Dean's Advisory Council
The School of Social Sciences and Education Dean's Advisory Council (SSE-DAC) advises the Dean with respect to all matters of common interest to the School, reviews organization and long-range plans, and suggests modifications where appropriate. The DAC will serve as an important venue of information dissemination and discussion on issues arising at the department or university level.
The School of Social Sciences and Education Dean's Advisory Council consists of all department chairs, the Associate Dean, a faculty representative from the Antelope Valley campus, the Dean's office Administrative Support Coordinator and the SSE Administrative Analyst Specialist Budget Manager.
The Dean's Advisory Council shall meet at least three times during each quarter during the regular academic year and more frequently as needed. Dates of scheduled meetings of the Dean's Advisory Council will be distributed at the beginning of each quarter.
The Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Education will chair the Council.
The Office of the Dean, School of Social Sciences and Education, shall provide all needed clerical support.
Approved minutes of the SS&E Dean's Advisory Council will be electronically distributed to the department chairs who will forward them to department faculty.