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AP 2510 Participation in Local Decision-Making

AP 2510 Participation in Local Decision-Making


NWCCU 2020 Standard 2.A.1, 2.A.4
ORS 341.283(5) (Authority as Board, not individuals)

Rogue Community College actively engages in a participatory governance structure.  Meetings of the Board of Education are held in accordance with board policy and promote an atmosphere of participatory governance by including a public comment period as well as reports from the following interest groups:

  • Student government
  • Classified employee association
  • Faculty employee association
  • Faculty senate
  • RCC Foundation
  • Institutional Research, Effectiveness and Planning
  • College Services
  • Instructional Services
  • Student Services
  • Special presentations from the college or community stakeholders, by invitation

RCC has an extensive council/committee/taskforce structure which allows and maintains a culture of communication and inclusive decision making across all campuses, employment categories, and student roles.  These groups are established as needed and appropriate, with the executive team engaging in a regular review of these groups and their functions to ensure broad, fair, and equitable engagement with the Rogue Community College decision-making process.  A complete list of current standing committees and councils is available online. 

The executive team meets regularly to discuss matters related to college operations and serves in an advisory capacity to the college president.

Rescinds Procedure Number:   AP-020 (partial), AP-069 (partial)

Approved:  June 18, 2019

Accreditation reference updated January 27, 2020