Help Bring College Values to Life
The College of Marin Participatory Governance System (PGS) ensures that faculty, staff, and students, through participation in governance committees, have the right to participate effectively in the District and College governance, and the opportunity to express their opinions at the camp's level and ensure that these opinions are given every reasonable consideration. The College of Marin PGS enhances transparency in decision-making.
Benefits of serving on a PGS Committee:
- Engage with fellow COM team members; gain exposure to college process/system outside of your immediate home department; opportunity to contribute.
- Meet people from outside your department; learn about other areas of campus life; have an impact on the College.
- Learn about the way the College operates and the processes.
How to participate in these committees:
- Faculty are appointed by the Academic Senate.
- Classified Professionals are appointed by the Classified Professional Liaison Committee (CPLC).
- Students are appointed by the Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM).
- Managers are appointed by the Superintendent/President.
Assess and evaluate all final recommendations, proposals, and College reports.
Governance Review Council (GRC)
Monitor, review, and evaluate the participatory governance process and changes.
Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC)
Help operationalize the College’s mission and strategic plan to ensure antiracist practices, equity, and access.
Educational Planning Committee (EPC)
Ensure that equity is embedded and to break down silos by drawing connections across all areas of the College from a birds-eye view.
Institutional Equipment Committee (IEC)
Review all requests and make recommendations for equipment from academic departments, student services, and College operations.
Technology Planning Committee (TPC)
Provide guidance for major technological decisions and help to facilitate technology projects.
Career and Technical Education Committee (CTEC)
Support the development and delivery of successful Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
Facilities Planning Committee (FPC)
Provide input to the College regarding facilities, facilities plans, and the project related to the Bond.
Guidance, Resources, Integration, and Transformation Committee (GRIT)
Develop COM’s Student Equity Plan in advancing equity, antiracism, and student access and success.
Professional Learning Committee (PLC)
Cultivate a culture of learning, foster a sense of community, and support institutional practices that close equity gaps and promote student achievement.