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CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES March
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 4:00 PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
Call to Order
Minutes
A. Request approval of the February 9, 2016 Board Minutes
Board Reports
A. Chair’s Report –Chair S. Vanderhoef
B. Finance & Personnel Report –Vice Chair Bushy
1. Request approval of the February 9, 2016 Committee Minutes
ACTION ITEMS
2. Personnel Report -New Hire and Promotions
3. Procurement: Equipment and Supplies for
Airframe Maintenance Technology Program
INFORMATION ITEMS
4. Finance Items – Vice President W. Brooks
a. Budget Report February 29, 2016 YTD
b. Preliminary Funding for FY 17 Enrollment Projections
C. Capital Planning Committee
1. Request approval of the February 9, 2016 Committee Minutes
D. Student Activities Report – Trustee J. Dykens
E. Foundation Report – Trustee M. Lee
College Reports- President J. Cox
INFORMATION ITEMS:
A. Center for Corporate and Professional Education –T. Jacobsen
B. Update on Aviation Maintenance Technology Program – Dean B. Cody
C. Short – Term Capital Projects – President J. Cox
D. Legislative Review – President J. Cox
E. President’s Meetings (Information Only)
Adjournment
EXHIBIT A
EXHIBIT B
EXHIBIT C
EXHIBIT D
EXHIBIT E
EXHIBIT F
EXHIBIT G
EXHIBIT H
EXHIBIT I
EXHIBIT J
EXHIBIT K
EXHBIT C
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 4:00 PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
PERSONNEL ACTIONS
Appointment Recommendations
Name
Rachael
Bancroft
Title/Classification
Division/Department
Biographical
Instructor
Academic & Student Affairs
MCCC Faculty
Arts and Humanities
Ms. Bancroft is a committed educator with more
than seventeen (17) years of teaching experience.
She has served the College as an adjunct instructor
in the Language and Literature department since
2000, teaching both developmental and college level
courses, and since 2012, as the full-time Coordinator
of Learning Resources. Ms. Bancroft has a strong
background in curriculum development and the
reading and writing process, as well as an
understanding of the pedagogical skills critical to
student success.
Mr. Drohan is a skilled writer, editor, and educator
with over thirty (30) years of experience in media.
His background includes twenty-six (26) years as an
editor and reporter at The Boston Globe, and four (4)
years as an editor for the Cape Cod Times. Also,
Mr. Drohan taught undergraduate course in film and
literature and English composition at The American
University, and has been teaching journalism at the
College since 2013.
Ms. Griffin possesses seven (7) years of collegelevel teaching experience acquired most recently as
an instructor at University of Massachusetts and the
University of Maine. She has taught basic,
developmental and college writing, as well as
college composition courses. Ms. Griffin is the
recipient of multiple academic and professional
awards and has acquired over eight (8) additional
years of professional experience including work as a
reporter for The Eagle-Tribune, and a production
English
Kerry Drohan
Assistant Professor
Academic & Student Affairs
MCCC Faculty
Arts and Humanities
English
Rebecca
Griffin
Assistant Professor
Academic & Student Affairs
MCCC Faculty
Arts and Humanities
English
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
Education
M.Ed. – Reading and
Language
University of
Massachusetts, Lowell,
2012
Effective Date/
Annual Salary/
Funding
January 25, 2016
through May 31,
2016
$48,080.78
B.A. – Education and
History
University of
Massachusetts, Amherst,
1996
M.A. – Film and
Literature
The American
University, 1977
B.A. – Literature
The American
University, 1975
Ph.D. (ABD) – English
and American Literature
University of
Massachusetts, Amherst,
(Defense expected May,
2016)
M.A. – English
University of Maine,
Orono, 2009
State
August 29, 2016
through May 31,
2017
$48,963.40
State
August 29, 2016
through May 31,
2017
$49,502.90
State
Name
Title/Classification
Division/Department
Biographical
Education
Effective Date/
Annual Salary/
Funding
assistant for the NPR production Car Talk.
Alan Chace
Senior Special
Programs
Coordinator,
Professional
Development
Office of the President
Institutional Research and
Planning
MCCC Unit
Professional
John Hanlon
Academic
Counselor
Academic & Student Affairs
Arts and Humanities
MCCC Unit
Professional
Richard
Yaklich
Assistant Director of
Assessment
Non-Unit
Professional
Hyannis Center and
ACCCESS Program
Office of the President
Institutional Research and
Planning
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
Mr. Chace brings to the position twenty-four (24)
years of experience in policy development, planning,
and project management as a U.S. Naval Officer.
He has a considerable record of success building
coalitions and leading people and change. Mr.
Chace demonstrates strong project management
training skills as well as skills in logistics, with an
impressive record of accomplishing objectives.
