Student Instructional Support


Welcome to the  Student Instructional Support Committee

Scope & Functions


The Student Instructional Support Committee makes recommendations to the Academic Senate regarding strategic planning for, and institutionalization of, Supplemental Instruction, tutoring, and other student instructional support services. The committee aims to improve tutoring across campus and address equity gaps in the success of historically marginalized students, particularly Black and Latinx populations.


  1. Identify needs and make recommendations for instructional support, systems, and services.

  2. Recommend training strategies for tutoring services in consultation with the appropriate department.

  3. Recommend and support strategies for promoting awareness and use of instructional support services.

  4. Review and respond to relevant findings and publications of the Office of Institutional Research and submit research proposals as needed.


Chair, Brian Rodas 

Vice Chair, Trish Burson


  • Clay Barham

  • Wendi DeMorst

  • Eleni Hioureas

  • Alejandro Lee

  • Stephanie Lewis

  • Brian Rodas

  • Gary Todd


Dates: Sept. 9, Sept. 23, October 14, October 28, November 18, December 2
Time:  3:30 p.m.

Location: Library Conference Room