MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
SEPTEMBER 23, 2008
An executive session and regular meeting of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board was scheduled to be held at 5:30 p.m. at the District Support Services Center, 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona, pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02, notice having been duly given.
Don Campbell, President
Colleen Clark, Secretary
Linda Rosenthal, Member
Jerry Walker, Member
Scott Crowley, Member
The regular meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m.
The executive session was called to order by President Campbell at 5:30 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The assembly pledged their allegiance to the
The following citizens came forward.
Beatty Dimit: Mr. Dimit came forward to address the smoking policy at Mesa Community College and its non-compliance with city ordinances. Children are at risk and he would like policies changed.
The following individuals came forward to speak about the Non Discrimination Policy and their desire to have gender identity and expression incorporated into the policy.
2-1-10: CORRECTION TO APPROVED MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 23, 2008 IN REFERENCE TO STATEMENT MADE BY BETTE SHA'YEAR WHO SPOKE DURING CITIZENS’ INTERIM. MS. SHA’YEAR REQUESTED THAT THIS STATEMENT BE PLACED WITH THE APPROVED MINUTES AS ACCURATELY REFLECTING WHAT SHE STATED (listed below this correction is the original statement reflected in the approved minutes.):
Bette S., a student at SCC came up to speak about problems she had on campus. Bette was born with an intersex condition and explained that “intersex” is a general term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that doesn’t seem to fit the typical definitions of female or male. When she first went back to school in the Maricopa District, after using the restroom one student told her she should grab a rusty blade crawl into a corner and slit her wrists. Bette went to both her school counselor who was very understanding and she took this to one of the deans and requested some sort of knowledge that she was safe on campus, and that the student who made what amounted to a death threat be spoken to and dealt with. The official response was a list of the single use locking bathrooms on campus, and a statement that the dean could not insure any student’s safety. Furthermore, the student that told Bette to kill herself was never spoken to, which was rather appalling considering multiple students and faculty witnessed the verbal assault. Due to this Bette transferred over to SCC over fears of assault or worse.. While at SCC, Bette had few issues and any that happened were minor at best. This was until she took a lab science class where not only did the teacher have rather odd difficulty at referring to Bette as a female, he corrected himself quite loudly making it obvious to the class that he had this difficulty. This embarrassed Bette to the point she was leaving class in tears, because she was starting to get dirty looks from the other students. After Bette was already considering leaving the class, the teacher put up a naked picture of a hate crime victim…a preoperative male to female trans woman. He then proceeded to make fun of the fact the dead woman had male genitals, which was appalling considering that’s why she was murdered, according to the teacher. The teacher gave no educational reason for showing this picture on the big screen in his room, and after this appaling incident Bette withdrew from his class. At this point Bette was clearly emotional and thanked the board and excused herself so the next person could speak.
(ORIGINAL STATEMENT): Bette Shayera: Ms. Shayera was born intersex, neither male nor female. She stated that she had been verbally assaulted by women while using the restroom at Phoenix College. She received an intersex restroom accommodation; however, she transferred to Scottsdale Community College. She further commented that while attending SCC, forensics instructor Larry Turner put up a picture on the overhead of a transgender person during class and never explained why.
Kamerine Kroner: Explained that she was here to ask that gender identify and expression be incorporated into the Maricopa Community College’s Non-Discrimination Policy. Ms. Kroner explained that she was a mechanical engineer, a technology student at ASU, and also a research assistant at the ASU Polytechnic Campus, a campus that is shared with Chandler-Gilbert Community College’s Williams Field Campus. She further stated that ASU has gender identity and expression included in their non-discrimination policy, and as a person whose gender is often questioned, having this policy is important to her. Fellow students have gotten into arguments right in front of her over whether she is male or female and a professor once questioned her at length in front of other students about why her voice was so low for a girl. There is not a lot she can do to change now her gender is perceived by others or how they will react. However, regardless of what conclusions those around her come to or how they feel about it, she does identify as a female and on ASU’s campuses she can concentrate on her studies and work knowing that if anyone has a problem with her gender expression not being female enough, that a step has been taken toward ensuring that her gender identity is respected and that her academic performance and not her appearance is what really matters. Seeing as ASU Polytechnic and Chandler-Gilbert’s Williams Field Campus share the same space and facilities such as the student union, it would be comforting to know that she could walk across campus and be protected from the same discriminations the whole way. She requested that the Governing Board please add Gender Identity and Expression to the Maricopa Community College’s Non-discrimination Policy.
