Agenda, Monday, April 15, 2002 4 pm, IVP Hearing

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Content: Agenda, Monday, April 15, 2002 4 p.m. I. Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag II. Approval of Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of March 18, 2002 III. Presentation- Ernesto Flores, Caldwell Flores Winters, Inc. IV. Public Hearing (none) V. Consent Agenda ­ Recommendation of Superintendent/President, Discussion and Adoption A. Public Comment B. Academic Affairs See Academic Affairs Agenda, Pages 1- 14 C. Student and Community Advancement See Student & Community Advancement Agenda, Pages 1 - 30 D. Administrative Services See Administrative Services Agenda, Pages 1 ­ 15 See Human Resources Agenda, Pages 1 ­ 6 E. Superintendent/President See Superintendent/President Agenda, Pages 1 ­ 6 VI. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items VII. Oral Reports A. Board of Trustees Report B. President's Report C. Academic Senate Report VIII. Closed Session A. Personnel Matters, Brown Act Section 54957 1. Personnel Matters ­ Three Cases
Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Academic Affairs Nadine Ishitani Hata, Ph.D., Vice President Page No. A. Curriculum Corrections ­ Effective 2002-2003 Academic Year ............................... 1 B. Proposed Curriculum Changes ­ Effective 2002-2003 Academic Year .................... 1 C. Board Policy 4010 (Academic Calendar) ­ Second Reading and Adoption........ 10, 11 D. Revised Board Policy 4025 (Philosophy for Associate Degree and General Education) ­ Second Reading and Adoption........................................................ 10, 12
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A. CURRICULUM CORRECTIONS ­ EFFECTIVE 2002-2003 ACADEMIC YEAR
It is recommended that the Board approve the curriculum corrections listed below. It should be noted that the information submitted for a change to the unit value of Construction Technology 109abcd, approved by the Board on February 19, 2002, was incorrect. Furthermore, the information submitted for the descriptive title of the new course, Fire and Emergency Technology 165, and the faculty loads for the new courses, Fire and Emergency Technology 113A, 113B, 164, and 166abcd, approved by the Board on March 18, 2002, was incorrect.
INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
1. Construction Technology 109abcd - Application and Installation of Euro Style Hardware Units: 2 2.5
2. Fire and Emergency Technology 165 - Recurrent Marine Safety and Ocean Lifeguarding Summer In-Service Training
1. Fire and Emergency Technology 113A - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator 1A Lecture: 30 hours Lab: 10 hours (one week course) Faculty Load: 70 250%
2. Fire and Emergency Technology 113B - Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator 1B Lecture: 30 hours Lab: 10 hours (one week course) Faculty Load: 70 250%
3. Fire and Emergency Technology 164 - Recurrent Lifeguard Certification
Lecture: 9 hours (one week course)
Faculty Load: 3.333 60.0%
4. Fire and Emergency Technology 166abcd - Ocean Lifeguard Cadet Program
Lecture: 4 hours Lab: 2.5 hours
Faculty Load: 38.667 39.167%
B. PROPOSED CURRICULUM CHANGES ­ EFFECTIVE 2002-2003 ACADEMIC YEAR It is recommended that the Board approve the proposed curriculum additions, revisions and inactivations, effective the 2002-2003 academic year, listed below:
BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION
DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE VERSIONS
1. History 16A ­ The African American in the United States, 1600 to 1877 (Online)
2. History 18A ­ Women and American History from the Colonial Era to 1870 (Online)
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DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSE VERSION UPDATE
1. Sociology 2 ­ Marriage and Family Living (Online)
2. Sociology 2 ­ Marriage and Family Living (Telecourse)
CHANGE IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Childhood Education - School-Age Child Care A Certificate of Competence will be granted upon completion of the following courses with a minimum grade average of B: Child Development 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 15, 20; choose two courses from the following: Child Development 16, 17, 18, 19, English 27; choose one course from: Physical Education 207A, 207B English 27, Mathematics 110, Music 7 Total units: 30 At least 15 units, including Child Development 20 and two courses from Child Development 16, 17, 18, or 19, of the certificate requirements must be completed at El Camino College. Note: Proof of a valid Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification may be required for employment. This requirement may be met by successfully completing Child Development 11.
CHANGE IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Current Status/Proposed Change 1. Childhood Education - School-Age Child Care A Certificate of Completion will be granted upon completion of the following courses with a minimum grade average of C: Child Development 3, 4, 9, 10, 12, 15, 20; choose two courses from the following: Child Development 16, 17, 18, 19, English 27; choose one course from: Physical Education 207A, 207B English 27, Mathematics 110, Music 7 Total units: 30 At least 15 units, including Child Development 20 and two courses from Child Development 16, 17, 18, or 19, of the certificate requirements must be completed at El Camino College. Note: Proof of a valid Pediatric CPR and First Aid Certification may be required for employment. This requirement may be met by successfully completing Child Development 11.