Mr. Hanlon has acquired over eighteen (18) years of
experience teaching at the middle and high school
levels in the Dennis-Yarmouth, Nantucket and
Provincetown public school systems. He is a
progressive and compassionate educator and
counselor with a demonstrated commitment to, and
successful record working with marginalized
populations.
Dr. Yaklich joins the College after fifteen (15) years
with Florida Memorial University where he held
various positions, including Co-Director QEP for
SACS Accreditation and Director of Assessment. In
these positions, Dr. Yaklich gained valuable
experience with the accreditation process and
extensive knowledge of the systematic assessment of
student learning outcomes at the course, program,
and institutional levels. He also has considerable
faculty experience, having taught at the University
as an Associate Professor of Music, giving him the
advantage of having viewed assessment from the
faculty perspective.
B.A. – English,
Journalism
University of New
Hampshire, 1997
M.A. – International
Relations
Salve Regina
University, 2005
B.A. – Spanish and
Japanese
Villanova University,
1992
M.S. Ed. – Counseling
Bridgewater State
University, 2005
M.S. Ed. – Education
Boston University, 1997
B.S. – Natural
Resources Education
Cornell University, 1990
Ph.D. – Musical Arts
University of South
Carolina, Columbia,
1996
June 1, 2016
through June 30,
2017
$59,272.24
Grant-funded
March 21, 2016
through June 30,
2017
$46,000
Grant-funded
April 4, 2016
$68,000
M.Mus. – Orchestral
Conducting
Colorado State
University, 1992
B.A. – Music Theory,
Composition
University of Southern
Colorado, 1989
Partially Grantfunded
Reappointment Recommendations
MCCC Faculty
Name
Jenifer Alai
Rachael Bancroft
Title
Division/Department
Associate Professor
Academic & Student Affairs
(Change of Rank)
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Instructor
Associate Professor
(Change of Rank)
Gayle Chaky
Assistant Professor
Robert Ericson
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Engineering
Academic & Student Affairs
Associate Professor
Business Administration
Academic & Student Affairs
(Change of Rank)
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Professor
Medical Assisting
Academic & Student Affairs
(Change of Rank)
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Human Services
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
English
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Gwenn Dyson
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Chemistry
Academic & Student Affairs
Language and Literature
Fredrick Bsharah
Effective Date
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Name
Christine Fontana
Title
Assistant Professor
Division/Department
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Tony Furtado
Associate Professor
(Change of Rank)
Patrick Gordon
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
(Change of Rank)
Kate LePore
Assistant Professor
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Associate Professor
(Change of Rank)
Krystin St. Onge
Instructor
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Chemistry
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Hospitality/Culinary
Academic & Student Affairs
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Biology
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Hospitality/Culinary
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Human Services
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Mathematics
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Paul McCormick
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Dental Hygiene
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Marie Keough
Effective Date
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Name
Title
Darren Stocker
Assistant Professor
Division/Department
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
John Szucs
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Nursing
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Michele Wolfson
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Criminal Justice
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Ifeoluwa Togun
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Criminal Justice
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
Marianne Targino-VanBeber
Effective Date
Professor
Psychology
Academic & Student Affairs
(Change of Rank)
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
September 1, 2016 through
May 31, 2017
Psychology
Reappointment Recommendations
MCCC Unit Professionals
Name
Sally Cohen
Title
Senior Special Programs
Coordinator
Division/Department
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Project SAIL
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
Effective Date
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
Name
Colleen Coughlin
Title
Academic Counselor
Division/Department
Effective Date
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
Cre Dorey
Learning Disability Specialist
STEM Starter Program
Academic & Student Affairs
Learning Resources and Student Success
Jan Dunkley
Financial Aid Counselor
Project Forward
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Kathleen Fulginiti
Instructional Support Technician
Financial Aid
Academic & Student Affairs
Learning Resources and Student Success
Jessica Jordan
Technical Services Librarian
Academic Counselor
Academic Counselor
Advising and Counseling Services
Academic & Student Affairs
Learning Resources and Student Success
Pauline Philie
Special Programs Coordinator
ADVANTAGE Program
Academic & Student Affairs
Health Sciences, Social Sciences, and Human Services
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
Grant-funded
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Library
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Diane Nash
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Disability Services
Academic & Student Affairs
Teaching and Learning Resources and Technology
Matthew Koskowski
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Name
Title
Division/Department
Effective Date
Tri-level Nurse Aide/Diagnostic Technician Program
Kathleen Roberts
Learning Disability Specialist
Academic & Student Affairs
Learning Resources and Student Success
Alex Russo
Career Development Counselor
Disability Services
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
Sara-Ann Semedo
Academic Advisor
Guided Pathways STEM
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Douglas Terry
Coordinator, Disability Services
Advising and Counseling Services
Academic & Student Affairs
Learning Resources and Student Success
Miles Tranchina
Career Development Counselor,
Retention Specialist
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Disability Services
Academic & Student Affairs
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Grant-funded
Donna Walker
Admissions Counselor
Aviation Maintenance Technology Program
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Julie Wright
Coordinator, Student Assessment
Admissions
Academic & Student Affairs
Enrollment Management and Advising Services
Testing Center
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
July 1, 2016 through
June 30, 2017
Change of Rank
MCCC Faculty
Name
Eric Arsznov
Title
Professor
Division/Department
Effective Date
Academic & Student Affairs
September 1, 2016
Science, Technology, Math, Business and Center for Corporate and
Professional Education
Astronomy/Physics
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
EXHIBIT D
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 4:00 PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
ACTION ITEM: EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY PURCHASES FOR THE AVIATION
MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
SECURITY AND ATTENDANCE SYSTEMS FOR PLYMOUTH FACILITY
Background
Cape Cod Community College (CCCC) has received a Trade Adjustment Assistance Community
College and Career Training (TC-26463-14-60-A-25) grant funded under the Department of Labor (DOL)
in the amount of $2,471,478 and a state appropriation (budget line 7504-0102) in the amount of
$1,950,000 to assist funding the development of the Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) Program.
