College Senate Committees
- Curriculum: Matt Miller
- Educational Resources: Roschella Stephens
- Faculty Welfare: George Wightman
- Professional Staff Welfare: Denise Keating and Laurie Necasek
Every senator is expected to serve on at least one committee.
Academic Policies Committee
Recommends policies which promote academic procedures, professional ethics, and academic standards.
Makes recommendations concerning faculty membership, Senate representation, Constitutional changes, and election procedures.
Recommends policies concerning curricula, degrees, and diplomas; it shall also reserve the right to review all proposals for the addition or revision of courses, curricula, and requirements for degrees and diplomas.
Educational Resources Committee
Recommends policies which promote the expansion of the learning resources of the College and opportunities for professional and educational development of the Faculty/Professional Staff.
Faculty Welfare Committee
Recommends policies which promote the general welfare of the Faculty in areas relating but not limited to working conditions, educational resources, and Faculty grievances.
Professional Staff Welfare Committee
Recommends policies which promote the general welfare of the Professional Staff in areas relating but not limited to working conditions, educational resources and Professional Staff grievances.
Student Welfare Committee
Recommends policies which promote the welfare of students attending Central Piedmont Community College.
Helps facilitate communication of technology changes to Faculty and Staff; makes recommendations concerning Faculty, Professional Staff and student technology needs; recommends current and future technology needs; identifies and promotes new technology initiatives with the intent to develop long-term recommendations; and in order to ensure that the purposes of this committee are met, the chair of this committee serves on the College Tech Team.