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Student Role & Participation in Institutional Decision Making


The governing board and administration of North Central Texas College value the opinions and input of students in regard to a wide variety of college-related issues, and they believe strongly in empowering students by giving them a meaningful voice in the institutional decision-making process. This is done in a variety of ways, which include but are not limited to voting membership on representational groups, employee search/selection committees, and many committees of the college.

In addition, student input is actively encouraged and sought on a system-wide basis from such student organizations as the Student Government, Student Nursing Association and others. Members of Student Advisory Committees provide input on issues of specific interest and importance to both students and the administrative leadership.

Finally, students may-either individually or collectively-bring issues before the Instructional Council, President's Cabinet, or other administrative bodies of the college at any time by complying with the appropriate process for requesting that they be placed on the agenda.