A portion of each award is allocated to the purchase of the equipment and supplies needed to furnish the
program prior to the enrollment of students.
In October 2015, the Board of Trustees of Cape Cod Community College approved a contract in
the amount of $34,595.50 for Pasek Corporation to furnish and install wireless access control locks at the
Plymouth AMT facility. The scope of this initial contract involved the installation of nine locks and six
door positions, a two point deadlock on the conference room door, and a new door controller and alarm
input controller. Panel interface modules (PIM’s) were also installed for wireless signal coverage.
This action item seeks approval for additional work to be conducted by Pasek Corporation in order to
meet program requirements and ensure the security of the equipment and supplies located at the Plymouth
AMT facility. The scope of work for each project is described below.

Furnish and install video intercom door station at main entrance of Plymouth facility. A
vandal resistant video intercom door station will be installed at the main entrance door and a
video intercom desk station will be installed at the reception desk. The door will be controlled by
the existing electric locking device.

Furnish and install card readers at the reception desk. The Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) requires detailed records of student attendance to be maintained and regularly reported.
The card reader stations will allow students to scan in and out of the facility, securing an
electronic registry of attendance. The work will include two card readers, two wireless reader
interfaces, power supply unit, all cables necessary for installation, and programming for system
configuration, initialization, and testing.

Furnish and install video surveillance system for the Plymouth hangars. In order to maintain
the security of the equipment and supplies located in the Plymouth hangars, a total of eight vandal
resistant cameras will be installed: six indoor and two outdoor. The six indoor cameras will be
distributed as follows: two to view the front entrance door and adjacent hallway, two to view
Hangar Number 1, and two to view Hangar Number 2. Two environmental outdoor dome
cameras will provide coverage of the front of the building. In addition, cable will be installed
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
EXHIBIT D
from the cameras to the server room and a necessary network switch and archiver will be installed
in the server room. Pasek Corporation will provide programming for system configuration,
initiation and testing as well as up to four hours of training covering administrative level
programming and system operation.
A quote was obtained from Pasek Corporation for each work item utilizing the Massachusetts Higher
Education Consortium (MHEC) contract MC13-E05. All costs are itemized in Table A below and all of
the work will be funded by the MA state appropriation (budget line 7504-0102).
