Policy Update: Governance Structure

Thursday, July 16, 2020 

In this Policy Update series, you’ll receive information about recently updated, repealed or approved policies to ensure you are kept abreast of key policy changes. We are excited to provide you with relevant and timely policy information to assist you in your role and your team’s contributions to the College. 

By Michelle Sever, Director, Policy and Special Projects 

An important aspect of an effective leader is to have a foundational understanding of the organizational culture of Valencia College. Some culture aspects include having knowledge of the College’s mission, vision and values; involvement and collaboration on the College’s strategic direction; and being familiar with the College’s governance structure.

At the June District Board of Trustees meeting, several policies surrounding the College’s governance structure were approved that provide information on various topics, ranging from the structure, roles and responsibilities of the board to how policies are reviewed and amended.

Please refer to the approved College Policies below to see the updates on Volume 1 policies:

For additional questions on the approved policies, contact Bill Mullowney, vice president, policy and general counsel, at bmullowney@valenciacollege.edu or 407-299-5000, extension 3411.

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