RSCCD Mission: The mission of the Rancho Santiago Community College District is to provide quality educational programs and services that address the needs of our diverse students and communities.
Santa Ana College Mission: The mission of Santa Ana College is to be a leader and partner in meeting the intellectual, cultural, technological and workforce development needs of our diverse community. Santa Ana College provides access and equity in a dynamic learning environment that prepares students for transfer, careers and lifelong intellectual pursuits in a global community.
Santa Ana College Vision Themes: I. Student Achievement; II. Use of Technology; III. Innovation; IV. Community; V. Workforce Development; VI. Emerging American Community.
The mission of the FACILITIES COMMITTEE
The Facilities Committee is the participatory governance committee responsible for identifying and prioritizing capital projects including scheduled maintenance projects. It serves as an information and exchange body on facilities projects that are in construction or that are being planned.
The Facilities Committee:
Identifies and prioritizes projects including potential hazards, operational effectiveness and appearance.
Communicates through its members, with the college community on facilities issues, the committee’s work and recommendations.
Identifies potential secondary effects due to the construction of new facilities or the remodeling of existing ones.
Convene and coordinate the Safety and Security Task Force (formerly known as the Safety and Security Committee) as needed
2012/2013 Committee Goals
Align SAC Facilities Committee goals with the RSCCD Sustainability Initiative. Maximum effort will be made to ensure that all improvements be created and managed sustainably for reduction of fossil fuel consumption, and thus the reduction of the campus carbon footprint. “Green” efforts will be considered as a means of reducing utility costs and improving the campus, local and community environment.
Receive reports on maintenance, repair, renovations, and upgrades to existing buildings, infrastructure, and equipment. Receive reports on progress of new construction as new buildings are approved, designed, and started. Make recommendations as appropriate.
Monitor efforts to maintain and improve campus appearance.
Continue to review and implement the SAC Facilities Master Plan at ancillary sites.
Evaluate and advise on secondary effects of renovation and/or re-purposing of space.
Monitor efforts and support the Environmental task force and the HEPSS (Health, Emergency Preparedness, Safety and Security) task force and SACTAC (Santa Ana College Technology Advisory Committee).
Monitor the campus grounds and facilities for ADA compliance; review the ADA Transition Plan; and support the ADA task force. Recommend that modifications be made in a timely manner to correct known deficiencies.
Provide a conduit for communication for faculty, staff and students to bring forward facility related issues to Administrative attention.
Dr. Michael Collins - Vice President, Administrative Services, Co-chair
Elliott Jones - Faculty Co-chair
||Bart Hoffman, Jim Kennedy, Eve Kikawa, Rhonda Langston, Sara Lundquist, Linda Rose, Mark Wheeler, James Wooley|
|Academic Senate Representation
Maria Aguilar Beltran, Louis Pedroza (alt.), Susan Sherod, Valinda Tivenan
||Mike Ediss, Richard Luna, Sarah Salas, Maria Taylor|
2013-11-21_SAC Weekly Construction Update.pdf