Table A: Work to be Conducted by Pasek Corporation at the Plymouth AMT Facility
Description of Work
Quote
Funding Source
Furnish and install an intercom system at the main
entrance of the Plymouth facility
$2,045.00
State Appropriation
Furnish and install card readers at the reception
desk
$3,648.00
State Appropriation
Furnish and install video surveillance system for
Plymouth hangars
$24,333.00
State Appropriation
Total Cost
$30,026.00
President’s Recommendation
The Board of Trustees of Cape Cod Community College authorizes the President to enter into an
agreement with Pasek Corporation in the total amount of $30,026.00 to furnish and install the following
equipment at the Plymouth AMT facility: intercom system at the main entrance, card readers at the
reception desk, and indoor and outdoor video surveillance of the hangars.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 8, 2016
EXHIBIT E
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 - 4:00PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
OPERATING BUDGET
JULY 1, 2015- FEBRUARY 29, 2016
FY 2016
Budget
FY 2016
Year-to Date
% Actual to
Budget
FY 2015
Actual
FY 2015
Year-to-Date
% Full Yr to
YTD Actual
REVENUES
STATE
TUITION
OTHER
INTEREST
TOTAL
$
12,091,122
11,271,515
1,450,968
25,000
24,838,605
8,787,943
10,667,798
1,035,508
10,961
$ 20,502,210
72.68%
94.64%
71.37%
43.84%
82.54%
$
24,838,605
$ 20,502,210
82.54%
SALARY & BENEFITS
CONTRACTED SERVICES
SUPPLIES & MATERIALS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING
UTILITIES
FIXED CHARGES, MAINT. & REPAIR
FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY SPENDING
SCHOLARSHIP & FELLOWSHIP
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
TOTAL
$
15,097,808
5,207,421
1,334,569
192,427
863,996
87,993
713,093
744,290
351,500
124,192
24,717,289
9,112,886
3,334,746
845,160
64,692
418,316
55,911
256,204
542,568
306,322
24,119
$ 14,960,924
60.36%
64.04%
63.33%
33.62%
48.42%
63.54%
35.93%
72.90%
87.15%
19.42%
60.53%
TRANSFER TO CAPITAL BUDGET
$
TOTAL - EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS
$
24,838,605
$ 14,960,924
60.23%
NET (Revenues & Transfers minus Expenditures)
$
-
$ 5,541,286
$
11,534,717
11,286,167
1,458,194
27,578
24,306,656
11,465,016
10,743,198
1,119,305
17,938
$ 23,345,457
99.40%
95.19%
76.76%
65.04%
96.05%
$
24,306,656
$ 23,345,457
96.05%
14,993,776
5,178,940
1,307,798
149,138
866,379
133,375
1,118,383
9,358,086
3,275,501
935,572
73,513
466,395
91,819
778,487
62.41%
63.25%
71.54%
49.29%
53.83%
68.84%
69.61%
$
360,894
97,440
24,206,123
360,055
36,228
$ 15,375,656
99.77%
37.18%
63.52%
$
24,206,123
$ 15,375,656
63.52%
$
100,533
$ 7,969,801
TRANSFERS IN
TOTAL - REVENUES AND TRANSFERS
EXPENDITURES
(121,316)
Unrestricted Net Assets - June 30, 2014
NORESCO contract termination payout - Board approved Dec. 17, 2014
Board of Trustee Designations
Deferred Maintenance, Adaptation and Renewal
Instructional & Informational Technology
Academic Equipment and Materials
$ 6,470,360
(715,531)
$ 5,754,829
$ 1,872,613
2,264,626
1,617,590
$ 5,754,829
EXHIBIT F
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 4:00 PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
AGENDA ITEM: FY2017 BUDGET AND ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
Background
The College has three major sources of operating revenue: 1) state appropriation, 2) tuition and fees,
and 3) other1.
Table 1: Fiscal Year 2016 Budgeted Revenues
Revenues
State Appropriation
Tuition & Fees
Other
Interest
Amount
$12,091,122
$11,271,515
$1,450,968
$25,000
Percentage
48.6%
45.4%
5.8%
.2%
Fiscal Year 2017
House Bill 2, the Governor’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2017 is $12,212,033 for the College,
reflecting a 1% increase above FY2016 state appropriation. The FY 2017 budget includes funding for the
negotiated bargaining agreements between the Commonwealth and the respective unions. The House Bill 2
excludes funding for the third year of the AFSCME negotiated increase and the first and second years of
MCCC increase (Community College Collective Bargaining Reserve 1599-4441). This translates into a
$354,900 increase in costs for the College. Without state support of these collective bargained agreements,
the obligation will need to be funded through an increase in student fees equivalent to $6.20 a credit hour,
totaling about $186 a year for a full-time student. In addition, the College faces a projected 2.5% increase of
$27,200 for health care costs.
Enrollment Projections
The historical enrollment data (Chart 1) does not provide any discernable pattern to aid in
forecasting enrollment for FY2017. The enrollment for FY2016, (Table 2) is greater than what was
originally projected. The reduction of the decline in credit hours does align with an increase in marketing and
retention efforts. The decline in credit hour enrollment appears to be slowing, although it continues.
Additionally comparable enrollments at other community colleges around the State are ranging between -4%
to -7%. While encouraged by the enrollment results this year, the College must continue to be conservative
in our projections for FY2017. Based on the average of the three year change in credit hour enrollments and
the annual percentage change during the same period, a decrease of enrollment of 4.7% is projected.
The “Other” category includes revenues from the Center for Corporate and Professional Education (CCAPE), Project Forward tuition, facilities use
fees, commissions from the bookstore and the food service, and several other small receipts.
1
1
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EXHIBIT F
Table 2: Projected and Actual Enrollments
Projected
Credits
Percent
72,583
-5.0%
65,824
-8.0%
60,658
-6.2%
60,493
-5.0%
FY2014
FY2015
FY2016
FY2017 (est.)
