Pursuant to ARS §38-431.02, the Maricopa County Community College District hereby states that all notices and agendas of meetings of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board and any of its committees will be posted on the wall outside the Governing Board Room located on the second floor of the District Support Services Center at 2411 West 14th Street, Tempe, Arizona which is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. when summer hours are in effect, except legal holidays. Such notices will indicate the date, time, and place of the meeting, and will include information concerning the manner in which the public may obtain an agenda for the meeting. For further information or questions, please contact the Governing Board Assistant at (480) 731-8889.
The following agenda(s) will be considered at the next scheduled board meeting or meeting attendance of the Maricopa County Community College District Governing Board.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: Action items for any Regular Board Meeting will be included in the Regular Board Meeting's Board Book and will not be duplicated anywhere else. Action Items under consideration during Agenda Review will be included in the Board Book for the Agenda Review / Work Session date. Some items may be marked as placeholders until they can be finalized for the Regular Board Meeting. Board Books are all-in-one PDF files which include the meeting's agenda and all supporting documentation, including any action items. It is recommended Board Books be opened from within Adobe Acrobat in order for the BOOKMARKS function to be used to toggle more easily between items. The Maricopa County Community College District endeavors to make all public meetings accessible to persons with disabilities or individuals with Limited English Proficiency. To ensure the provision of appropriate or reasonable accommodations, please submit your request within 24 hours of the posting of the agenda. A copy of all agenda materials will be available on the Wednesday preceding the scheduled meeting. Without advance notice we are unable to guarantee the accommodations of choice. For a literal translation of this agenda, the web tool Google Translate is located on the bottom of the menu bar to the left on the Governing Board web page located at http://www.maricopa.edu/gvbd/agenda.php. For more information, please contact Gloria Smith at (480) 731-8889.
Maricopa County Community College District
Governing Board Agenda
March 14, 2017
A Community of Colleges—Colleges for the Community—working collectively and responsibly to meet the life-long learning needs of our diverse students and communities.
The Maricopa Community Colleges provide access to higher education for diverse students and communities. We focus on learning through: University Transfer Education, General Education, Developmental Education, Workforce Development, Student Development Services, Continuing Education, Community Education, Civic Responsibility, and Global Engagement.
The meetings noted below will be held in the location specified below.
District Support Services Center | 2411 West 14th Street | Tempe, AZ 85281|Governing Board Room, Second Floor
Executive Session: Maricopa Room M103
CALL TO ORDER
Objective 1. Review and Discuss Board Outcome Policy 1.4
1.4 Community Development and Civic and Global Engagement
- 1. Maricopa County residents will have access to and awareness of college programs, activities and events, and facilities as appropriate to meet diverse needs.
- 2. Maricopa County residents will have access to and awareness of courses of an avocational nature to include leisure, wellness, and specialized training.
- 3. Students will have access to civic, political, and global learning opportunities.
- 4. Students will develop the competencies to analyze and participate in democratic processes through community, civic, and global learning activities.
- 5. Students will have diverse educational experiences through the following:
- Diverse curricula (academic, occupational, vocational, avocational)
- Diverse educational modalities (face-to-face, online, hybrid, accelerated)
- Diverse faculty (gender, race/ethnicity, academic, vocational, residential, adjunct)
- Diverse extra-curricular activities (clubs, service learning, community events, recreation, sports, etc.)
AMENDED April 28, 2015, Motion No. 10292
AMENDED October 22, 2013, Motion No. 10112
AMENDED February 22, 2011, Motion No. 9781, 9782
Objective 2. Discussion on Proposed Amendments to the Chancellor Limitations Policies
2.1 Treatment of Students
Existing: With respect to treatment of students, or those applying to enroll as students, the Chancellor shall not cause or allow conditions that are unfair, undignified, unsafe, untimely, or unnecessarily intrusive.
Proposed: With respect to treatment of students, or those applying to enroll as students, the Chancellor shall not cause or allow conditions that are unfair, undignified, unsafe, untimely, or unnecessarily intrusive. In addition, the Chancellor will not allow students to be without adequate counseling and advising as measured by continuous improvement in recruitment and retention.
2.2 Treatment of Faculty and Staff
Existing: With respect to the treatment of faculty and staff, and in compliance with all federal and state laws, the Chancellor may not cause or allow conditions or procedures that are unfair, unsafe, or undignified.
Proposed: With respect to the treatment of faculty and staff, and in compliance with all federal and state laws, the Chancellor may not cause or allow conditions or procedures that are unfair, unsafe, or undignified. In addition, the Chancellor will not allow faculty and staff to be without continuous professional development enabling most district employment opportunities to be filled by internal staff.
2.4 Financial Condition and Activities
Existing: With respect to the actual, ongoing financial condition and activities, the Chancellor shall not cause or allow the development of fiscal jeopardy, non-compliance with local, state or federal laws, or a material deviation of actual expenditures from the Board's Outcomes priorities.
Proposed: With respect to the actual, ongoing financial condition and activities, the Chancellor shall not cause or allow the development of fiscal jeopardy, non-compliance with local, state or federal laws, or a material deviation of actual expenditures from the Board's Outcomes priorities. The Chancellor will not allow resources to be expended or invested without measurable evidence of a return on investment.
2.11 Mission Sustainability
Proposed: With respect to mission sustainability, the Chancellor will not fail to embrace national trends in institutional operations that adequately produce measurable outcomes. In addition, the Chancellor will not allow the needs of local businesses and industry to go unfilled.
Objective 3. Discussion on Chancellor Evaluation Process
3.4 Monitoring the Chancellor’s Performance
Existing: The Board will have a formal evaluation of the Chancellor in May of each year. The evaluation will be based primarily on a summary/review of the Board's judgment of the Chancellor's performance, per the criteria and process outlined above, during the previous twelve months.
Proposed: The Board will have a formal evaluation of the Chancellor in May of each year. The evaluation will be based primarily on a summary/review of the Board's judgment of the Chancellor's performance, per the criteria and process outlined above, during the previous twelve months. In addition the Board may utilize an instrument that evaluates the Chancellor’s relationships, leadership, management, and personal qualities.
ADJOURNMENT TO AGENDA REVIEW
CALL TO ORDER
AGENDA REVIEW FOR THE MARCH 28, 2017 REGULAR BOARD MEETING
ADJOURNMENT TO WORK SESSION
CALL TO ORDER
PRESENTATION ON COMPENSATION AND CLASSIFICATION IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE
- Implementation Plan and Timeline
- Reconsideration Window
- Policy Considerations
- Current Status of the Study
- Consultant Methodology
ADJOURNMENT TO EXECUTIVE SESSION
(Immediately following Work Session – 7:05 p.m.)
Maricopa Room, M103
1. Discussion or consultation with designated representatives of the public body in order to consider
its position and instruct its representatives regarding negotiations for the purchase, sale or lease
of real property - A.R.S. Section 38-431.03.A.7 – Hope College and Career Readiness Academy
ADJOURNMENT TO SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
(Immediately following Executive Session – 7:15 p.m.)
Governing Board Room, M200
CALL TO ORDER
1. Notice of Intent to Revoke Charter Contract of Hope College and Career Readiness Academy and Notice of Hearing