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1 Public notice of the time and place of the Central Community College Board of Governors' meeting was given to members of the Board of Governors of Central Community College, to the administrators of the college, and to the five daily newspapers within the 25-county area in advance of the meeting. The agenda was made available to the public in the office of the College President and on the CCC website, The College adheres to the Open Meetings Act; a copy of which is located in the Board Room. The meeting was held at Central Community College, Room 176 and 177, rd Street, Columbus, Nebraska. A work session was held beginning at 10:30 a.m. Items discussed include: Video Instructional Delivery Network Following the work session, the Foundation Board and the CCC Board of Governors met for lunch. During lunch, representatives from NPPD and Wells Fargo presented scholarship checks in the amount of $5,333 for Columbus and Grand Island and $5,334 for Hastings along with $500 for Columbus Golf students who helped. NPPD and Wells Fargo hosted the Pro-Am Golf Tournament this summer and divided the profits among the five community college areas they serve. Paul Krieger called the, meeting to order at 1:00 p.m., with ten board members present. John Higgins, Legal Counsel, was also present. Mr. Krieger asked for roll call. ROLL CALL Aerni present Burns - present Keller present Pirnie present Skiles present Zikmund present Borden present Cowan present Krieger present Sasges - absent Walline - present INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS Chair Krieger asked for introduction of guests. College representatives introduced guests and staff members. VOLUNTEER TO REVIEW CLAIMS Dale Zikmund volunteered to review the claims prior to the November 21 board meeting. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION Chair Krieger requested that members of the audience register with Angela Reynolds, Human Resources Generalist, if they wanted to address the board during the Public Participation segment. 1

2 REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION OF CONSENT ITEMS Krieger asked board members for items in the consent agenda they would like to move to discussion of consent/action items. Linda Aerni requested Exercise Equipment, Smart Classroom, and Fire Alarms be pulled from the consent items to be discussed later in the meeting. CONSENT ITEMS Consent items for the October 17 meeting include: 1. Agenda for 2. Minutes of the September 17, 2013, Board of Governors meeting. Corrected minutes were distributed to the Board of Governors. The correction is as follows: The $54,587,124 operating fund is up by $3,802,297, a 7.49% increase. The capital improvement fund for new capital projects is $8,807,298, a % decrease. The hazardous materials/ada access fund is $1,429,700, a % decrease. The total change in operating, capital improvement, and hazardous material budget is $2,133,497, a 3.40% increase over The operating fund property tax requirement decreased by $760,560. The levy decreased from to The capital improvement levy will increase to $ The hazardous materials levy did not change and remains at $ Claims for September 1, 2013, through September 30, 2013, totaling $5,659, Financial report as of September 30, Purchases, Main Building, North 300 Area and Center for Industry and Technology Building, Carpet and Installation, Grand Island: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Don Wasson Company of Omaha, Nebraska for $35, to remove and replace the flooring in the Main Building North 300 Area and CIT on the Hastings Campus. Purchases, Hamilton Building, Drafting Lab, Carpet and Installation, Hastings: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Don Wasson Company of Omaha, Nebraska for $23, to remove the flooring in the Drafting Lab in the Hamilton Building on the Hastings Campus. Purchases, Exercise Equipment, Grand Island: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Push Pedal Pull of Omaha, Nebraska for $21, for the replacement of exercise equipment for the Grand Island Grand Island Campus. Purchases, Online Manufacturing Training Resources, College-Wide: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Tooling U of Cleveland, Ohio for 2

