Classified Professionals Handbook
Welcome to the College of Marin
I. About the College
College Communication and Webpages
III. The Workplace
The College of Marin Commitment: We believe College of Marin can be
more agile, more creative, more respectful and more unified. College
Council has prepared a working document that will serve as a shared
The COM Commitment has three basic objectives: To establish a system for quality improvement, to establish a decision-making process based on data and broad input and to establish a new method of communication and cooperation.
To thrive as a learning
institution in the 21st century, we must become a vital and decisive
community. We must balance dedication to building input and involvement
with sustaining an organization that acts quickly enough to address
needs and seize opportunities. We, at College of Marin, shall dedicate
- fostering student success.
- primarily serving the needs of the residents of Marin
County while including others who can benefit from and contribute to our
- establishing a dynamic and creative workplace.
Therefore, faculty, staff, and students at College of Marin will:
- put students’ needs first.
- participate in the decision-making process.
- foster collaboration without boundaries.
- embrace improvement and change as a perpetual process.
- celebrate success.
Leaders at College of Marin will:
- solicit input and listen to community members.
- make timely and informed decisions.
- translate the institution’s vision into action plans.
- inspire college members to overcome barriers to change.
The College and the Community will:
- treat others with dignity and respect.
- listen and compromise.
- argue on the basis of factual evidence.
- abide by the outcomes achieved through agreed-upon processes of political debate and deliberation.
- publicly affirm the validity of that process even when the decision reached runs counter to one’s own preferences.**
**National Center for Public Policy and the Knight Higher Education Collaborative
I. About the College
About the College
Mission Statement, Vision and Statement of Values
Where is College of Marin located? Find us here.
Office of the President
President's Weekly Briefings
II: College Communication and Webpages
There are two ways to access voicemail from off campus:
Option 2: If you forget the direct phone line above
You will be asked to enter your mailbox number and afterwards your pass code.
Call 415-457-8811 OR 415-883-2211. Either of these will get you to the main access numbers for the college. After the general greeting starts:
- Press 6, and then wait until the voicemail system answers.
- Then press #
- You will then be asked to enter your mailbox number and afterwards your pass code.
For instructions on how to use voice mail, check for messages, send a message, change your password, change your greeting or to make a group distribution list, please download the Voice Mail Instructions document (PDF).
Email Accounts at COM (PDF)
COM Connect: Emergency Notification to you
Emergency Notification from you - Campus police: Kentfield 415.485.9696 or x7696; IVC 415.883.3179 or x8154
Emergency Guidelines Handbook (PDF)
Admissions and Records
Student Accessibility Services
IT Help Desk: email@example.com include
name and call back number; or
call x8181 on campus or 415.457.8811 x8888
III: The Workplace
Equal Opportunity and Title V
Classified Senate Web
Content Responsible: Monica Rudolph, Classified Senate
Technical Contact: Laura Cooper, Classified Senate Vice President, 415-485-9513