Milo Neild: Came before the Board as a Chandler-Gilbert student at the Pecos Campus. He stated he was a transgender female to male person, meaning his gender identity and expression was male. He was present to strongly suggest and urged the Board to add gender identity and expression to the non-discrimination policy at the colleges. At Chandler-Gilbert, he was required to have a name and gender marker change. Luckily he knew Dr. Lori Girshick who advocated for him with the school. In starting a new semester he was terrified to find in many different systems that his name had not been changed. This would have exposed him not only to embarrassing but more seriously dangerous situations. If there had been a policy set in place for name and gender change, this would not have been a problem and his semester would have started without fear or stress. The previous semester he was attending a class that included transgender and just at the mention of this subject many students very obviously and abruptly left the classroom. Students are the mass majority of an educational system. If a student reacts in this manner and the school does nothing, what is he to feel about not just attending but interacting with faculty on such a controversial issue? MCCCD has included sex orientation but does a student bring their gay or lesbian partner to school every day? His discrimination is based on his very own gender which he brings to the classroom and the public restrooms. How is he to focus on his educational success if his own person is not protected? Again he asked as a transgender student at MCCCD to add gender identity and expression to the non-discrimination policy and ensure his educational success and safety in doing so. He thanked the Board for their time.
Dr. Rebecca Allison, American Medical Association: Dr. Allison is a cardiologist and Chair of the AMA Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Committee. She commented that gender identity was adopted by the American Medical Association and opposes discrimination based on gender identity.
Michele DelaFrenie: Ms. DelaFrenie is a student at Scottsdale Community College. She transitioned to a woman in 1994 and stated there are many issues she has faced having gone back to school as a woman and a re-entry student. By allowing this policy to move forward would allow students to feel safe and would make life easier for many people who face these same circumstances.
Michelle Lynn: Ms. Lynn is a former employee of MCCCD at Glendale Community College. Without protection there is fear. Without protection many comments can be made. She resigned on February 10, 2006 and shortly after that she heard many comments that many people knew about her. 10% of the comments were nasty and created fear. Transgenders are not protected and many negative comments are heard.
Erica Keppler: Ms. Keppler is a transsexual woman attending PVCC. She stated that transgender people are 17 times more likely to be murdered than members of the general population. Prejudice is deeply entrenched. People feel an entitlement to criticize and ridicule and are conditioned to not see transgenders as people at all. They are not hurting anyone but the public sees no problem in hurting them because of what they are. Gender identity discrimination is a form of sex discrimination. Voting in favor of the policy will prevent litigation in the future. Education is the best hope to survive in this economy and society. Without this, they will be left with little option besides welfare and the street.
Annie Franklin: Ms. Franklin is a member of Family Watch International, an organization that promotes and protects family values. They feel great compassion for those that have this disorder; however, it results in negative consequences for other students. This is a very controversial topic and they will present more details at the meeting scheduled for October 13.
President Campbell acknowledged the presence of the NAU CC580 Community College Class taught by Dr. Ginny Stahl.
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
There were no reports.
Chancellor Glasper had no official report but did announce that he would be pulling the Policy Item V.B.3 dealing with College Course Materials.
There was no report.
Faculty Executive Council President Dr. Barry Vaughn announced that there was no report.
