Academic Senate

Meetings are open to the public and take place on 2nd and 4th Mondays at 2 pm, in Room 101 of the Library Learning Resource Center (LLR-101).  We do not meet on college holidays.

The Academic Senate reaffirmed its commitments to academic freedom at its meeting of Nov. 23, 2015.  We fully support the Statement on Professional Ethics of the American Association of University Professors.

Professional Development opportunity:  the Academic Senate encourages faculty to apply for the Great Teachers Seminar, July 21-25, 2019 at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove (Monterey), CA.  Deadline is Friday, Apr. 12 at 5:00 pm.


2017-19 Academic Senate Executive Board

 Diane Eberhardy, Ed.D. Computer Information Systems, President

 Linda Kama'ila, Ph.D. Anthropology, Vice President

 Amy Edwards, Ed.D. Communication Studies, Secretary

Della NewlowDella Newlow, M.A.  Learning Disabilities Specialist, Treasurer


Senate Constitution, Bylaws, Forms & Documents

Meeting Calendar

Meeting Archive (Past Agendas and Minutes)


Documents Under Senate Review

Compressed Calendar Workgroup Report Final Draft, Mar. 8, 2019 (March review)

Program Effectiveness & Planning Committee 2019-20 Resource Requests (Feb. review)

#1 Local Goal Setting OC Student Success Meeting 2.6.19 (Feb. review)

#2 Vision for Success Local Goal Setting March 2019 (Feb. review)

SCFF Webinar, Nov. 2018 (Nov./Dec. review)

Local Goal-Setting Guidance Memo (Nov./Dec. review)

Student-Centered Funding Plan (Nov./Dec. review)

ASCCC Final Fall 2018 Resolutions (Nov/Dec. review)

Student Equity Plans - Past, Present, Future (Oct./Nov. 2018 review)

Career Clusters With Departments 10.18 Draft (Oct./Nov. 2018 review)

Apprenticeship Minimum Qualifications (to be reviewed on Sept. 10, 2018)

Funded Resource Requests 2018-19 (to be reviewed on Sept. 10, 2018)


All meetings are ADA accessible and compliant.  All agendas are posted per the Brown Act on kiosks around campus and in the "Brown Act Notices" cabinet in the Library Learning Resource Center lobby.  If any member of the public needs accommodations to speak at public comment (the room is accessible), please contact Diane Eberhardy: