Minutes of Meeting

CABRILLO COLLEGE GOVERNING BOARD

March 3, 2008

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Cabrillo College Governing Board was held at the Sesnon House, Cabrillo Community College District, 6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos, California on Monday,
March 3, 2008.  Chair Claudine Wildman called the meeting to order in Open Session at
4:05 pm.  Roll was taken; present were Chair Claudine Wildman and Trustees Rebecca Garcia, Gary Reece, Rachael Spencer, and Katy Stonebloom.  Absent were Trustees John Leopold and Al Smith, and Student Trustee Jonathan Saad.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to adjust the agenda for the Study Session to move the items regarding the 50% law and the 75/25 ratio to the end.  The motion carried unanimously.

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

STUDY SESSION

 

The Governing Board and administrative staff held an informational study session regarding the State Budget and its potential impact on the Cabrillo College budget, planning parameters and timelines.

 

President King introduced the topic, providing an overview of the many governance group and open town hall meetings that have been held on campus to keep faculty and staff informed as the budget picture evolves.

 

Vice President Ard reviewed and explained the Governor’s January 10th Budget, the reductions to community colleges since then, Cabrillo’s planning process and intent to come to the Board in May with mid-year reductions.  She reviewed community college funding mechanisms, apportionment and FTES, and Cabrillo’s FTES 2005-06 through projections for 2008-09.  Vice President Ard explained the college’s 2008-09 Base Budget Planning Assumptions.

 

Board members asked the following questions and/or made the following points:

 

Chair Wildman: A missing step in the process is to have the Board set the budget goals before CPC sets the strategies.

 

Trustee Stonebloom: Agree to some extent; the main criteria are the same but the Board wants to be part of the dialog.

 

Vice President Ard: Working with a timeline; need to get to Board by May, hope for more discussion time.

 

Trustee Garcia: What does the current scenario look like?

 

Vice President Ard: A $1.5M reduction for 2008-09; the Board will be asked tonight to adopt strategies, timeline and target.

 

Chair Wildman: Request information regarding the cost of programs, those that cover themselves and those that do not.

 

Vice President Ard: Using strategy this time based on one-time funds, buying time while the Governor’s Budget is unknown.  It takes a lot of time to analyze data regarding programs and complete a program service review.

 

Chair Wildman: Not advocating for cutting more expensive programs, just asking to have full information.

 

Vice President Ard reviewed the proposed component allocations for the 2008-09 $1.5M reduction.  She stated that she would develop a list of which programs have their own revenue streams and which rely on Base Budget.  She hoped to report to the Board in April how to achieve the $400K mid-year reduction and in May the $1.5M 2008-09 reduction, and adopt the Preliminary 2008-09 Budget in June, hoping for a June 16th meeting.

 

President King distributed to the Board a Human Resources list of currently open positions.

 

Trustee Stonebloom commented that she kept hearing a “sustainable” question, stating that cuts like these are not sustainable as an institution.  She stated that the college should be clear that energy should be placed on the State budgeting system, as this was happening across K-14.  She added that the funding was not allowing operation in a way congruent with the institution’s purpose, and the college cannot look at cutting programs like nursing versus English.  The information on costs is needed but only to take to the State, not to cut programs.

 

 

STUDY SESSION

 

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION

 

Closed Session items were announced and Chair Wildman asked for public comments on Closed Session items.  There were no public comments.  The meeting was adjourned to Closed Session at 5:02 pm.  Closed Session was adjourned at 5:30 pm.

 

 

ADJOURN TO

CLOSED SESSION

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

Chair Wildman called the Open Session to order at 5:33 pm.  Other board members present were Rebecca Garcia, Gary Reece, Al Smith, Rachael Spencer, Katy Stonebloom, and Student Trustee Jonathan Saad.  Trustee John Leopold was absent.  Also present were members of the community, college faculty, staff and students.

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

 

REPORT OUT OF CLOSED SESSION

 

Chair Wildman stated that there was nothing to report out of Closed Session.

 

 

REPORT OUT OF

CLOSED SESSION

PROCEDURAL ITEMS

 

It was moved and seconded (Spencer/Wildman) to approve the Consent Agenda, including the minutes from the meetings of February 4 and February 6, 2008, as presented.  Chair Wildman stated that she would abstain from voting on Item 3.h. Child Care Developer Fees Loan, due to a potential conflict of interest with her employment.

