TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Regular Meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents
Thursday, March
12,
2015
West Campus, I-232
7505 West
41
st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma
3:00 p.m.
MINUTES
I.
ROLL CALL
A.
Roll Call
II.
OLD BUSINESS
A.
Approval
of
the Minutes
of
Regular Meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents
of
Thursday, January 22, 2015
B. Carry Over Items
III.
NEW BUSINESS
A.
Informative Report
1.
TCC in the News
2.
Verbal Report
B.
Academic & Policy Report
I.
Semester Credit Hour
C.
Community Relations Report
D.
Personnel Report
l. Information Items
2.
Consent Agenda
E.
Building & Grounds Report
I. Recommendation Regarding Construction
of
the Riverside Aviation
Center
2.
Recommendation Regarding Sealed Bids for Renovation and
Construction
of
the Philips Auditorium
(MO
RE)
Board Minutes
Page2
March 12,2015
Ill.
NEW
BUSINESS
F. Financial
Repmt
1.
Recommendation Regarding Purchase Item Agreements
a.
Purchase
of
Microcomputers
b.
Purchase
of
Audio Equipment
c.
Purchase
of
Facilities Equipment Repair
d.
Purchase
of
Data Processing Equipment
e.
Purchase
of
Data Processing Software
2. Monthly Financial Report for February 2015
G.
Other
New
Business
H.
Persons Who Desire to Come Before the Board
Any person who desires to come before the Board shall notify the Board
Chairman in writing at least twelve (12) hours before the meeting begins. The
notification must advise the Chairman
of
the nature and subject matter
of
their
remarks. All persons shall be limited to a presentation
of
not more than two
minutes.
I.
Executive Session
[Proposed vote to go into executive session Pursuant to Title 25 Oklahoma
Statutes, Section 307(B)(4), for confidential communications between a public
body and its attorneys concerning pending investigations, claims or actions.]
1.
Litigation and Pending Investigation
a.
Confidential Report by College Legal Counsel
IV. ADJOURNMENT
Next Meeting Date:
The next regular monthly meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents is scheduled for Thursday, April 23, 2015, 3:00 p.m. in Room 617
of
the
Metro Campus, 909 South Boston, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
I. ROLL CALL
March 12, 2015
I. ROLL
CALL
A.
Roll Call
of
the Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents
At
the regular meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents held Thursday,
March 12, 2015,
at
the West Campus, the following attendance was recorded:
William R. McKamey, Chairman
Paul H. Cornell, Vice Chairman
Robin F. Ballenger, Secretary
Martin D. Garber, Jr., Member
Larry D. Leonard, Member
Ronald
S.
Looney, Member
Masoud Moazami, Member
PRESENT
ABSENT
X
X
TOTAL
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman,
TCC
Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
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II. OLD BUSINESS
Approval
of
the Minutes
March 12, 2015
II. Old Business
A.
Approval
of
the Minutes
of
the Regular Meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents
of
Thursday, January 22, 2015
It is the recommendation
of
the administration that the Minutes
of
the meeting
of
the
Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents
of
Thursday, January 22, 2015, be approved
as presented.
attachment
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CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
II.
OLD BUSINESS
Carry Over Items
March 12, 2015
B.
Carry Over Items
There
were no
carry
over
items.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Informative Repo1t
March
12,
2015
III. NEW BUSINESS
A.
Informative Report
I. TCC in the News
The final concerts with two conductor candidates took place in January with Michael
Rossi and Andres Franco. February also saw the successful Valentine's Day Fundraising
Dinner and Conceit.
Following President Obama's proposal
of
free community college, the Tulsa World
published an editorial calling Tulsa Achieves (TA) one
of
the smartest investments this
community has ever made in itself and highlighted that it was a local program and
tailored to meet local needs. Dr. Goodson and members
of
the TCC Board
of
Regents
have received many questions regarding the TA program. This is a locally administered
and locally funded program, and more area schools would like
to
participate.
SeaPerch is a challenge for students to build and use underwater robots. Fomteen
schools competed in this year's event presented by the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance.
KOTV featured the Segway at TCC Southeast Campus and how it helps TCC campus
police respond and patrol the
10
parking lots and 500,000-square feet
of
indoor space.
The American Electric Power Foundation partnered with TCC and the TCC Foundation
for a
$3
million grant for a new Credits Count STEM education program that will benefit
students in Tulsa Public Schools. Stuaii Solomon
of
Public Service Company
of
Oklahoma and Governor Mary Fallin were there for the announcement. Regents Looney,
Garber, and Ballenger attended the presentation. The Tulsa World wrote an editorial in
support
of
this accomplishment.
The TCC Metro Lecture Series recently hosted TCC graduate and Tulsa author Clifton
Taulbe1i where he talked about race relations in America
to
a crowd
of
more than 80.
Regent Moazami is delighted that TCC offers this type
of
series. What happened
recently at the University
of
Oklahoma is troublesome. Racism should not be allowed on
campus and students who promote racism should not be allowed
to
attend government-
run schools. Regent Moazami hopes the other college and university presidents in the
state will offer their support to President Boren.
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of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Informative Report
March
12,
2015
I. TCC in the News ( continued)
Ahead
of
the national Adjunct Walk-Out Day, the Tulsa World did a story about
TCC's
part-time faculty and how they were not going
to
participate in the national campaign.
The administrative team is looking at offering more faculty development opportunities
for adjuncts.
Using the original Broadway set with a few modifications, the TCC Theatre Department
presented the musical comedy "Young Frankenstein." This production was a blend
of
professionals working side-by-side with TCC students. More than 80 cast, crew and
musicians were involved in this production.
TCC Northeast Campus and other community partners hosted Food on the Move, a
project
of
musician Taylor Hanson
to
bring awareness and
to
solve the issue
of
food
deserts and hunger. The goal is
to
have multiple events during the semester. The one
held in February was the kick-off.
TCC student Travis Bramblett, a veteran who suffers from PTSD, shared his story with
the Tulsa World about wanting to quit after one semester and how TCC's Education
Access Center helped him stay in class and succeed. The Education Access Center helps
all students with disabilities and sponsors the Regional Transition Fair to help parents and
students.
Inside Higher Ed featured the Tulsa Achieves program by highlighting the academic
performance and completion rate
of
Tulsa Achieves students as compared to their peers.
The Signature Quartet launched Seedling Symphony in collaboration with
TCC's
West
Campus Child Development Center. The new educational outreach program incorporates
a live performance and movements for children up
to
six years old.
2.
Verbal Report
Eight Tulsa Achieves students participated in Higher Education Day at the Capitol
activities and met with Oklahoma representatives and senators. Regent Garber joined the
students that day. While they were at the Oklahoma Capitol, Dr. Goodson was traveling
to
Washington, DC, for meetings with Oklahoma's congressional delegation.
