On this page you will find links to committee meeting agendas, minutes, and other information pertinent to the business of the Hiring Standards Committee. Information intended only for Committee members is available on Talonnet. Information about the Hiring Standards Committee can be found on pages 42-43 of the Cerritos College Shared Governance Document.
The Hiring Standards Committee meets on the third Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. in LA-31. No meeting is scheduled for December or May for this academic year, except for emergency committee business. Please contact the committee Co-Chairs Carlos Arce or Liz Page for further information about this page.
September 20, 2011 Meeting Agenda
October 18, 2011 Meeting Agenda
November 15, 2011 Meeting Agenda
December 18, 2011 Meeting Agenda
January 17, 2012 Meeting Agenda
February 21, 2012 Meeting Agenda
March 20, 2012 Meeting Agenda
April 17, 2012 Meeting Agenda
September 20, 2011 Meeting Minutes
October 18, 2011 Meeting Minutes
November 15, 2011 Meeting Minutes
December 18, 2011 Meeting Minutes
January 17, 2012 Meeting Minutes
February 21, 2012 Meeting Minutes
March 20, 2012 Meeting Minutes
April 17, 2012 Meeting Minutes
Equivalency Request Form
Please save the form to your computer. Complete the form and submit it to Carlos Arce, Hiring Standards Committee Co-Chair. Note: If you experience an error message when attempting to access the form, click 'OK' until the form opens.
Minimum Qualifications and Local Standards - Cerritos College
View a listing of the Cerritos College disciplines that use State minimum qualifications and those disciplines that use local standards.
Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges
March 2010 document approved by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges.
Minimum Qualifications - Disciplines List Review
Every two years the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges conducts a review of the Disciplines List, which establishes the minimum qualifications for the faculty of California community colleges. Details outlining the proposal process, time line, review, and adoption can be found at the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges site.
No Single Course Equivalencies
The Chancellor's Office has determined that community college districts are not authorized to establish a single course equivalency as a substitute for meeting minimum qualifications in a discipline.
State Academic Senate Site
Official site of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges.