Governance is a process of consultation and communication by which decisions and policies are developed to meet the mission of an institution. Faculty, staff, students, administration and the Board of Trustees of SUNY Broome Community College, then, are committed to shared governance – a dynamic, open, and cooperative process which seeks input and recommendations from all campus constituencies to inform decision-making that will help the College best achieve its mission and goals.
Such a participatory structure and process will assist the campus community to communicate and collaborate in a respectful, honest, and productive manner regarding decisions that are for the good of the College as a whole in terms of establishing its course and direction.
Shared Governance Meetings For Fall 2023
(3:00 pm – 4:30 pm) Wales 203B
- Monday, August 28 (First day of classes)
- Monday, September 25
- Monday, October 30
- Monday, November 27
- Monday, December 18 (Last day of lasses)
(3:00 pm – 4:00 pm) Decker 201
- Wednesday, September 13
- Wednesday, October 11
- Wednesday, November 15
- Wednesday, December 6
Shared Governance Mission
The mission of Shared Governance shall be to:
- represent and promote a broad range of perspectives, input, and influence on governance issues;
- facilitate timely, factual, and systematic two-way communication and information dissemination between constituents and the administration relative to decisions related to SUNY Broome policy and matters important to the development of the College;
- support a more transparent and inclusive decision-making process with clear accountability for the recommendations made and decisions produced.