• Advisory Representatives to the Board of Education: 9140

  • Section 9000: Board By-Laws
    Advisory Representatives to the Board of Education
    Board Policy: 9140
    Board of Education (BE)
    Approval: 11/6/16

    As an avenue for open communication, the Board establishes the position of advisory representative to the Board, hereinafter referred to as "advisory representative." The purpose of these representative seats at the Board meetings is to provide an opportunity for open discussion on issues related to the general welfare of the College. These face-to-face opportunities will foster two-way communication which will assist both the associations' and Board’s perspectives. Advisory representatives do not have voting rights.


    There will be representatives from the following associations, selected by their respective memberships as follows:

    1. The representative of the associated student government;
    2. The representative of the classified employees association;
    3. The representative of the full-time faculty association;
    4. The representative of the part-time faculty and tutors association;
    5. The representative of the Head Start association;
    6. Others as determined by the Board.


    If a vacancy occurs in a position of advisory representative, it will be filled by the successor in Office of such for the balance of the term in which the vacancy occurs.


    Advisory representatives may attend all regular and special meetings of the Board, except executive sessions. All such participation will be in person.


    • Advisory representatives will receive notice of meetings, the agenda and the appropriate agenda materials.
    • Advisory representatives will not vote on matters before the board.


    Legal Reference:
    ORS 192.610
    ORS 192.630
    ORS 341.290