Committees at Fullerton College
To support effective communication, this webpage provides access to committee minutes and membership. View a current list of committees below, click on a committee name for more information, agendas, meeting minutes and more.
This website is updated on Monday and Thursday afternoons by the Office of Campus Communications. Representatives from the various committees may email minutes, agendas, meeting schedules, and rosters to firstname.lastname@example.org. Documents must be received by 3 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays to be posted those days.
Committees and Subcommittees
The President’s Advisory Council (PAC) serves as the central, participatory governance council of the college. The following are subcommittees of PAC:
Campus Diversity Committee
The charge of the Campus Diversity Committee is to: (1) plan and develop activities with the purpose of promoting harmony, equality and unity through a greater understanding of diversity; (2) provide advice and recommendations to the College President on related
The purpose of the Planning & Budget Steering Committee (PBSC) is to make recommendations to the President’s Advisory Council (PAC) regarding planning and matters related to Fullerton College’s fiscal resource allocations.
The Fullerton College (FC) Faculty Senate represents faculty interests and views in academic and professional matters in the College and District. The following are subcommittees of Faculty Senate:
The Curriculum Committee facilitates the development of curriculum and academic policies connected to curriculum.
The Distance Education Advisory Committee defines a common vision for distance education at the College. It establishes goals and charts the coordinated implementation of distance learning across the campus.
The purpose of the Faculty Allocation Committee is to prioritize faculty hires according to campus-wide needs. When new faculty positions are allocated, the requests of all divisions are submitted to the Deans’ Council.
The Honors Program Advisory Committee oversees the activities of the Fullerton College Honors Program and advises the Honors Program Coordinator on policy changes and improvements.
The purpose of the Institutional Research and Effectiveness Committee (IREC) is to evaluate the planning and governance processes of the college AND to identify, discuss and disseminate its findings.
The Program Review Committee promotes and supports the systematic self-assessment of instructional programs, student support services, and administrative/operational areas throughout the college.
The Student Equity Committee develops, recommends, and endorses funding proposals for policies, programs and strategies that promote equity in student success, retention, degree/certificate completion and transfer as outlined in the Fullerton College Student Equity Plan.
The mission of the SLOA Committee is to nurture a culture of improvement by facilitating student learning outcomes assessment methods across the institution
The Matriculation Advisory Committee
A subcommittee of the Curriculum Committee, provides faculty input concerning the implementation of Title 5 Student Success and Support Program guidelines.
Dual Reporting Committees
These Fullerton College Standing Committees have dual reporting structures whereby they report to both the President’s Advisory Council and the Faculty Senate.
The Accreditation Steering Committee (ASC) is responsible for all aspects of the accreditation process at Fullerton College.
The Pathways Steering Committee (PSC) was created to organize and oversee campus work on Guided Pathways. The PSC is composed of eight instructional faculty, eight managers, four classified professionals, and two students. The PSC reports to both the Faculty Senate and the President’s Advisory Council.
Regularly evaluates and makes recommendations on the College’s policies, processes, practices, procedures, and publications in order to ensure the integrity and effectiveness of the College’s planning and decision-making process and its alignment with the College’s mission.
Plans, develops, coordinates, reviews and evaluates the College’s professional development activities, supporting the professional learning needed for Fullerton College educators.
Student Equity and Achievement Committee
Provides leadership advocacy, and the institutional guidance and vision for coordinating campus-wide student success efforts affecting basic skills, transfer, Career Technical Education, completion, diversity, and equity at Fullerton College.
Selects faculty members to teach in Study Abroad Programs, recruits and select students to participate in study abroad, selects appropriate sites for the program, and coordinates with Cypress College.
The Instructional Deans and the Student Services Deans meet twice each month as the Deans’ Council.