College Governance Council
The Skyline College Governance Council is the primary planning and policy formulation group for the College, thereby establishing the charges to other units and committees in accomplishing specific tasks including, but not limited to, the following areas: budget, programs, student equity, accreditation, and program review.
The Council is responsible for reviewing the progress and accomplishments of the units and committees.
The College Governance Council consists of the President of the College, the Executive Council, and two representatives from each of the four constituent groups: Academic Senate, Associated Students, Classified Senate and Management Council. The President and the Executive Council members are Ex-Officio, non-voting members of the CGC.
The council, working with PRIE, is charged with evaluating the assessment process for participatory governance of the college. The College Governance Council serves as the umbrella participatory governance committee for the College and is a major participant in decision making for the College.