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of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Informative Report
March
12,
2015
2.
Verbal Report ( continued)
TCC employees raised more than $79,000 for the Tulsa Area United Way campaign and
received the 2014 Bronze Campaign Award. More than 160 employees participated in
Day
of
Caring by volunteering for agencies in the Tulsa metro area.
TCC's
academic bowl team took home nearly $2,500 in scholarship money and the
championship title
of
the Oklahoma Mind Games tournament by defeating Redlands
Community College. The team also placed second in sectional tournament for the
National Academic Quiz Tournaments organization with team captain Jimmie Carter
earning first place individually.
Tulsa Teachers Credit Union presented TCC with a $2,900 check as a result
of
the credit
union's School Pride promotion.
This semester there has been an increase in the number
of
full-time employees taking
classes at TCC with
63
full-time employees up from 57 in the fall and they are taking
more credit hours -- 284 credit hours versus 232 credit hours last semester.
Tulsa Global Alliance, University
of
Tulsa and the Gilcrease Museum was awarded a
Fulbright Enrichment Seminar in April which will feature
55
Fulbright Scholars from
across the country. The theme
of
the seminar is "Old
to
New West: The Role in Shaping
the American Story."
It is quite a distinction that Tulsa was selected as a host city. TCC Professor Steven
Woods will speak to the group about Native American experiences in the West and Dr.
Doug Price will facilitate the closing discussion.
CERTIFICATION:
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of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Ill. NEW BUSINESS
Academic & Policy Report
March 12, 2015
B. Academic & Policy Report
I. Semester Credit Hour
It
is
the recommendation
of
the Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents Academic &
Policy Committee that the policy on Semester Credit Hour be approved as per attached.
Attachment I is the proposed policy.
Attachment 2 is the proposed procedure.
MOTION FROM ACADEMIC & POLICY COMMITTEE FOR APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
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I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Academic & Policy Report
March
12,
2015
1.
Semester Credit Hour ( continued)
Regent Ballenger: This proposed new policy will define the meaning
of
credit hours for short
courses. Short courses are those lasting less than four weeks. The entities that have to agree
on this are the U.S. Department
of
Education, the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the
Oklahoma State Regents, and TCC. This policy has been vetted by a faculty committee. The
highlights
of
the policy are that students may take only one short-term course at a time and
faculty may teach only one short-term course but may ask for an exception,
in
writing,
addressed
to
the chief academic officer.
Regent Moazami: What are the benefits and drawbacks for students enrolled in shmt classes?
Dr. Bill Ivy (special assistant to the president for academic affairs): Short-term classes may
fit better with some students' learning styles, particularly those who prefer to focus on one
course at a time.
It
also depends on the subject matter
of
the course. Science courses with
labs
do
not fall into the short-term category.
Regent Ballenger: Regent Moazami is concerned about knowledge retention for these short-
term classes.
Dr. Goodson: The best outcome
of
approving this policy is that the College will be in
compliance.
Dr. Ivy: These courses have existed, but now we are putting some monitoring in place
to
ensure adequate time is available.
Regent Cornell: The policy is very detailed and specific and calls for a tightening
of
standards.
Regent Garber: I am sure our faculty has reviewed this thoroughly. I did not even know there
was a federal standard and I
do
not know why the federal government is involved
in
setting
these standards. I can understand why the HLC would be involved.
Regent Ballenger: I think this suggestion came in part because
of
the multitude
of
online
courses as well as those offered by proprietary institutions.
Regent Garber: That is a problem, especially when it comes
to
proprietary courses which
do
not comply with any kind
of
standard and are not accredcitated.
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of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Attachment
1
Semester Credit Hour Definition
Tulsa Community College's assignment and award
of
credit hours shall conform to
commonly accepted practices
in
higher education and with the federal definition
of
the
credit hour.
Federal Credit Hour Definition
A credit hour
is
an amount
of
work represented
in
intended learning outcomes and
verified by evidence of student achievement that
is
an institutionally-established
equivalency that reasonably approximates not less than:
(1) one hour
of
classroom or direct faculty instruction and a minimum
of
two
hours of out-of-class student work each week for approximately fifteen weeks for
one semester or trimester hour
of
credit, or ten to twelve weeks for one quarter
hour
of
credit, or the equivalent amount
of
work over a different amount
of
time;
or
(2) at least an equivalent amount
of
work as required
in
paragraph (1)
of
this
definition for other activities as established by an institution, including laboratory
work, internships, practica, studio work, and other academic work leading toward
to the award
of
credit hours. 34CFR 600.2 (11/1/2010)
TCC Short-Term Courses
TCC will offer classes
in
which the duration
of
the class meets the Federal Credit Hour
Definition. For example, a one-credit hour class translates to 16 hours
of
direct faculty
instruction time and a minimum of
32
clock hours
of
out-of-class student work. This
one-credit hour lecture class consisting
of
48 clock hours could reasonably be offered
in
a minimum
of
one week (span
of
seven days). Using the basic definition for a one-credit
hour class, a two-credit hour class could be offered
in
a minimum
of
two weeks (span of
14 days), and a three-credit hour course could be offered
in
a minimum
of
three weeks
(span
of
21
days).
For purposes
of
this policy, a short-term course will be defined as a course less than
four weeks
in
length.
Attachment
2
Semester Credit Hour Definition - Short-Term Course Procedures
These procedures support the Board policy related to Semester Credit Hours
in
compliance with the Federal Credit Hour Definition.
Student Enrollment
in
Short-Term Courses
Due to the demands of
an
accelerated format, students will be limited to enrollment
in
one short-term course for the duration of that short-term course. Students may appeal
to TCC's Chief Academic Officer or his/her designee for
an
exception to this policy.
Faculty Assigned to Teach Short-term Courses
Faculty assigned to teach a short-term course will follow the same guidelines as given
for students, so that faculty will have adequate time to (a) prepare and deliver
instruction, (b) provide assistance to students, and (c) assess student work. Faculty will
be limited to teaching only one short-term course for the duration of that short-term
course. Faculty may apply for a policy exception to offer and teach more than one
short-term course simultaneously to TCC's Chief Academic Officer or his/her designee.
Faculty Requests for Policy Exceptions
Exception: Faculty may apply for a policy exception to offer and teach a short-term
course less than four weeks
in
duration to TCC's Chief Academic Officer or his/her
designee.
With the approval of the campus Associate Dean and Provost, the faculty member will
submit a request with supporting documentation to TCC's Chief Academic Officer a
minimum of two months prior to master course schedule submission date. The faculty
member will prepare and submit documentation including:
1.
rationale for why
an
exception to policy
is
necessary;
2.
course syllabus with specific details demonstrating how the content and
rigor of the proposed courses are the same ( or better) as the same
courses offered
in
a longer format; and
3.
methods for course delivery and implementation with rationale/research
supporting these methods as best practices.