 

The motion carried with the following roll call vote:

 

AYES:          Garcia, Reece, Smith, Spencer, Stonebloom, Wildman

NOES:          None

ABSENT:      Leopold

ABSTAIN:      Wildman on 3.h.

 

Student Trustee Advisory Vote:  Aye

 

 

APPROVAL OF

CONSENT AGENDA

AND MINUTES

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF NEWLY APPOINTED FACULTY AND STAFF

 

Dean Kathie Welch introduced newly appointed full-time soccer coach and PE instructor Paolo Carbone, previously with Cabrillo for nine years as an adjunct instructor.

 

Director of Maintenance and Operations Joe Nugent introduced new Grounds Maintenance Worker, Christopher Thomas.

 

 

INTRODUCTION OF

 NEWLY APPOINTED

FACULTY AND STAFF

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

Linda Burroughs, President of the Cabrillo College Foundation Board, reported on a proclamation signed by Assembly Members Anna Caballero, John Laird and Senator Joe Simitian, and presented to President King in honor of his efforts on behalf of the Foundation.  She read parts of the proclamation, noting that the Foundation raised $4.2M last year, due in large part to President King’s leadership.

 

Marilyn Garrett addressed the Board regarding the need to protect staff and students from the health hazards of wireless technology and cell towers.

 

Student Senator Will Scott addressed the Board about the students’ need for a space to operate a Bike Cooperative.  He stressed the importance of sustainability to this generation and the need for awareness on all levels, especially transportation.  He reported that he had heard that the new Watsonville building would not be “green” and that local solar companies would not be involved in the solar project.

 

Trustee Spencer requested information on the Bike Cooperative.

 

Student Senate President Marko Realmonte addressed the Board about one of the priorities of the Student Senate, the cost of text books.  He noted that approximately 72% of the cost of a community college education is in texts and the Student Senate is working towards as many ways as possible to lower those costs.  The Student Senate is currently giving $15K to the Library each year to keep every text over $50 on reserve.  Mr. Realmonte explained the Student Senate’s desire to begin a textbook rental program, which would require $20K to start and a commitment by instructors to keep the same text in use for three years.  He appreciated the sensitivity of some teachers using open source texts available on the internet, and hoped that in upcoming class schedules costs of texts could be listed so that students would not be surprised when they showed up for a $60 class that there is a $350 text required.

 

Trustee Garcia commented that this issue is under discussion at other districts and on the Board of Governors’ agenda this month.

 

 

ORAL

COMMUNICATIONS

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION

 

Faculty members Winnie Baer, Cheryl Barkey and Bill Hill presented reports on their 2006-07 Sabbatical Leave projects.

 

Chair Wildman noted that this is one of her favorite annual Board reports, hearing how sabbaticals enrich teaching.

 

 

SPECIAL

PRESENTATION

 

ACTION ITEM

 

Item 7. Agreement to Host Roskilde Business College Delegation

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board authorize the President to enter into an agreement with Roskilde Business College to host their students for a month-long program of educational, cultural and recreational activities, and authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to the fiscal agreement and any future amendments necessary on behalf of the college.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to authorize the President to enter into an agreement with Roskilde Business College to host their students for a month-long program of educational, cultural and recreational activities, and authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute and make all necessary arrangements in relation to the fiscal agreement and any future amendments necessary on behalf of the college.  The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

Vice President Renée Kilmer introduced three special guests from the Roskilde Business College in Denmark, President Jørgen Sloth, and faculty members Ulla Sørensen and
Per Dyring.  Presidents Sloth and King signed the agreement between Roskilde Business College and Cabrillo College.

 

President Sloth thanked the Board and administration for the agreement, noting that Denmark is the happiest nation on the earth and inviting a cross-cultural exchange visit.

 

ACTION ITEM

 

AGREEMENT TO HOST

ROSKILDE BUSINESS

COLLEGE DELEGATION

 

ORAL REPORTS

 

Board Members’ Reports

 

Trustee Katy Stonebloom reported that on February 11th, she had the opportunity to sit in on the first day of the Digital Bridge Academy class, meet the students, and see Dr. Diego Navarro in action.  She signed up for the DBA instructors’ course and expected that it would be fun and instructional.  Trustee Stonebloom recognized President King for his responsiveness in forming the registration and WebAdvisor task forces.

