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«The Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS DATE: September 19-20, 2016 SUBJECT: July 18, 2016 Board ...»

The Board of Governors of the

California Community Colleges

PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS

DATE: September 19-20, 2016

SUBJECT: July 18, 2016 Board Meeting Minutes Item Number: 1.1

Attachment: No

CATEGORY: Executive TYPE OF BOARD

CONSIDERATION:

Recommended By: Consent/Routine X First Reading Paul Feist, Vice Chancellor Approved for Action

Consideration:

Information Erik E. Skinner, Interim Chancellor ISSUE: This item presents the July 18, 2016, board meeting minutes for review and approval by the Board of Governors.

July 18, 2016 Call to Order The Board of Governors meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Board of Governors President Geoffrey Baum.

Roll Call

The following board members were present on Monday, July 18, 2016:

Arnoldo Avalos, Geoffrey L. Baum, Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Jeff Burdick, Connie Conway, Thomas Epstein, Cecilia V. Estolano, Danny Hawkins, Pamela Haynes, Hasun Khan, Deborah Malumed, Gary Reed, Valerie Shaw, Nancy Sumner Pledge of Allegiance Led by Board of Governors member Gary Reed RECOMMENDED ACTION: It is recommended that the Board of Governors approve the July 18, 2016 meeting minutes as presented.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

President’s Report President Geoffrey Baum Announced the Selection of Eloy Ortiz Oakley as the next Chancellor of the California Community Colleges.

Thanked Interim Chancellor Erik E. Skinner for his leadership as Interim Chancellor during the transition, as well as all of the Vice Chancellors for their contributions to the system.

Bid farewell to Vice Chancellor Vincent Stewart and thanked him for his exemplary service.

Chancellor’s Report Interim Chancellor Erik E. Skinner Thanked Vincent Stewart for all of his work as Vice Chancellor of External Relations and wished him luck in his new position as Executive Director of the STEM Network, which is a project of Children Now.

Announced that Michael Magee, Director of State Governmental Relations will serve as Acting Vice Chancellor of External Relations while a search for a permanent Vice Chancellor is conducted.

Announced that Governor Brown appointed Mario Rodriguez as the Vice Chancellor of the College Finance & Facilities Planning Division. Mario has been serving in the Acting Vice Chancellor role since Dan Troy’s departure in April 2016.

Consent Calendar Item 1.1 Approval of the Minutes This item requested approval of the May 16, 2016, meeting minutes.

Item 1.2 Appointment of a member of the Board of Governors to the Board of Directors of the Foundation for California Community Colleges Presented by: Vincent Stewart This item requested the appointment of Jennifer Perry, filling the role of Board of Governors Representative to the Board of Directors of the Foundation for California Community Colleges.

Jeff Burdick moved approval of the Consent Calendar, Danny Hawkins seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

Action Calendar Item 2.1 Approval of Contracts and Grants Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item recommended that the Board of Governors approve entering into the contracts and grants described in the July 2016 agenda.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Joseph Bielanski, Jr. moved approval of entering into the contracts and grants described in the July 2016 agenda, Deborah Malumed seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

NOTE: Members affiliated with any recipients of contracts or grants abstained from voting on those individual items so as to avoid any conflict of interest.

Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Cecilia Estolano Item 2.2 Stand-Alone Credit Course Approval Presented by: Pamela D. Walker This item was a second reading of proposed regulations amending California Code of Regulations, title 5, section 55100 Course Approval, authorizing local districts to approve stand-alone courses.

Joseph Bielanski, Jr. moved approval of the proposed regulations, Danny Hawkins seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

Public Comments John Stanskas Board Comments Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Item 2.3 Articulation of High School Courses Presented by: Pamela D. Walker This item requested Board approval of a revision to California Code of Regulations, title 5, section 55051 Articulation of High School Courses.

Motion was held pending clarification of the proposed revision.

Board Comments Joseph Bielanski, Jr., Cecilia Estolano, Nancy Sumner Item 2.4 Reappointment of a Special Trustee for San Francisco Community College District Presented by: Jacob Knapp This item presented for consideration the reappointment of a special trustee at San Francisco Community College District.

