The Committee on Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development

2017-2020: (6 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department, Term Ends)

  1. Carol Goldfond, Business (2019)
  2. Rommel Robertson, Social Sciences (2019) - Chairperson
  3. Doyle, Alice, Marketing & Communications (2020)
  4. Mike Metaxas, Engineering Technology (2018)
  5. Mary Ann Rosa, Nursing (2018)
  6. Liu, Wenjian, Mathematics & Computer Science (2020)

Student Representatives

  1. Open

Liaisons

  • [OPEN] COC Liaison
  • Christine Mooney, Business, Steering Committee Designee
  • Denise Ward, VP Pre-College, Continuing Education, and Workforce Development, President's Liaison

Committee meets twice during the fall and spring hours at noon on Wednesday.


Section 17. The Committee on Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development

The Committee on Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development shall consist of six (6) members of the instructional staff and one (1) student.

The Committee on Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development shall:

  1. Report and recommend to the Academic Senate on services and facilities available to the Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development programs.
  2. Serve as a mechanism for articulation alignment between the Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development instructional staff and students, and the Academic Senate.
  3. Consider and evaluate proposals received from faculty, students, and the community regarding policies pertaining to Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
  4. Recommend to the Vice President of Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development proposals and policies which would enhance the operation of the Pre-College, Continuing Education and Workforce Development Program.


Documents and Articles | Agenda and Minutes | Committee Guide (pdf)

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