President Richard McCullough presented
Board Vice President Nancy Padberg with
a Gaucho Gallup silver medal. She came in second
in the 5k race. Over 200 runners and walkers participated
in the event sponsored by the SC Alumni Association.
President David B. Lang extended his
congratulations to Vice President Padberg
on her Gaucho Gallup medal and welcomed Paul Ho as Student
Trustee. He acknowledged Katie Slavin, who will be retiring,
and the terrific job she has done over the years as
District Director of Business Services.
President Nancy M. Padberg has attended
many athletic events over the past month. She congratulated
the SC Alumni Association on the successful Gaucho Gallup.
She thanked both College Foundations for the work they
do, and the generous citizens who donate to programs.
The SC Foundation is hosting Surf City , their 6 th
Annual Gala, on Saturday, November 5 at the Mission
Viejo Country Club.
of the Board Thomas A. Fuentes , during
a stay in the hospital, met many members of the medical
community. Universally they have the highest words of
commendation for the SC nursing program. He extended
his sympathy to the family of former congressman Bob
William O. Jay visited Yavapai College
in Prescott , AZ while visiting his daughter. He was
struck by the impressive job that they, and all Community
Colleges throughout the nation, are doing of providing
Marcia Milchiker mentioned the upcoming
IVC Wind Symphony performance on Wednesday, October
26. She thanked the College Foundation Directors Michelle
Anstadt at SC and Al Tello at IVC for their hard work
Donald P. Wagner , along with Trustees
Milchiker and Williams, had a very positive Audit Committee
meeting. He was impressed with the efforts made since
last year and extended his thanks to Deputy Chancellor
Gary Poertner, Director Katie Slavin, Financial Analyst
Davit Khachatryan, and the business services team.
John S. Williams mentioned that the
District has attained a status of “low risk” on the
annual audit, which will be on the agenda next month.
Trustee Paul Ho attended the Hurricane
relief basketball game which raised over $3,000. He
was touched by how the campus community came together
to collect funds for fellow Americans. He recently attended
the Model UN competition in Anaheim where SC and IVC
won six awards.
President Richard McCullough announced
that Irvine Medical Center made a donation of $10,000
to the College. His written report included mention
of: The Lariat student newspaper's nomination
for the 2005 Associated Collegiate Press Newspaper Pacemaker
Award; Yvonette Powell, New Assistant Dean of Student
Services; international student enrollment is up over
last year; students taking the medical assistants state
exam had a 100% pass rate; and the student production
of “They're Playing Our Song” was sold out prior to
President Glenn Roquemore 's written
report included mention of: new executive committee
was named for the Foundation board; SOCCCD debate team
presented its fourth annual international debate with
the British debate team; basketball game for hurricane
relief raised more than $3,000; and the County has approved
the College as a polling place.
Provost Robert J. Kopecky 's written
report included mention of: preparation for November
2 nd Business Roundtable Breakfast of OC business leaders;
a new web site (click on this link to view www.atep.us);
October receipts from use of the property and buildings
for film/commercial shoots are approximately $20,000;
and meetings with the City of Tustin and Orange County
Rescue Mission to discuss possible use of the Mess Hall
to aid hurricane victims.
the Board were a number of classified staff, students,
faculty and: Wendy Gabriella , IVC
Academic Senate; Claire Cesareo-Silva ,
SC Academic Senate; Ken Woodward ,
Faculty Association; Susan Sweet ,
IVC Classified Senate; Mark Sierakowski ,
SC Classified Senate; Cloyce Kelly ,
POA; Neena Nawabi , Associated Students
of IVC; and Taylor Ames , SC Associated
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.
SC and IVC students who were displaced by Hurricane Katrina
from nonresident tuition, effective immediately for the 2005-06
academic year, as authorized by AB1646 signed by the Governor
on October 7.
Forensics Team travel to China to compete in the International
Debate Education Association.
study abroad program to Salamanca , Spain for Spring 2006.
announcement of and recruitment for 11 full-time faculty positions
contingent upon funding at IVC for the 2006-07 academic year.
of and recruitment for 35 full-time faculty positions contingent
upon funding at SC for the 2006-07 academic year.
of surplus property that includes vehicles, computers, printers,
and office equipment. The auction will take place on Saturday,
November 19 at the SC Warehouse.
budget of the Associated Student Government of Saddleback
College in the amount of $783,413.
with DSE Architecture, Inc. to provide services for phases
of the mold abatement and air quality improvements in the
SC Business and General Studies Building. A report was presented
by the Bainbridge Group on the findings of mold investigation,
analysis and remediation.
for review and study proposed Board of Trustees' goals, District
goals, and District vision/mission/approach/commitment statements.
The goals and statements are listed at the end of the Board
financial status report. Click on this link for September
2005 report, available for viewing through June 30, 2006.
progress report was made by consultant groups gkkworks
and Maas to update the Board about the educational and
facilities master planning progress currently underway.
They noted the quality and commitment of faculty and
excellence of the curriculum.
- The Board meeting will
be broadcast on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October
29, at 7pm on Saddleback College Channel 39 and Irvine
Valley College Channel 33. SC TV39 has an additional
broadcast on Sunday, October 30 at 7pm.
Board of Trustees' Goals
a vision for the district.
District and Chancellor goals. Guide and support the
Chancellor in accomplishing goals.
an effective instrument to evaluate the Chancellor.
micromanagement of the District and college administration.
a positive ambassador for the District showing respect
and recognize staff, as appropriate.
for Board meetings in advance.
with fellow Board members and the Chancellor as a team.
and implement district vision statement.
an educational and facilities master plan for SC, IVC
and ATEP. Conduct community needs assessment to identify
emerging careers and develop programs to prepare students
for them. Develop and implement a building maintenance
plan at SC and IVC.
the assessment, revision and implementation of strategies
to enhance student enrollment at SC and IVC, including
coordination of curriculum and schedule of classes,
and student satisfaction.
the development of a technology plan, including technology
refresh and expansion of distance education program.
the development of a comprehensive staffing plan for
SC, IVC, ATEP and the district.
a public relations, marketing and outreach plan, as
applicable internally as well as externally to strengthen
communication, student enrollment and retention.
a district fiscal plan, including projected income and
expenditure of basic aid funds.
the development of student learning outcomes, and their
assessment and documentation at the colleges.
and adopt effective practices for instruction, student
services and administrative services.
contract negotiations with CSEA.
the Board President in identification and implementation
of strategies to make Board meetings more effective
and implement an organizational structure to accomplish
District Vision, Mission, Approach, Commitment Statements
vision of the South Orange County Community College District
is to create an environment of excellence in which to
learn and work.
mission is to provide academic opportunities, cultural
enrichment and social experiences to foster student success
and contribute to the community.
is made available through Saddleback College in Mission
Viejo, Irvine Valley College in Irvine , and the Advanced
Technology and Education Park in Tustin . Courses and
programs will promote critical thinking, intellectual
growth, and lifelong learning. Hallmarks of the District
will be student academic achievement, sound financial
management, state of the art facilities and technology,
and responsiveness to local business and industry.
responsive to students and accountable to the community.
students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
available a broad spectrum of educational opportunities
from development of basic skills to training in advanced
training, retraining and upgrading of skills to develop
with businesses and industry to advance regional economic
opportunities for intellectual stimulation and cultural
enrichment to all members of the community.
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, Paul Ho, Student Trustee
P. Mathur, Ed.D., Chancellor
Board Meeting Update Prepared by:
Tracy Daly, Director
Marketing and Public Affairs