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This document details the governance structure of Palomar Community College. The plan attempts to: (1) provide appropriate representation for each constituent group; (2) delineate committee responsibilities and reporting relationships; (3) establish the appropriate number and size of committees; (4) ensure that operational matters are handled appropriately; and (5) establish a framework for short-term and long-range strategic planning processes with goals and objectives for the future and plans for achieving them. The governance structure described in the manual is organized on two levels, planning and operational. Planning committees address issues that affect the entire campus and have long-term implications. The responsibilities of planning committees are to develop strategies, concepts, and policies which reflect the purpose of the college and chart its course for the future. Operational committees are those charged with developing policy and procedure affecting the routine operation of the college. The purpose of the governance structure is to share the responsibilities of governance and to involve staff and students appropriately in the planning and operation of the college. The manual includes descriptions of each committee, their purposes, goals, and missions. It also includes all statutes, policies, and procedures for governance at Palomar College. (TGO)

Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Community Colleges, Educational Planning, Faculty College Relationship, Governance, Government Role, Government School Relationship, Mission Statements, Participative Decision Making, Policy Formation, Public Agencies, Two Year Colleges











Author: Palomar Community Coll. District, San Marcos, CA.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12118&id=ED432346







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