Actual
Credits
Percent
71,548
-6.4%
64,708
-9.6%
63,677
-1.6%
Chart 1
63,677
60,493
71,548
64,708
77,593
76,404
83,931
79,139
75,054
72,827
71,647
70,065
68,039
67,599
67,505
64,642
62,586
60,392
56,715
58,518
57,725
62,889
59,399
68,232
74,173
68,919
61,696
58,609
57,315
56,382
61,875
57,673
59,736
66,976
49,810
40,000
50,934
50,000
50,254
60,000
63,115
70,000
70,554
----------------6 years of decline--------------------in this cycle
80,000
67,368
--------8 years of decline-------------in this cycle
82,754
Credit Hour History Trend
90,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
FY77 FY78 FY79 FY80 FY81 FY82 FY83 FY84 FY85 FY86 FY87 FY88 FY89 FY90 FY91A FY92A FY93A FY94A FY95A FY96A FY97A FY98A FY99A FY00A FY01A FY02A FY03A FY04A FY05A FY06A FY07A FY08A FY09A FY10A FY11A FY12A FY13A FY14A FY15A FY16F FY17F
Series2
Tuition and Fees
FY2017 will include a full year of the Aviation Maintenance Program enrollments which will
significantly help our revenues however we must establish reserves to sustain and replace equipment once
the grant funding is exhausted.
As we continue to implement our retention plans, which include improving the student experience
on the campus, we must commit funds from our operating and capital budgets to make improvements to the
facilities and infrastructure. With the college operating budget expected to pay for the collective bargaining
increases not covered by the State appropriation, and with the additional funding needed to continue our
student success initiatives, we should consider raising student fees for FY2017. Credit hour student fees
have not been increased since FY2015.
Table 3: Spring 2016 Tuition Fees2
Tuition
Fees
Technology Fee
Facilities Fee
Student Support Fee
Orientation Fee
Application Fee
1 Credit Hour In-State3
30 Credits
CCCC
$24.00
$145.00
$4.50
$2.00
Massasoit
$24.00
$155.00
$8.00
Bristol
$24.00
$155.00
Bridgewater
$38.00
$327.63
$2.25
$37.00 per semester
$175.50
$5,266.00
$197.00
$5,910.00
2
Insurance fees, course and lab fees, and other miscellaneous fees are excluded.
Source – DHE web site.
4
Source – Bridgewater University web site.
5
Tuition and Fees are flat after 12 credit hours.
3
2
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$181.47
$5,444.00
$180.00/1st time
freshman
$40.00/semester
$367.884
$8,904.005
EXHIBIT F
Table 4: Tuition and Mandatory Fees for 30 Credit Hours6
6
Source – DHE web site.
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Institution
Greenfield Community College
Quinsigamond Community College
Mt. Wachusett Community College
Northern Essex Community College
Berkshire Community College
Massasoit Community College
North Shore Community College
Middlesex Community College
Mass Bay Community College
Roxbury Community College
Bristol Community College
Springfield Technical Community College
Cape Cod Community College
Holyoke Community College
Bunker Hill Community College
Community Colleges
Segment
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Community Colleges
Weighted Average
$4,488
$4,294
$4,420
$3,330
$3,826
$3,330
$3,630
$3,860
$3,650
$3,660
$3,750
$3,576
$3,946
$3,428
$3,180
$3,686
$4,098
$4,174
$4,120
$3,060
$3,676
$3,330
$3,480
$3,740
$3,650
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$3,460
$3,750
$3,456
$3,660
$3,278
$3,000
$3,551
$3,885
$3,480
$3,558
$4,080
$3,696
$3,840
$3,750
$4,610
$4,010
$3,750
$3,510
$3,930
$3,510
$4,540
$4,384
$4,638
$4,280
$3,780
$3,798
$4,320
$3,936
$4,454
$3,990
$4,610
$4,550
$4,110
$4,110
$4,680
$3,870
$4,990
$5,000
$4,818
$4,576
$3,930
$4,050
$4,530
$4,386
$4,454
$4,310
$4,610
$4,850
$4,650
$4,650
$5,190
$4,230
$5,440
$5,180
$5,358
$4,922
$4,230
$4,290
$4,910
$4,776
$5,054
$4,902
$5,300
$5,150
$4,860
$4,650
$5,600
$4,410
$5,590
$5,780
$5,718
$5,140
$4,230
$4,420
$5,090
$5,106
$5,204
$4,910
$5,300
$5,330
$5,070
$5,370
$5,810
$4,710
$5,740
$6,140
$6,018
$5,142
$4,230
$4,420
$5,090
$5,106
$5,204
$4,910
$5,300
$5,330
$5,070
$5,370
$5,810
$4,860
$5,740
$6,140
$6,018
$5,304
$4,230
$4,750
$5,266
$5,106
$5,204
$4,910
$5,300
$5,480
$5,670
$5,390
$5,810
$5,720
$5,950
$6,140
$6,168
$5,554 $185.13
$4,470 $149.00
$5,110 $170.33
$5,266 $175.53
$5,436 $181.20
$5,444 $181.47
$5,470 $182.33
$5,600 $186.67
$5,630 $187.67
$5,670 $189.00
$5,910 $197.00
$6,020 $200.67
$6,040 $201.33
$6,100 $203.33
$6,400 $213.33
$6,482 $216.07
5%
6%
8%
0%
6%
5%
11%
6%
3%
0%
10%
4%
6%
3%
4%
5%
FY-2007 FY-2008 FY-2009 FY-2010 FY-2011 FY-2012 FY-2013 FY-2014 FY-2015 FY-2016 1 Credit 1 Yr % Chg
EXHIBIT F
EXHIBIT G
