Meets March and April only.
The Institutional Equipment Committee (IEC) operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee to ensure faculty, staff and student involvement in recommending allocations for institutional equipment. The Committee will make recommendations to the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee regarding the specific institutional equipment allocations. Standard forms will be used and proposals will be elicited from every department. Requestors will send copies to the supervising Dean/Manager.
- Review and rank institutional equipment requests received from departments based on the following criteria:
- Institutional improvement and support of the educational master plan. (Will the equipment upgrade the quality of instruction? Will it facilitate innovation and the application of state-of-the-art technology?)
- Necessary to meet accreditation standards, and/or health and safety requirements.
- Impact on enrollment. (Will we be able to accommodate or attract additional students?)
- Interdisciplinary applications. (Can more than one discipline share the equipment?)
- Number of students to be served.
- New acquisition, replacement, age, and obsolescence. (Are there funds available for new equipment? Replacements? How worn out or outdated is current equipment?)
- Housing/maintenance. (Does the discipline have space for the equipment? Can it provide for its maintenance?)
- Current equipment budget. (Disciplines with no significant equipment funds in the current budget should receive greater consideration.)
- Recency of funding. (When did the disciplines last acquire funding?)
- Based on Committee review and ranking, recommend institutional equipment purchases to the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee. Consult with other appropriate groups, if necessary.
- Develop, review and widely communicate timeline, guides, forms, and decisions.
- Establish appropriate timelines to complete tasks and make recommendations.
Five (5) faculty of differing departments, appointed by the Academic Senate
Two (2) classified professionals from the instructional area appointed by the Classified Professional Liaison Committee (CPLC)
Two (2) students appointed by the Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM)
One (1) administrator appointed by the Superintendent/President
The Vice President of Student Learning & Success or designee will serve as a non-voting chair.
The District Buyer will serve as a non-voting resource person.
Jonathan Eldridge, Chair (Non-Voting)
Patricia Hulin, 2019/2020
Ron Krempetz, 2019/2020
David Erlenheim, 2019/2020
Andy Haber, 2019/2020