 

Trustee Gary Reece commented that while not everyone was pleased with the outcome of the Prop 92 campaign, it was not for lack of effort.  He recognized the efforts of Trustees Garcia, Leopold and Wildman, and President King, noting that they attended many forums and many college employees put forth a large effort.

 

Trustee Al Smith concurred with Trustee Reece’s comments.  He commented that he was pleased to see Coach Paolo Carbone hired as a full-time instructor, noting that a problem with the placement of stadium supports right next to the soccer field should be dealt with in upcoming facility improvements for health and safety issues.

 

Trustee Rebecca Garcia commented on the good quality of the food served by the new management of food services for the college, noting that Cabrillo’s trustees do not receive any stipend for their efforts on behalf of the college, just a meal.  She reported on her attendance at the ACCT Legislative Summit in February, including a Diversity Committee meeting.  Issues were addressed including the changing demographics of the nation.  Trustee Garcia reported that she was interviewed by the ACCT nominating committee for their Board of Directors and her name will be submitted for election.  Trustee Garcia met with the Legislative Assistant to Congressman Sam Farr and discussed the status of applications for Hispanic Serving Institution, simplifying FAFSA, increasing Pell grants, and the Dream Act.  She also joined Diane Woodruff in speaking to the Legislative Assistant to Congresswoman Barbara Boxer about HSI grants.

 

Chair Wildman reported on her attendance at several Flex Week activities.  She requested that staff look into systems that would not require paper board packets, such as one she heard about called BoardDocs, and report back on how that could work at Cabrillo.

 

ORAL REPORTS

 

BOARD MEMBER REPORTS

 

Student Trustee’s Report

 

Student Trustee Jonathan Saad noted that the two biggest goals for the Student Senate are textbook affordability and campus sustainability, which goes along with the President’s Climate Commitment.  He added that both issues were addressed earlier in the meeting by Will Scott and Marko Realmonte and had Student Senate support.

 

 

STUDENT

TRUSTEE’S

REPORT

 

 

Superintendent’s Report

 

Superintendent/President Brian King stated that while it is always nice to be acknowledged, everyone knows that fundraising is a team effort, and he acknowledged the Executive Director of the Cabrillo College Foundation, Melinda Silverstein and her staff for their work.  He noted that Cabrillo’s response to the ARCC report is completed and the next step is the development of the final report by the Chancellor’s Office.  Cabrillo will use the ARCC to inform the planning process.  President King commented on the success of Cabrillo’s accreditation process as other colleges around the state are struggling and looking at Cabrillo as a model.  He affirmed Cabrillo’s accreditation team for their months of efforts.

 

 

SUPERINTENDENT’S

REPORT

 

CCFT

 

Paul Harvell, CCFT President, reported he heard good feedback regarding the Flex Week activity with the Board and will plan to provide that opportunity again.  He stated that CCFT/District negotiations were going well, with three re-openers.  One issue is settled regarding distance education.

 

 

CCFT

 

Faculty Senate

 

Faculty Senate President Steve Hodges reported there was good faculty involvement in the master planning process.  In speaking with faculty members, he heard there was strong enrollment and many faculty members were able to outreach to their students due to the information now available with online rosters.

 

 

FACULTY SENATE

 

CCEU

 

Jill Gallo substituted for Stephanie Stainback, CCEU President.  Ms. Gallo addressed the Board regarding potential budget cuts and the impact on classified staff.  She noted that CCEU is fully aware of the need to maintain FTES levels, but expressed concern over potential cuts to the Business Services and Student Services components where nearly their entire budget is committed to salaries and benefits for classified staff and management personnel.  Ms. Gallo stated that the union will be asking CPC to consider establishing specific criteria as to what kind of total budget reduction would justify making a shift from percentage cuts across components to actual evaluation of instructional programs. She stated that it was unrealistic to think a budget reduction of over $1M could be achieved by freezing and eliminating classified and management positions.  Ms. Gallo expressed concern regarding the criteria that stated “maintain programs and services”, noting that if the budget is cut, it is unrealistic to expect the same amount of work from fewer people.  She remarked that by the non-issuance of pink slips to instructors, the college had painted itself into a corner where only management and classified staff can be eliminated if the State budget picture continues to worsen. 
Ms. Gallo stated that the union is willing to support reorganization rather than layoffs but would like to know that everything possible is being done in every component to reduce the budget in ways that do not adversely impact staff and services to students.  Ms. Gallo noted that the union wants to work collaboratively with the district to develop reorganization strategies that will best serve students, employees and the college community at large, if it becomes necessary.