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Capital Planning Committee
Minutes ....February 9, 2016
Trustees Present:
Dave Bushy
Joshua
Dykens
Frank
Fantasia
Matt Lee
Call In:Trish Kennedy
FACULTY, STAFF, STUDENTS AND OTHER VISITORS: J. Cox, President; M. Hazlett, Recording
Secretary for the Board
CALL TO ORDER: At 3:04 PM Chair Kennedy called the meeting to order.
Capital Planning Report:
President Cox reviewed Exhibit F and reviewed housing. Trustee Kennedy stated the Cape has always had very
pricey housing. She then asked how could we do this without the State's help when we are thinking about
affordability. President Cox stated it would be about borrowing from the state that would be a conduit if we
went that route and it would have to be self-sustaining. President Cox stated the Chamber has a housing study
about those who reside here for the summer. He asked the real question is whether or not to pursue an addendum
on the study. Trustee Kennedy stated it would be a good idea. President Cox stated it needs to come back with a
price students would pay. It would not be on the main campus but closer to Hyannis and activities. This would
make it a bit more viable. Trustee Kennedy asked if there would be transportation for them to campus. President
Cox replied yes.
Vice Chair Bushy asked if there would be conference center capabilities where conferences could come and rent
the facilities. President Cox stated there may be. He also stated they had not talked about summer housing
initially, because it becomes a question if some of the students would be housed year-round. By doing a yearround model you would have 12 months tied to credit hours.
Trustee Fantasia asked if it would be hard to cost justify, especially with the substantial operating cost. President
Cox responded it may give us an opportunity to capture a different segment in the market. Vice Chair Bushy
asked if we could find out some of these answers with an informed survey. Trustee Fantasia stated this would be
concerning where we are isolated and cannot share this with anyone. Trustee Dykens stated he is not sure there
is a student market that would pay for housing when they are nearby and already going through FAFSA. He also
asked, can we not pay the $9K fee and try to engage student body interest.
President Cox stated we have spoken with Mass Maritime as far as joint residence. Vice Chair Bushy asked if
Woods Hole would be interested. President Cox stated they currently have a surplus. Trustee Fantasia asked if a
collaborative effort would spread the risk. President Cox stated he would speak with Mass Maritime first and
then open the boarder conversation. Vice Chair Bushy asked if we could see if there are other entities who want
to partner, meaning would it have to be higher ed. Trustee Fantasia stated he felt there would be a continuous
conflict and a concern when you have students and workforce mixed in the same residence. Vic e Chair Bushy
would like to see if it would increase enrollment or at least stop the decline. Vice President Brooks stated the
study would tell us if we would have the potential to bring more students. Trustee Dykens asked where is the
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breakeven point. President Cox stated there analysis would tell them that. President Cox also stated, DHE would
only move ahead with the current market. Trustee Kennedy asked what do we expect to happen when they
present the study. President Cox said we would look at the business plan and there would be conversations w ith
DHE as well. The other option is to run through the Foundation. He continued to say he would first have a
conversation with Mass Maritime and see where they stand right now. Although we share the risk with them you
lower the outcome.
President Cox presented the Bond Bill (Exhibit H). He stated there is not only a need or this becomes an equity
issue.
EXHIBIT H
The Center for Corporate and Professional Education
at Cape Cod Community College
5 Year Strategic Plan
DRAFT
Introduction
The focus of The Center for Corporate and Professional Education will be the creation of career pathway
programs for individuals, executive level education for business professionals, and expansion of
workforce customized training programs for companies and organizations in the region.
Implementing this new strategy outlined below, the center forecasts a 12% annual increase in revenue
and a 20% overall increase in enrollment over the next five years.
