The Academic Senate meets bi-monthly, on the second and fourth Tuesday, during the academic year at 12:30 pm in room 838.
To request that an item be added to the meeting agenda, please contact the Academic Senate President
two weeks before the meeting date.
*During COVID-19 campus closure meetings will be held via Zoom. Zoom information will be made available on the meeting agenda.
Academic Senate President: Dr. Eileene Tejada
Senate Administrative Assistant: Elizabeth Rivera
Academic Year 2022-2023
Zoom Link for meetings: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/94886895267
These meeting will be conducted electronically
pursuant to Government Code section 54953(e)(1)(A) and the Memorandum from Napa
County Executive Officer Minh C. Tran and Public Health Officer Karen Relucio,
M.D., dated September 27, 2021 regarding Recommendation for Continued Remote
Attendance at Brown Act meetings.
In the event of a disruption, if the meeting is not able to resume within 15 minutes, the date and time of a continued meeting will be posted by noon of the following day.
The opportunity to comment on agendas of public meetings is governed by the State of California Brown Act. By definition, this is an opportunity for the Academic Senate to learn the concerns and views of the public.
1. Members of the Public may join the meeting using the following link: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/94886895267 and make public comment during the meeting. Please click on the agenda to see instructions.
2. Members of the public may submit comments via email (to firstname.lastname@example.org). Written comments must be received by 5pm the day before the meeting. Please include in the Subject Line of the email: COMMENTS FOR THE MEETING (and include the date of the meeting).
Please note the following:
- Submissions of public comments will be considered a public record under the Public Records Act and are therefore subject to public disclosure.
- Submissions must either address an item listed on the agenda or be within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Board.
- Emailed public comment will be posted to the agenda. The comment will be read aloud for up to three minutes, if that is requested.