College wide Committees and Taskforces
The Chancellor, in consultation with various constituency groups, establishes college-wide committees and taskforces to conduct business independent of the Participatory Governance Standing Committees and Academic Senate Committees that are focused on particular efforts and initiatives. Some committees and taskforces are ongoing and others are only temporary. When necessary, these committees interface with the particpatory governance system and processes. Typically, constiuent groups recomend members to collegewide committees and taskforces. The Chancellor appoints the chair.
College wide Commencement Committee
In consultation with the Academic Senate, the Chancellor established the College wide Commencement Committee in spring 2018.
Guided Pathways Plan Taskforce
In consultation with the Academic Senate, the Chancellor established the Guided Pathways Plan Taskforce in fall 2017 in response to the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office $150 million statewide investment to support Guided Pathways at California community colleges. All California community colleges currently have the opportunity to receive funding to support Guided Pathways work. To receive funding, colleges must first conduct a Guided Pathways Self Assessment.
Integrated Plan Taskforce
In consultation with the Academic Senate, the Chancellor established the Integrated Plan Taskforce in fall 2017. The purpose of the Integrated Plan (aka Braided Plan) Taskforce was to collaboratively develop a single plan that integrates plans for utilizing state categorical funding for Basic Skills, Student Equity, and the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP). The Integrated Plan was submitted to the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) in January 2018.
Open Educational Resources Taskforce
In consultation with the Academic Senate, the Chancellor established the Open Educational Resources Task Force in fall 2017.
Meetings, Agendas, and Notes
In consultation with the Academic Senate, Chancellor Art Tyler established the Fan 5 college-wide committee in 2015. Fan 5 includes categorically funded grants with College-wide mandates. Common goals include helping ensure student access and success, promoting student equity, committing to best practices through professional development, streamlining student services, and improving assessment and evaluation.
In fall 2015 Chancellor Lamb established the Equal Access to Success Emergency (EASE) Task Force.
In 2014-15, the College wide Professional Development Committee serves as a focal point for professional development to the entire College community. The committee focuses on building on the existing wealth of knowledge at CCSF for workshops and training; creating an institutional culture that encourages and values ongoing professional development; promoting an appreciation of lifelong learning, personal development, and educational and professional advancement for all employees; and embracing the diversity of our world by forging a supportive learning and working environment.