Governance Committees

 

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Governance Committees at San Diego Mesa College
Governance Committees

Governance
Committees


Budget Allocation and Recommendation Committee

The Budget Allocation and Recommendation Committee (BARC) is designed to engage on focused work in the development of principles, recommendations and priorities for the Mesa's General Fund Unrestricted Budget.

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Committee for Diversity Action, Inclusion & Equity

The Committee for Diversity Action, Inclusion and Equity (CDAIE) is responsible for engaging and supporting students, faculty and staff in the ongoing process of transforming our campus environment into one which we envision as safe, supportive, culturally proficient, globally inclusive and reflective of the larger San Diego community.

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Committee on Outcomes and Assessment

The Committee on Outcomes and Assessment (COA) oversees and coordinates Outcomes and Assessment practices for Instruction, Student Services, and Administrative Units at the College level.

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Deans' Council

The Deans' Council is responsible for coordinating day-to-day activities of the Division of Instruction and develops near and mid-term plans for instructional activities and initiatives.

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Environmental Sustainability Committee

The Environmental Sustainability Committee (ESC) is responsible for educating faculty, staff, and students regarding recycling, conservation, and hazardous waste disposal.

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Facilities Planning Committee

The Facilities Planning Committee is responsible for reviewing major facility issues which impact Mesa College, provide long-range facilities planning and oversee the maintenance, repair, remodeling and building of Mesa College's Facility Master Plan.

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Mesa Information Technology Committee

The Mesa Information Technology Committee (MIT) is responsible for assessing the current status of Information Technology in the delivery of services to Mesa College students and to develop, implement, and assess a strategic technology plan.

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Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee

The Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Committee (PIE) committee is designed to advance the overall planning work for the College.

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Program Review Steering Committee

The Program Review Steering Committee is responsible for disseminating information in the program review handbook and website containing questions, criteria, guidelines and forms.

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Safety Committee

The Safety Committee provides planning related to safety enhancements, emergency contingencies and disaster preparedness.

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Student Success and Equity Committee

The Student Success and Equity Committee (SSEC) is responsible for supporting and leading innovative campus initiatives that strengthen student access, success, and equity.

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