Comments from the Members of the Audience
NO COMMENTS - There were no comments made by members of the audience.
Chancellor’s Report – Dr. Cheryl A. Marshall
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY COHORT – Invited everyone to attend a welcome reception for the first NOCCCD Leadership Academy cohort to be held on September 6 from 4 - 5 p.m.
ANAHEIM PLEDGE – The Chancellor mentioned how the District is working on a date for the signing of the Anaheim Pledge.
Comments from the College Presidents and Provost
Cypress College - Dr. JoAnna Schilling, President
ENROLLMENT – Cypress is currently projecting a slight drop in summer enrollment (approximately -1% from Summer 2016). Fall enrollment also began last week, with enrollment slightly off pace by .06%. ACCREDITATION – The campus continues to make progress in preparing for their ACCJC site visit this fall. The site team chair will be Pamela Luster, President of Mesa College in San Diego. A "Guide to Accreditation" is being prepared with FAQs, photos of the site team, and other highlights from our self-evaluation report to keep the campus informed and ready to answer questions when the team arrives.
Fullerton College - President’s Report Presented by Dr. José Ramón Núñez, Vice President of Instruction
ENROLLMENT TRENDS – Dr. Núñez referred the Board to his written report.
School of Continuing Education - Valentina Purtall, Provost
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN ACCREDITATION RENEWAL – Congratulations to the SCE Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program for recently earning accreditation renewal by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and Accrediting Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). The accrediting board voted to grant SCE’s program a six-year cycle of accreditation renewal, with a mid-term progress report, at its June 21, 2017 board meeting. ENROLLMENT UPDATE – The fiscal year 2016/17 apportionment report revealed that SCE was 29 Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) shy from meeting its revised annual FTES goal of 5,000. This is a six percent decrease compared to the 2015/16 actual FTES number. Basic Skills classes, which include ESL, experienced the largest drop of 9.38 percent followed by a 6.40 percent reduction in off-site FTES.
Comments by Members of the Resource Table
DR. SCHILLING – DMA President Eldon Young and Cypress College Academic Senate President Brian Seiling welcomed Dr. JoAnna Schilling to Cypress College. United Faculty President Dana Clahane also welcomed Dr. Schilling in his report.
CONFERENCE PRESENTAION – SCE Academic Senate President Adam Gottdank reported that members of the AEBG Consortium are scheduled to present at the California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability (CAPED) conference in October on best practices.
JUNIOR OLYMPICS – On behalf of the Fullerton College Faculty Senate, Jennifer Combs reported that Fullerton College will be hosting 2017 Junior Olympics matches for water polo.
CSEA CONFERENCE – CSEA President Rod Lusch reported he will be attending the upcoming CSEA conference in Las Vegas. It is an election year, so he reported there will be plenty to discuss.
Comments by Members of the Board of Trustees
CYPRESS AS MEETING – Cypress College Student Trustee Daniel Sebastian reported he attended the first Associated Students Summer Meeting where they are trying to plan events and fundraise.
TRANSFER LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY – Fullerton College Student Trustee Andrew Washington attended a Transfer Leadership Opportunity Program at UCI. He also invited everyone to attend the Fullerton College Foundation Sunset Mixer.
AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM – Board Member Stephen T. Blount reported he attended the Automotive Program celebration at Cypress College and congratulated the school on their Toyota T-TEN accreditation.
DR. SCHILLING – Trustee Jeff Brown welcomed Dr. Schilling to Cypress College.
Finance and Facilities
PURCHASE ORDERS AND CHECKS – The Board ratified purchase orders and checks. (THE PURCHASE ORDERS AND REQUESTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IN THE DISTRICT'S BUSINESS OFFICE.)
CONTRACT EXTENSION – The Board authorized the request to extend the agreement with the law firm of Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud, and Romo, effective July 1, 2017, at the rates listed.
INSURANCE AGREEMENTS – The Board authorized the request to enter into agreements with Anthem Blue Cross and AIG Insurance through Student Insurance for student accident and intercollegiate athletic accident insurance for 2017-18 for basic and catastrophic coverage, for Cypress and Fullerton Colleges, effective August 1, 2017.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EVENT – The Board authorized the request to allow the Fullerton College Foundation to host the North Orange County Chamber of Commerce Sunset Mixer on the Fullerton College campus and to allow alcoholic beverages to be served to attendees.
DUAL ENROLLMENT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS – The Board ratified the 2017-18 NOCCCD and Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD) College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement. The Board also ratified the 2017-18 NOCCCD and Placentia Yorba Linda Union School District (PYLUSD) College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) Dual Enrollment Partnership Agreement.
CURRICULUM CHANGES – The Board approved the summary of curriculum changes for Fullerton College, to be effective Fall 2017.
FULLERTON COLLEGE DONATIONS – The Board authorized the request for Fullerton College to accept donations to its divisions, departments, library, and programs.
FISCAL ADJUSTMENTS – The Board authorized the request to make adjustments to the General Fund, Child Care Fund, and Financial Aid Fund revenue and expenditure budgets in accordance with the revised fiscal year 2016-2017 allocations.
RETIREMENT – The Board approved the retirement of Sandra Palmer, Anaheim Campus Executive III, effective July 8.
PROMOTIONS – The Board approved the promotion of Shontel Corona to the School of Continuing Education Student Records Coordinator, effective July 1; and Rhonda Kraft to Cypress College Executive Assistant, effective August 1.
The next regular meeting of the NOCCCD Board of Trustees will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 22, in the first-floor Board Room, Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim.
“News from the Board of Trustees” is produced by the NOCCCD Public Affairs Office as a summary of Board actions and reports. It is not intended as a replacement of the official minutes of Board meetings.