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Academic Senate

The ARC Academic Senate is made up of faculty members who represent their academic divisions and senate executive officers who are elected to represent the entire faculty.

The purpose of the Academic Senate is to provide the faculty body with its formal representative voice in its role in participatory governance. The Academic Senate makes recommendations and represents the ARC faculty members in "academic and professional matters" per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.

Senate Agendas and Minutes Available Via: (IGOR) Institutional Governance Online Repository

Academic Senate Calendar

There are no upcoming events at this time.

About Academic Senate

Academic Senate For California Community Colleges

Formed in 1970, the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization. Created for the promotion and advancement of public community college education in California.


Academic Senate Documents

These documents provide guidance for the operations of the Academic Senate.

The Academic Senate Constitution provides an overview of the Academic Senate structure as well as its principles.

Academic Senate By-Laws provide the procedural rules and are written to be consistent with the Constitution.