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Maintaining a quality community college requires community involvement. The President's Community Advisory Council provides "community voice" for CGCC and helps to shape strategic directions for the college as it serves the evolving needs of the Southeast Valley.
Membership on the Council will include representation from business, industry, government, education, and residents. Members will be experienced in their occupations, knowledgeable of the trends in their professions, aware of the needs in their communities, and committed to promoting higher education for residents in the community.
Up to 50 members may be invited to serve on the PCAC by the college president. Council members will serve a two-year term that may be renewed at the discretion of the college president. A chairperson will be selected by the president each year.

President's Leadership Council

Address items for which input on decisions is desired; makes decisions by consensus; focus on resource allocation and strategic direction; bring in resource people as needed.
President, Vice Presidents, and representatives of constituent groups.

Shared Governance Council

The College Governance Council will annually receive requests and make recommendations about the purpose and membership of College Committees and Task Forces.
They will also be charged with periodically evaluating the effectiveness of and satisfaction with the college governance system.
Two members of the college administration along with the president and vice president, or President’s Leadership Council representative, for each employee group.