EMPLOYEE GROUP REPORTS
Ted Georgas, President of the District's Unified Crafts Association presented a scholarship donation from the Association to the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation in the name of Dr. Shouan Pan, President of Mesa Community College, in acknowledgment of Dr. Pan's recognition of the importance of campus facilities and crafts positions at the college.
VICE CHANCELLOR REPORTS
Dr. Steve Helfgot, Vice Chancellor for Resource Development and Community Relations, reported that a total of $5.6 million was given to the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation in 2007-08, compared to $4.9 million the previous year. Dr. Helfgot distributed copies of their annual financial report for 2007-08.
The following reports were made:
Phoenix College President Dr. Anna Solley and Paradise Valley Community College Interim President Paul Dale reported to the board on the success of their collaborative Fire Science/EMT Program, which has been responsible for a significant increase in the number of people completing the program during the past two years. Dennis Dodt of PC and Paul Sunder of PVCC, as well as Mary Lou Mosely, PVCC's Vice President of Academic Affairs, described the growing program, which was developed in response to community needs.
STUDENT LIFE REPORTS
A group of Scottsdale Community College students reported to the Board on a variety of student activities during the year. The students, introduced by Becky Bradley, the college's Director of Student Life & Leadership, described the 2008 Leadershape Conference and a number of community projects. Students who represented the college at the meeting were Kara Moss, Daniel Da Silveira, Michelle Greenfield, Violette L'Heureux, Danielle Wittig, Allie Shoemaker, Carlos Alfaro and Maria Maldonado.
SYSTEMIC DIALOGUE FOLLOW-UP REPORT
Vice Chancellor for Business Services, Debra Thompson, provided an overview of the Work Session held on September 9 pertaining to the MCCCD Budget. She said that one of the presenters, Jim Apperson, Governor Napolitano's Deputy Chief of Staff, Finance/Budget, reported to the group that the difficult economic situation facing Arizona could prompt additional funding cuts during the current fiscal year. She said that the District believes that any growth in Maricopa County's tax base will be subdued during the next few years.
Governing Board Member Linda Rosenthal reported that AADGB met on August 27 and discussed the future of the organization and its need to maintain a close relationship with ACCT for the purpose of board training and legislative advocacy. Discussion was held during the ACCA meeting that it most likely would be superseded by the Community College Council to be organized by the Governor.
GENERAL ELECTIONS REPORT
Alberto Olivas, Director of the Center for Civic Participation, provided a brief overview of the 2008 Election Ballot Measures. The handout he referenced included a description of the measures, what each yes/no vote would result in, and a list of supporters and opponents for each measure.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
There were no awards or presentations.
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
President Campbelll requested a motion to approve the agenda.
MOTION NO. 9508
Linda Rosenthal moved that the Governing Board agenda be approved with the exception of Items V.B.3 (College Course Materials Policy) and V.E.10 (Utilities Easement to City of Scottsdale at PVCC North Site) which were pulled from consideration at this meeting. Motion approved 5-0.
President Campbell requested a motion to approve the Consent Agenda.
The following items were included on the Consent Agenda:
A.1 APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE AUGUST 12, 2008 GOVERNING BOARD RETREAT, THE AUGUST 26, 2008 REGULAR GOVERNING BOARD MEETING, THE SEPTEMBER 9, 2008 WORK SESSION, AND CORRECTION TO THE MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 27, 2007 V.D.5 WHICH CURRENTLY READS:
D.5. APPROVAL OF FACULTY MINIMUM HIRING QUALIFIICATIONS – FITNESS CENTER AND STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COURSES - approve new faculty minimum hiring qualifications for PED prefixed Fitness Center and Strength & Conditioning courses as follows: Fitness Center Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science, Physical Education, Kinesiology, Wellness or related field AND current certification in one or more of the following: American College of Sports Medicine, Health/Fitness Instructor (ACSM-HFI), National Strength and Conditional Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS) preferred; or other ACSM, NSCA, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) or American Council on Exercise (ACE) certifications. OR Bachelor’s Degree in any field AND American College of Sports Medicine, Health/Fitness Instructor (ACSM-HFI) or National Strength and Conditional Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS).