Fiscal Year
Revenue
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
390,000 440,000 490,000 550,000 620,000
Vision
The Center for Corporate and Professional Education will be an innovative educational workforce center
providing career advancement, workforce training and development opportunities for individuals,
businesses, and organizations across Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts and South Shore.
Mission
To provide high-quality, career-relevant, accessible training solutions to individuals, businesses and
community organizations in our region to achieve and sustain economic prosperity.
Strategic Goals
Strategic Goal #1
Design and deliver effective training programs to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to obtain
and maintain successful career opportunities in the region.
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•
Engage individuals, businesses and community organizations in quality education and
professional certification programs for the successful development of knowledge, skills, and
attitudes for seasonally demanding and rapidly changing environments.
Expand educational offerings to incorporate noncredit programs for employees and careerminded individuals looking to develop skills in growing fields, including health care, hospitality,
advanced manufacturing and engineering, construction and landscaping, administrative support,
entrepreneurship, accounting and finance, and insurance.
Collaborate regionally with business leaders to address the middle-skills gap and develop
training programs that focus on offering career pathways for individuals.
Diversify educational event offerings to serve growing populations, workforce initiatives and
technology trends.
Strategic Goal #2
Be responsive to community, business and organization needs and initiatives as they relate to
workforce development, industry fluctuations and emerging economic trends.
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•
Increase the skill and education levels of Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts and South
Shore’s workforce in order to meet the needs of the business community.
Develop effective relationships and collaborations across regions with chambers, workforce
investment boards and economic development entities to develop an understanding of the
current and future economic needs.
Collaborate with and participate in industry associations and advisory boards to provide relevant
resources, information and appropriate training opportunities to key industry sectors.
Strategic Goal #3
Provide businesses and organizations with a skilled workforce that will improve processes, promote
growth, increase and retain jobs, and become more competitive in the local and global economies.
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•
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•
Build partnerships with local businesses, labor organizations and industry associations to assess,
develop and deliver customized training programs.
Organize and host quarterly business and industry groups to identify key workforce challenges
and continuing education opportunities.
Expand outreach to key industries: nonprofit, municipal, health care, hospitality and other
emerging trade sectors.
Identify funding sources and assist employers with workforce training grant applications to help
secure funding to train new and existing employees.
Strategic Goal #4
Ensure departmental sustainability to support the mission, vision and growth of the college.
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Creation of an advisory board to position the workforce division at Cape Cod Community College
as the leader in addressing workforce education and training needs.
Strengthen collaborations and strategic alliances with local employers, economic development
entities, educational institutions, Workforce Investment Boards and stakeholders (i.e. Executive
Office of Labor and Workforce Development) as it relates to workforce development, training,
retention and growth.
Identify resources at the state, federal and national levels to support workforce programs and
services.
Develop integrated learning opportunities for students to successfully complete career pathway
programs and bridge a pathway from noncredit to credit when appropriate.
Strategic Goal #5
Develop processes to analyze and effectively measure noncredit enrollment and customized
workforce training initiatives.
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Analyze business processes with the intent to increase revenue, expand enrollment, and
improve operational efficiencies within the department.
Revise and streamline registration process for noncredit courses.
Improve student evaluation structure to learn more about workforce training needs and
increase course enrollment.
Develop and implement a success-measurement process, including an assessment for future
improvement for customized workforce training programs.
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EXHIBIT I
CAPE COD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 8, 2016 4:00 PM
Board Room, Ground Floor, Wilkens Library
Short-Term Capital Projects
Funding Source
Projected
Start
Date
Sewage Disposal Upgrade- Major Project Bond Bill
DCAMM
5/16
Gym Roof replacement
DCAMM
5/16
Admin Roof Replacement
DCAMM
5/16
Library Elevator
DCAMM
5/16
College
5/16
DCAMM
3/16-4/16
Commons Cafeteria – Cosmetic enhancements
College
5/16
Fitness Center Flooring
College
5/16
DCAMM
3/16
Project Management
Lorusso Building-remove solar panels to repair roof
College
4/16
Scheduling
15,000
Gym – Renovate engineering lab for Stem program
College
5/16
In-House Staff - Scheduling
7,000
Project
Library Restrooms – ADA compliance
Pump House – Total Project
Alternative Energy Program Review
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4C’s Resources Needed
Scheduling, Project
Management
Scheduling, Project
Management
Scheduling, Project
Management
Scheduling, Project
Management
Plumber; Carpenter and
Contractor
Project Management
Cleaning, Safety, Scheduling,
Project Management
Procurement, Scheduling,
Project Management
Estimated
Cost $
$2,676,877
501,329
435,507
321,000
8,000
27,000
25,000
12,000
statewide
initiative
EXHIBIT I
Environmental Audit and reporting – ongoing chemical
inventory and reporting with DEP, Main Campus and
Aviation Program
College
2/16
Safety Audit and Training-ongoing
College
4/16
Remove Dead Trees and Replant along Rt. 132
College
3/16
As of March 4, 2016
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Coordinating Scheduling,
Project Management. Grant
funded and College Funded
10,000 college
20,000 grant
10,000
Scheduling
12,000
EXHIBIT J
Powerful Futures Start Here
Cape Cod Community College
FY 2017 Legislative Priorities
Cape Cod Community College truly appreciates your continuing support and commitment to our
students and community. The College presents these priorities for your support and legislative leadership.
