May 1999 Board Meeting Summary

World Trade Center
St. Paul, Minnesota

THIS SUMMARY IS NOT THE OFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE MEETING


Special Recognition of David Schroeder, President, Dakota Technical College

The Board of Trustees approved a special commendation for retiring Dakota County Technical College President David Schroeder for 29 years of service to the college.

 

Appointment of President of South Central College
The Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Keith Stover as president of South Central College effective the end of this summer, under the terms and conditions of the Personnel Plan for MnSCU Administrators.

Minnesota State University, Mankato - Student Athletics Facilities Remodeling Project
he Board of Trustees approved the Schematic Design for Phase I of the Student Athletic Facilities Renovation Project at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Revenue Fund FY 2000 Proposed Student Union Fees and Finance Plans
The Board of Trustees approved the FY 2000 Student Union Base Facility Fee of $130.00 per on-campus FYE and the individual university finance plans.

FY 2000 Revenue Fund Spending Plan
The Board of Trustees approved the Revenue Fund FY 2000 Spending Plan Balance as presented on pages 191- 193 of the May Board packet.

South Central College Gift
The Board of Trustees approved the gift of $70,000 from the South Central College Foundation to South Central College.

Red Wing/Winona Technical College Request for Name Change
The Board of Trustees approved the name "Minnesota State College–Southeast Technical," as the new name for Red Wing/Winona Technical College.

Mission Review: Northland Community and Technical College
The Board of Trustees approved the mission statement of Northland Community and Technical College.

Program Approval: BA, East Asian Studies, Moorhead State University
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Moorhead State University to offer a BA degree in East Asian Studies. Program implementation is Fall 1999.

Program Approval: AAS, Information Technology, Anoka-Hennepin Technical College
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Anoka-Hennepin Technical College to offer an Associate in Applied Science in Information Technology. Program implementation is August 1, 1999.

Program Approval: AAS, Health Information Technology, Rochester Community and Technical College
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Rochester Community and Technical College to offer an Associate in Applied Science in Health Information Technology. Program implementation is August 1, 1999.

Program Approval: AAS, Chiropractic Technician; and Diploma, Chiropractic Technician, Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Pipestone
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Pipestone, to offer an Associate in Applied Science in Chiropractic Technician and a Diploma in Chiropractic Technician. Program implementation is August 1, 1999.

Program Approval: Diploma, Pharmacy Technician, Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Worthington
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Minnesota West Community and Technical College to offer a diploma in Pharmacy Technician at the Worthington Campus. Program implementation is August 22, 2000.

Program Approval: AS, Biomedical Technologist; Certificate, Biomedical Technician; and Certificate, Clinical Research Professional, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Coon Rapids
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Anoka-Ramsey Community College to offer an Associate in Science in Biomedical Technologist and two certificates: Biomedical Technician and Clinical Research Professional at the Coon Rapids Campus. Program implementation is August 1, 1999.

Program Approval: Diploma, Medical Assistant, Lake Superior College
The Board of Trustees approved the request by Lake Superior College to offer a diploma in Medical Assistant. Program implementation is August 1, 1999.

Program Approval: Advanced Technical Certificate, Multimedia Technologist, St. Paul Technical College
The Board of Trustees approved the request by St. Paul Technical College to offer an advanced technical certificate in Multimedia Technologist. Program implementation is May 20, 1999.

Residential Academy
The Board of Trustees approved the Chancellor's recommendation that MnSCU serve as the sponsor of the charter school connected to the residential academy being developed by Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and in order for Catholic Charities to receive the state appropriation of $5.6 million, MnSCU will serve as the recipient's fiscal agent.

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