Skip to main contentSkip to footer content

Professional Staff Organization (PSO)

The Professional Staff Organization (PSO) is a group of the College’s full-time employees, including administrative staff, non-teaching educators, and full-time faculty.

This group makes recommendations and offers advisory opinions to the President and Board of Trustees on any and all matters affecting the educational program of the College, including but not limited to academic programs, academic policies, advising, and the role of faculty and staff in the decision-making process of the College.

Standing committees of the PSO address issues of Professional Development, Curriculum, Student Learning and Assessment, and the Educational Environment of the College. Each standing committee is comprised of staff, faculty members, and one Student Government Association representative.

Additionally, two councils of the PSO, the Instructional Staff Council and the Administrative Staff Council, meet regularly to discuss faculty concerns and administrative staff concerns, respectively.