To review and provide recommendations for new and improved facilities and infrastructures, to enhance current and future learning environments as well as a responsibility to maintain, sustain and renew our institution’s fiscal, human and environmental resources for all current and future students, community, faculty, and staff to the College Council and Academic Senate.
The Facilities & Sustainability Charge document was reviewed and approved on February 5, 2016.
To review on-going and proposed projects that impacts the campus and its facilities. To cultivate a universal culture of responsibility in which the entire campus community is aware of, engaged in and committed to advancing environmental awareness and sustainable practices through education, research, operations and community service activities.
Standard III.B - Physical Resources
College President, College Council, Academic Senate, Faculty Chairs, Staff and Students
The committee is chaired by the Vice President of Finance & Administration and Faculty Co-Chair (2-yr term).
|Administrative Co-Chair||William Potter (delegate for Vice President, Finance & Administrative Services)|
|Faculty Co-Chair||Pamela Kelley|
|Administrative Support||Dalia Garcia|
|Administrative Rep||Terri Goldstein|
|Administrative Rep||Stephen Waller|
|Administrative Rep||Sandi Taylor|
|Faculty Rep||Tim Heasley|
|Faculty Rep||Chris McCraw|
|Faculty Rep||Dinorah Castro|
|Faculty Rep||Jonathan Ward|
|Faculty Rep||Kathryn Kuby|
|Faculty Rep||Chris Benker|
|Faculty Rep||Richard Bolar|
|Faculty Rep||John Chicca|
|Classified Rep||Chris Glaser|
|Classified Rep||Juan Torres|
|Classified Rep||Kristin Rabe|
|Classified Rep||Landon Webb|
|Student Rep||Lauren Arias|
|Student Rep||James Tompkins|
The Facilities & Sustainability Committee approved the formation of the Staff Parking Subcommittee on March 6, 2019. This committee will examine current staff parking data, usage, and issues. They will report back to the full Committee at each meeting until their timeline has ended.
The Facilities & Sustainability Committee utilizes the A Better BC website to track the progress of construction updates at Bakersfield College.
The Facilities & Sustainability Committee's commitment is to review recommendations for facilities and to address our institution's environmental resources. The committee members represent all areas of the college, gather input from those areas, discuss that input within the committee, and recommend necessary actions. Please feel free to contact the representative of your area (listed in Members) to provide your suggestions.