The Chief Academic Officer will appoint
an ad
hoc committee including a minimum of
three (four maximum) faculty and two administrators representative of that discipline or
program to review the request. The committee will evaluate the request, and prepare a
written summary rationale including the recommendation to the Chief Academic Officer.
The Chief Academic Officer will approve or disapprove the recommendation, and will
maintain permanent records of exception requests and all related documentation. If the
short-term course exception
is
approved, the faculty member who proposed the courses
will be expected to teach the courses.
The process must be repeated for each semester a faculty would like to apply for
an
exception to policy.
If
the simultaneous teaching of multiple specific short-term courses
has been previously approved within the current academic year, the Chief Academic
Officer has the discretion to approve or disapprove the request without repeating the
ad
hoc committee review process.
Exception:
Faculty may apply for a policy exception to simultaneously teach more than one short-
term at the same time to TCC's Chief Academic Officer or his/her designee.
With the approval of the campus Associate Dean and Provost, the faculty member will
submit a request with supporting documentation to TCC's Chief Academic Officer a
minimum of two months prior to master course schedule submission date. The faculty
member will prepare and submit documentation including:
1.
a rationale for why
an
exception to policy
is
necessary;
2.
methods describing how adequate time will be set aside to (a) prepare and
deliver instruction, (b) provide assistance to students, and (c) assess student
work for multiple short-term courses at the same time.
The Chief Academic Officer has the discretion to approve or disapprove the request.
Student Requests for Policy Exceptions
Any student who wishes to enroll
in
a short-term course which will overlap another short
term course during the same time period, must petition to have the additional enrollment
approved by submitting the following documentation to Enrollment Services to the start
date of the additional course:
1.
Completed "Short Term Course Petition" form.
2.
Supporting statement explaining the need for the additional enrollment and the
student's plan to be successful
in
each course.
Enrollment Services will forward the documentation to the appropriate Associate Dean
and Provost on the campus where the additional course
is
scheduled for their review
and recommendation. The Associate Dean and Provost will forward their
recommendation, along with supporting documentation, to the Chief Academic Officer
or his/her designee who will make the final decision regarding the student's petition.
The Chief Academic Officer will return the documentation to the Associate Dean's
office. The Associate Dean
is
responsible for notifying the student of the final decision
and will forward the documentation to Enrollment Services to archive and to process the
additional enrollment if approved.
This process must be repeated for each semester a student would like to appeal the
short term enrollment policy.
III. NEW BUSINESS
Community Relations Report
March 12, 2015
C.
Community Relations Rep01i
Regent Garber: I took a group
of
students
to
the Capitol during Higher Education Day.
We tried
to
meet with most
of
our elective representatives from the Tulsa area plus a few
others. Our two messages were about the budget and no guns on campus. Two days ago
we had a Senate committee meeting on the budget which Dr. Goodson will elaborate on.
The Governor was talking about a flat budget for higher education where the expected
deficit was $300 million. The deficit is now $611 million. The chairman
of
the
appropriations committee is my representative and I see him often. He says we must fix
this under our constitution. The question is how will they fix it. When it was $300
million they were discussing five or six percent reductions for all the agencies that were
not protected, but now they are saying that no one is protected. TCC submitted some
budget reduction scenarios to the State Regents. They have not said they will reduce
funds for higher education yet, but they are expecting a higher budget shortfall. Most
of
the Senate committees have eight or ten people, but the Senate Appropriations
Committee consists
of
the entire Senate.
Dr. Goodson: The Senate Appropriations Committee is chaired by Senator Clark Jolley
of
Edmond and the subcommittee chair for education is Senator John Ford who is Regent
Garber's senator. The Chancellor and his fiscal officer Amanda Paliotta attended the
budget hearing and had to answer very specific questions about how higher education
spends its money. We were asked to advise the Chancellor what specific budget cuts
would mean to the College. Mr. Shane Netherton, chief financial officer, and a team
worked on this proposal. We will have
to
make careful and more strategic decisions as
we move forward. We will focus on increasing enrollment and improving our retention
rate. This will be more obvious from our Strategic Plan now posted on the Web for
comments. We will present the Strategic Plan
to
the Board for approval in April.
Regent Garber: I believe we have a strong message because we are helping students. We
can make a strong case for our budget since over the past
IO
to
15
years it has decreased
at the state level. Members
of
the legislature have questions about the research schools,
OU and OSU and the four-year universities, but not specifically about TCC. Our
missions are entirely different and our budgets dictate the difference. The OU and OSU,
foundations can raise in excess
of
a billion dollars so legislators are wondering why they
need all the money they have. OU and OSU are pumping a great deal
of
money into
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of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
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of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Community Relations Repoti
March
12,
2015
C.
Community Relations Report ( continued)
scholarships, just like TCC. There is a great deal
of
misunderstanding about the higher
education system. We need to continue to visit with our legislators and this will help us
in the long run.
Ms. Lauren Brookey, vice president for external affairs, presented a photograph
to
Mr.
Garber
of
him and his group
of
students when they attended Higher Education Day.
Regent Moazami: We must also understand where the lawmakers are coming from. We
have
to
make the effort. We must get our graduation rates up. Higher education is an
investment and we want to make sure people know
it
is a wise investment. We raise
tuition every year, but we must make sure the students are getting an exceptional
education.
Chairman McKamey: When we take students to the Capitol, we are demonstrating to
them how to become civically engaged.
Regent Leonard: I have served on this Board for
13
years and have voted on every
proposed tuition increase and have never voted for an arbitrary tuition increase. I have
listened to management and costs are not static. The amount
of
funds the College
receives has diminished every year that I have been here. I think the College has been
exemplary in managing this institution and that we propose the most reasonable tuition
increases in the state. I think we should
be
applauded.
CERTIFICATION:
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of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Personnel Report
March
12,
2015
D.
Personnel Report
1.
Information Items
Dr, Goodson: The personnel report is different beginning this month. We are moving to
more
of
a consent agenda. Personnel is now one agenda item, but I will present some
highlights. The addendum that is attached to the board agenda will give you the details
of
retirements, employment, sabbaticals, etc. Miss Patti Smith, assistant professor
of
biology, West Campus, and Ms. Nancy Vitali, associate professor
of
nursing, Metro
Campus are requesting approval for Sabbaticals. Ms. Smith's sabbatical will be spent in
Taos New Mexico, and her course
of
study will
be
TCC in Taos: High Impact Learning
through Research, Service Learning,
and
Global Experiences. Ms. Vitali's course
of
study is entitled Connecting Caring Science, QSEN, Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry,
and
Faculty Experience (){Teaching.from the Heart in Colorado.