 

 

CCEU

 

 

ACTION ITEMS

 

Item 14. Notice of Reemployment/Non-Reemployment of Designated Academic Employees

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board accept the Superintendent/President’s recommendations as presented.

 

It was moved and seconded (Spencer/Reece) to accept the Superintendent/President’s recommendations as presented.  The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

ACTION ITEMS

 

 

Notice of reemployment/ non-reemployment of designated academic employees

Item 15. 2007-08 Mid-Year and 2008-09 Budget Assumptions/Strategies

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board approve the
2007-08/2008-09 Budget Strategies and Assumptions.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Stonebloom) to approve the 2007-08/2008-09 Budget Strategies and Assumptions.  Trustees Reece and Stonebloom agreed to amend the motion to add the word “Preliminary” before “Budget”.  The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

 

2007-08 AND 2008-09

BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS/

STRATEGIES

 

Item 16. Recommended Extension to the Contract of the Superintendent/President

Chair Wildman presented the recommendation that the Governing Board extend the Superintendent/President’s contract by one year (until June 30, 2010), consistent with the terms and conditions of the existing contract.

 

Chair Wildman stated that the Board conducted the President’s evaluation per Board Policy, criteria were met, and goals and objectives were reviewed.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to extend the Superintendent/President’s contract by one year (until June 30, 2010), consistent with the terms and conditions of the existing contract.  The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

 

RECOMMENDED EXTENSION TO THE CONTRACT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT/PRESIDENT

 

Item 17. Award of Contract:  Industrial Technology Education Center (ITEC) Architects

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute an agreement with Kasavan Architects of Salinas, CA for design services for the Industrial Technology Education Center.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Spencer) to authorize the Vice President, Business Services to execute an agreement with Kasavan Architects of Salinas, CA for design services for the Industrial Technology Education Center.  The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

Trustee Garcia asked if the company was women or minority owned.  The response was no.

 

Vice President Ard commented that there was a quick time line on the project.  The project team reviewed the four architects deemed appropriate for the project.

 

Facilities Development Office Director Doug Deaver added that each architect was asked what they could bring to the table as far as being “green”, and that was a significant piece of the decision.

 

 

AWARD OF CONTRACT:

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CENTER ARCHITECTS

 

Item 18. Facilities Master Plan (FMP) Semi-annual Update, Revision and Project Status

President King presented the recommendation that the Governing Board approve the Facilities Master Plan as presented in the report.

 

Trustee Reece commended Vice President Ard and the Facilities Development Office staff for keeping so many balls in the air at the same time, as he heard a comment from a Delta College colleague wondering how Cabrillo has managed such change in such a short time.

 

It was moved and seconded (Reece/Stonebloom) to approve the Facilities Master Plan as presented in the report. The motion carried unanimously (Leopold absent).

 

 

FACILITIES MASTER PLAN

SEMI-ANNUAL UPDATE, REVISION AND

 PROJECT STATUS

 

INFORMATION ITEMS

 

Item 19. Financial Aid and Scholarships Report

A report on Financial Aid and Scholarships was provided for Governing Board information.

 

Vice President Chen introduced the Financial Aid staff.  She stated her pride in their efforts, noting that Cabrillo is second in the region for total overall financial awards only after DeAnza, which has a much larger enrollment.

 

Trustee Spencer stated that she works with the Financial Aid staff through the Foundation and knows they are a committed group of people in getting cash to students.  What she loved about the report was the plan to get even better.  She felt the students were blessed to have such a great Financial Aid Office.