3 $59,000 for the purchase of software for training of students in the manufacturing industry. Purchases: Fine Arts Building, Roof Replacement, Columbus Campus: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Bierman Contracting of Columbus, Nebraska for $258, to complete the roof replacement on the Fine Arts Building on the Columbus Campus. Purchases: Dawson Building, Roof Replacement, Hastings Campus: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Tri-Cities Group of Grand Island, Nebraska for $88, to complete the roof replacement on the Dawson gym roof on the Hastings Campus. Purchases: Smart Classroom Upgrade, College-Wide: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Kelly Electric of Kearney, Nebraska for $447,800 for the upgrade of smart classrooms on the three campuses and Ord center. Purchases: Electrical Upgrade, Hastings Campus: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Integrated Security Solutions of Hastings, Nebraska for $23, to upgrade the electrical system in the Furnas Building on the Hastings Campus. Purchases: Fire Alarm System Update, Hastings Campus: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Electronic Systems of Hastings, Nebraska for $60, to update the fire alarm system on the Hastings Campus. Purchases: Robot Equipment, College-Wide: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Columbus, Nebraska for $36, for twelve robots to be used college-wide. 6. Personnel: There were no personnel items for the October Board of Governors meeting. Corey Burns reviewed the claims prior to the meeting and stated everything was in order. MOVED BY BURNS, SECONDED BY PIRNIE to accept the consent items, with the following exceptions: * Corrected minutes from the September 17 Board meeting * Purchases, Exercise Equipment, Grand Island * Purchases, Smart Classroom Upgrade, College-Wide * Purchases, Fire Alarm System Update, Hastings Campus Aerni aye Burns - aye Keller aye Borden aye Cowan aye Krieger aye 3

4 Pirnie aye Skiles aye Zikmund aye Sasges absent Walline - aye UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED PUBLIC PARTICIPATION Angela Reynolds reported no one had signed in for Public Participation. Partnership/Ownership CCC Foundation Dean Moors, Director of the CCC Foundation, reviewed the Foundation highlights of the meeting held earlier in the day. Dean explained the assets of the Foundation. The net return on investments based on market value were: First National, Columbus 13.80% Northwestern Mutual 10.37% Wells Fargo Investments 13.45% The weighted annual rate of return for the twelve-month period ending September 30, 2013 was combined and represented a rate of return of approximately 11.73%. He also discussed the Trust Market and Book Values. Campaigns have been very successful Pacesetter Campaign has yielded $54,626, 100% participation from 171 employees. The next campaign is the general campaign and the Foundation hopes to get participation from 75% of the employees, which would be 5% greater than last year. Employee Appeal has risen from 212 donors in 2009 to 456 donors in The amount contributed in 2009 was $32,072 and $71,598 in part-time employees have contributed $607. Career Pathway Institute in Grand Island and Hastings has been a worthwhile project. This is a $10.3 million dollar project that CCC has partnered with the Grand Island Education Foundation. Goals $1,400,000 in equipment CCCF Share - $250,000 for CCC GI welding units (have received $100,000 to date) $400,000 in scholarships Have raised $1,540,200 Marketing for the Advanced Manufacturing will begin soon in Hastings An Alumni Project will begin soon, reaching alumni from Yearend Campaign will be a direct solicitation with approximately 2,500 packets. NPPD Nebraska Open Update o Partnership between private, public education and the Nebraska section of PGA 4

5 o Successful revenues exceeding $140,000 o Community colleges in NPPD's service area will receive $ or approximately $15,000 each from the event. CCCF Pro-Am Update o Was held at Riverside Country Club, Grand Island Successful event with 29 teams and pros o Strong sponsorship o $300 - $1,000 o 12 Green sponsors at $1,000, increase from last year o Next year will be held at Lochland Country Club in Hastings There will be a Hall of Fame plaque presentation on November 21, 2013, 3:15 p.m. immediately following the Board of Governors meeting in Grand Island. The special presentation will be to honor Dr. LaVern Franzen. Give Day Participation and strategies Lexington November 14 Holdrege November 21 Kearney December 5 Ord Spring Hastings May 1 CCC Foundation Appreciation Luncheon will be held October 29, 2013, Hastings Campus, Dawson Building. Registration has been outstanding. o Theme is: Taste of CCC; Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Annual Report Update o First distribution will be October 29 o Printing being done on an individual use Columbus Campus Annual Report Dr. Matt Gotschall, Columbus Campus President, gave an overview of the Columbus Annual Report. One of the campus highlights includes a $3 million, 1,600 square foot welding addition, making room for Mechatronics/Robotics growth and Advanced Manufacturing updates. Gary Senff, Welding Instructor, talked about the evolution of the department since he first started in The welding and the machine shop program were one program. It was then separated into two programs, a separate welding program and a separate machine shop program. At that time the welding program area was 15 by 43, 645 square feet, with about eleven welding stations. In 1980, there was a planned expansion with a space of 43 by 65 that had 2800 square feet. They had 26 welding stations, with an approximate cost of $60,000. In the beginning, Gary used the courses from the Hastings campus programs to get started. 5

