The Senior Executive Team (SET) of Shoreline Community College is making some adjustments to widen opportunities for input and discussion around important college issues.
“We need to make sure SET is regularly interacting with people from across the campus on key issues as the college moves forward,” Vice President for Administrative Services Daryl Campbell said. “These adjustments will help assure wider participation.”
Moving forward, SET will be comprised of the three vice presidents, including the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Vice President for Administrative Services and the Vice President for Human Resources and Legal Affairs. The anticipated monthly meeting schedule includes:
Once a month: SET only
Once a month or as needed: SET, deans and the special assistant to the president for communications and marketing.
Twice a month: SET plus invitees to be determined weekly.
According to a memo outlining the adjustments, SET is the primary campus leadership group and responsible for ensuring the college conducts operations in accordance with standards of accreditation, pursuant to its mission and in line with its strategic plan. SET ensures accountability, drives transformational change and communicates frequently with all constituent members across campus regarding strategic-level issues.
SET meetings generally last between 90 minutes and two hours. Each vice-president will serve as meeting facilitator on an approximately four month rotation. While SET does deal with emergent issues as needed, in general, the agenda items should be submitted to the current SET facilitator at least three days in advance of the meetings.
Prior to these adjustments, SET membership included the vice presidents as well as special assistants and executive associate to the president. Those positions and the vice presidents will continue to participate in PSET meetings, which are chaired by the president.