The Curriculum Committee carries on regular review of the entire College curriculum;
considers for recommendation all matters of administrative policy concerning the curriculum;
considers for recommendation proposals for new courses and programs; recommends action
on all deletions, classifications and changes in courses and programs.
The Educational Policy Committee considers for recommendation all matters of educational
policy including academic standards, probation, disqualification, readmissions policies,
grading procedures, matriculation, student behavior, and student grievance procedures;
considers for recommendation all matters of administrative policy concerning educational
policy, including policies of the Office of Instruction and the Office of Student
The Professional Personnel Committee promotes staff development and professional growth,
considers questions of professional ethics, reviews and makes recommendations concerning
Program Improvement Funds and other faculty proposals as necessary, makes recommendations
concerning faculty awards, and reviews and recommends faculty development projects
The Professional Personal Committee holds meetings when necessary.
Students are encouraged to start new clubs and organizations to suit their interests.
A wide variety of leadership and volunteer opportunities are available within campus
clubs and organizations. This a great way to enhance students' experience at Skyline
College. These groups focus on a wide variety of student interests such as career
options, academics, cultural support, social events and interest, political service