NEW COURSES
1. Education 10 ­ CBEST Preparation in Reading
Units: 1 Lecture: 1 hour
Faculty Load: 6.667%
Prerequisite: English 1A with a minimum grade of C
Credit, degree applicable
This course is designed to assist students in reviewing and refining the knowledge and skills
necessary to pass the reading section of the California Basic Educational Skills Test
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(CBEST). Topics will include comprehension, critical analysis, and evaluation, as well as research and reference skills. Students will complete a practice test and develop a comprehensive plan to pass the official CBEST. Pertinent test taking strategies will also be explored.
2. Education 20 ­ CBEST Preparation in Writing
Units: 1 Lecture: 1 hour
Faculty Load: 6.667%
Prerequisite: English 1A with a minimum grade of C
Credit, degree applicable
This course is designed to assist students in reviewing and refining the knowledge and skills
necessary to pass the writing section of the California Basic Educational Skills Test
(CBEST). Topics include using prewriting strategies, generating focused essays, developing
and organizing supporting details, choosing appropriate words, creating structurally sound
sentences and paragraphs, and effectively addressing essay prompts which require narration
and analysis. Students will practice writing timed essays and will develop an individualized
comprehensive plan for passing the official test. Pertinent test taking strategies will also be
explored.
3. Education 30 ­ CBEST Preparation in Math
Units: 1 Lecture: 1 hour
Faculty Load: 6.667%
Prerequisite: Mathematics 23 or Mathematics 25 with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite
or qualification by testing (El Camino College Mathematics Placement Test)
and assessment
Credit, degree applicable
This course is designed to assist students in reviewing and refining the skills and knowledge
necessary to pass the math section of the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST).
Topics will include estimation, measurement, statistical principles, computation, problem
solving, and numerical and graphical relationships. Students will complete a practice
CBEST and develop a comprehensive plan to pass the official CBEST. Pertinent test taking
strategies will also be explored.
BUSINESS DIVISION
CHANGE IN MAJOR
1. Computer information systems Current Status/Proposed Change Computer Information Systems 13, 18, 19; one of the following groups: Computer Information Systems 26 and 28 or 40 and 44 46 and 47 or 140 and 141; two of the following courses: Business 54; Computer Information Systems 16, 17, 22, 27, 29, 30, 45, 80, 83, 133, 142, 143 Total units: 21-23 22
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CHANGE IN CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCE 1. Computer Information Systems - Cisco Networking Administration Option Current Status/Proposed Change A minimum of nine Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 15-16 units. Computer Information Systems 44, 45, 51, 52 140, 141, 142, 143; one course from the following: Computer Information Systems 16, 80, 133 Total units: 15-16 2. Computer Information Systems - Microcomputer Applications Option Current Status/Proposed Change A minimum of six 12 Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 30-32 31 units. Computer Information Systems 13, 16, 18, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 40; one course from two courses from the following: Business 1A, 3; 51B or 52B 55,Computer Information Systems 17, 22, 30, 133 Total units: 30-32 31 3. Computer Information Systems - Microcomputer Support and Network Management Option Current Status/Proposed Change A minimum of 12 Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 31-32 33-34 units. Computer Information Systems 13, 19, 20, 40, 44, 45 140; choose one of four courses from the following: Computer Information Systems 46 and 47 or Computer Information Systems 48 and 49; three courses from the following Computer Information Systems 16, 18, 22, 28, 29, 80, 83; one of the following groups: Computer Information Systems 141, 142, and 143 or Computer Information Systems 46, 48, and 49 Total units: 31-32 33-34 CHANGE IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION 1. Computer Information Systems - Cisco Networking Administration Option Current Status/Proposed Change A minimum of nine Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 2.0 (C) is necessary in the required 15-16 units. Computer Information Systems 44, 45, 51, 52 140, 141, 142, 143; one course from the following: Computer Information Systems 16, 80, 133 Total units: 15-16 NEW CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCE 1. Computer Information Systems - Database Administration April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 4