Dr. Cindy Hess has been appointed as the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Mr. Andres Franco has been selected as the new Artistic Director and Conductor
of
the
Signature Symphony. Mr. Franco distinguished himself as an exceptional candidate for
this position throughout the extensive search and selection process.
His two performances with the orchestra, first with a flawless classical concert last
October and more recently with a record-breaking Pops concert in Febrnary, showcased
his extraordinary abilities as a musician, conductor and artistic director.
He currently serves as Principal Conductor
of
Caminos
de!
Inka, a highly successful
multimedia project dedicated
to
preserving the musical legacy
of
the Americas. He also
serves as Artistic Director
of
the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's Concerts in the
Garden Summer Festival.
Mr. Franco is committed to the education
of
young musicians and serves as Conductor
of
the Fort Worth Youth Philharmonic. He has also worked with the Eastern Washington
University, University
of
Kansas and Texas Christian University symphony orchestras.
His vision for music education outreach clearly complements the Signature Symphony at
TCC Higher Scale Music Outreach Program.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Ill. NEW BUSINESS
Personnel Repo1i
March 12, 2015
1.
Information Items
He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Piano Performance from his native Columbia. And two
masters degrees from Texas Christian University, one in Piano Performance and one in
Conducting. He is currently working to complete a doctorate in conducting from the
University
of
Kansas.
There is a lengthy list
of
retirements including Norma Rodgers, assistant to the president
and CEO.
Regent Garber: Another retiree is Mr. Tony Alonso, dean
of
diversity and civic
engagement. In his role as dean he has increased minority enrollment from eight percent
to well over 30 percent. I congratulate Mr. Alonso
on
a
job
well done.
Regent Moazami: Can we separate out items to be voted upon? The Signature
Symphony represents something that I do not believe a two-year college should offer,
therefore I will vote no. I greatly admire Mr. Franco's work and this is not a reflection
on
his reputation and talent.
Chairman McKamey: The motion
is
for the entire consent agenda.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Ill. NEW BUSINESS
Personnel Report
March
12,
2015
2.
Consent Agenda
President Goodson recommends consent from the Board
of
Regents on the following
items:
APPOINTMENTS
Appointments
of
Full-time Faculty and Full-time Professional at pay grade
18
and above
made since the last meeting
of
the Board
of
Regents
of
Tulsa Community College. See
Addendum for the list
of
appointments.
RETIREMENTS
Retirements
of
Full-time Faculty and Professional employees submitted since the last
meeting
of
the Board
of
Regents
of
Tulsa Community College. See Addendum for the
list
of
retirements.
( continued next page) MOTION:
LOONEY
SECOND:
CQRNEU,
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
YES NO OTHER
MCKAMEY
X
CORNELL
--"-
BALLENGER
--"-
GARBER
--"-
LEONARD
--"-
LOONEY
--"-
MOAZAMI
--"-
TOTALS _
6_
_1
_
MOTION CARRIED
--"-
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Personnel Report
March 12, 2015
2.
Consent Agenda ( continued)
RESIGNATIONS
Resignations
of
Full-time Faculty and Professional employees submitted since the last
meeting
of
the Board
of
Regents
of
Tulsa Community College. See Addendum for the
list
of
resignations.
SABBATICALS
Sabbaticals reviewed and recommended by the appointed committee, that meet the
criteria as stated
in
the Sabbatical Procedures. See Addendum for the list
of
recommended sabbaticals.
addendum
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
ADDENDUM FOR PERSONNEL CONSENT ITEMS:
APPOINTMENTS:
Artistic Director Performing Arts, Performing Arts Center for Education, Southeast Campus
Appointment Date: March 13, 2015 Salary $80,000.00
Cynthia Hess, Senior Vice President and
Chief
Academic Officer, Academic Affairs, Conference Center
Appointment date: April
1,
2015 Salary: $190,000.00
Jennifer
Ivie,
Director
institutional
Research
& Assessment,
Conference
Center
Appointment Date: May
1,
2015 Salary: $78,000.00
Theodore Ward, Assistant Professor Computer Information Systems, Business & Information Technology,
Metro Campus
Appointment Date: August 12, 2015 Salary: $56,758.00
Sallie Fulsom Wright,
Chief
Technology Officer, Information Services, Metro Campus
Appointment Date: May
1,
2015 Salary: $110,000.00
RETIREMENTS:
Antonio Alonso, Dean Diversity and Civic Engagement, Date: April I, 2015
Academic Affairs, Conference Center
Phoebe Baker, Associate Professor
of
Psychology, Liberal Date: August I, 2015
Arts, Southeast Campus
Virginia Bellows, Associate Professor
of
History, Liberal Date: August I, 2015
Arts, Metro Campus
Rosemary
S.
Carlson, Associate Professor
of
Chemistry, Date: June I, 2015
Science & Mathematics, West Campus
Virginia (Ginny) Davis, Assistant Professor,
Date: June
1,
2015
Developmental Reading, West Campus
Mike Dinneen, Associate Professor
of
Political Science, Date: August I, 2015
Liberal Arts/Community Service, N01theast Campus
Brirbara
A.
Ferguson,
Academic
Division
AdministratOJ\
Date: August
1,
20 J
.5
Performing Arts, Southeast Campus
Wanda Holmes, Upward Bound Program Director, Date: June
1,
2015
Upward Bound, Nmtheast Campus
Cheryl Hughes, Associate Professor Humanities and Date: August I, 2015
Religious Studies, Liberal A1ts, Metro Campus
Gwenn
Hurlbut,
Associate Professor
of
Nursing,
Nursing Services, Metro Campus
Benedict
J.
(Rusty) Middleton lll, Associate Professor,
Radiography, Allied Health, Metro Campus
Jimmy
O'Mealey, Associate
Professor,
General
Business,
Business and Information Technology, West Campus
Ricky
Roach,
Dean
High
School Relations,
Academic Affairs, Northeast Campus
Norma Rodgers, Assistant to President
& CEO, Office
of
the President, Conference Center
Mary Ellen Sullivan, Associate Professor
of
Nursing,
Nursing Services, Southeast Campus
Angela
L. Summers, Associate Professor
of
Nursing,
Nursing Services, Southeast Campus
Virginia Tenil, Assistant
Professor,
Nursing,
Nursing Services, Metro Campus
Jim Tripplehorn, Assistant Professor, Allied Health,
Respiratory Therapy, Metro Campus
Marva Volk, Associate Professor
of
Biology,
Science and Mathematics, Southeast Campus
Nancy Walker, Assistant Professor
of
Nursing,
Nursing Services,
Metro
Campus
RESIGNATIONS:
Jennifer Freeman, Academic Counselor, Student
Development, Metro Campus
SABBATICALS:
Patty Smith, Assistant Professor
of
Biology, Science and
Mathematics, West Campus
Proposal:
Date:
Julyl,2015
Date: August
1,
2015
Date: August
1,
2015
Date: August
1,
2015
Date: August
1,
2015
Date: July
1,
2015
Date: July
1,
2015
Date: July
1,
2015
Date: August
1,
2015
Date: July
1,
2015
Date: July
1,
2015
Date: January 30, 2015
Date
of
Leave: 2015 Fall Semester
TCC
in
Taos: Research, Service Learning and Global Experiences
Nancy Vitali, Associate Professor ofNursing, Nursing Date
of
Leave: 2015 Fall Semester
Services, Metro Campus
Proposal:
Connecting Caring Science, QSEN, Arts-Informed Narrative Inquiry, and Faculty Experience
of
Teaching from the Heart
Ill.
