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Classified Senate


Sean Ryan President
Vacant Vice President  
Vacant Secretary  

Salvador Guzman


The Classified Senate is open to all Classified Professionals.  If you'd like to be involved with the senate in any way, please consider being a senator on the board.

We officially have seats on the board for: 

1 representative working in Instructional Services

1 representative working in Administrative Services

1 representative working in Student Services

1 representative working in Campus Police/Bookstore/Food Services

1 representative working in SPAA

Otherwise, you may also just let us know how you would like to contribute to the senate, and we can talk about it.  The more, the merrier!

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact one of our Executive Board Members

Thursdays, 3 PM - 4 PM, A-101

Classified Senate Open Meetings are open to the campus. For presenting on the agenda at a future meeting, please contact: Sean Ryan, , 1 week prior to the meeting. Each meeting has a short program for a theme, but items can be added to agendas for meetings on any topic relating to the Classified Senate.

Sept. 21 - Professional Development Planning

Oct. 19 - Senate Budget Planning

Nov. 16 - AFT Presentation

Dec. 14 - Holiday Celebrations 


  • Preside over all Senate Exec and Open meetings
  • Serve as the Senate's representative at these meetings - College Council (2 times a month), DGC (2 times a month), Strategic Planning Committee (2-3 times a semester)     
  • Chair the Executive Committee
  • Represent Classified at City College Graduation each year
  • Serve as an ex-officio member of all committees, except Elections
  • Serve as liaison with the Faculty Senate, Student Council and any associations(s) as directed by the Senate
  • Oversee all financial spending
  • Perform other duties as may be specified by the Senate


  • Serve for the President, with signature authority, during any temporary absence
  • Represent the President as directed by the Senate or President
  • Attend meetings in absence of President if needed
  • Lead in planning and organizing events, fundraiser, conference and training
  • Chair the Membership Committee
  • Chair the Classified Senate Professional Development Committee
  • Perform other duties as may be specified by the Senate


  • Issue calls to meetings, publish and distribute agendas and minutes of all monthly and general meetings of the Senate 
  • Conduct all routine correspondence pertaining to the Senate and Executive Committee 
  • Reserve rooms for meetings and trainings
  • Maintain the records (electronic and hard copy) of the Senate 
  • Chair the Fundraising Committee
  • Chair the Social/Courtesy Committee
  • Attend meetings in absence of President if needed
  • Perform other duties as may be specified by the Senate


  • Coordinate the collection of all membership donations
  • Deposit funds in a local bank/savings account in the name of the Senate (will need credit check) and maintain account
  • Issue checks for expenses incurred and authorized by the Senate
  • Oversee Senate campus funds
  • Maintain a record of all receipts and disbursements of Senate monies and make all records available for audit
  • Provide a financial report at each senate meeting
  • Maintain the SDCC Classified Senate website
  • Attend meetings in absence of President if needed
  • Perform other duties as may be specified by the Senate

The City College Classified Senate sponsors an annual Adopt-a-Family benefit to support City College students and their families. Through Adopt-a-Family, select families will receive gift cards good for: holiday meals, clothing, and local marketplaces. Gifts will be awarded before the semester ends.

 Let students know, they can apply through November 25th @ 

 For more information, please contact: Sean Ryan,

In order to help all the families we can, we are accepting donations from our college community during these days before the holidays.  You may submit a donation (gift cards, cash/check, other) in the following ways: 

Mail your check or donation to:

SD City College                                                                                Attention: Classified Senate                                                                  1313 Park Blvd.                                                                                    San Diego, Ca 92101

Please make checks payable to SDCC Classified Senate. No donation is too small! 


Use At :  @CityClassifiedSenate 

Thank you for your time, consideration and generous contributions, especially at during these times.

The Classified Senate invites you to participate in our Professional Development Activities. They are available for all Classified Professionals to attend. Registration is not required.

  • Senate Professional Development meeting dates:  Mondays, 2pm to 3pm in Room R-212 - Feb. 13 & 27, Mar., 13, Apr. 3 & 17, May 1 & 15
  • Senate Open Office Hours (Meet with the President and Senate members) Tuesdays, 8:30am - 9:30am, Room A-305B: - Feb. 7 & 21, Mar. 7 & 21, Apr. 4 & 18, May 2 & 16
  • Open Computer Labs (Join Senate members for bi-weekly, stress free hours, to work on your own projects or technical assistance) Wednesdays & Fridays from 9am - 10am in Room R-301:  -  Feb. 8 & 24, Mar. 8 & 24, Apr. 13 & 21, May 10 & 19
  • Forum: Revisiting City's Mission Statement: Friday, Feb. 10 from 9am to 12pm, in Room MS-140
  • Campus Forum for Classified with the President and VPs: Monday, Feb. 27, 1pm to 2:30pm in Room D-121
  • Classified Appreciation Day Spring Event: Wednesday, March 22 (more information to follow via email)
  • Classified Senate Elections - Positions up for election: President and Secretary (May - June)
  • City College Commencement  is Thursday May 26 at the Balboa Park Organ Pavillion - Volunteers Needed!

For questions or concerns, please contact: Sean Ryan, Classified Senate Pres., 

2023 Classified Appreciation Week     June 12 - 15

2023 CSA Program

Schedule for the week



2022 Classified Appreciation Week

Service Awards Program

Service Awards Presentation



2021 Classified Appreciation Week

Returning to Work After the Pandemic

June 7 - 11

  Click here to see the schedule


Hopefully this is the final year of COVID19/Corona Virus.  In order to hold on to the traditions we're used to, the week was all held virtually.  We appreciate you visiting our page and please click on the activities above to view the happenings of the week and the service awards and employee of the year ceremony.

We celebrate City College's Professionals!


At times, when we have gatherings, we are lucky to be able to give gifts and prizes!!  Here are some of the things our Classified Professionals have received:


T-shirts  -  Virtual Background  Contests  -  Virtual BINGO  -  Starbucks  Gift Cards  -  Participent  Drawings  -  Random Gift Baskets  -  Drawings for Gift Cards


2023 CLI Information

2023 CLI


2022 Classified Leadership Institute





2021  The RE-DO Project

(We're attempting a re-do virtually, of what we couldn't do last year)

June 9th - 11th, 2021

SDCC Classified Senate will cover the cost for at least 5 people to attend so please contact Awana soon if you're interested to be sure your spot and cost is covered.  It's fun and informative!


Content to come

The VEBA Resource Center:   

The VEBA Resource Center is a new, cutting edge holistic health center for VEBA members, designed to provide personalized care for you and your family.

New location: 5520 Ruffin Rd, San Diego, CA 92123


Visit our website:

Contact us:



The San Diego Community College District is committed to legal compliance, as well as to provide as much support as possible for screening committees to successfully navigate through the hiring process.

The California Code of Regulations, Title 5 and the SDCCD EEO Plan collectively require that all persons who are involved in the recruitment and screening/selection of personnel must be trained on equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws, regulations and policies as well as education on the benefits of workforce diversity and ways to eliminate bias from the hiring process.

Completion of the "EEO and Diversity Training for Screening/Selection Committees"qualifies you to serve in any capacity (on the screening/selection committee) for 3 years from the date of your training. If you anticipate participating on a District Screening Committee, in any capacity, you are encouraged toclick here to view the training schedule and register.  If you will be the chairperson of a screening committee in the near future, you will need to ensure that your committee members have received this training in advance of their service on your committee.  Your efforts now will help avoid unnecessary delay to your committee since screening and interviewing cannot proceed until all committee members have completed this training.