AND SHOULD READ:
D.5. APPROVAL OF FACULTY MINIMUM HIRING QUALIFIICATIONS – FITNESS CENTER AND STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COURSES approve new faculty minimum hiring qualifications for PED prefixed Fitness Center and Strength & Conditioning courses as follows:
Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science, Physical Education, Kinesiology, Wellness or related field AND current certification in one of the following: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) or American Council on Exercise (ACE) certifications.
Bachelor’s Degree in any field AND American College of Sports Medicine, Health/Fitness Instructor (ACSM-HFI) or National Strength and Conditioning Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS).Strength and Conditioning
Bachelor’s Degree in any field AND National Strength and Conditioning Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA-CSCS)
C.1. CONSIDERATION OF EMPLOYMENTS, RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS AND TERMINATIONS – approve the proposed personnel actions with addendum.
D.1. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE & TUCSON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - SC - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tucson Unified School District on behalf of Palo Verde, Rincon, Tucson Magnet, Sahuaro, Pueblo High and University High Schools for the 2008-2009 fiscal years. This agreement is for training and support services for certain SC* curriculum to be provided to the six (6) aforementioned high schools as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $750.00 per participating school.
D.2. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE & TUCSON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT - CCNA - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tucson Unified School District on behalf of Palo Verde, Rincon, Tucson Magnet, Sahuaro and University High Schools for the 2008-2009 fiscal years. This agreement is for training and support services for the CCNA* curriculum to be provided to the five (5) aforementioned high schools as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $1,500.00 per Academy.
D.3. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE & COCONINO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT - SC - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (CATC) and Coconino County Community College District for the 2008-2009 fiscal years. This agreement is for training and support services for the SC* curriculum to be provided to Coconino County Community College as a Cisco Regional Academy for an annual participation fee of $750.00.
D.4. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE & TEMPE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 213 - SC - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tempe Union High School District No. 213 on behalf of Desert Vista High School and Tempe Union High School for the 2008-2009 fiscal year ending June 30, 2009. This agreement is for training and support services for the SC* curriculum to be provided to Desert Vista High School and Tempe Union High School as Cisco Local Academies for an annual participation fee of $750.00 per school.
D.5. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE & TEMPE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 213 - CCNA - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Mesa Community College (Regional Academy) and Tempe Union High School District No. 213 on behalf of Desert Vista High School for the 2008-2009 fiscal year ending June 30, 2009. This agreement is for training and support services for the CCNA* curriculum to be provided to Desert Vista High School as a Cisco Local Academy for an annual participation fee of $2,500.00.
D.6. APPROVAL OF DECLARATION OF CURRICULAR AND INSTRUCTIONAL ALIGNMENT TO THE ARIZONA STATE STANDARDS FOR TEACHER PREPARATION CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL - approve and sign the Declaration of Curricular and Instructional Alignment to the Arizona Academic Standards on behalf of Teacher Preparation High School.
D.7. APPROVAL OF DECLARATION OF CURRICULAR AND INSTRUCTIONAL ALIGNMENT TO THE ARIZONA ACADEMIC STANDARDS FOR GATEWAY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL - approve GateWay Early College High School’s annual Declaration of Curricular & Instructional Alignment to the Arizona Academic Standards.
D.8. APPROVAL OF STUDENT SUCCESS IN NURSING AND SCIENCE BASED EDUCATION – SMC & GWCC - approve the Year 4 funding of a five-year grant from the United State Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education for the Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program. The cooperative grant is entitled “Student Success in Nursing and Science Based Education”. SMCC serves as fiscal agent and for which GWCC is a partner. Year 4 funding is $600,232. Total grant funding is as follows: 1st Year=$647,578; 2nd Year=$647,879; 3rd Year=$647,441; 4th Year=$600,232; 5th Year=$552,844
D.9. APPROVAL OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN MCCCD/RIO SALADO COLLEGE AND THE TOLLESON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT (TESD) – POST BACCALAUREATE TEACHER IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM - approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between MCCCD/Rio Salado College and the Tolleson Elementary School District (TESD) for the enrollment of individuals hired by TESD in Rio Salado’s Post Baccalaureate Teacher in Residence (TIR) Program.
