June 2000 Board Meeting Summary

World Trade Center
Saint Paul, Minnesota

THIS SUMMARY IS NOT THE OFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE MEETING


Appointment of President of Rochester Community and Technical College
The Board of Trustees appointed Don Supalla as president of Rochester Community and Technical College effective July 1, 2000, under the terms and conditions of the Personnel Plan for MnSCU Administrators.

Appointment of Interim President of Anoka-Hennepin Technical College
The Board of Trustees appointed Anne Weyandt as interim president of Anoka-Hennepin Technical College effective June 29, 2000, under the terms and conditions of the Personnel Plan for MnSCU Administrators.

Approval of Several Agreements Concerning Anoka-Hennepin Technical College, Anoka-Hennepin School District #11 and the County of Anoka
The Board of Trustees approved the new model envisioned for Anoka-Hennepin Technical College and the Anoka community and authorized the Chancellor to execute the necessary agreements concerning the land conveyance consistent with the principles and criteria presented at the meeting. The Chancellor will provide an update on the conclusion of the academic and facility planning process to the Educational Policy Committee and the Finance/Facilities Policy Committee of the Board.

Approval to Accept Gifts to Hennepin Technical College
The Board of Trustees approved the gift if $184,173 from the Imation Enterprises Corporation and $2.5 million from Special Systems Design, Inc. to Hennepin Technical College.

Proposed New and Amended Board Policies - Chapters 5, 6, and 7, Financial and Administrative Management Policies
The Board of Trustees approved new and amended Board Policies in Chapters 5, 6, and 7.

Supplemental Appropriations and FY 2001 Operating Budget Including Tuition and Fees - Revise
The Board of Trustees approved:

  1. The allocation of the 2000 session supplemental funds for enrollment deficiency for FY2000 (as contained on Attachment A, column d of the information in the June Board packet), and the methodology for the distribution of the enrollment deficiency funds for FY2001.
  2. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities proposed tuition revisions for FY2001 as detailed on Attachment B-0 (as contained in the June Board packet). The tuition revisions will be effective Fall Semester 2000.
  3. Pilot programs at Rainy River Community College, Rochester Community and Technical College, and Southwest State University to allow expanded tuition waiver authority for non-resident, non-reciprocity students, effective Fall Semester 2000.

Internal Auditing Report: Incumbent Workforce Training Programs
The Board of Trustees accepted the Internal Auditing Report: Incumbent Workforce Training Programs.

Audit Plan FY 2001
The Board of Trustees approved the MnSCU Office of Internal Auditing annual audit plan and budget for Fiscal Year 2001.

Proposed Policy: Repeal of Carry Forward Policies
The Board of Trustees repealed T.C. policy 2.4.2.0 Program Review and the related standard 2.4.2.0.

The Following New Programs were Approved by the Board of Trustees:

  1. Master of Management Information Systems Metropolitan State University. Implementation is August 1, 2000
  2. Diploma, Computer Technology Alexandria Technical College. Implementation is August 21, 2000.
  3. AAS, Supervisory Management; Certificate, Supervisory Leadership; Certificate, Quality Supervision; Certificate, Human Resource Development Anoka-Hennepin Technical College. Program implementation is August 1, 2000.
  4. AS, Engineering Hibbing Community College. Program implementation is July 1, 2000.
  5. AS, Individualized Professional Studies Inver Hills Community College. Program implementation is August 1, 2000.
  6. AAS, Aviation, Professional Pilot Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Jackson. Program implementation is August 1, 2000.
  7. Diploma, Computer Modeling and Animation Northland Community and Technical College. Program implementation is August 1, 2000.
  8. AAS, Electronic Commerce; Certificate, Electronic Commerce, Internet Programmer; Certificate, Electronic Commerce, Internet Designer, and Certificate, Electronic Commerce, Management and Marketing. South Central College. Program implementation is August 1, 2000.
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