Academic Senate Papers

Year Title Topic Committee Publication file
1988 High Schools: Improving Articulation between High Schools and Community Colleges: Activities and Incentives Articulation and Transfer Educational Policies Committee High Schools Improving Articulation
1986 High Schools: Planning for Tomorrow: How to Prepare in High School for Your Community College Years Articulation and Transfer Educational Policies Committee High Schools: Planning for Tomorrow
1980 Issues Pertaining to the Transfer Function of the California Community Colleges Articulation and Transfer Issues Pertaining to the Transfer Function
1995 Scope, Implications, and Impact: The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges Response to the Proposed CSU Policy to Eliminate Remedial Education for Entering Undergraduate Students Articulation and Transfer Educational Policies Committee CSU Policy to Eliminate Remedial Education
2012 The Role of Counseling Faculty and Delivery of Counseling Services in the California Community Colleges Counseling Transfer, Articulation, and Student Services Committee The Role of Counseling Faculty
2012 Setting Course Enrollment Maximums: Process, Roles, and Principles Curriculum Curriculum Committee Setting Course Enrollment Maximums: Process, Roles, and Principles
2010 Data 101: Guiding Principles for Faculty White Paper Executive Committee Data 101: Guiding Principles for Faculty
2009 Promising Practices for Transitioning Students from Adult Education to Postsecondary Education Promising Practices for Transitioning Students
2009 Contextualized Teaching & Learning: A Faculty Primer Contextualized Teaching & Learning: A Faculty Primer
2009 Effective Practices for Promoting the Transition of High School Students to College Transition of High School Students to College
2009 Program Review: Setting a Standard Curriculum Educational Policies Committee Program Review: Setting a Standard
2009 California Community Colleges: Principles and Leadership in the Context of Higher Education General Concerns Principles and Leadership in the Context of Higher Education
2009 Budget Considerations - A Primer for Senate Leaders Educational Policies Committee Budget Considerations - A Primer for Senate Leaders
2009 SLO Terminology Glossary - A Resource for Local Senates Curriculum Unassigned SLO Terminology Glossary - A Resource for Local Senates
2010 Statement on Competencies in Mathematics Expected of Entering College Students Statement on Competencies in Mathematics
2006 California Community College Transfer: Recommended Guidelines Articulation and Transfer Transfer and Articulation Committee California Community College Transfer: Recommended Guidelines
2015 Academic Senate Bylaws Academic Senate Standards and Practices Committee Bylaws
2010 Standards of Practice for California Community College Library Faculty and Programs Library and Learning Resources Transfer, Articulation, and Student Services Committee Standards of Practice for CCC Library Faculty and Programs
2012 Program Discontinuance: A Faculty Perspective Revisited Curriculum Educational Policies Committee Program Discontinuance: A Faculty Perspective Revisited
2020 Local Senates Handbook Academic Senate Relations with Local Senates Committee
2015 Effective Practices in Accreditation a Guide for Faculty Accreditation Accreditation Committee Effective Practices in Accreditation
2013 Alternative Methods for the Awarding of College Credit: Credit by Examination for Articulated High School Courses Professional Standards Alternative Methods for the Awarding Of College Credit
2013 Statement on Competencies in Mathematics Expected of Entering College Students Articulation and Transfer ICAS Representatives Statement on Competencies in Mathematics Expected of Entering College Students
2017 The Course Outline of Record: A Curriculum Reference Guide Revisited Curriculum Curriculum Committee The Course Outline of Record
2016 Statement of Competencies in the Natural Sciences Expected of Entering Freshmen Intersegmental Issues ICAS Representatives Statement of Competencies in the Natural Sciences Expected of Entering Freshmen