Executive Committee Meeting AGENDA go to minutes
8:30am, KaLama 102
Data Focus: Jeannie Pezzoli
1) House Higher Ed Hearing: Finalize Proposals
a) Supplemental Session Legislative Response and status
i) Outreach: polycomm, staff, travel
ii) Alternate Energy
b) President’s approval
2) County of Maui Proposal
3) Second Decade Business Plan
4) West Maui Education Center Furnishing, Advisory Committee Meeting Date: Feb. 14
5) Academic Senate Resolutions
6) Enrollment and TFSF and overall Budget Status
7) Update of Program Review Summary
8) HC&S Frontline Supervisor Professional Program
9) Project Ohana
10) Biennium Budget Timeline
11) Other Items
8:30 am, Ka Lama 102
Adams, Sharane Gomes for Suzette Robinson, Dan Kruse,
1. Data Review: Jeannie Pezzoli
Data Dialog on
International Student Enrollment.
What are findings? What
· Agreement with Ann Wallner: can begin in a week or two.
for Fall semester:
in process of responding
reports for admin and executive meetings.
Alvin will email admins on how
· Jeannie will provide information on graduation rates.
2. House Higher Ed Hearing: Finalize Proposals
Diane and flo
summarized Outreach proposal developed in response
summarized the pho
have been cleared by Clyde through President and are being routed through our
legislative liaison Mike Unebasami. We have been careful
3. County of Maui Proposal
has met with some of the Council members.
He will also give a powerpoint
and RDP folks are assisting with identifying activities within Maui
County. Clyde asked committee members
· University Center: Leveraging our partnerships within the system.
▪ West Oahu Chancellor Gene Awakuni interested in getting faculty on Maui in high demand areas.
▪ Jon Matsuoka will begin offering Bachelors of Social Work this Fall from Manoa
Hitz with the College of Education will be placing a
of Astronomy also interested in working with
Boland, Dean of the School of Nursing, is interested in looking at an AS degree
▪ We are also including the SLIM project as part of Sustainability.
Advisory Council and Maui Regent have expressed the need for specialization in
Accounting. Karen and Diane and Accounting
faculty will develop recommendation on how we should proceed
Ramsey who is with IBM is interested in meeting with IT folks
▪ There is potential for cultural studies; combination of what we are doing in Hawaiian Studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Paulauea Reserve.
▪ Emphasis on applied research and retention of students. This will involve Student Services, Counseling and possibly Library support.
flo will look in
▪ flo will check with Nancy Johnson on Allied Health (physical therapy, lab tech, procedural coding).
· Plans are contingent on what happens with state funding for electricity costs.
have an opportunity
4. Second Decade Business Plan
summarized power point presentation which demonstrates what higher education
needs might be in the next decade. We
are asking Linda Johnsrud
· Clyde has asked Linda Johnsrud for a meeting of our staff with her and her staff.
5. West Maui Education Center Furnishing, Advisory Committee Meeting
· West Maui Education Center Advisory meeting on February 14, 2006 at 4:00 p.m.
· Dan Regan working on department MOA’s.
Albert is working with Reuben and staff
· Steve is in process of ordering computers.
a Campbell Foundation request for $22,000
6. Academic Senate Resolutions
o Dan reviewed status of Academic Senate Resolutions
Flex Schedule: brought
§ Results: Approved
group was established
have been scheduled for next semester; fewer than past semester. Need
intent of the proposal was
o Tech Fees:
Board of Regents asked what students felt about the tech fees. The tech support committee has scheduled an
educational meeting with students
§ The resolution suggested that all fees should be looked at and that other fees such as lab fees should be considered for classes that have additional expenses.
asked that the Academic Senate Executive budget committee work with
representatives from Student Government and Student Services
that a record be kept of the movement of unbudgeted positions
is being recorded. It will be noted in
the Executive Committee meeting when funding is available. The Academic Senate Chair will take
o Late Registration Policy, Counseling Proposal, Program Review Policy
Senate chair was asked
was noted that when proposals are being forwarded
7. Tuition Fees Special Funds and Overall Budget Status
As of the evening of February 9, 2006 the TFSF balance was $1.278.557 million. Our target is $1.312 million. We were at $1.245 million last this time last year.
David and Alvin are working with
9. Update on Program Review Summary
flo, Alvin, and David are getting
10. HC&S Frontline Supervisor Professional Program
HC&S has requested that we consider a Frontline Supervisor Professional Program. Suzette and flo are working on whether that program will be a credit or non-credit program.
11. Project Ohana
grant received from the Rural Utilities Service is being implemented. It involves lap
are about 30 lap
12. Biennium Budget Timeline
· David distributed copies of the MCC Stocktaking Plan Development Schedule and Timelines. Forms developed by the President were distributed earlier to each administrator. Administrators will work with their constituents to come up with a first draft of what will be coming up in their respective departments for the next eight years that will potentially impact their operation. This document will be used in preparing the biennium budget. David will email timeline to campus.
distributed copies of the FY 2006 CC
Special and Revolving Cash Balance Report.
MauiCC instructional and OCET funds are in
deficit this year. In looking at what
could have been done
· David distributed copies of and summarized the Special and Revolving Funds Financial and Fiscal Control Policy.
· It was noted that each department should keep an excel spreadsheet of expenditures which should be reconciled with FMIS spreadsheet.
Telcom and Maui Phonebook are holding a contest
DCCA hearing in Pa`ina on February 15.