D.10. APPROVAL OF CURRICULUM PROGRAMS AND COURSES – approve the proposals as submitted
E.1. APPROVAL OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAM AGREEMENT BETWEEN MCC AND THE CITY OF MESA ARTS CENTER - approve a Visual and Performing Arts Agreement between MCC and the City of Mesa. This approval will allow the College to provide credit classes at the Mesa Arts Center and be reimbursed for the cost of instruction and facilities usage.
E.2. APPROVAL OF TEACHER PREPARATION HIGH SCHOOL SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT TO THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION - approve the 2007-2008 Teacher Prep Charter High School Annual Financial Report for submission to the Arizona Department of Education.
E.3. APPROVAL OF GATEWAY EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FY 2007-2008 - approve the 2007-2008 Annual Financial Report for GateWay Early College High School.
E.4. APPROVAL OF SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT PROJECT - approve a purchase order in the amount of One Hundred Twenty Eight Thousand and six hundred six and 72/100ths Dollars ($128,606.72) to: Diamond Ridge Development to replace concrete sidewalks at Scottsdale Community College. This award is through their State of Arizona SPIRIT Contract.
E.5. APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT AWARD FOR PHYSICAL PLANT BUILDING EXPANSION AT ESTRELLA MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE – award a contract in the amount of One Hundred Forty-three Thousand Two Hundred and no/100ths Dollars ($143,200.00), including reimbursable expenses, to Dick & Fritsche Design Group to provide architectural and engineering consulting services for the expansion and renovation of the Physical Plant Building at Estrella Mountain Community College.
E.6. APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AWARD FOR REMODELING IN THE DISTRICT SUPPORT SERVICES CENTER - approve the award of a contract in the amount of Seven Hundred Thirty-Two Nine Hundred and no/100ths Dollars ($732,900.00) to Willmeng Construction for remodeling within the 2411 District Support Services Center.
E.7. APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR NURSING EXERCISE SCIENCE REMODEL AND EXPANSION AT MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the selection of SmithGroup to provide consulting services for the Nursing Exercise Science Remodel and Expansion project at Mesa Community College, with a design fee budget of $675,000.
E.8. APPROVAL OF CMAR SELECTION FOR NURSING EXERCISE SCIENCE REMODEL AND EXPANSION AT MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the selection of McGough Companies Southwest, Inc. to provide Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) services for the Nursing Science Remodel and Expansion project at Mesa Community College for a fee in the amount of $65,000.
E.9. APPROVAL OF FINAL GMP AMENDMENT FOR NEW MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING AND REMODELING AT MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT RED MOUNTAIN - approve the final Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) to Johnson Carlier in an amount not to exceed Eleven Million Six Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-Six and no/100ths Dollars ($11,006,266.00) for the construction of the new Multi-Purpose Classroom Building and Remodeling at Mesa Community College at Red Mountain.
E.10. APPROVAL OF UTILITIES EASEMENT TO CITY OF SCOTTSDALE AT PARADISE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE NORTH SITE Pulled. To be resubmitted next month.
E.11. APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT SELECTION FOR NEW COMMUNITY LIBRARY BUILDING AND REMODELING THE EXISTING LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - approve the selection of Richard and Bauer Architecture LLC to provide consulting services for the New Community Library Building and the Remodeling of the existing Learning Resource Center (Library) at South Mountain Community college, with a design fee budget of $2,630,000.