A minimum of 12 Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 19 units. Computer Information Systems 18, 28, 29, 80, 83; one of the following: Computer Information Systems 16, 19, 46 Total units: 19 2. Computer Information Systems - Windows Networking A minimum of nine Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 18 units. Computer Information Systems 46, 47, 48, 49; one of the following groups: Computer Information Systems 28 and 83 or Computer Information Systems 140 and 141 Total units: 18 NEW CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION 1. Computer Information Systems - Database Administration A minimum of 12 Computer Information Systems units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 2.0 (C) is necessary in the required 19 units. Computer Information Systems 18, 28, 29, 80, 83; one of the following: Computer Information Systems 16, 19, 46 Total units: 19 FINE ARTS DIVISION CHANGE IN MAJORS 1. Dance Current Status/Proposed Change Dance 3, 5, 71ab, 32ab, 42ab; 8 units from: Dance 22ab*, 23abcd*, 25abcd, 33abcd, 35abcd, 43abcd; 4 units from: Dance 83abcd, (can be taken a maximum of 3 semesters for major credit), 87abcd**, 89abcd; 3 units from: Dance 10, 14ab, 16ab, 18ab, 51ab, 53ab, 61ab, 62abcd; strongly recommended: Dance 72abcd Total units: 26 It is essential for the transfer student to see a counselor for appropriate curriculum. *Most four-year colleges/universities do not accept jazz for transfer credit. **Students are advised that Dance 87abcd is required for transfer students. 2. Current Status/Proposed Change Film, TV, and Electronic Media /Video Television and Media Communications 5, 10, 11, 12, 14, Journalism 1, Photography 51 Film/Video 1, 3, 20, 22; two courses from the following: Television and Media Communications 7, Psychology 5, Speech Communication 7, Television and Media Communications 95abcd (2-4 units) Film/Video 21, 24, 28ab, 32ab, 34ab, 36ab; two courses April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 5
from the following: English 38, Film/Video 95abcd (2-4 units), Photography 51, Theatre 8 Total units: 22-24 25 NEW CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCE 1. Art - Digital Arts A Certificate of Competence will be issued to students completing the required Core Courses and the courses in one of the options, Computer Animation, Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration, motion graphics, or Web design, with a grade point average of B. A minimum of 12 units required for the Certificate of Competence must be completed at El Camino College. Required Core Courses: Art 10ab, 37ab, 41ab, 141abcd, 142abcd, 195ab, Photography 51, 2 units of Art 96abcd or 99abc Computer Animation Option: Art 144abcd, 145abcd, 147abcd; two courses from: Art 17abcd, 31abcd, 82abcd, 146abcd Total units: 36 Digital Photography Option: Photography 1, 2, 23A; two courses from: Art 143abcd, 144abcd, 146abcd, 147abcd, Photography 3, 4 Total units: 38-39 Graphic Design Option: Art 39ab, 40abcd, 143abcd, 146abcd; one course from: Art 29, 87ab Total units: 36 Illustration Option: Art 17ab, 52abcd, 53ab, 54abcd; one course from: Art 19ab, 22ab, 87ab Total units: 36 Motion Graphics Option: Art 144abcd, 145abcd, 147abcd; two courses from: Art 146abcd, Film/Video 20, 22, 28ab Total units: 36 Web Design Option: Art 39ab, 145abcd, 146abcd; two courses from Art 144abcd, 147abcd, Computer Information Systems 133 Total units: 36 2. Film/Video ­ Film/Video Production A minimum of 12 units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 (B) is necessary in the required 21 units. Film/Video 1, 20, 22, 24, 28ab; two courses from the following: Film/Video 21, 32ab, 34ab, 36ab Total units: 21 NEW CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION 1. Art - Digital Arts A Certificate of Completion will be issued to students completing the required Core Courses and the courses in one of the options, Computer Animation, Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration, Motion Graphics, or Web Design, with a grade point average of C. A April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 6
minimum of 12 units required for the Certificate of Completion must be completed at El Camino College. Required Core Courses: Art 10ab, 37ab, 41ab, 141abcd, 142abcd, 195ab, Photography 51, 2 units from Art 96abcd or 99abc Computer Animation Option: Art 144abcd, 145abcd, 147abcd; two courses from: Art 17abcd, 31abcd, 82abcd, 146abcd Total units: 36 Digital Photography Option: Photography 1, 2, 23A; two courses from: Art 143abcd, 144abcd, 146abcd, 147abcd, Photography 3, 4 Total units: 38-39 Graphic Design Option: Art 39ab, 40abcd, 143abcd, 146abcd; one course from: Art 29, 87ab Total units: 36 Illustration Option: Art 17ab, 52abcd, 53ab, 54abcd; one course from: Art 19ab, 22ab, 87ab Total units: 36 Motion Graphics Option: Art 144abcd, 145abcd, 147abcd; two courses from: Art 146abcd, Film/Video 20, 22, 28ab Total units: 36 Web Design Option: Art 39ab, 145abcd, 146abcd; two courses from Art 144abcd, 147abcd, Computer Information Systems 133 Total units: 36 2. Film/Video ­ Film/Video Production A minimum of 12 units must be completed at El Camino College and a grade point average of 3.0 C is necessary in the required 21 units. Film/Video 1, 20, 22, 24, 28ab; two courses from the following: Film/Video 21, 32ab, 34ab, 36ab Total units: 21 HEALTH SCIENCES AND ATHLETICS DIVISION CHANGE IN MAJORS 1. Nursing Current Status/Proposed Change Nursing 49, 60A, 60B, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66A, 66 B, 67, 68 and 69, Anatomy 30 or 32, Physiology 31, Microbiology 33, Psychology 5, Sociology 5, English 1A, 1B, Physical Education 201 (LVN's with a current license are not required to take PE 201). All general education courses and nursing courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C. Total units: 68 2. Radiologic Technology Current Status/Proposed Change April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 7
