The Executive Council consists of the community college presidents and the executive director of the Commission. The remaining four councils report to the Executive Council.  All councils listed will meet to share information about specific policy areas, debate policy options, and make informed recommendations to the broader Commission.

The Academic Affairs Council is recognized as the principal source of
policy advisement to the Executive Council on system-wide matters related to academics and academic support services including, but not limited to:
1. Curriculum and program content, structure and standards.
2. Classification of courses, including levels of instruction.
3. Distance education.
4. Assessment.
5. Articulation.
6. Other issues delegated to the Academic Affairs Council by the Executive Council.

 
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