Section II - Administration

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Organizational Structure - Standing Committees

To describe the purposed of RCC's standing committees


Standing committees are an integral part of Randolph Community College’s continuous improvement processes. Through committee participation, College employees can be involved in identifying and addressing issues that impact the College’s ability to achieve its strategic priorities, goals, and mission.

Standing Committees

  • Accessibility
  • Curriculum
  • Curriculum Graduation
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Energy Conservation & Green Initiative
  • Health/Wellness
  • Professional Development
  • SACSCOC Reaffirmation
  • Safety
  • Simulation Center Team
  • Technology

Committee Appointments

Committee appointments are made by the President of the College and are effective July 1 through June 30 of each year. A divisional vice president or designated professional employee will support each committee.

Committee Staff Support

  • Accessibility: VP for Student Services
  • Curriculum: VP for Instructional Services
  • Curriculum Graduation: VP for Student Services
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: VP for Workforce Development and Continuing Education
  • Energy Conservation & Green Initiative: Director of Facilities Operations
  • Health/Wellness: Director of Human Resources
  • Professional Development: Executive Assistant to the President
  • SACSCOC Reaffirmation: VP for Institutional Advancement
  • Safety: Special Assistant to the President
  • Simulation Center Team: Senior Leadership Team
  • Technology: VP for Administrative Services
Committee Appointment Procedures
  • By May 30 of each year: the Special Assistant to the President will contact committee chairs for their input on membership on their committee. The Special Assistant to the President will also contact the Senior Leadership Team for their recommendations for staff in their area who are serving on committees and also for their recommendations for those committees for which they serve as a liaison. These recommendations will then be reviewed by the President. Employees interested in serving on specific committees should submit their names to the appropriate Senior Leadership Team member for consideration. Committee membership should be as balanced and representative as possible.
  • By June 30 of each year: the president will formally appoint committee members and chairs, adding to or deleting from the recommended list.
  • Between July 1 and August 30, all committee chairs will participate in a committee orientation.
  • When a vacancy occurs on a committee, the appropriate Senior Leadership Team member in collaboration with the committee chair may recommend a replacement to the president.
Reporting and Minutes of Committee Meetings

Committee meeting minutes should be emailed to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness.

Committee reports can be accessed, reviewed and distributed by the divisional vice president as necessary to communicate committee activities and recommendations to College employees.


Adopted: 10/21/1999

Revised: 02/01/2000, 10/19/2000, 07/19/2001, 10/25/2001, 10/17/2002, 01/15/2004, 11/20/2008, 11/30/17, 1/15/2019, 02/2022