Current committee members are listed under each committee.
Consists of a maximum of six members. The purpose of this committee is to review the Operating Staff bylaws and make recommendations to be presented to the general Operating Staff members for consideration.
Consists of a maximum of three members. The purpose of this committee is to organize and facilitate the Operating Staff Council elections each year on Founders Day. This committee starts meeting two to three months prior to Founders Day and continues to meet, as needed, through the tallying of the election ballots. This committee is also responsible for special elections when needed.
Facilities Planning Advisory Committee (FPAC)
Consists of one representative. The committee meets for two hours each month to prioritize and organize the facility maintenance of the campus.
Founders Day Committee
The committee is to meet no later than four months prior to Founders Day, holding meetings bi-weekly or weekly and meeting two to three hours per week until Founders Day.
Members - Geoff Davis, additional members to be announced
Fund Raising Committee
Consists of a maximum of six members. The purpose of this committee is to organize and assist in fund raising for the Operating Staff. The committee organizes fund raisers, which entails a time commitment of five to ten hours a year.
Health and Safety Committee
Consists of one representative and one alternate representative. This committee is an interactive committee that works with the faculty, staff, and students together for the safety and well-being of the campus by training and informing them of safety issues. The committee meets once a month for an hour-and-a-half.
Professional Development Committee
Consists of a maximum of two members. The purpose of this committee is to work with Human Resources to enhance professional development for the Operating Staff.
The Keene State College Senate is the policy making and legislative body for Keene State College with regard to all matters that impact on the quality of academic life.
The Senate recommends to the President and the Board of Trustees matters concerning undergraduate and graduate academic policies and programs.
System Personnel Policy and Procedure Committee (SPPC)
Consists of one representative and one alternate representative. Meetings are customarily held at Granite State College, the third Thursday of every other month. The approximate time spent outside of the office is six hours each month. Their duties are to represent KSC Operating Staff at the meetings and bring back information to the Council and General Operating Staff. For more information contact: