Standing Committees are permanent parts of the internal governance process of San Joaquin Delta College, and are identified as such in board policy.
Ad Hoc/Advisory Committees are temporary committees formed by the Superintendent/President to address a specific issue important to college governance. Ad hoc committees cease to exist upon accomplishment of their specific charge. All ad hoc committees expire at the end of the fiscal year (June 30), and continue only if specifically reappointed by the Superintendent/President.
Adjudication Appeals Panels share many of the characteristics of shared governance committees, serving as special purpose bodies formed to hear complaints, evidence, and recommend judgment regarding issues that may be in dispute.
Program Advisory Committees are permanent committees formed primarily of persons outside of the college with a specific interest and/or expertise in a specific program area. These committees are formed for the purpose of advising college officials concerning how specific programs meet the needs of the community they are aimed to serve.