Radiologic Technology A, 91, 93, 106, 107, 108, 111, 122, 217, 218, 233, 244, 255; Anatomy 32, Medical Assistant 4, Physiology 31, Computer Information Systems 13, Psychology 5 (71 units); other required courses to meet Associate Degree requirements (1014 units) Total units: 81-85 82-86 INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION CHANGE IN MAJORS 1. Administration of Justice At least 50% of the major requirements for the Associate in Science degree must be completed at El Camino College. Administration of Justice 100, 103, 115, 130, 131, 135, 170; plus a minimum of six units from the following: Administration of Justice 70, 95/96abcd (2-4 units), 107, 109, 111, 125, 126, 133, 134, 150, 155, 180 Total units: 27-38 32 2. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 5, 6, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32; Electronics Computer Hardware Technology 11 Total units: 33 38 Recommended electives: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 8, 9, 33, 95abcd; Computer Aided Design/Drafting 5; Computer Information Systems 5, 13; Construction Technology 100; Environmental Technology 100; Machine Tool Technology 16ab; Supervision 27; Technical Mathematics 1; Welding 12ab, 15ab. 3. Cosmetology Completion of a minimum of 38-45 37-46.5 units (1,600 hours) from: Day Program: Cosmetology 1, 2abcd*, 3 * minimum of two semesters Evening Program: Cosmetology 10, 11, 12, 13, 14abcd, 16abcd CHANGE IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCE 1. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration A Certificate of Competence will be granted to the student completing the following courses with a grade average of B. At least 50% of the courses required for the Certificate of Competence must be completed at El Camino College. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 5, 6, 8, 9, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33; Technical Mathematics 1 or qualifying score on the Technical Mathematics Placement Test and assessment. Total units: 41-44 47 April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 8
CHANGE IN CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION 1. Administration of Justice A Certificate of Completion will be granted to students completing the requirements with a grade average of C. At least 50% of the courses required for the Certificate of Completion must be completed at El Camino College. Administration of Justice 100, 103, 115, 130, 131, 135, 170; plus a minimum of six units from the following: Administration of Justice 70, 95/96abcd, 107, 109, 111, 125, 126, 133, 134, 150, 155, 180 Total units: 27-38 32 2. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration A Certificate of Completion will be granted to the student completing the following courses with a grade average of C. At least 50% of the requirements for the Certificate of Completion must be completed at El Camino College. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 5, 6, 8, 9, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33; Technical Mathematics 1 or qualifying score on the Technical Mathematics Placement Test and assessment. Total units: 47 3. Cosmetology A Certificate of Completion will be issued to students completing a minimum of 38-45 3746.5 units (1,600 hours) from the day or evening program with a grade average of C. At least 50% of the requirements for the Certificate of Completion must be completed at El Camino College. Day Program: Cosmetology 1, 2abcd*, 3 * minimum of two semesters Evening Program: Cosmetology 10, 11, 12, 13, 14abcd, 16abcd Students may transfer up to 50% of the Certificate of Completion program they are pursing from another institution. NEW CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OPTIONS 1. Fashion A Certificate of Completion will be granted to the student completing the courses in one of the following options: Fashion Stylist, Costume Technician, or Computer Pattern Making Technician with a grade average of C. At least 50% of the courses required for the Certificate of Completion must be completed at El Camino College. Computer Pattern Making Technician Option: Fashion 11ab, 14, 15ab, 26A, 29ab Total units: 12 Costume Technician Option: Fashion 10ab, 11ab, 17ab, 24abc, 31, 35, 41, Theatre 94, 94L Total units: 21 Fashion Stylist Option: Fashion 10ab, 23, 31, 35, 41, 42 95abcd (2 units) Total units: 18 April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 9