E.12. APPROVAL OF UTILITIES EASEMENT FOR THE NEW FINE ARTS BUILDING AT PHOENIX COLLEGE - approve granting an easement to Arizona Public Service Company (APS) to install and maintain electrical facilities for the new Fine Arts Building at Phoenix College.
E.13. APPROVAL OF CONCEPTUAL APPROVAL FOR NEW COMMUNITY LIBRARY BUILDING AND REMODELING OF THE EXISTING LEARNING RESOURCE BUILDING AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE - provide conceptual approval for the New Community Library Building and Remodeling of the Existing Learning Resource Building (Library) at South Mountain Community College, with a Combined Total Project Budget of $34,360,000.
E.14. APPROVAL OF PROPOSED COURSE FEES – approve the varied fee changes detailed on the attached. These changes relate to course fees at several colleges across the district, detailed by college. - approve
MOTION NO. 9509
Linda Rosenthal moved for approval of the Consent Agenda. Motion approved 5-0.
V.B.1 GOVERNANCE POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS – adopt the noted technical changes to the following items:
A. Board Operations
B. Public Safety
C. Travel Administrative Regulation
D. Parking and Traffic Administrative Regulation Manner of Governing
MOTION NO. 9510
Linda Rosenthal moved for approval of Item V.B.1, Governance Policies and Administrative Regulations. Motion approved 5-0.
V.B.2 EXECUTIVE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES – PUBLIC SAFETY -
adopt the proposed amendments to the Public Safety Policy Title.
MOTION NO. 9511
Linda Rosenthal moved for approval of Item V.B.2, Executive Duties and Responsibilities – Public Safety. Motion approved 5-0.
V.B.3 COLLEGE COURSE MATERIALS POLICY - Pulled from the Agenda.
V.C.2 ACTIVE RETIREMENT POLICY AMENDMENT - approve the
amendment to the Active Retirement Policy.
V. Benefits Wages In Lieu Of Benefits
Participants in the Active Retirement Program will be granted benefit credits as determined by the Governing Board. HOWEVER, THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE RETIREMENT INCENTIVE FOR EMPLOYEES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR BENEFIT CREDITS OF THE ACTIVE RETIREMENT PROGRAM.
MOTION NO. 9512
Linda Rosenthal moved for approval of Item V.C.2, Active Retirement Policy Amendment. Motion approved 5-0.
V.C.3 APPROVAL OF RESIDENTIAL FACULTY POLICY MANUAL, ARTICLES D.1.2.-3. AND D.1.1.-D.2.3.
MOTION NO. 9513
Linda Rosenthal moved for approval of Item V.C.3, Residential Faculty Policy Manual, Articles D.1.2.-3. and D.1.1.-D.2.3. Motion approved 5-0.
VI. INFORMATION/FIRST READING ITEMS
A. Arizona Student Loan Code of Conduct - adopt the proposed Arizona Student Loan Code of Conduct, as submitted by the Office of the Arizona Attorney General. Upon adoption, the language will be placed in the Board Auxiliary section of the Maricopa Governance Manual, prominently on a Maricopa website and in the Blue Book.
BUDGET ANALYSIS REPORT SUMMARY
FUND 1 – GENERAL UNRESTRICTED FUND
FOR THE TWO MONTHS ENDED AUGUST 31, 2008
Expenditure analysis indicates 11.8% of the budget has been expended this year as compared to 13.8% expended at this same point in time last year. 42.4% of the budget remains unexpended or unencumbered compared to 36.2% in the prior year. Revenue analysis indicates that $107.2M of the budget has been recognized. The projected fund balance will increase by ~$0.6 million this fiscal year and the projected ending fund balance for June 2009 is $99.5M.
President Campbell announced that the next Governing Board Meetings would be a Systemic Dialogue scheduled for October 14 at 4:00 p.m. and
a Regular Board Meeting on October 28 at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting adjourned at 7:53 p.m.
Governing Board Secretary