6 In June of 1981, there were 32 students in the welding program that produced 119 credits, plus a machine shop program. The machine shop was full four nights a week and four days. There was an ag instructor from Schuyler hired to teach welding classes at night. Around that time the college hired a full-time machine shop instructor which freed Gary up to handle the welding program. In 1989 the college got its first robot from Douglas and Lomason. They provided the robot and the training for Gary to teach robotics to their employees. From 1989 to 1996 CCC trained over 150 employees from industries such as Douglas and Lomason plants in Columbus, Alabama, New York, and Iowa. Training was given also to employees from Lindsay Manufacturing, Coleman in Kearney, plus the CCC welding students. The college has three welding robots, one that might have to be retired, and on additional material handling robot. In 2009 the college hired another welding instructor, Ryan Woehl, a former graduate of the program. Many businesses partner with CCC which helps with materials needed. The welding program just hauled in about three tons of scrap and brought back about the same amount from Behlen Manufacturing. They also get material from Cargill in Columbus and Schuyler and Timpte in David City. This partnership has been going on for 34 years which keeps the cost of the program down. The welding program averages 200 to 300 students a year, with welding classes four days and four nights a week. At the present time there are 75 students in the program. Enrollment has been backed off a little to provide moving into the new facility starting at the end of November. The new facility will have over 9,000 square feet and they are excited about the new prospects. Carter Shank, President of Phi Theta Kappa, Chi Sigma Chapter, Columbus, talked about the recent awards received at the Regional and International Phi Theta Kappa meetings. Carter Shank, NE/WY Regional President Rebecca Galvan, NE/WY Nebraska Vice President 2013 International Awards to Chi Sigma Chapter 2013 Paragon Award for New Advisors - Michele Lutz 2013 Distinguished Honors in Action project 2013 Distinguished Theme Award Honors in Action 2013 Distinguished Chapter Award (recognized as top 100 chapters out of 1300) The chapter strives to hold two major events a year. This year the project was created in collaboration with the college s administration to help students commit to completion of degree, etc. Another project is helping new students during the general registration. Honors in Action award is a scholarly project that involves extensive research followed by a service project. Carter went on to state that a Regional Convention is held twice a year. The fall

7 Convention was held in Columbus with 8 chapters attending from 6 colleges. It is a time for the students, as a region, to decide on business and enjoy time getting to know each other and learning about the Honors in Action Project/College Project. The International Convention is held once a year and was held in San Jose, California this year. Kaitlyn Ernst, a sophomore on the Volleyball team, spoke about her decision to attend Columbus and why she is glad she did. She has a love of volleyball and received a very good scholarship to play. She is taking her gen eds, academic transfer, and hopes to eventually go into nursing. She enjoys the fact that the student is not just a number. Teachers are on a personal level with the students. The community shows lots of support and the team has lots of fans. She said it is nice to be well-known in the community. During pre-season, the team helped get classrooms ready at an elementary school and are also active with a Cancer Awareness event. There is a lot of emphasis on TEAM. Last year's team ranked #5 in the nation, and #1 with National NJCAA Volleyball Academic Team (3.61 GPA). Additional Columbus updates include: Two UNL Transfer Regents Scholarship recipients Men's Basketball Qualified for Nationals Women's Basketball reinstated, and all are returning Record number of May Graduates (261 versus 216) New student orientation shows numbers are strong for the future. 322 this past summer versus 304 previously. Housing increase is at 144 the fall of 2013 versus 131 fall of New Men's Soccer Team, Fall Soccer Team Captains, Taylor Valderaz and Jonathan Zuniga, spoke to the group. Jonathan stated that he came to Central because it was affordable, close to home, and the teachers are personal with you and interact. He plans to attend UNO and major in criminal justice. Taylor Valderaz went to CCC, Grand Island, fall semester of 2012, and then took off a semester. A friend was on the Columbus Soccer team and asked him to join the team. It was the perfect fit because of Taylor's love of soccer. School wise, he plans on going into business administration, and then entrepreneurship. He enjoys the small classrooms. The soccer team is doing very well this season and the team was headed to South Dakota for their next game. Their record is 7-4. (postnote: they won the game in South Dakota, so their record is now 8-4). The team is coached by two part-time coaches. Dr. Gotschall closed by discussing the outlook for 13-14: Facilities updates include: Mechatronics Remodel - planned spring 2013 Faculty Center - HVAC - summer/fall 2013 Science/health Remodel/addition - planning PE Building Entrance (Planning) 7

