College Committees

POLICY OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE Thursday, November 11, 1976 3 Wednesday, May 10, 2006 Personnel

The President will ensure that college-wide committees are established and function to meet accrediting standards and operational needs of the College.

While it is the intent of the College administration to make committee assignments as broad-based and equitable as possible, some committee assignments are made necessary by the title or position held by persons within the College organizational structure.

Faculty and staff members are assigned to committees, so as to provide leadership and individual expertise to the committee. Committee assignments will be made on a rotating basis when possible. The persons responsible for assigning committee membership will make every effort to take into consideration the job performance responsibilities, other committee assignments and duties of the person being considered for committee membership.

The Vice President for Planning and Institutional Research will seek recommendations for committee membership from administrators, faculty, and staff and will submit recommendations to the President by May 30. The President will make committee appointments and distribute information to committee chairs prior to July 1.

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