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BOARD OF TRUSTEES RETREAT
SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE/AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Student Activities Building
SW221
6:00 p.m.


I.
Call to Order

II. Strategic Plan Analysis

III.
Adjourn



6:00 p.m. Board/Student Dinner in SU214 East/West


BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SEWARD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE/AREA TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Hobble Academic Building, Board Room
7:30 P.M.

I. Call to Order

II. Approval of Minutes of April 1, 2013


III. Visitor Reports:
A.
Introduction of Visitors
B. Commencement preparation – Donetta Dreitz, Registrar
C. Board of Trustee Comments

IV. Old Business

V. Hearings/Petitions

VI. New Business
A.
Personnel report

B. Program Reviews:
1. Marketing/Admissions Office
2. Nursing Academic Program Review

C. Board planning retreat

D. FY2014 Budget Planning

E. Legislative Report

F. Bids and Quotes:
1. Microbiology Lab Renovation
2. Microbiology Lab Workstations
3. Active Directory Mail Exchange Server Upgrade

VII. College Reports:
A.
Dean Brungardt
B. Dean Rapp
C. Dean Donovan
D. Dean Sander
E. Dr. Dunn

VIII. Bills Pending

IX. Other


X. Executive Session: Employment of professional employees (faculty) for FY2014 and compensation for College employees

XI. Adjourn

The Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Board of Trustees met Monday, May 6, following a student/board dinner. Board Chair Ron Oliver reported that he continues to be impressed with “the quality of our students.”
Overall the board indicated the students are impressed with the quality of instruction and support they receive from SCCC/ATS.
John Engel, board member, reported that the student phonathon raised over $36,000 for scholarships, exceeding its $35,000 goal.
The board approved the program review for the Marketing /Admissions Office, which has increased its social media presence over the past few years through facebook, YouTube, blogging and tweeting.
In addition, the department has implemented an All Saints Days enrollment site, special event registration and online registration forms for athlete recruits.

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