Faculty Council

The Faculty Council is an official organization of the College, established for the purpose of encouraging and facilitating the free exchange of ideas between the instructional staff and the Administration. The Council, composed of representatives elected from all instructional units, serves as the official communications link between the general faculty and the Administration in matters of interest to the faculty.

The Council meets once a month during the fall and spring semesters and may meet during summer sessions if necessary. The purpose of the Council includes the discussion of policies, consideration of faculty suggestions and study of problems related to faculty interests for the purpose of making recommendations and suggestions to the President and the rest of the faculty of MCC.

Current Events & News

The 2019-20 Faculty Council will meet on Fridays at 11 a.m. in MAC 304.

Next meetings:

Fall 2019

September 6
October 4
November 1

Spring 2020

January 10
February 7
March 6
April 3 April 17 via Zoom


McLennan Community College is a member of the Texas Community College Teachers Association (TCCTA). MCC's Dr. Carol Lowe, Professor of English, is on the Executive Committee and serves as Vice-President of the TCCTA for 2011-2012.