary to encourage and facilitate participation of students, employees, and representatives of the college district in the governance of the college. The following types of college committees may be established.
- Institutional standing committees
- Coordinating committees
- Student issues committees
- Employee advisory groups
- Community and program advisory committees
- Employee search and screening committees
- Special purpose or project committees
The president is authorized to develop procedures for establishing college committees; determining their membership; and documenting their purpose, organization, and responsibilities.
Community and program advisory committees shall serve the purpose of providing for a formal communications process between agencies, organizations, businesses, industries, and individuals with the college, its programs, faculty, and students.
The president shall assign a college official to support the work of every established and recognized college committee and to maintain records of proceedings and activities. All college committees serve in an advisory capacity to the president.