May 2000 Board Meeting | Committee Schedule

Minnesota World Trade Center
Fourth Floor, International Hall
30 East Seventh Street
St. Paul, Minnesota

PLEASE NOTE: Committee meeting times are tentative. Committee meetings may begin up to 45 minutes earlier than the times listed below, if the previous committee meeting concludes its business before the end of its allotted time slot.

Tuesday - May 16, 2000

  • 8:00 Finance/Facilities Policy Committee - International Hall - Robert Erickson, Chair, Daniel Coborn and Dennis Dotson, Vice Chairs

    Facilities, Dennis Dotson, Vice Chair
    - Approval of Minutes of April 18, 2000
    1. *FY 2002- 2007 Capital Budget Guidelines (Second Reading)
    2. Century College - Pedestrian Bridge
    3. Capital Improvement Projects Quarterly Status Report
    4. Southwest State University Master Plan

      Finance, Daniel Coborn, Vice Chair
    5. *FY 2002-2003 Biennial Operating Budget Guidelines (Second Reading)
    6. Proposed New and Amended Board Policies - Chapters 5, 6, and 7, Financial and Administrative Management Policies (First Reading)
    7. FY 2001 Operating Budget Including Tuition and Fees - Revised (First Reading)
    8. FY 1999 Instructional Cost Study
    9. Legislative Session Wrap-up
    10. Allocation Framework Update

  • 11:30 a.m. Board of Trustees Lunch - World Trade Room

  • 12:30 p.m. Audit Committee - International Hall - Andrew Boss, Chair
    - Approval of Minutes of April 18, 2000
    1. Audit Plan - FY 2001 (First Reading)
    2. Status of Bank Reconciliations

  • 1:30 p.m. Personnel Policy Committee - International Hall - Nancy Brataas, Chair
    - Approval of Minutes of April 18, 2000
    1. *Appointment of President of Metropolitan State University
    2. *Appointment of Interim President of Southwest State University
    3. *Repeal of State University Policy 7.4, Emeritus Status (Second Reading)
    4. *Repeal of Community College Policy VI.07.02 (Unclassified Faculty and Administrators) (Second Reading)

  • 3:00 p.m. Ad hoc Legislative Committee - International Hall - Jim A. Luoma, Chair
    Committee will convene only if the 2000 Minnesota Legislature does not adjourn.

  • 4:00 p.m. Futures Sub-Committee - World Trade Room - Christine Fritsche and Jim A. Luoma, Co-chairs
    Committee will convene 10 minutes after conclusion of Ad Hoc Legislative Committee

 


Wednesday - May 17, 2000

 

  • 8:00 a.m. Educational Policy Committee - International Hall - James Wafler, Chair
    - Approval of Minutes of April 19, 2000
    1. Academic and Student Affairs Update
    2. * MnSCU Mission and Vision Statements (Second Reading)
    3. * Formal Adoption of Board of Trustees Goals
    4. Applied Doctorate Report
    5. * Program Approval: Certificate, Painting and Wallcovering, Central Lakes College, Brainerd
    6. * Program Approval: Certificate, Drywall Finishing, Central Lakes College, Brainerd
    7. * Program Approval: Diploma, Internet Systems Administrator, Hibbing Community College, A Technical and Community College
    8. * Program Approval: AS, Engineering, Itasca Community College
    9. * Program Approval: AAS, Industrial Automation Technology, and Diploma, Industrial Automation Technology, Minnesota State College, Southeast Technical, Red Wing and Winona
    10. * Program Approval: Diploma, Painting and Decorating, South Central College, Minnesota Correctional Facility, Faribault
    11. * Program Suspensions: Central Lakes College
    12. Report for the Task Force on Institutional Accountability Principles
    13. Itasca Community College's Strategic Planning Process (Process and Accountability)
    14. Sabbatical Report for FY 1999

  • 11:00 a.m. Board of Trustees Lunch - World Trade Room

  • 11:00 a.m. Sub-Committee on Trustees - Conference Room 502 - Fifth Floor

  • 12:00 p.m. Board of Trustees Meeting - International Hall

 

~ Special Accommodations ~

 

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