NEW
BUSINESS
Building & Grounds Report
March 12, 2015
E.
Building & Grounds Report
1.
Recommendation Regarding Construction
of
the Riverside Aviation Center
In accordance with State statutes for bidding, Flintco solicited bids from sub-contractors
for construction
of
the Riverside Aviation Center per bid specifications and plans
developed
by
GHZ Architects.
After careful consideration and evaluation
of
the bids
by
Flintco, and subsequently Tulsa
Community College, it is the recommendation
of
the Construction Committee to enter
into a guaranteed maximum price contract in the amount of$3,770,528.00.
MOTION
FROM
CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE FORAPPROV AL
NO
SECOND NEEDED
ROLL
CALL
VOTE:
NAME
OF
REGENT
YES
NO
OTHER
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
abstain
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
_6_
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary,
TCC
Board
of
Regents
1
III. NEW BUSINESS
Building
& Grounds Report
March
12,
2015
1.
Recommendation Regarding Construction
of
the Riverside
Aviation Center ( continued)
Regent Garber: The Construction Committee has been working with the architects and
we have successfully bid all the projects and are well within our agreed-upon budget.
Our Aviation program and program for air traffic controllers are among our most
successful. We have been renting space at Tulsa Technology Center but they can
no
longer accommodate us, so we are moving all
of
our programs into our new facility.
Regent Looney: TCC owns nine airplanes and there is
no
place to park them in bad
weather.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Building & Grounds
Repmt
March 12, 2015
2. Recommendation Regarding Sealed Bids for Renovation
and Construction
of
the Philips Auditorium
On Monday, March 2, 2015, bids were received from four (4) contractors for the
furnishing
of
all labor and materials for the renovation and construction
of
the Philips
Auditorium
per
bid specifications and plans developed
by
Selser Schaefer Architects.
After careful consideration and evaluation
of
the bids
by
the Construction Committee, it
is the recommendation to the Regents that the bid
of
$366,800 from Magnum
Construction, Inc., 2501 North Hemlock Court, Broken Arrow, 74012,
be
accepted. With
the contingency
of5%,
the total contract amount is $385,140.
It
is further recommended that the College administration
be
authorized to proceed with a
contract with Magnum Construction.
MOTION FROM CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE
FOR
AP
PROV
AL
NO
SECOND NEEDED
ROLL
CALL
VOTE:
NAME
OF
REGENT YES
NO
OTHER
MCKAMEY
_K_
CORNELL
_K_
BALLENGER
_K_
GARBER
_K_
LEONARD
_K_
LOONEY
_K_
MOAZAMI
_K_
TOTALS
_7_
MOTION CARRIED
_K_
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman,
TCC
Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Building & Grounds Report
March
12,
2015
2.
Recommendation Regarding Sealed Bids for Renovation and
Construction
of
the Philips Auditorium (continued)
Regent Garber: We are changing the auditorium
to
make it more serviceable. It is being
redesigned so that all
of
our medical students can participate more freely. This is being
completely funded by St. Francis Hospital. Approximately
25
percent
of
our students are
in the healthcare area.
Regent Leonard: The donation from St. Francis was solely based on TCC's outstanding
nursing program.
Regent Garber: The Fire Training Center is progressing. The proposed completion date
is May
1.
This will be an amazing project. The Department
of
Homeland Security has a
wonderful facility on the property. This is a joint $14 million project with the City
of
Tulsa. Firemen in Tulsa are required to have 350 hours
of
training every year.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Ill. NEW BUSINESS
Financial Report
March
12,
2015
F.
Financial Report
1.
Recommendation Regarding Purchase Item Agreements
a.
Purchase
of
Microcomputers
Authorization is requested to enter into a contract for the purchase
of
microcomputers for the
Northeast Campus advanced manufacturing program. This purchase consists
of
thirty (30) each
Hewlett Packard laptop computers and two (2) each laptop charging caits.
The Finance Committee recommends award
of
the contract to Government Connection in the
amount of$33,952.82 under Educational and Institutional Cooperative consortium contract No.
CNR0l 141. The purchase will be funded by the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community
College and Cai·eer Training grant (TAACCCT).
Regent Cornell: All purchases were reviewed this afternoon at the Finance Committee meeting.
The purchase item originally stated that this purchase was for the West Campus, but it is for the
Northeast Campus.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES NO OTHER
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III.
NEW
BUSINESS
Financial Report
March 12, 2015
b.
Purchase
of
Audio Equipment
Authorization is requested to enter into a contract for the purchase
of
audio equipment for the
Metro Campus Board
of
Regents meeting room and the Philips auditoriw11.
The Finance Committee recommends award
of
the contract to Ford Audio-Video Systems, LLC
in the amount
of
$260,882, under State
of
Oklahoma Contract No.
ITSWl
021.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES
_x_
__K__
__K__
__K__
__K__
X
__K__
7
_z_
NO
OTHER
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III.
NEW
BUSINESS
Financial Report
March 12, 2015
c.
Purchase
of
Facilities Equipment Repair
Authorization
is
requested to enter into a contract for the purchase
of
facilities equipment repair
for Northeast Campus. This purchase consists
of
piping for heating and chilling water at the
campus. This purchase was formally bid by three (3) vendors, and selection was made on the
basis
of
the best and lowest bid meeting specifications.
C-It-All Plumbing $ 55,050.00
Northern Equipment $ 87,092.42
OCE Mechanical $89,910.00
The Finance Committee recommends award
of
the contract to C-It-All Plumbing in the amount
of
$55,050.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE
FOR
APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES
_x_
_x_
_x_
_x_
_x_
_x_
_x_
_]__
_K__
NO
OTHER
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Financial Report
March 12, 2015
d.
Purchase
of
Data Processing Equipment
Authorization is requested to enter into a contract for the purchase
of
data processing equipment
for all campuses. This purchase consists
of
new wireless hardware and software infrastructure
to
suppmi the increased number
of
wireless devices at the College.