Pamela Haynes moved approval of the reappointment, Tom Epstein seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.





Public Comments Wendy Kaufmyn, Muriel Parenteau Board Comments Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Tom Epstein, Hasun Khan *The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Item 2.5 Petition for Transfer of Territory from Redwoods CCD to Mendocino-Lake CCD Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item proposed a transfer of territory known as the Redwoods Community College District Trustee Area #8 from Redwoods Community College District to Mendocino-Lake Community College District pursuant to the requirements of Education Code § 74100 et seq.

Cecilia Estolano moved approval of the Transfer of Territory, Arnoldo Avalos seconded the motion.

The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

Public Comments Barbara Rice Board Comments Joseph Bielanski, Jr., Jeff Burdick, Cecilia Estolano, Hasun Khan Item 2.6 Request for Waiver of Property Use Requirements: Sale, Lease, Use, Gift and Exchange Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item requested approval for the waiver of certain property disposition requirements identified in Education Code sections 81365, 81368, 81370, 81374 and 81375 as requested by the Long Beach Community College District.

Gary Reed moved approval of the waiver, Deborah Malumed seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion; there was one abstention.

Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Geoff Baum, Cecilia Estolano, Deborah Malumed Item 2.7 Request for Waiver of Property Use Requirements: Sale, Lease, Use, Gift and Exchange Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item requests approval for the waiver of certain property use requirements identified in Education Code sections 81365, 81370 and 81374 as requested by the Ohlone Community College District.

Cecilia Estolano moved approval of the waiver, Joseph Bielanski, Jr. seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

Board Comments Cecilia Estolano Item 2.8 2016-17 Expenditure Plan - $200M Strong Workforce Program Presented by: Van Ton-Quinlivan This item requested the approval of the Board of Governors for the $200M Strong Workforce Program expenditure plan.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Pamela Haynes moved approval of the Strong Workforce Program expenditure plan, Nancy Sumner seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous in support of the motion.

Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Geoff Baum, Joseph Bielanski, Jr., Jeff Burdick, Pamela Haynes, Nancy Sumner First Reading Item 3.1 Academic Record Symbols and Grade Point Average - Satisfactory Progress (SP) Grade Presented by: Pamela D. Walker This item was a first reading to revise California Code of Regulations, title 5, section 55023 Academic Record Symbols and Grade Point Average.

Board Comments Joseph Bielanski, Jr., Pamela Haynes, Nancy Sumner Item 3.2 Regulations Governing the New Cooperating Agencies Foster Youth Educational Support Categorical Program Presented by: Pamela D. Walker This item was a first reading of regulations that would govern Cooperating Agencies Foster Youth Educational Support, a new, categorical, component program of Extended Opportunity Programs and Services.

Public Comments John Stanskas Board Comments Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr.

Information and Reports Calendar Item 4.1 Foster Youth Support Services: Empowering Students with Tools and Resources for Success Presented by: Pamela D. Walker Item held over to September 2016 Board of Governors meeting Program and Course Handbook, 6th Edition Item 4.2 Presented by: Pamela D. Walker This item informed the Board of Governors about the revision of the Program and Course Approval Handbook, which will be the sixth edition.

Item 4.3 Veterans Services Update Presented by: Pamela D.

Walker This item presented information about activities the California community colleges and Chancellor’s Office have engaged in to support student veterans.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Public Comments Tod Burnett, Todd Steffan, Jennifer Syler, Jason Gieser, Richard Rahey, Jr., Destiny Goddu Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Jeff Burdick, Pamela Haynes, Hasun Khan, Deborah Malumed, Nancy Sumner Item 4.4 State & Federal Legislative Update Presented by: Vincent Stewart This item presented the Board of Governors with an update on recent state and federal activities.

Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Connie Conway, Tom Epstein, Cecilia Estolano, Pamela Haynes, Hasun Khan, Deborah Malumed, Valerie Shaw, Nancy Sumner Item 4.5 Overview of the Enacted 2016-17 Budget Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item presented an overview of the 2016-17 budget approved by Governor Brown as it relates to the California Community Colleges.

Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Connie Conway, Deborah Malumed Item 4.6 2017-18 System Budget Request Presented by: Mario Rodriguez This item presented an update on the development of the 2017-18 System Budget Request and provided an opportunity for Board discussion and input.

Public Comments Larry Galizio, Richard Hansen, Jeffrey Michels Board Comments Arnoldo Avalos, Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr., Jeff Burdick, Tom Epstein, Cecilia Estolano, Danny Hawkins, Pamela Haynes, Hasun Khan, Nancy Sumner Item 4.7 Accreditation Update This item presented an update on the completed work of Accreditation Workgroup I and an update of the ongoing work of Accreditation Workgroup II.

Public Comments Richard Hansen, Wendy Kaufmyn, Muriel Parenteau Board Comments Tom Epstein, Cecilia Estolano, Pamela Haynes, Nancy Sumner *The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Item 4.8 Board Member Reports Board members reported on their activities since the last board meeting.

Arnoldo Avalos Visited North Kern Valley State Prison with Scott Budnick and observed a pilot program with Bakersfield College that offers three courses in the prison. The inmates attending these courses are working hard to change their lives, get paroled and stay out of prison. Would like to agendize this issue and invite former inmates to address the board. Was the keynote speaker at Foothill College where they have a Latino student recognition reception at graduation where he addressed the group in Spanish. Toured Taft College and saw their amazing and innovative disabled student program for students with Autism and Downs Syndrome whereby they are given online experience to live on campus.

Joseph J. Bielanski, Jr.

Attended the Curriculum Institute held by the Academic Senate. Many people from the Chancellor’s Office gave presentations for a very successful event.

Jeff Burdick Thanks to Vice Chancellor Pamela Walker and her staff in Basic Skills, Equity and SSSP who have announced a suspension of reports for one year and a consolidation of the programs for future years, which will have a significant impact on workload for the campuses.

Connie Conway Approved to be on the Board of Directors for Campaign for College Opportunity. Believes this works hand-in-hand with what our board is doing.

Thomas Epstein No Report Cecilia Estolano Thanked Chancellor’s Office staff, specifically Jacob Knapp and Paul Feist for their help in the final process of selecting the new State Chancellor for the California Community Colleges. Thanked fellow board members for the flowers and their kind words and support over the past few weeks as she mourned the passing of her mother.

Danny Hawkins Thanked Vince Stewart and wished him well. Thanked Helen Benjamin for her service to our system and wished her well in her retirement.

Pamela Haynes Praised the nursing educational report that was released from the Chancellor’s Office. Thanked Vince and wished him well.

Hasun Khan Working full-time over the summer and taking classes. Recently appointed to President Obama’s Heads of America campaign as one of the key student leaders from California. Will be advocating over the next year for College Promise and free, or debt-free college tuition for students.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If you would like more detailed information please, contact the Board of Governors Office at (916) 322-4005.

Deborah Malumed No Report Gary Reed No Report Valerie Shaw Heard Vice Chancellor Van Ton-Quinlivan speak as a panel member about bettering the middle class at an event sponsored by the endowment in Los Angeles about an initiative by former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Attended a CSU conference on how to best meet the needs of homeless and hungry students. Discussed with Vice Chancellor Pamela Walker the possibility of an initiative that would model what the CSU has been utilizing.

Nancy Sumner Selected four veterans for scholarships through the Veterans Coalition this year. They are students from Glendale City College, Pasadena City College and UC. One recipient of the $500 scholarship is the wife of a veteran who is suffering from PTSD, so she is now in the position of being the breadwinner for their family. Urges schools to participate in the major disaster drill, 2016 Shake Out, which is occurring on October 20 at 10:20am. Will be participating in the Not on my Watch suicide prevention event in September 14-17, 2016.

Public Forum Courtney L. Cooper, Wendy Kaufmyn, Brad Reynolds New Business The Board of Governors did not discuss any new business.

Adjournment The meeting was adjourned Monday, July 18, 2016 at 4:26 p.m. This meeting was dedicated to Gloria G. Estolano.

*The minutes are intended to provide a brief summary of the items that were discussed at the Board Meeting. If



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