Joint Meeting November 19, 2013

SFCC Governing Board & SFCC Foundation Board of Directors

Joint Meeting of the SFCC Governing Board/SFCC Foundation Board
Work Session Meeting
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Santa Fe Community College
President's Conference Room #108
6401 Richards Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87508

AGENDA

 

 

AGENDA ITEM

RESOURCE
PERSON
 

ACTION
NEEDED

3:15

I.

Dinner willl be ready to be served

   

3:30-3:35

II.

Determination of quorum, call to order, welcoming remarks & adoption of agenda

Chair Abeyta, Chair SFCC Governing Board 

Yes

3:35-3:50

III.

Group Introductions

All members

No

3:50-4:00

IV.

Overview of how the College and the Foundation work together per the Memorandum of Agreement

Mr. Robert Glick, Member
President & CEO
St. Vincent Hospital Foundation
 

No

4:00-4:10

V.

SFCC Foundation’s current and future plans
     

    

Mr. Rick Abeles, President
Board of Directors
SFCC Foundation

4:10-4:25

VI.

Presentation: 2012-2013 Accomplishments



SFCC's 30th Anniversary

Mr. Randy Grissom, Vice President Academic Affairs
Santa Fe Community College
Ms. Janet Wise, Executive Director, Marketing and Public Relations

No

4:25-4:50

VII.

SFCC Governing Board and SFCC Foundation: Where do we go from here?

Dr. Martha Romero
Governing Board Representative to the Foundation

No 

4:50-4:55

VIII.

Thank you

Chair Abeyta; President Abeles; Mr. Grissom

No

4:55-5:00

IX.

Adjournment

Chair Abeyta

Yes 

Jump to Regular Meeting Agenda

**Public Comments

*** Closed Sessions

The “Open Meetings Act” NMSA 1978, section 10-15-1-H and I, authorizes the governing board to retire to closed session for discussion of : limited personnel matters Section 10-15-1-H(2); bargaining strategy preliminary to collective bargaining; purchases exceeding $2500 (10-15-1(H)(6) NMSA 1978; pending or threatened litigation (10-15-1(H)(7) NMSA 1978); and/or real property or water rights, acquisition/disposition provided (10-15-1-(H)(8): (a) motion to close is made in open meeting and approved by a majority roll-call vote; (b) the authority to close and the subject for discussion are stated with reasonable specificity in the motion; and (c) when board returns from closed session, board chair announces that no matters were discussed in closed session except those specified in the motion for closure.

Notes

Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on the agenda. In the event that a quorum consisting of three members of the governing board is not present, but at least two members are present, those members in attendance shall constitute an ad hoc Standing Committee of the board and shall meet as the same under this notice to consider items on this agenda for all purposes, including recommendations to a duly constituted quorum of the board but excluding any action, decision, or vote that must be taken by a quorum of members of the governing board.

 

SFCC Regular Governing Board Meeting
Tuesday, November 19, 2013

5:00 p.m.

Santa Fe Community College
Board Room #223
6401 Richards Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87508

AGENDA

 

 

AGENDA ITEM

RESOURCE
PERSON
 

ACTION
NEEDED

 

I.

Determination of quorum and call to order

Chair Abeyta

Yes

 

II.

Welcome from the Chair

Chair Abeyta

No

 

III.

Adoption of Agenda

Chair Abeyta

Yes

Tab A

IV.

• President's Awards, and Presentations
     • President’s Report — Part 1 & Part 2
 
     • Update of Academic Affairs
     
• Employee of the Month 
        OCTOBER
               - Pass It Forward – Teresa Roybal, (Coordinator, Academic Affairs)
                 nominated Rebecca Estrada (Director, Recruitment and
                 Dual Credit Programs)
                 
               - WOW Gram - Roberta Chavez (former employee) nominated
                 Felisha Ortiz (Bookstore)


Mr. Grissom

Dr. Finn

 


No

No

 

 

V.

Public Comments

Chair Abeyta

 

Tab B

VI.

