Finance and Benefits Committee
The Finance and Benefits Committee is responsible for ongoing review of and recommendations for modification of all matters related to “fringe benefits,” including (but not limited to) health insurance, retirement benefits, group life and disability insurance, and tuition remission. The Benefits and Finance Committee meets, as an advisory body, in preparation of the College’s annual budget, in review of previous year performance, and in review and recommendations concerning salary and fringe benefits policies.
Finance and Benefits Committee Representatives
Finance and Benefits Committee Membership Policy
Three faculty members, one from each division; the President; the Provost and Dean of the College; and the Senior Vice President for Finance and Management, who will also serve as chair;one member each from the dining service, maintenance, professional and clerical staffs; and the Director of Human Resources. A rotating representative (non-voting) from the Faculty Council shall attend Benefits and Finance Committee meetings in addition to the elected faculty members of the Benefits and Finance Committee. Faculty members (non-voting) of the Planning Committee will also attend Benefits and Finance Committee meetings for consideration of budget issues.