Learning/Academics Affairs Council


The Learning/Academic Affairs Council makes recommendations concerning programs, curricula, instruction, special populations, marketing, environments for learning, student support, physical plant and security, co-curricular activities, public relations, continuing education and economic development, budget and long-range planning, and other academic issues. (Course and program approval are under the purview of the Curriculum and Instruction [C&I] Committee. Two members of the Learning/Academic Affairs Committee are members of the Curriculum and Instruction Committee.) The Council shall consist of thirty-two members:

a) twelve teaching faculty, four from each campus;

b) six administrators and professional personnel, two from each campus

c) six classified employees:

  1. two from AFSCME

  2. two from CWA

  3. two from non-union eligible classified employees

d) six students - two from each campus

e) two members from Continuing Education

In addition, the CCBC Chancellor may appoint ex-officio such other members as he or she deems appropriate.

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