Communications
• Faculty Senate Report — 10/11/13,   10/25/13

• Staff Senate Report — 10/2/13

• Student Government Report
9/18/13,   9/25/13,   10/2/13,   10/9/13

Chair Abeyta

No

Tab C

VII.

Approval of Consent Agenda
   a.
Minutes: 
       Work Session of October 15, 2013
       Regular Board Meeting of October 15, 2013
   b. Matters Related to SFCC Policy:
       Final Reading/Approval:

       * SFCC Social Media Policy 1-30 

Chair Abeyta






Ms. Wise

Yes






Yes

Tab D

VIII.

Action on Items Removed from Consent Agenda for discussion

Chair Abeyta

Yes

Tab E

IX.

Action Items - Non-Consent
   a. Approval of Financial Report (September 2013)

   b. Approval to seek Legislative funding

   c. Approval related to GO Bond for SFCC Regional
       Library/Resource Center


   d. Approval for Wells Fargo Banking Contract

   e. Approval to construct pad for instructional programs

   f. Approval Tuition Reciprocity Agreement, New Mexico
      Highlands University


  g. Approval of Resolution (Karla Quintana)


Dr. Ziemer

Ms. Krell

Mr. Mignardot


Dr. Ziemer

Mr. Grissom

Mr. Grissom
Dr. Rivera

Chair Abeyta
Mr. Grissom

Yes

Yes

Yes


Yes

Yes

Yes


Yes

Tab F

X.

 Information Items: (written reports only)
a. Purchases over $100,000 (less than $300,000) - none to report–
    Dr. Ziemer
b. Sustainability at SFCC- Matt Sherman

c. Strategic Planning Updates—Mr. Morimoto, Ms. Lemke

d. Enrollment Update/Fall 2013—Dr. Gonzales

e. Santa Fe Public Schools MOU—Member Keith

Written Reports
Only

No 

Tab G

XI.

Matters Related to SFCC Policy:
First Reading:
   • SFCC Procurement Policy 7-2

   • Technology Usage Policy 8-1

   • SFCC Associate in Applied Arts and 
     Associate in Applied Science Degree Requirements Policy 3-4

 

Mr. McWilliams

Dr. Dela Rosa

Mr. Grissom



No

No

No

Tab H

XII.

Board Reports, Discussion, Other Business
         - Action: none to report

         - Information: Policy review discussion


Chair Abeyta

Chair Abeyta 


No

No

 

 

Reading Material General Information

 

 

 Tab I

XIII.

Announcement of next Board Meeting(s): 

                                     Tuesday - January 21, 2014


Chair Abeyta


No

Tab J

XIV.

Closed Session:
The “Open Meetings Act” NMSA 1978, section 10-15-1-H and I, authorizes the governing board to retire to closed session for discussion of: limited personnel matters Section 10-15-1-H(2);  pending or threatened litigation (10-15-1(H)(7) NMSA 1978).

*Only list sections that will be discussed in closed session 
 

Chair Abeyta

No

 

XVI.

Adjournment

Chair Abeyta

Yes

*Public Comments

** Closed Sessions

The “Open Meetings Act” NMSA 1978, section 10-15-1-H and I, authorizes the governing board to retire to closed session for discussion of : limited personnel matters Section 10-15-1-H(2); bargaining strategy preliminary to collective bargaining; purchases exceeding $2500 (10-15-1(H)(6) NMSA 1978; pending or threatened litigation (10-15-1(H)(7) NMSA 1978); and/or real property or water rights, acquisition/disposition provided (10-15-1-(H)(8): (a) motion to close is made in open meeting and approved by a majority roll-call vote; (b) the authority to close and the subject for discussion are stated with reasonable specificity in the motion; and (c) when board returns from closed session, board chair announces that no matters were discussed in closed session except those specified in the motion for closure.

Notes

Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on the agenda. In the event that a quorum consisting of three members of the governing board is not present, but at least two members are present, those members in attendance shall constitute an ad hoc Standing Committee of the board and shall meet as the same under this notice to consider items on this agenda for all purposes, including recommendations to a duly constituted quorum of the board but excluding any action, decision, or vote that must be taken by a quorum of members of the governing board.

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