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What is the Academic Senate of
Mount San Antonio College?
The Academic Senate of Mount San Antonio College is a body of faculty representatives from all departments/disciplines that is responsible for making recommendations to the administration and for communicating with the Board of Trustees on policy development and implementation with respect to academic and professional issues. In embracing shared governance, the Academic Senate of Mount San Antonio College partners with the campus as a whole to make informed recommendations that are in accordance with the College Mission Statement. Please click here for a list of "10+1" college issues that the Academic Senate provides recommendations for.
The Board of Trustees primarily relies on the Academic Senate for..
- Curriculum, including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines
- Degree Requirements
- Grading Policies
- Educational Program Development
- Standards and policies for Student Preparation and Success
- Policies for Faculty Professional Development
Academic Senate for California
Community Colleges (ASCCC)Formed in 1970, the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization. Created for the promotion and advancement of public community college education in California, its general purposes are: 1. To strengthen local academic senates and councils of community colleges; 2. To serve as the voice of the faculty of the community colleges in matters of statewide concern; 3. To develop policies and promote the implementation of policies on matters of statewide issues; 4. To make recommendations on statewide matters affecting the community colleges. The Academic Senate gets its authority to strengthen local senates on California community colleges statewide from the California Code of Regulations Title 5 Section 53206, which says: (a) An Academic Senate for the California Community Colleges has been established through ratification by local academic senates or faculty councils so that the community college faculty of California may have a formal and effective procedure for participating in the formation of state policies on academic and professional matters. (b) The Board of Governors recognizes the Academic Senate of the California Community Colleges as the representative of community college academic senates or faculty councils before the Board of Governors and Chancellor's Office. For more information about how to get involved, visit the Academic Senate website: www.asccc.org/about.
ASCCC Mission Statement
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges fosters the effective participation by community college faculty in all statewide and local academic and professional matters; develops, promotes, and acts upon policies responding to statewide concerns; and serves as the official voice of the faculty of California Community Colleges in academic and professional matters. The Academic Senate strengthens and supports the local senates of all California community colleges.
7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.