The Finance Committee recommends award
of
the contract
to
ISG Technology in the amount
of
$209,804, which is priced below the competitively bid contract under the Educational and
Institutional Cooperative consortium contract No. CNR-01141.
Regent Cornell: We have migrated from students having one electronic device to several.
Accordingly, the College wants to be able to offer the technology
to
support these devices. The
price has come down substantially from seven years ago.
Chairman McKamey: This purchase comes from comments we have received from students in
developing the new strategic plan. These are shortcomings the students noted.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES NO OTHER
X
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III.
NEW BUSINESS
Financial Report
March 12,2015
e.
Purchase
of
Data Processing Software
Authorization
is
requested to enter into a contract for the purchase
of
data processing software
for all campuses. This purchase consists
of
Degree Works software, a module companion
to
Banner ERP systems.
The Finance Committee recommends award
of
the contract
to
Ellucian Company LP in the
amount
of
$216,855, under RFP TCC Administrative Information
System-2007,
approved
by
the TCC Board
of
Regents May 9, 2007.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE FOR APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME
OF
REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES
-"'-
_x_
_x_
_;x:_
_x_
_
_K._
_x_
_7_
,_½,_
NO OTHER
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
--
III. NEW BUSINESS
Financial Report
March
12,
2015
2.
Monthly Financial Report for February 2015
Attached is the monthly financial report for February 2015.
It
is recommended by the
Finance Committee that
it
be approved as presented.
Regent Cornell: The numbers for the financial rep01t are coming in more consistent this year
over last year. The report was reviewed in the Finance Committee meeting and approved.
Regent Moazami:
It
is wonderful we are meeting the budget, but it is because we are using our
cash reserves and raising tuition. There are some programs we are offering that should not be
offered at the two-year college level. We are in the business ofrecruiting and training
individuals for the workplace.
MOTION FROM FINANCE COMMITTEE
FOR
APPROVAL
NO SECOND NEEDED
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
YES
X
X
-2L
X
_x_
_,L
_,L
_7_
_,L
NO OTHER
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community College
Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
FINANCIAL
REPORT
MONTH
ENDING
FEBRUARY
2015
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
SCHEDULE
A:
Revenue
and
Expenditures
Comparison
Educational
&
General
SCHEDULE
B:
Expenditure
Summary
by
Category
SCHEDULE
E:
Statement
of
Revenue,
Expenditures
and
Campus
Store
Equity
SCHEDULE
A
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
STATEMENT
OF
REVENUE
AND
EXPENDITURES
COMPARISON
FOR
THE
PERIOD
ENDING
FEBRUARY
28, 2015 AND
FEBRUARY
28, 2014
Revenue
Education
& General
State Appropriations
Revolving Fund
Resident Tuition
Non-Resident Tuition
Student
Fees
Local Appropriations
Total
$
$
FEBRUARY
FY15
Budget Year to date
37,689,803
$
27,793,200
2,520,429 2,660,646
29,552,922 24,507,968
2,473,585
2,247,201
6,334,074
5,240,468
36,912,149 14,300,000
115,482,962
$
76,749,484
Percent of
Budget
73.7%
105.6%
82.9%
90.8%
82.7%
38.7%
66.5%
$
$
FEBRUARY
FY14
Budget Year
to
date
37,643,417
$
28,269,296
2,130,561 3,657,604
27,799,472 23,066,976
2,644,327 2,060,151
6,617,534 5,449,946
40,325,073 14,300,000
117,160,384
$
76,803,972
Percent of
Budget
75.1%
171.7%
83.0%
77.9%
82.4%
35.5%
65.6%
$
$
$
Change
(476,096)
(996,957)
1,440,992
187,051
(209,478)
0
(54,488)
Percent
Change
-1.7%
-27.3%
6.2%
9.1%
-3.8%
0.0%
-0.1%
Auxiliary Enterprises
Campus Store
Student Activities
Other
Auxiliary Enterprises
Total
$
$
9,350,000
2,574,681
7,773,913
19,698,594
$
7,480,540
2,059,719
3,520,291
$
13,060,550
80.0%
80.0%
45.3%
66.3%
$
$
10,801,000
2,678,052
4,650,889
18,129,941
$
8,111,132
2,178,303
3,440,603
$
13,730,038
75.1%
81.3%
74.0%
75.7%
$
$
(630,592)
(118,584)
79,688
(669,488)
-7.8%
-5.4%
2.3%
-4.9%
Restricted
Institutional Grants
State Student Grants
Total
$
7,947,090
3,763,651
$
11,710,741
$
$
4,672,414
2,674,988
7,347,402
58.8%
71.1%
62.7%
$
7,029,961
3,158,388
$
10,188,349
$
$
4,568,382
1,873,490
6,441,872
65.0%
59.3%
63.2%
$
$
104,032
801,498
905,530
2.3%
42.8%
14.1%
TOTAL
REVENUE
$146,892,297 $97,157,435 66.1%
$145,478,674 $96,975,881 66.7%
$
181,554
0.2%
Expenditures
Education
& General
Instruction
Public Service
Academic Support
Student Services
Institutional Support
Operation/
Maintenance
of
Plant
Tuition Waivers
Scholarships
Total
$
55,636,690
1,886,885
10,290,476
13,141,064
14,601,306
14,695,247
3,261,600
4,294,440
$
117,807,708
$
$
31,509,559
560,291
5,033,196
8,330,903
9,477,751
11,015,415
2,950,367
3,676,946
72,554,428
56.6%
29.7%
48.9%
63.4%
64.9%
75.0%
90.5%
85.6%
61.6%
$
56,130,668
1,332,431
10,209,693
13,091,171
14,183,285
15,263,136
3,000,000
3,950,000
$
117,160,384
$
$
32,538,508