8 NCCA Report Dennis Baack, Executive Director for the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA), stated he has been visiting the area community colleges for the past 20 years. He stated: In 1993, the State gave community colleges $23 million, compared to $95 million now. The state has really made that commitment because they see the value of the community colleges. The legislative session will be very interesting with 10% of the legislators already running for other offices/positions. This also puts a different dynamic into discussions. The Campaign will be going on during the same time as the primary, so there will be lots of discussion. This session will be a short session, with not a lot of talk about dollars, as that has been set. Three items from the CEO s for discussion include: standards for dual credits, career academies, and the haz mat levy authority. EXECUTIVE SESSION Paul Krieger requested an executive session to discuss personnel and litigation issues. MOVED BY ZIKMUND, SECONDED BY WALLINE that the Board of Governors recess the regular meeting in order to go into executive session. (Time: 2:20 p.m.) Aerni aye Borden aye Keller aye Pirnie aye Skiles aye Burns aye Cowan aye Krieger aye Sasges absent Zikmund aye UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED MOVED BY ZIKMUND, SECONDED BY WALLINE to return to the regular session of the Board of Governors Meeting. (Time: 2:55 p.m.) Aerni aye Borden aye Keller aye Pirnie aye Skiles aye Burns aye Cowan aye Krieger aye Sasges absent Zikmund aye UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED DISCUSSION OF CONSENT/ACTION ITEMS The following purchases were pulled for discussion. 8

9 Mrs. Aerni asked about the exercise equipment. Al Hartley explained the equipment had previously been donated and in the Administrative office. It was recently moved to the campus so is more available for students and will receive more activity. The existing equipment is worn out and cannot be repaired anymore. Purchases, Exercise Equipment, Grand Island: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Push Pedal Pull of Omaha, Nebraska for $21, for the replacement of exercise equipment for the Grand Island Grand Island Campus. MOVED BY SKILES, SECONDED BY WALLINE to accept the purchase of Exercise Equipment, Grand Island. Aerni aye Borden nay Keller aye Pirnie aye Skiles aye Burns aye Cowan aye Krieger aye Sasges absent Zikmund aye 9 - AYE; 1 NAY UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED Mrs. Aerni asked about the Smart Classroom purchase and how this might be connected with, or duplicating, the Video Instructional Delivery Network system. Dr. Jones explained these are going in locations that will not be impacted with any remodeling. They are only making rooms connected to the internet. Each campus identified four classrooms to upgrade as well as the open space at the Ord Center. MOVED BY ZIKMUND, SECONDED BY SKILES to accept the purchase of the Smart Classroom Upgrade, College-Wide. Aerni nay Borden nay Keller aye Pirnie aye Skiles aye Burns aye Cowan aye Krieger aye Sasges absent Zikmund aye 8 - AYE; 2 NAY UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED Mrs. Aerni questioned the update of the fire alarm system on the Hastings Campus. The update will be to change out the unreliable copper lines to fiber lines. 9

10 Purchases: Fire Alarm System Update, Hastings Campus: The College President recommends acceptance of the bid from Electronic Systems of Hastings, Nebraska for $60, to update the fire alarm system on the Hastings Campus. MOVED BY ZIKMUND, SECONDED BY KELLER to approve the purchase of the Fire Alarm System Update, Hastings Campus. Aerni aye Borden aye Keller aye Pirnie aye Skiles aye Burns aye Cowan aye Krieger aye Sasges absent Zikmund aye UNANIMOUS AYE VOTE MOTION CARRIED INFORMATION ITEMS ACCT Conference Corey Burns and Dr. Smith recently attended the Association of Community College Trustees meeting in Seattle, Washington. Corey gave highlights of the meeting. The "theme" of some of the meetings was community colleges switching from access to success. Discussion on marketing to the Hispanic population and working with first generation students. Tuition increases and early reserves; being able to set tuition a full year in advance. This affords students an opportunity to know exactly how much it will cost them. Board voices; achieving students dreams states requiring some training for trustees. Boards should question when money is spent and how it affects student success. Mandatory orientation for students, which stopped late enrollment. Added College Success classes. Some schools require students to have a financial plan. He learned "noses in, hands off" attitude. Looking at financial literacy to help develop future plans. Schools are making payment plans more flexible. Trustees were encouraged to know the college default rate over a 3-year period. Mr. Burns stated there was a lot of information and he was highlighting items that he could pull information from for our area. He felt every board member should attend at some time, and stated it was a very good conference. Student Success Dr. Brennan shared information from the Systems Portfolio, a designed score card for data used and decisions being made. It is a concise format with quick looks and quick links. 10

