What is governance?
Governance at Cosumnes River College is a collaborative process involving representatives from all constituent groups who engage in open discussion and timely decision-making.
How Governance Works at CRC
Those who will be impacted, and those who hold responsibility, are invited into a process in which decisions are made through shared leadership that actively seeks consensus on the best way forward with respect to any given issue or opportunity. By seeking general agreement (consensus) rather than majority opinion, the College is able to maximize institutional effectiveness while fostering a continuing culture of participatory governance and shared leadership. The purpose of governance is to achieve valued outputs which are strategies, solutions, and/or recommendations that advance CRC in the direction of maximizing institutional effectiveness. Valued outputs are achieved through participation and dialogue.
All official governance documents can be accessed via BoardDocs.
Constituency Groups & Committees
The Academic Senate serves as the representative voice of faculty with regard to academic and professional matters.
The Classified Senate supports all classified employees by providing leadership roles and professional development activities.
Organizational Charts for Cosumnes River College.
Participatory Governance Council
Participatory Governance (PG) encourages the collaborative participation and advice of those closest to an issue, project, or program to inform the college-wide perspective.