598,262
5,393,658
8,636,825
9,356,057
10,080,819
2,591,340
3,351,466
72,546,936
58.0%
44.9%
52.8%
66.0%
66.0%
66.0%
86.4%
84.8%
61.9%
$
$
(1,028,949)
(37,971)
(360,463)
(305,922)
121,694
934,596
359,027
325,480
7,492
-3.2%
-6.3%
-6.7%
-3.5%
1.3%
9.3%
13.9%
9.7%
0.0%
Auxiliary Enterprises
Campus Store
$
8,498,821
$
7,532,363 88.6%
$
9,686,154
$
7,446,441 76.9%
$
85,923
1.2%
Student Activities
2,786,430 1,594,345 57.2% 2,820,442 1,634,440
57.9% (40,095) -2.5%
Other Auxiliary Enterprises 10,133,554
4,121,810 40.7% 8,437,562 4,484,806 53.2% (362,996)
-8.1%
Total
$
21,418,805
$
13,248,518 61.9%
$
20,944,158
$
13,565,687 64.8%
$
(317,169)
-2.3%
Restricted
Institutional Grants
State Student Grants
Total
$
$
7,947,090
3,763,651
11,710,741
$
$
4,669,274
3,484,629
8,153,903
58.8%
92.6%
69.6%
$
$
7,029,961
3,158,388
10,188,349
$
$
4,316,159
2,489,550
6,805,709
61.4%
78.8%
66.8%
$
$
353,115
995,079
1,348,194
8.2%
40.0%
19.8%
TOTAL
EXPENDITURES
$
150,937,254
$
93,956,849 62.2%
$
148,292,891
$
92,918,331 62.7%
$
1,038,518
1.1%
SCHEDULE
B
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
BY
CATEGORY
FOR
THE
PERIOD
ENDING
FEBRUARY
28, 2015 AND
FEBRUARY
28, 2014
FEBRUARY
FY15
FEBRUARY
FY14
Percent of
Percent of
Percent
Budget
Year to date Budget
Budget Year
to
date Budget
$
Change
Change
EDUCATION
AND
GENERAL
Salaries & Wages
Faculty
$
18,693,488
$
10,745,933
57.5%
$
18,381,860
$
10,608,983 57.7%
$
136,950
1.3%
Adjunct Faculty
13,220,130 7,298,424
55.2% 13,857,240
7,843,595 56.6%
{545,171)
-7.0%
Professional
12,544,963 7,831,497
62.4% 11,941,487 7,811,848
65.4% 19,649
0.3%
Classified Exempt 4,302,724
2,734,794
63.6% 4,214,796 2,638,404
62.6% 96,390
3.7%
Classified Hourly
15,438,720
9,278,014 60.1% 15,128,169
9,493,293 62.8%
{215,279)
-2.3%
TOTAL
$
64,200,025
$
37,888,662
59.0%
$
63,523,552
$
38,396,123
60.4%
$
{507,461)
-1.3%
Staff Benefits
$
22,763,194
$
13,627,054
59.9%
$
22,624,166
$
13,731,912 60.7% {104,858)
-0.8%
Professional Services 3,749,510
1,366,146
36.4% 3,269,523 1,775,468
54.3%
{409,323)
-23.1%
Operating Services
13,066,210
9,151,334 70.0% 14,020,347
8,369,159 59.7%
782,175
9.3%
Supplies and Materials
1,917,792
867,640 45.2% 1,917,792 1,022,098
53.3%
{154,459)
-15.1%
Travel
779,479 365,794
46.9% 750,417 306,315
40.8% 59,478
19.4%
Utilities 2,035,000
1,215,132 59.7%
1,750,000 1,130,777
64.6%
84,355
7.5%
Tuition Waivers
3,261,600 2,950,367
90.5% 3,000,000
2,591,340 86.4%
359,027 13.9%
Scholarships 4,294,440
3,676,946
85.6%
3,950,000 3,351,466
84.8% 325,480
9.7%
Furniture & Equipment
TOTAL
1,740,458
$
117,807,708
$
1,445,353
72,554,428
83.0%
61.6%
2,354,587
$
117,160,384
$
1,872,276
72,546,936
79.5%
61.9%
$
{426,923)
7,492
-22.8%
0.0%
SCHEDULE
8
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE
EXPENDITURE
SUMMARY
BY
CATEGORY
FOR
THE
PERIOD
ENDING
FEBRUARY
28, 2015 AND
FEBRUARY
28, 2014
Budget
FEBRUARY
FYlS
Year to date
Percent of
Budget Budget
FEBRUARY
FY14
Vear to date
Percent of
Budget
$
Change
Percent
Change
CAMPUS
STORE
Salaries & Wages
Professional
& Classified Exempt
$
300,089
$
201,329
67.1%
$
326,080
$
229,453 70.4%
$
(28,124)
-12.3%
Classified
Hourly
726,640 393,629
54.2% 768,412
446,727
58.1% (53,098)
-11.9%
Total Salaries & Wages
$
1,026,729
$
594,958
57.9%
$
1,094,492
$
676,180 61.8%
$
(81,222)
-12.0%
Staff
Benefits
$
342,592
$
201,387
58.8%
$
369,942
$
212,758 57.5%
$
(11,371)
-5.3%
Professional Services
0.0%
34,372 0.0% (34,372)
-100.0%
Operating
Services
352,500
54,792 15.5%
210,000 98,253
46.8% (43,461)
-44.2%
Supplies and
Materials
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Travel
5,000
2,171 43.4%
2,657 0.0%
(486) -18.3%
Utilities
40,000
16,877 42.2%
40,000 15,705
39.3%
1,172
7.5%
Items
for
Resale - Campus Store
6,732,000
6,656,994
98.9% 7,971,720
6,406,515
80.4% 250,480
3.9%
Furniture
& Equipment
5,184
0.0%
0.0%
5,184
100.0%
TOTAL
$
8,498,821
$
7,532,363
88.6%
$
9,686,154
$
7,446,441 76.9%
$
85,923
1.2%
STUDENT
ACTIVITIES
Salaries & Wages
Professional
$
628,529
$
372,589
59.3%
$
613,809
$
417,082 67.9%
$
(44,493)
-10.7%
Classified
Hourly
829,398
456,316 55.0%
881,492 466,149
52.9%
(9,833) -2.1%
Total Salaries & Wages
$
1,457,927
$
828,905
56.9%
$
1,495,301
$
883,232
59.1%
$
(54,326)
-6.2%
Staff
Benefits
$
535,678
$
330,362 61.7%
$
565,573
$
349,536 61.8%
$
(19,174)
-5.5%
Professional Services
91,900 16,115
17.5%
57,500 21,434
37.3% (5,319)
-24.8%
Operating Services
218,602
141,649
64.8% 256,526
104,244 40.6%
37,405
35.9%
Supplies and
Materials
175,000
128,875 73.6%
89,163 84,490
94.8%
44,385
52.5%
Travel
99,875 19,316
19.3% 108,529
47,640
43.9% (28,324)
-59.5%
Furniture
& Equipment
66,448
72,256
108.7% 71,150
38,112 53.6%
34,144
89.6%
Items
for
Resale
141,000
56,866 40.3%
176,700 105,752
59.8%
(48,886) -46.2%
TOTAL
$
2,786,430
$
1,594,345 57.2%
$
2,820,442
$
1,634,440
57.9%
$
(40,095) -2.5%
OTHER
AUXILIARY
ENTERPRISES
Salaries & Wages
Professional
$
56,343
$
37,892 67.3%
$
55,310
$
37,142
67.2%
$
750
2.0%
Adjunct
Faculty
127,170 155,660
122.4%
79,170 66,454
83.9%
89,206
134.2%
Classified Hourly
320,000 255,515
79.8%
350,000 212,238
60.6% 43,278
20.4%
Total Salaries & Wages
