District Board of Trustees
Founded in 1968, Hillsborough Community College is one of 28 member institutions in the Florida College System. HCC is governed by a five-member, local District Board of Trustees. The governor of Florida appoints local citizens representing diverse backgrounds and industry to volunteer their service on the Board. Florida statutes provide the Board of Trustees (BOT) with the authority to adopt rules and procedures on issues related to the fulfillment of the college’s mission, including, but not limited to, governance, curriculum and instruction, programs, building, budget and finance, and personnel. The president of the college reports directly to the Board of Trustees.
The BOT meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month. All meetings are currently held at the Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephenson District Administration Center's Board Room.
Please be advised that due to the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations the in-person attendance to these meetings will be limited. To ensure public access to the meeting the public may attend via zoom.
Persons seeking to attend the in-person meeting or enter the Board room must wear a mask at all times and follow social distancing guidelines. Persons not wearing or refusing to wear a mask, or anyone refusing to follow social distancing guidelines will not be allowed to enter the Board room and can continue to access the meeting via Zoom.
Agendas for future board meetings are posted here as they become available.