Classified Senate

Election 2021


Thank you for your interest in the Classified Senate Election.

Election timeline is as follows: 

  • March 15th – April 12th / Nominations
  • March 13th – April 19th / Review Candidates
  • April 20th – April 27th / Ballots & Voting
  • April 28th – April 30th / Count Ballots
  • May 3rd - Classified Senate meeting / Announce Election Results
  • July 1st - Terms Start

Please click on a position to view description and responsibilities.

  • CS President

    The President duties include, but not limited to the following. 

    • Attend all Classified Senate, Council, Shared Governance Council (SGC), Classified Senate Coordinating Council (CSCC) and District Governance Council (DGC) meetings. The Classified Senate President may delegate this duty to a Classified Senate member if the officers are unable to attend.
    • Be responsible for the preparation of the agenda for all meetings after receiving input from Classified Professionals.
    • Preside over Classified Senate meetings and Council meetings.
    • Represent Classified Professionals at Shared Governance Council (SGC), Classified Senate Coordinating Council (CSCC), District Governance Council (DGC) and other college and district committees, meetings and functions.
    • Sign approved minutes, along with the Secretary.
    • Sign approved treasurer’s report along with the Treasurer.
    • Provide Orientation for new Council Members.

     

    Compensation is available for Classified Senate duties perform outside of regular working hours. 

  • CS Vice President

    The Vice President duties include, but not limited to the following. 

    • Attend all Classified Senate, Council, Shared Governance Council (SGC), Classified Senate Coordinating Council (CSCC) and District Governance Council (DGC) meetings.
    • Assist in all duties of the presidency and perform other related duties as assigned by the President.
    • Serve as Interim President during an absence of the President.
    • Succeed to the office of President, upon resignation or removal of President, and serve the remainder of the year.
    • Perform the duties of the Secretary or Treasurer in their absence. 
  • CS Secretary

    The Secretary duties include, but not limited to the following

    • Attend all Classified Senate and Council meetings.
    • Record and post minutes on the Classified Senate website of all Classified Senate and Council meetings. A draft is expected to the President within seven (7) calendar days after the meeting, with a final copy being provided three (3) days before the next Classified Senate/Council meeting.
    • Maintain an archive of all Classified Senate and Council business and correspondence.
    • Sign approved minutes, along with the President.
    • Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the President.
  • CS Treasurer

    The Treasurer duties include, but not limited to the following

    • Attend all the Classified Senate and Council meetings.
    • Be responsible for all monetary collections and disbursements relating to the Classified Senate.
    • Maintain all records pertaining to the financial status of the Classified Senate.
    • Prepare a monthly financial report and financial year-end report to be made available to the Classified Senate..
    • Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the President.
  • CS Council Member

    The Council Members  duties include, but not limited to the following

    • Attend all the Classified Senate and Council meetings.
    • Participate on standing committees as outlined in these bylaws.
    • Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the President.

Questions?

Contact the Classified Election Committee