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Ca. COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SENATE MEET on Phone and In Sac. to 4pm
Date Sunday February 08
Time 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location Details
1102 Q STREET, 3RD FLOOR – SACRAMENTO, CA 95811-6549 – VOICE MAIL: (916) 445-1729 – EMAIL: SSENATE [at] CCCCO.EDU
http://WWW.STUDENTSENATECCC.ORG
“The mission of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges is to pursue policies that will improve student access, promote student
success, engage and empower local student leaders, and enrich the collegiate experience for all California community college students.”
STUDENT SENATE COUNCIL
Meeting Agenda
February 7th-8th, 2009
Hawthorn Suites
321 Bercut Drive
Sacramento, California 95814
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Student Senate Council will hold a regular meeting on February 7th-
8th in Sacramento, California. The meeting times and location are noted below. All Student Senate
Council meetings are held in locations that are wheelchair accessible. Other disability-related
accommodations will be provided to persons with disabilities upon request. Persons requesting such
accommodations should notify Julie Moore, jmoore [at] cccco.edu, (916) 327-8103, no less than five
working days prior to the meeting. The Chancellor’s Office will make efforts to meet requests made after
such date, if possible.
Call-in Number: (888) 886-3951
Pass Code: 898923
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorDavid Quinley
Emaildavidquinley [at] aol.com
Phone415 479 1888
RECESS UNTIL SUNDAY
Sunday, February 8th, 2009 | 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Location: Capitol Room
8.8 New System Office Procedures for Student Senate Arrangements (Pres. Young, Ms.
Moore)
The Student Senate Council will discuss new procedures for Student Senate travel
arrangements and claims.
8.9 Board of Governors Finalists (Executive Committee, Pres. Young)
“The mission of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges is to pursue policies that will improve student access, promote student
success, engage and empower local student leaders, and enrich the collegiate experience for all California community college students.”
The Student Senate Council will review the recommendations of the Executive
Committee for the open student seats on the Board of Governors and possibly take
action to forward those names to the Governor’s office.
8.10 Student Representative Appointments (Pres. Young)
A. System Office Advisory Committees – Council will review applications received to
date and possibly take action to appoint student members to committees.
B. Shared Governance Committees – Council will approve recommended
appointments to shared governance committees.
C. Standing Committees – Council will approve recommended appointments to
SSCCC Standing Committees.
IX. Committee Reports
9.1 Budget Committee
9.2 Constitution and Bylaws Committee
9.3 Elections Committee
9.4 Equity and Diversity Committee
9.5 Executive Committee
9.6 General Assembly Planning Committee
9.7 Governmental Relations Committee
9.8 International Student Affairs Committee
9.9 Public Relations Committee
9.10 Relations with Local Senates Committee
9.11 Resolutions Committee
9.12 Sustainability Advisory Committee
X. Statewide Shared Governance Reports
10.1 Board of Governors
10.2 Consultation Council
10.3 Budget Work Group
10.4 Legislative Task Force
10.5 Academic Senate
XI. General Reports
11.1 System Office Report
11.2 Student Senate Liaison Reports
11.3 Executive Officer Reports
11.4 Regional Senator Reports
11.5 At-Large Senator Reports
XII. Public Comment
This time is reserved for members of the public to address the Student Senate Council on issues
not already appearing on the agenda. A limit of three minutes per speaker and fifteen minutes per
topic shall be observed.
XIII. Adjournment

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