 

Trustee Garcia concurred with Trustee Spencer’s comments and stated that Director Debbie Soria has done an outstanding job.  She noted that at Imperial College, 57% of students complete the FAFSA application; she asked if Ms. Soria could look at what Imperial is doing to encourage students in that area.

 

Vice President Chen noted that a huge portion of the staff’s efforts are not reflected in the report; hours are spent communicating with students that are not documented.

 

Trustee Reece expressed his appreciation for the importance of the work of the department, particularly considering the financial constraints the college will be undergoing.  He noted the importance of keeping the student population up and the Financial Aid Office’s role in helping individual students remain in school.

 

INFORMATION ITEMS

 

 

FINANCIAL AID AND

SCHOLARSHIPS REPORT

 

 

Item 20. Update on Cabrillo Climate Initiative

An update regarding the Cabrillo Climate Initiative was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

President King thanked co-chairs Judy Cassada and Nicole Crane, noting that 20-25 faculty and staff members attended the opening committee meeting during Flex Week.

 

 

UPDATE ON CABRILLO

CLIMATE INITIATIVE

 

Item 21. Go Green Cabrillo College Student Transportation Baseline Survey, Winter 2008

A report regarding the “Go Green” Cabrillo College Student Transportation Baseline Survey was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Vice President May Chen stated that the college is working harder than ever to go green.  Her office got together with Ecology Action, applied for and received a grant from the Monterey Bay Air Pollution Control District, and has administered a baseline survey.  They are working hard to promote alternative transportation. Vice President Chen introduced Piet Canin and Marc Adato from Ecology Action.

 

Mr. Canin defined “going green” for Cabrillo and the promotion for students and faculty.  He thanked Vice President Chen for her leadership and the support of her staff in getting the campaign off the ground.  He reported that over 1500 students had the campaign presented to them, brochures were distributed, a new website was launched, and he looked forward to continuing the campaign.

 

Trustee Spencer asked if there was a way to find an economic incentive to get people out of their cars, such as lowering the cost of the bus pass.

 

Mr. Canin responded that the cost of the bus pass is an issue, but as the cost of driving keeps going up, it is also a disincentive.

 

Trustee Spencer asked for information on how funds could be transferred from parking to the bus pass subsidy.

 

Chair Wildman asked why the Scotts Valley Center was not surveyed.

 

Vice President Chen responded that there were no classes at the Scotts Valley during Wintersession.

 

Chair Wildman commented that she is very committed to keeping the Scotts Valley site on the bus line, and the location transit friendly.

 

Mr. Canin responded that they have information on the Scotts Valley site because of the importance of shortened travel whenever possible.

 

Trustee Reece asked if this report would be submitted to the transit district to share the information for their planning purposes.  He felt it would be important that the transit district know the college is trying to help, and sharing schedules would be important.

 

Vice President Chen responded that she attended the transportation meeting and shared the information.

 

Trustee Stonebloom encouraged making the campus as bicycle friendly as possible.

 

 

GO GREEN CABRILLO COLLEGE STUDENT TRANSPORTATION BASELINE SURVEY,

WINTER 2008

 

Item 22. Matriculation Annual Report

The Matriculation Annual Report was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Trustee Garcia asked what challenges lie before the Matriculation Office.

 

Dean Margery Regalado-Rodriguez responded that matriculation has been around since the 1980s and is the connective tissue that covers all students, but seems invisible.

 

Trustee Stonebloom asked if Dean Regalado-Rodriguez was a member of the WebAdvisor task force.

 

Dean Regalado-Rodriguez responded that she was not, but accessibility is one of the main issues for her office.

 

Chair Wildman asked why there was no assessment available in the Scotts Valley/San Lorenzo Valley area.

 

Dean Regalado-Rodriguez responded that there were no computers set up for assessment in that area.  She added that she could provide pencil and paper assessment, if asked.

 

 

MATRICULATION

ANNUAL REPORT

 

Item 23. Outreach and Recruitment

The annual Outreach and Recruitment report was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Trustee Garcia noted that Cabrillo was present at the Pajaro Valley High School college information night and parents’ night, and wondered if Cabrillo attends the same type of events at other schools.

