Who We Are
The Classified Senate consists of 13 Senators representing physical areas of campus, an Executive Council which functions as the administration of the senate, Chairs of the Professional Development and Employee of the Month committees, and representatives from DASB, the Academic Senate and the collective barganing units.
What We Do
The Classified Senate represents all classified professional members who work on the De Anza campus; are permanent or probationary employees of the District and are not confidential, supervisory or management.
We Do This Through
Representing Classified Professionals in the Shared Governance Process
Recognizing Excellence in Classified Professionals
- Employee of the Month
- Classified Professional's Week
Developing Classified Professional's Skills through Learning Opportunites
Supporting Students and Classified Staff through Advocacy and Donations
Documents and Forms
- Payroll Deduction Contribution Form
- Budget Request Worksheet
- Classified Senate Constitution
- Classified Senate Bylaws
- Classified Senate Code of Ethics
- Comparison of Roles (Senate vs. Bargaining Units)
- Classified Employee of the Month Nomination Form
It shall be the function of the Classified Senate to participate in the governance of De Anza College, to provide a centralized means of communication among Classified Professionals and with the rest of the college community, become thoroughly acquainted with the Constitution and Bylaws of this organization so as to be able to explain and interpret to their sections, carry out the purpose to actively promote professionalism with the Classified Senate, and to enhance staff development.