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College Governance

The Board of Trustees is the policy making body of the College and is ultimately responsible for setting the larger agenda for the institution. The Board is comprised of representatives from private, for-profit companies, education, and non-profits. The Cambria County Commissioners appoint 15 members to our Board of Trustees. Three additional members are board-appointed from locations in which the College has an academic center, and the Student Senate President serves as an honorary, non-voting member. The Board of Trustees meet at 6:00 PM on the 4th Tuesday of February, April, June, August, October, and in December the meeting is held on the 3rd Tuesday.


County Commissioners

Commissioner Chernisky  

Thomas C. Chernisky
President Commissioner

     
Commissioner Wissinger  

Mark J. Wissinger
Commissioner

     
Commissioner Smith  

William Smith
Commissioner


Board of Trustees

John Skelley  

John Skelley
Chairperson

     
Alan Cashaw   

Alan Cashaw
Vice Chairperson

     
Dr. Janet L. Grady   

Dr. Janet L. Grady
Secretary/Treasurer

     
Greg Winger   

Greg Winger
At-Large


Board Members

John Augustine  

John Augustine

     
Budash   

Ronald F. Budash

     
Cavanaugh   

John H. Cavanaugh

     
DeYulis   

Carl D. DeYulis

     
Farabaugh   

Dr. Patrick Farabaugh

     
Foster   

James Foster

     
Gority   

Donna Gority

     
Mangarella   

Joseph Mangarella

     
Stephen McAneny   

Stephen J. McAneny

     
O'Rourke   

Dr. Kathleen O'Rourke

     
Vatavuk   

John Vatavuk

     
Kane Stiffey   

Kane Stiffey
Student Trustee 2017-2018


College Senate

In addition to the Board of Trustees, the College Senate serves as an advisory group to the President on matters of mutual interest to the Student Senate, the Faculty Senate, the Administrative Senate, and the Staff Senate. Representatives from each of these groups are members of the College Senate.

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