Mutually Agreed Upon Criteria for Setting Hiring Priorities Campus-wide

Resolution Number
Carrie Roberson
Assigned to
Faculty Leadership Development Committee
Faculty Development
Status Report

Faculty Development:2017 - 18: The committee to develop a survey to report at the fall or spring plenary session.

EDAC:2017 - 2018: This resolution is old. The Committee chair needs to determine if this resolution is still relevant. If it is, then the committee needs to make it a priority and create and administer the survey this month. If the committee feels it is not, then the chair needs to discuss with the president and seek approval from the Exec Committee. Regardless -- the field needs to be updated on this resolution.


Whereas, The 2015-2016 community college budget included over $62.3 million to support the movement toward 75:25 and increase the hiring of new full-time faculty, and local districts and colleges are hiring new faculty;

Whereas, The proposed budget for 2016-2017 also includes money for new full time hires and making progress toward 75:25; and

Whereas, At some colleges there are no mutually agreed upon criteria to use in the decision making process for setting priorities of new hires campus-wide;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges work with the Chancellor’s Office to urge local college faculty and administrators to develop mutually agreed upon criteria for setting new hire priorities such as but not limited to replacement of retirements, diversity, safety, health, program vitality/continuation, and student need; and

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges conduct research on the current criteria used by local colleges to set hiring priorities and disseminate information on faculty hiring by Spring 2016.