Professional Relations Committee - The purpose of the Professional Relations Committee is to provide confidential interviews and conflict resolution for non-contractual conflicts involving faculty.

Curriculum Committee - The De Anza Curriculum Committee strives to ensure that De Anza's curriculum is academically sound, comprehensive, and responsive to the evolving needs and multiple perspectives of the community.

SLOS - Student Learning Outcomes establishes processes and procedures to define and assess outcomes that demonstrate learning that has occurred as a result of a specific course, program, activity, or process.

Course Scheduling and Enrollment Management (CSEM) Committee -- As part of the De Anza College Shared Governance structure, the Course Scheduling and Enrollment Management Task Force [hereinafter referred to as CSEM] will provide data, identification of best practices, policy development, and policy implementation as related to the title of said committee.  These objectives will be realized in concert with processes for institutional planning and budget development that adhere to the Mission Statement of De Anza College.  These include methods, approaches, or techniques that have been generally accepted as superior to any alternatives because they produce results that are superior to those achieved by other means.   They are driven by the principles of role clarity, transparency, accountability, and stakeholder engagement.  They are based on experience and research, and have been proven to reliably lead to a desired result. DURATION: Academic Years 2018-2020

Academic Senate Scholarship Committee - The Academic Senate Scholarships Committee reviews scholarships applications and selects the recipients of the two Academic Senate Scholarships awarded annually

Community Police Task Force - A committee formed by the Academic Senate to improve safety on campus and to better relations between the police and broader college community.

Enrollment Advisory Team - a group formed to advise campus on enrollment concerns and issues, made up of administrators, staff, and faculty.

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