Want to learn more about changes and discussions happening at the college? Want to be part of the conversation? College Senate is here to represent you and is your forum to voice your concerns, ideas, and questions. Take advantage of this resource — please join us at College Senate meetings. In addition to updates and an open discussion forum, we have a guest speaker, such as Cabinet members, at each meeting to discuss procedures and policies, college updates, and to take questions.
College Senate meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at 2:30 p.m., this year via Webex. Our first meeting is Tuesday, August 18. We invite all faculty, professional, and classified staff members to attend our meetings and to encourage their colleagues to attend — you do not have to be a senator. You can find the Webex links for all of the 2020–21 meetings on the College Senate website. If you would like to have the calendar invite for senate meetings forwarded to you so that you can add it to your calendar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our guest speaker at our August 18 meeting is Dr. Chris Cathcart, our new Vice President for Student Affairs. He will introduce himself, discuss Student Affairs services during coronavirus (COVID-19), and take questions. Please submit questions for Dr. Cathcart in advance and encourage your colleagues to do the same.
To learn more about College Senate:
- Visit the College Senate website.
- Subscribe to the College Senate blog.
- As always, read the Communicator each week.
We look forward to serving and working with you this year.
- Join the August 18 College Senate meeting webex. If you would like to call into today’s meeting or use your phone for audio, call 415.655.0001 and enter the access code 161 412 7409 when prompted.
- August 18 College Senate meeting agenda
- Submit questions for Dr. Cathcart for the August 18 meeting.
- Find the Webex links for all 2020–21 meetings.
Contact College Senate President Owen Sutkowski at email@example.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the College Senate feedback form if you have any questions or concerns about senate.