 

Dean Margery Regalado-Rodriguez responded that it takes a tremendous amount of work and resources to present at those events.  At most schools, Cabrillo does mini-versions.  As this was Pajaro Valley High School’s first senior class, a larger focus was placed on them.  For the rest of the schools, there is a trainers’ component to help with their counselors’ preparation.  For parents’ nights, multiple programs like Financial Aid and the Counseling Department work collaboratively to present what the schools are requesting.

 

President King commented that there is close cross-component collaboration between Instruction and Student Services to provide information and outreach to the high schools.

 

 

OUTREACH AND

RECRUITMENT

 

Item 24. Basic Skills Initiative Update

An update on the Basic Skills Initiative was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

Vice President Kilmer provided an overview of the Basic Skills progress at Cabrillo, noting that Dr. Craig Hayward and Rick Fillman in the PRO developed a way to compare cohorts of students.  Vice President Kilmer introduced Basic Skills Coordinator Diane Putnam to answer any Board questions about the program.  The following points were made:

Faculty training:  funding has stalled; have sent faculty to training in the past and brought them back to share results.  Now, training is made available during Flex Week activities; hope to build into institute activities and rebuild the ability to send faculty to trainings.

Five Year Plan:  currently available in draft form on website; will send out when ready.  After first year of the action plan, it will be reevaluated.

Definition of retention, course success:  Retention, finished but not necessarily well, maybe even an F.  Success, finished with at least a C.  Persistence, going on from one fall to the next in any course.  Progression, going on within the discipline.

 

Ms. Putnam noted that the key to success is being a full-time student and most ESL students are part-time.  She stated that one real need is to encourage more participation.

 

President King thanked Ms. Putnam for her hard work.

 

 

BASIC SKILLS

INITIATIVE UPDATE

 

Item 25. 2006-07 Professional Development Leave Reports

Professional Development Leave Reports for the 2006-07 academic year were provided to the Governing Board under separate cover for information.

 

 

2006-07 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LEAVE REPORTS

 

Item 26. Spring 2008 Flex Week Activities

A report regarding Spring 2008 Flex Week Activities was provided to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

SPRING 2008

 FLEX WEEK ACTIVITIES

Item 27. RT (Radiology Technology) Equipment Grant

Information regarding a Radiology Technology equipment grant application was provided to the Governing Board.

 

 

RT GRANT

 APPLICATION

Item 28. RN Capacity Grant

Information regarding an RN Capacity grant application was provided to the Governing Board.

 

 

RN CAPACITY

GRANT APPLICATION

Item 29. Nursing Program Case Manager Augmentation Grant

Information regarding a Nursing Program Case Manager Augmentation grant application was provided to the Governing Board.

 

 

NURSING PROGRAM

CASE MANAGER AUGMENTATION GRANT APPLICATION

Item 30. Recent Grant Applications Submitted by the Instruction Office

Information regarding recent grant applications submitted by the Instruction Office was provided to the Governing Board.  An application was submitted for a “Concurrent Courses: Pathways to Prosperity” grant.

 

 

RECENT GRANT APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY THE INSTRUCTION OFFICE

Item 31. Technology Plan Implementation Update

An update on the implementation of the Technology Plan was provided for Governing Board information.

 

Associate Vice President Bob Owen reviewed plans for establishment of teams to work on short and long term aspects of WebAdvisor improvements.  He noted that online rosters were added this semester and online grades would be made available soon.  He stated that good progress was being made towards implementation of the Technology Plan.

 

 

TECHNOLOGY PLAN IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE

Item 32. Quarterly Investment Report

The quarterly investment report for the quarter ending December 31, 2007, was presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT

 

Item 33. Financial Reports

Financial reports through January 31, 2008, were presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

FINANCIAL REPORTS

Item 34. Cabrillo College Monthly Calendar

The Cabrillo College Monthly Calendar for March 2008 was presented to the Governing Board for information.

 

 

CABRILLO COLLEGE

MONTHLY CALENDAR

Item 35. Agenda for Next or Future Board Meeting

The following items were requested for information, action or presentations:

• None were mentioned.

 

 

AGENDA FOR

NEXT BOARD MEETING

ADJOURNMENT

The open session of the Cabrillo College Governing Board was adjourned at 7:52 pm.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

                                                                                    Respectfully submitted,

 

                                                                                    Secretary