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Spring 2011 Flex Day. In Recognition. David Barber. New Staff. Herbert Amaya – CDC Maria Roa – Facilities Olivia Panopolous – Reading Center Veronica Sosa – Reading Center Kimberly Vogt – Reading Center Leslie Hayner – Reading Center Ruth Osorio – ESSC Megan Miller – Supportive Serv.

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Spring 2011 flex day

Spring 2011 Flex Day


In recognition

In Recognition

  • David Barber


New staff

New Staff

Herbert Amaya – CDC

Maria Roa – Facilities

Olivia Panopolous – Reading Center

Veronica Sosa – Reading Center

Kimberly Vogt – Reading Center

Leslie Hayner – Reading Center

Ruth Osorio – ESSC

Megan Miller – Supportive Serv.

Daniel Bifano – APE

Andrea Bozant - HR

  • Marvin Crutchfield – TRIO

  • Chinyere Paige – TRIO

  • Teresa Stanfied Lee - A & R

  • Aletia Egipiaco – Library

  • Robert Llanos-Hinson – Library

  • Richard McNelly – Library

  • Lori George – Supportive Serv.

  • Ellen Stevens – Workability

  • Melodie Bahou – Supportive Serv.

  • Trevor Howell – APE

  • Linda Bergen – Reading Center


New faculty

New Faculty

  • Monika Bell – Medical Assisting Instructor/Coordinator


Retirements

Retirements

  • Mark Bishop

  • Caroline Carney

  • Gail Fail

  • Rich Kezirian

  • Sarah Mawhirter

  • Rich Montori

  • Pete Buechel

  • John Gonzalez


Vpaa selection process

VPAA Selection Process

  • Interviews underway

  • Finalists Open Forums

    - February 71:00 – 2:00 LF 103

    - February 91:00 – 2:00LF 103

    -February 101:00 – 2:00LF 103

  • Confidential Feedback to S/P


Construction activities

Construction Activities


Education center

Education Center


Becoming a multi site college

Becoming a Multi-Site College

  • Study Session for Governing Board - January

  • Becoming a Multi-Site College

  • Transition from single campus college to multi-site college

  • Gradual, evolutionary change

  • State approval process

  • Education Center at Marina opens Fall 2011

  • Requires long-term program planning


The inevitable budget drama

The Inevitable Budget Drama


New governor new approach

New Governor – New Approach

  • Vows to make Californians live within their means

  • Initial proposal for CCs = $400M apportionment reduction [6.8%]

  • Increase in student fees to $36/unit

  • More inter-year deferrals = cash flow issue

  • No COLA [1.67%]

  • No mid-year cuts [2010-2011]

  • No further cuts to categorical funds


Far from certain

Far From Certain

  • Governor’s proposal assumes extension of current taxes by popular vote in June

  • Results in a wide spectrum of potential cuts

  • Apparent “Best Case” = -$1.9M to MPC

  • Apparent “Worse Case” = -$5.1M to MPC

  • Final reduction could fall between the two

  • Appears to be a permanent “workload reduction” – lowers the enrollment cap

  • Governor’s proposal has an expedited calendar


How to respond

How to Respond?

  • Develop a budget response that does more than meet the current budget – look to the future

  • Will require further review of offerings & operations

  • Emphasis remains on Basic Skills/GE/CTE

  • Forced priorities

  • Goal of developing an FTES target that positions us for restoration – smaller program with less breadth


Multi pronged approach

Multi-Pronged Approach

  • Develop a budget response characterized by flexibility – phases implemented in context

  • Fall registration must be delayed

  • All position openings under review

  • All major cost factors under review

  • Forums/negotiations will be held as plans develop

  • College Council must meet in summer


Anticipated schedule

Anticipated Schedule

  • Governor has called for “mini budget” by March 1 [decision point]

  • MPC develops budget response in response to Legislature’s decision throughout spring

  • Possible Special Election in June [decision point]

  • Tentative budget to Board in June

  • Final budget to Board in August

  • Schedule may stress governance system - summer budget decisions likely


Two thoughts

Two Thoughts

  • Hope is not a sound financial plan

  • It’s best not to assume things are impossible


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