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Edmonds Community College    
  Oct 16, 2017
Policy Management
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BOT 4.0 - Board Philosophy of Governance :

The Edmonds Community College Board Philosophy of Governance policy establishes the governance model followed by the Trustees.

The Board of Trustees, on behalf of the citizens of College District 23, shall follow a governance model that ensures fiduciary oversight and accountability of Edmonds Community College’s human, physical, and fiscal resources.

The Board of Trustees shall ensure:

The fulfillment of the college’s Mission within the guidelines of the college Philosophy by means of the financial and human resources available; promotion of appropriate activities, conditions, and decisions; scrupulous self-monitoring of its processes and performances; and assuring compliance with all applicable state and federal statutes.

A governance model that emphasizes a future-oriented, outward vision rather than internal preoccupation; ensuring openness to diverse points of view; encouragement of an equitable and inclusive culture; strategic leadership rather than administrative detail; clear distinction of Board and President roles; collective rather than individual decisions; and proactivity rather than reactivity.

Board of Trustee(s)

BOT 4.01pr Board Philosophy of Governance: Procedure

(was) B 3.1 Board Philosophy of Governance

CONTENT OWNER. The primary responsibility for this policy belongs to:
President’s Office, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

President’s Office, Secretary of the Board of Trustees

Three years. Requires President’s recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

2017-Feb 09  Revised by Board Resolution 17-2-1

2001-May  Approved B 3.1

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