Governance at Sacramento City College is a collaborative process involving representatives from all constituent groups who engage in open discussion and timely decision-making.
The goal of participatory decision-making is to provide a working environment which encourages the participation of the entire campus community – students, faculty, classified staff, and managers – in the process of making decisions that directly and indirectly affect them.
At Sacramento City College, four complementary components comprise the governance function:
- Administrative structure and process, whereby the operations of the college are implemented within established policies and procedures facilitated by the management staff.
- The constituent groups who assure representation and participation and speak for the interests of their members.
- A committee system wherein the various constituencies review and recommend policies, regulations, and processes of the College/District that affect all aspects of the College community.
- Input from any individual or group in the college on issues, concerns, or recommendations for improvement. The President is both a part of and stands outside of this structure and is ultimately responsible for its effectiveness.
The Academic Senate is the faculty source for college, district, and shared governance information.
The SCC Classified Senate facilitates classified professional participation in the participatory governance process.
Information about the people in the administrative structure of the college.
Student Associated Council
SAC is composed of three different groups: the Student Senate, Clubs and Events Board (CAEB), and the Joint-Budget Committee.
Participatory Governance Committees
The Participatory Governance committees are responsible for matters relating to college leadership and governance.
These charts represent the administrative structure, administrative services, instructional services, and student services of the college.