Board approved a tentative total District budget
for 2006-07 of $338,260,038. President David
Lang commended the work of the District
Resource Allocation Council (DRAC), Deputy
Chancellor Poertner and those pictured
from left to right, Beth Muller,
Davit Khachatryan, and Carol
President David B. Lang remembered
Tom Wall who died recently, and his
lasting legacy of service and scholarship support to
IVC. He thanked Jerry Rudmann and
the IVC Student Learning Outcomes Committee
for their outstanding work to assess student
learning outcomes. He commended Trustee Nancy
Padberg for traveling to North Carolina on
a site visit with Chancellor Raghu Mathur and
Provost Robert Kopecky.
President Nancy M. Padberg described
the site visit to Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community
College in North Carolina and the possibilities it presented
of business involvement at ATEP. She attended the final
performance of Smokey Joe's Cafe and was impressed
with the state of the art sound and lighting system
that was installed in the SC McKinney Theatre last year.
She remembered Tom Wall and his support
of the Board Thomas A. Fuentes thanked
Chancellor Mathur for his leadership
in organizing the upcoming reception for the new CEO
of the Community College League of California, Scott
Lay. The event brings together the four community college
districts. He invited everyone to attend the City of
Lake Forest Fourth of July parade in which he and the
Chancellor will be riding in the parade to the theme
of “ Irvine Valley College and Saddleback College: Your
William O. Jay congratulated ATEP
for making great strides as shown in the production
of a student handbook/class schedule for Fall 2007 and
a brochure for businesses. He congratulated IVC on their
two new degree programs of Japanese and art history,
and the SC Civic Light Opera on the wonderful music
in Smokey Joe's Café.
Marcia Milchiker attended the SC Civic
Light Opera's final sold out performance of Smokey
Joe's Café , and is looking forward to the
production of Footloose in July. She acknowledged
the passing of Tom Wall and an 87
year old student and resident of Laguna Woods Village.
Trustee Elizabeth Kelly mentioned
that summer classes are a great opportunity to learn
on a “compressed schedule”. She attended the Orange
County Forum and is looking forward to a student trustee
workshop in July. She is hoping to write a column for
The Lariat to inform students of what she is
doing for them as Student Trustee and is discussing
a book rental program with administrators.
Raghu P. Mathur remembered Tom
Wall and what a pleasure it was to work with
him when he was president of IVC. Although emphasizing
that there is still work to be done, he shared the good
news that summer enrollment at SC is up 11% and IVC
is up 4% over last year. He thanked Provost
Kopecky for organizing the excellent site
visit to North Carolina . He attended the IVC and SC
Foundation retreats during which both organizations
were planning exciting activities. He announced that
the District Report to the Community won a
prestigious gold statue PROTOS award from the Public
Relations Society of America Orange County Chapter,
competing against private and public sector entries.
President Richard McCullough 's written
report included mention of: placing seventh out of 43
California Community Colleges in the Honors Transfer
Alliance Program; ranking fifth in the state in credit
distance education FTES; Veteran's Memorial sculpture
event; rapid prototyping program was asked to create
a three dimensional reproduction of the Lewis and Clark
expedition rifle; and the Summer Jazz Camp for young
aspiring musicians to play with the pros.
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: the first Emeritus Institute
printed class schedule; two new associate in art degrees
in Art History and Japanese; men's volleyball Head Coach
Tom Pestolesi and Assistant Coach Eric
Olson were named Orange Empire Conference co-coaches
of the year; the Honor Society collected food and books
during commencement for distribution to Orangewood Children's'
Home and Second Harvest Food Bank. He mentioned that
the campus flag was recently flown at half mast in honor
of Tom Wall.
Provost Robert J. Kopecky 's written
report included mention of: with site preparation complete,
the pre-engineered buildings are being assembled for
the campus; CACT received $205,000 renewal grant from
the State; new marketing brochure; hiring of consultants
to assist in establishing criteria for evaluating partnership
proposals; and an educational site visit to the Enka
campus of Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
in North Carolina.
the Board were: Ken Woodward, Faculty
Association; Carol Spencer, CSEA; and
Rebecca Cunningham, SC Associated Student
BOARD APPROVED. . .
consent calendar items, academic personnel actions, and classified
personnel actions. If you wish to know specifics, please contact
the Office of the President or Deputy Chancellor.
Community Education program and presenters for Fall 2006.
from basic aid for the construction of a science lab addition
to B-200 and the remodel of B-239 at IVC. These projects were
included in the six-year construction plan approved by the
Board on May 22, 2006.
of bid for $278,000 to Arya Construction, Inc. for site preparation
for modular classrooms to replace old, portable buildings
(CEC 1-4 and CEC 5-6) at IVC.
six modular classrooms for $142,560 from Mobile Modular for
36 months to replace existing CEC modular classrooms at IVC.
- agreements with consultants
Strata Information Group, Incentra Solutions, and Microsoft
Corporation to assist in the development of the new student
Board received information about privatization and contracting
out within the limitations imposed by the California
items from ATEP: official approval was received to establish
ATEP from the Accrediting Commission for Community and
Junior Colleges; ATEP was named as a partner in the
Orange County Animation Project grant of $450,000 along
with other educational and business industry partners;
a document entitled ATEP Assets and Challenges has been
prepared to assist in understanding the issues involved
in the Fall 2007 launch of ATEP; and a draft has been
prepared of the Fall 2007 ATEP class schedule and handbook.
in the Board agenda packet included a letter extending
appreciation to Anne Akers, IVC Outreach
- The Board meeting will
be broadcast at 7pm on Friday, June 30 and Saturday,
July 1 on Saddleback College Channel 39 and Irvine Valley
College Channel 33. SC TV39 has an additional broadcast
on Sunday, July 2 at 7pm.
Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees
A. Fuentes, William O. Jay, David B. Lang, Marcia Milchiker,
Nancy M. Padberg,
P. Wagner, John S. Williams, Elizabeth Kelly, Student Trustee
P. Mathur, Ed.D., Chancellor
Board Meeting Update Prepared by:
Tracy Daly, District Director
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