1. Cape Cod Community College joins all Massachusetts community colleges in support of fully
funding the collective bargaining agreements for our faculty and staff. College employees are employees of
the Commonwealth. The bargaining agreements are negotiated agreements between the Commonwealth and
the respective unions. House 2 excludes funding for the third year of the AFSCME increases or the first and
second years and the MCCC contract (Community College Collective Bargaining Reserve 1599-4441).
This translates into a $354,900 increase in costs to us… nearly $6 million statewide. Without state
support of these negotiated increases, the agreement will need to be funded through an increase in student fees
equivalent to $6.20 a credit hour, totaling about $186 a year for a full-time student. In addition, the College
faces a projected 2.5% increase of $27,200 for health care costs.
2. Cape Cod Community College strongly supports increased investment in the Commonwealth’s
community colleges through the performance-based operating budget appropriation (7100-4000). The
current proposal in House 2 stipulates a 1% increase across community colleges that generates approximately
$120,900 for the College in a $2.7 million increase for all community colleges in the $272.8 million of total
funding. As we continue to capture increased costs, particularly in operating an aging infrastructure, while also
addressing retiree benefit liabilities previously accounted for at the state-level, community colleges seek a
continuation of state funding commitments that reflect nearly half of all public higher education students are
served by community colleges. An increase of 3%, or $8.1 million across all community colleges including
$360,000 for Cape Cod, still under the Governor’s spending growth cap, helps address the resource concerns
and enables us to hold fees flat for the second year.
3. Cape Cod Community College urges a recommitment to fund projects already underway, and
included in the 2008 Higher Education Bond. Our new Science and Innovation Center was removed from
funding, while EOE and DCAMM undertake a strategic higher education facilities master plan to establish
parameters and priorities for projects. According to DCAMM, each year of delay adds over $1 million to the cost
of our $41.6 million project. Within the spending pattern of this bond bill, community colleges have been the
least funded, with Cape Cod ranked near the bottom. Our students are forced to wait another generation for a
project that has been in the pipeline for a decade, while this region continues to receive one of the lowest levels
of higher education capital investment.
4. Cape Cod Community College backs Commonwealth initiatives to address the deferred
maintenance challenge at both community colleges and state universities. The recent Sightlines survey
of the collective need exceeds $1.2 billion for the 10-year community college backlog. Our College is ranked
among the institutions requiring significant repairs with major building components in jeopardy of complete
failure. A deferred maintenance bond bill initiative to address the long term absence of significant
reinvestment in facilities is urgently needed.
5. The Commonwealth’s Dual Enrollment Program should be increased from $1 million to $2
million to support the increasing demand among high school students for this outstanding opportunity. Dual
Enrollment is an opportunity for high school students to jump start their higher education careers and enroll in
college courses. This increase would improve access and opportunity for this region’s high school students to
begin their college experience where they are likely to be most successful, here at 4Cs, close to home, and
would enable upwards of 2,000 additional students to enroll in college courses, statewide.
As we continue to position Your College to become more competitive and energized in serving our
students and region, we appreciate your help and guidance with our legislative priorities.
Contact info: John L. Cox, President, [email protected]
February 26, 2016
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EXHIBIT K
Feb. 9-Mar. 8, 2016
College-wide Goals
Empower student
success
Integrate the College
and Community
Meetings
Vision Project Outcomes
College Completion;
Preparing Citizens;
Closing Achievement
Gaps
College Participation;
Workforce Alignment;
Preparing Citizens
U-MA USAID Partnership Grant
President's Council
Meeting w/Chris Bogden& David Nee International Education Services
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
Foundation Board Meeting
Seasonal Workforce Housing Task
Force
Annual Legislative Event
LWV Legislative Breakfast
Meeting w/Provincetown leaders
PTK Inductions
Entergy (Pilgrim) Power Retraining
White Ribbon Ceremony
Meeting w/Student Gov. Leaders
Plymouth Student Housing Options
Breakfast w/the President
Yarmouth Rotary
W. Falmouth Library Capital Campaign
Meeting w/A.L.L. Leadership
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Create operational and Ensure the financial stability
academic excellence
and long term sustainability
College Completion;
Student Learning
College Completion;
Workforce Alignment