The College and Community Advisory Committee is a non-standing committee comprised of 3 faculty, 5 staff, and 2 students (3-5-2).
The College and Community Advisory Committee advises the senior administration on issues that grow from the college and community’s interdependence, with the primary goal of identifying and encouraging efforts of mutual benefit. Three faculty members are appointed by the Faculty Steering Committee. Two student members are elected by their peers. The ex-officio members are the Assistant to the President for Community and Government Affairs (who serves as chair of the committee), Associate Provost, Chaplain to the College, Director of the Center for Learning in Action, and General Counsel.
- Assistant to the President for Community and Government Affairs, Chair
- Associate Provost
- Chaplain to the College
- Director of the Center for Learning in Action
- General Counsel
- Two Students