Participatory Governance

Participatory governance is defined as a collaborative effort of administration, faculty, staff, and students for the purpose of providing high quality college programs and services. All members of the College of Alameda campus community are invited to participate in planning for the future and in developing policies, regulations, and recommendations under which the College is governed and administered.  The four constituent groups each designate representatives to serve on committees that report to the Academic Senate, College Council, and, ultimately, the President as part of the decision-making process:

Participatory Governance & Decision-making

 

Committees & Governance Bodies

Operational Committees