$
503,513
$
449,068
89.2%
$
484,480
$
315,834 65.2%
$
133,234
42.2%
Staff Benefits
$
87,726
$
57,472
65.5%
$
84,725
$
42,087
49.7%
$
15,385
36.6%
Professional Services
552,120
310,890
56.3% 491,370
262,570 53.4%
48,320
18.4%
Operating Services
5,657,218 1,700,294
30.1%
4,441,017 2,190,847
49.3% (490,553)
-22.4%
Supplies and Materials
300,000 200,547
66.8% 73,070
175,907
240.7% 24,641
14.0%
Travel
32,900
27,110 82.4%
32,923
6,801 20.7%
20,309
298.6%
Utilities
870,000
455,674 52.4%
750,000 424,041
56.5%
31,633
7.5%
Scholarship & Refunds
0.0%
2,000
0.0% (2,000)
-100.0%
Bond Principal and Expense
2,012,777
902,997 44.9%
2,012,777 891,818
44.3%
11,179
1.3%
Furniture
& Equipment
117,300 15,966
13.6%
67,200 172,901
257.3% (156,935)
-90.8%
Items
for
Resale
1,792
0.0%
0.0% 1,792
100.0%
TOTAL
$
10,133,554
$
4,121,810
40.7%
$
8,437,562
$
4,484,806
53.2%
$
(362,996)
-8.1%
SCHEDULE
E
TULSA
COMMUNITY
COLLEGE-CAMPUS
STORE
STATEMENT
OF
REVENUE,
EXPENDITURES
AND CAMPUS
STORE
EQUITY
FOR
THE
EIGHT
MONTHS ENDING
FEBRUARY
28, 2015 AND
FEBRUARY
28, 2014
FEBRUARY
FY15
FEBRUARY
FY14
Percent
of
Percent
of Increase/
Percent
Current
Year
Sales Prior Year
Sales
(Decrease)
Change
Income From
Sales
Sales (From 07-01-14
To
02-28-15)
Textbooks, Supplies,
and
Soft
Goods
$ 7,470,929
$
8,139,347
$ (668,419) -8.2%
Total
Sales
7,470,929
100.0% 8,139,347 100.0% (668,419)
-8.2%
Less:
Cost
of
Goods
Sold
5,356,439
71.7% 6,080,122 74.7% (723,683)
-11.9%
Gross lncome/(Loss) on
Sales
2,114,490
28.3% 2,059,225
25.3%
55,264
2.7%
Operating
Expenses
Selling
Expenses
594,958
8.0%
676,180
8.3% (81,222) -12.0%
Total Selling
Expense
594,958
8.0%
676,180
8.3% (81,222) -12.0%
Administrative
Expenses
Personnel Benefits
201,387 2.7%
212,758
2.6% (11,371)
-5.3%
Travel
2,171
0.0% 2,657 0.0%
(486) -18.3%
Operating
Expense
71,669
1.0%
148,330
1.8%
(76,662)
-51.
7%
Total Administrative Expense
275,227 3.7%
363,746
4.5%
(88,519) -24.3%
Total Selling and Administrative Expense
870,185
11.6%
1,039,926
12.8% (169,742)
-16.3%
Net
Selling lncome/{loss)
1,244,305
16.7%
1,019,299 12.5%
225,006
22.1%
Other
lncome/(Loss)
Commission Income
26,526
0.4%
0.0%
26,526
0.0%
Other
Expense
425,000
5.7%
520,000
6.4% (95,000)
-18.3%
(398,474) -5.3%
(520,000)
-6.4%
121,526
-23.4%
Net
lncome/(Loss)
$ 845,831 11.3%
$
499,299
6.1%
346,531
69.4%
Equity Balance July
1,
2014
6,689,507
6,391,996 297,511
4.7%
Equity Balance February
28,
2015
$
7,535,338
$
6,891,295
644,043
9.3%
Increase/
Percent
Current
Year
Prior
Year
(Decrease)
Change
Inventory
July 1, 2014
Purchases
Textbooks, Supplies, and Soft Goods
Total Purchases
Freight-In
Cost
of
Goods Available
for
Sale
Deduct Inventory February 28, 2015
Cost
of
Goods Sold
$
1,149,590
6,723,654
6,723,654
138,066
6,861,720
8,011,310
2,654,871
$ 5,356,439
$
1,209,901
$ (60,311)
-5.0%
$
6,405,589
6,405,589
341,514
6,747,104
7,957,005
1,876,883
6,080,122
318,064
318,064
(203,448)
114,616
54,305
777,988
(723,683)
5.0%
5.0%
1.7%
0.7%
41.5%
-11.9%
III. NEW BUSINESS
Other New Business
March
12,
2015
G.
Other New Business
There
was no
new
business.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
Ill. NEW BUSINESS
Persons Who Desire
to
Come Before the Board
March 12, 2015
H.
Persons Who Desire to Come Before the Board
Any person who desires to come before the Board shall notify the board chair or his or
her designee in writing or electronically at least twelve (12) hours before the meeting
begins. The notification must advise the chair
of
the nature and subject matter
of
their
remarks and may be delivered to the president's office. All persons shall be limited to a
presentation
of
not more than two minutes.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Executive Session
March 12, 2015
I.
Executive Session
[Proposed vote to go into executive session Pursuant to Title
25
Oklahoma Statutes,
Section 307(B)(4), for confidential communications between a public body and its
attorneys concerning pending investigations, claims or actions.]
I. Litigation and Pending Investigation
a.
Confidential Report by College Legal Counsel
There was no
executive
session.
MOTION:
_______
_
SECOND:
_______
_
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT YES NO OTHER
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
III. NEW BUSINESS
Executive Session
March
12,
2015
1.
Litigation and Pending Investigation ( continued)
a.
Confidential Report by College Legal Counsel ( continued)
MOTION:
_______
_
SECOND:
_______
_
ROLL CALL VOTE:
NAME OF REGENT
YES NO OTHER
MCKAMEY
CORNELL
BALLENGER
GARBER
LEONARD
LOONEY
MOAZAMI
TOTALS
MOTION CARRIED
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
IV. ADJOURNMENT
March
12,
2015
IV. ADJOURNMENT
The next regular meeting
of
the Tulsa Community College Board
of
Regents will be held
on Thursday, April 23, 3:00 p.m., in Room 617
of
the Metro Campus, 909 South Boston,
Tulsa, Oklahoma.
CERTIFICATION:
I certify that the above is a true and accurate record
of
the Tulsa Community
College Board
of
Regents.
Chairman, TCC Board
of
Regents
Secretary, TCC Board
of
Regents
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