Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee/TAC

Charge

The Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee is responsible for development and review of policies, procedures, administrative requirements and general information regarding counseling and library issues; discussion of current counseling and library programs; and consensus development on issues through study and research. The committee presents position statements and policy recommendations to the Academic Senate Executive Committee.

Current Members

Meeting Dates

Past Meeting Minutes

Resources

#TitleSessionYearStatus
08.01 Standards of Practice for California Community College Counseling Programs Spring 1997 Completed
17.01 Student Preparation and Success Spring 1998 Completed
08.01 Counseling Faculty Assigned to other College Programs Fall 1997 Completed
16.02 Information Competency Fall 1996 Completed
16.02 Cataloging by Librarians Spring 1996 Completed
08.01 Create a Standing Committee for Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Spring 1995 Completed
15.01 UC/CSU Transfer Admissions Practices Spring 2004 Completed
15.03 CSU Service Areas Spring 2004 Completed
16.01 Categorical Funding for Library and Learning Resources Fall 1996 Completed
19.05 Ratio, Counseling and Library Faculty Inclusion(19.13 S96 Postponed) Fall 1996 Completed
08.02 Athletic Counselors Fall 1997 Completed
19.02 No classroom Faculty and 75:25 Spring 1997 Completed
19.03 Learning Center Faculty Spring 1997 Completed
21.01 Internet and Career Center Access Spring 1997 Completed
20.04 Honors Programs Fall 1998 Completed
20.01 Honors Programs Spring 1998 Completed
04.03 Transfer Admission Guarantee Agreements Spring 1998 Completed
08.05 Inclusion of all Counseling Faculty in General Counseling Activities Spring 1998 Completed
08.01 Web Advising Fall 1999 In Progress
18.01 English Placement Spring 1999 Completed
04.01 Community College Articulation Numbering System (CCAN) Spring 1999 Completed
08.01 Degree Audit Check Spring 1999 Completed
08.02 Appropriate Uses of Paraprofessionals Spring 1999 Completed
08.01 Use of Paraprofessionals Spring 2001 Completed
06.07 Protection of Counseling and Library Faculty in Relation to the 50% Law Fall 2000 Completed
04.02 Student Athletes Fall 2001 Completed
04.03 Student Athletes Fall 2001 In Progress
08.02 Transfer Center Directors Spring 2001 Completed
08.05 Student Athletes Spring 2001 In Progress
13.02 Effect of Compressed Calendars on No classroom Faculty Spring 2002 Completed
08.03 Learning Centers Spring 1998 Completed
08.01 Support for Online Counseling Services Spring 2008 In Progress
13.04 Effective Practices for Online Tutoring Spring 2008 To be Addressed
08.02 Title 5 Changes to Include Counselor to Student Ratio Spring 2010 Completed
06.01 Evaluation and Revision of Financial Aid Systems Fall 2010 Found Not Feasible
11.01 Consultation Regarding Technology Tools Impacting Student Services Fall 2011
TitleAuthorMonthYear
Why Should We Care About Categoricals? Counseling & Library Faculty Issues Committee and the Transfer & Articulation Committee November 2009
When Are Counseling Paraprofessionals Appropriate? A Friendly Reminder Barrios, Mary Beth,San Bernardino Valley College, Char Perlas, Mission College, Members, Counseling and Library Faculty Issue Co April 2010
Starting Students off on the Right Foot and Keeping Them on the Right Track! Bontenbal, Kevin, Chair, Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee May 2011
Improving Student Access to Financial Aid Matthew, Esther, Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee May 2011
Helping Veteran Students be Successful and Reach their Academic Goals! Bontenbal, Kevin, Past Chair, Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee September 2011