11 The report reviewed data in enrollment, student success, financial, student satisfaction, and employee satisfaction. Dr. Smith s report The ACCT (American Community College Trustees) Annual Conference was held in Seattle from October 1-5. Corey Burns and Dr. Smith attended. Dr. Smith presented Nebraska s efforts regarding the Voluntary Framework for Accountability (VFA) on October 1 st at a pre-conference symposium. Board members from all Nebraska community colleges were in attendance. In addition, Dennis Baack, NCCA Executive Director and CEOs Western, Mid-Plains, and CCC attended. Robert "Bob" Feit, Southeast Community College, was re-elected Western Regional Chair and Kent Miller, Mid-Plains Community College Area, was elected Western Regional Director. Dr. Smith made an amendment, a message from the College President, to the automatic sent to students once they have registered. It now reads: Subject: CCC Registration Completed Thanks for registering at Central Community College. You are considered enrolled; and unless you officially drop or withdraw from school, you are responsible for all tuition and related fees for these classes. It is very important that you check this account on a regular basis. CCC communicates ALL important college information through this account. Such as: last day to drop a course, application for graduation deadline, etc... Be sure you mark WebCentral in your 'FAVORITES'. This is your CCC connection to your grades, school finances, an unofficial transcript, registering for classes, your schedule, and many other college events. Please click on to read a welcome from the CCC President, Greg P. Smith. Have a GREAT semester! The Nebraska Community College Association 2013 Annual Conference will be held on November 4-5, hosted by Mid-Plains Community College, in North Platte. The meeting for Board members will begin at 3:30 p.m. on November 4 th. On September 19th, a ribbon cutting for the Harlan Building expansion and a campus open house was well-attended. Board members Sandra Borden and Sam Cowan were in attendance representing the CCC Board of Governors. The ACCT National Legislative Summit will be held in Washington, DC from February 10-13, The registration deadline is December 20th and hotel deadline is January 10. Since we have no meeting in December, we need commitments to attend by the end of November. 11

12 J.B. Milliken, President of the University of Nebraska System, invited the community college CEOs to lunch on September 25. Dual credit, faculty credentialing, transfer initiatives and reverse transfer were discussed. Reverse transfer refers to retroactively awarding associate degrees to students who have transferred to 4-year institutions and later met all degree requirements. Nebraska statute lists the following duty of community college boards: Grant to every student upon graduation or completion of a course of study a suitable diploma, associate degree, or certificate. CCC FTE enrollment this fall is down 5.7% YTD as of October 1, Preliminary analysis suggests that decreases in the number of recent high school graduates account for some of this decline. Other Nebraska community colleges are also experiencing enrollment decreases. Student services is working on a set of actions to address recruitment and retention challenges. An overview of these actions will be presented at a future Board meeting. Dr. Smith attended a meeting of the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) in at Portland State University on September Information was presented about the next National Climate Assessment produced by U.S. Global Change Research Program and due for release in April, 2014 (See ACUPCC currently has 675 signatories. Dr. Smith has been asked to chair the ACUPCC Governance and Policy Committee which considers and recommends policies which govern member responsibilities, signatory participation status, and reporting responsibilities, including signatory voluntary contributions in support of the ACUPCC. From October 27 November 1, Dr. Smith will be in Seoul, South Korea assisting with the organization of the 2014 PIN conference. The trip will include visits to Tongwon University, Suwon Science College, and Ulsan College. These institutions are all in the Seoul area. ADJOURNMENT Krieger declared the meeting adjourned at 3:55 p.m. 12

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