Bellevue College's Governance Structure
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Bellevue College Governance (BCG) is made up of a College Assembly and eight councils that provide advisory recommendations to college leadership on key areas such as strategic direction, resource acquisition and allocation, and policy. All BC employees are eligible to serve on a governance council.
Constituency councils represent students, faculty, classified staff, and exempt staff.
Functional councils represent college functions.
The College Assembly acts as a coordinating body for the governance system overall and communicates governance work to the president and the college at large. Assembly ensures that proposals are fully evaluated and reflect a collaborative process. It may refer, propose amendments to, or return to a council for reconsideration any submitted proposal. It may also endorse or decline to endorse a proposal to be sent to President’s Cabinet, and only proposals endorsed by Assembly will require a formal response.
Other College Assembly responsibilities include:
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