Section 1 – Standing Committees

SSC may create such committees as are determined to be necessary to the furtherance of SSC's purposes.

SSC members shall choose committees and each committee shall choose a committee chair.

Committee membership shall be open to all interested employees within system administration.

Committee chairs must be current representatives of SSC.

All SSC representatives shall serve on at least two committees.

Each committee shall be composed of a chair and such additional members as are required to achieve its designated purpose.

In consultation with committee members, committee chairs shall be responsible for working within the budget designated annually for their respective committees.

Committees may act for or on behalf of SSC only with the prior consent of SSC or the executive committee.

Committees shall maintain records of their activities in a respository accessible by all members.

A quorum for each committee shall be two committee members, including committee members not currently serving on SSC.

Committee chairs shall provide to SSC and executive committee reports of their activities as requested.

The following are the standing committees of the SSC. The primary purview of each standing committee is listed herein.

    • Communications Committee: The Communications Committee is responsible for the dissemination and collection of information between SSC and system administration employees, maintaining the SSC website, updating the brochure as needed, and gathering feedback from system administration employees and bringing suggestions to SSC. They are also responsible for publishing SSC regular meeting agendas and minutes and making each available to SSC and the public via the website.

    • Events Committee: The Events Committee is responsible for organizing the University of Colorado system administration employee events which are sponsored by SSC, as well as organizing a gift for all system administration students once a year.

    • Health and Wellness Committee: The Health and Wellness Committee is responsible for planning and coordinating events that will assist system administration in reaching and maintaining health and wellness.

    • Outreach Committee: The Outreach Committee is responsible for organizing community service and engagement projects.

The SSC may establish ad hoc committees as necessary to carry out the work of SSC.