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES DIVISION CHANGE IN MAJOR 1. Mathematics General Mathematics 190, 191; an additional 12 units three courses from any of the following courses: Mathematics 140, 150, 210, 220, 270, 35A, 35B, 36A, 36B, 180; up to two Computer Science courses; Chemistry 1A, Physics 1A; one Computer Science course Total units: 20 21-22 CHANGE IN CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION 1. Computer Science A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to the student who completes the following with a minimum grade of C: Computer Science 1, 2; three courses from Computer Science 3, 4, 5*, 10*, 15P, 23, 25*, 30, 35, 36, 40, 45, 55, 60, Mathematics 210. (*only one course from Computer Science 10 or 25 may be counted toward the certificate) At least 16 17 units for this certificate must be completed at El Camino College. Total units: 20 21 C. BOARD POLICY 4010 (ACADEMIC CALENDAR) -- SECOND READING AND ADOPTION It is recommended that the Board receive for Second Reading and Adoption Board Policy 4010 (Academic Calendar), as shown on page 11. D. REVISED BOARD POLICY 4025 (PHILOSOPHY FOR ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND GENERAL EDUCATION) -- SECOND READING AND ADOPTION It is recommended that the Board receive for Second Reading and Adoption Board Policy 4025 (Philosophy for Associate Degree and General Education), as shown on page 12. April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 10
Board Policy 4010
Academic Calendar
The Superintendent/President shall, in consultation with the appropriate groups, develop and submit to the Board for approval an academic calendar.
Reference: Education Code Section 70902(b)(12) El Camino College Policy Adopted: April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 4025
Philosophy for Associate Degree & General Education
El Camino College recognizes the importance of the individual to the local, state, national, and international communities. The College, through the awarding of an associate degree, strives to create an environment which stimulates greater individual creativity and achievement, personal and social responsibility, as well as ethical and technological awareness. The degree requirements lead students through patterns of learning experiences designed to develop certain capabilities and insights through general education and sufficient depth in a specific field of knowledge. El Camino College recognizes the need to provide a multi-dimensional, multicultural, and integrative general education curriculum as the core of the associate degree. With this objective in mind, El Camino College pledges to develop and maintain a general education curriculum that promotes critical thinking and analytical skills, clear and precise expression, cultural and artistic sensitivity, personal growth, health and self-understanding. General education curriculum will enhance appreciation and understanding of the scientific method and the relationships between science and other human activities. It will also develop an understanding of methods of inquiry regarding human behavior, foster an appreciation of how societies and social groups operate, and develop awareness of the ways people throughout the ages have responded to themselves and the world around them in artistic and cultural creations.
Approved by the College Curriculum Committee: March 27, 2001 Approved by the Academic Senate: May 15, 2001
Reference: Title 5, Section 55805 El Camino College Policy Replaces Board Policy 6121 April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 4025 replaces old Board Policy 6121 Old Board Policy 6121 (The El Camino College Philosophy of Education and Objectives) is not available electronically. This page intentionally left blank. April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 13
Board Policy 4025 replaces old Board Policy 6121 Old Board Policy 6121 (The El Camino College Philosophy of Education and Objectives) is not available electronically. This page intentionally left blank. April 15, 2002 ..........................................................................................Academic Affairs-Page 14
Agenda for the El Camino Community college District Board of Trustees From Student and Community Advancement Patricia F. Caldwell, Ph.D., Vice President Page No. A. Student Field Trips............................................................ 1 B. Spring Convention for Alpha Gamma Sigma.............................. 1 C. National Forensics Tournament.............................................. 1 D. Student Conference............................................................ 2 E. EOP&S Recognition Banquet................................................ 2 F. College Tour.................................................................... 2 G. South Bay Children's Choir Festival......................................... 3 H. International Travel............................................................ 3 I. Grants ­ Information........................................................... 4- 6 J. Board Policy 5110 ­ Counseling ­ First Reading......................... 6, 8 K. Revised Board Policy 5120 ­ Transfer Center ­ First Reading......... 6, 9-10 L. Board Policy 5130 ­ Financial Aid ­ First Reading...................... 6, 11 M. Board Policy 5200 ­ Student health services ­ First Reading......... 6, 12 N. Board Policy 5210 ­ Communicable Disease ­ First Reading......... 6, 13 O. Board Policy 5410 ­ Associated Students Election ­ First Reading... 7, 14 P. Board Policy 5550 ­ Speech: Time, Place, and Manner First Reading.................................................................. 7, 15 Q. Partnership for Excellence 2001-2002 Survey of Local Investments of Partnership Funds......................................................... 7, 16-30 R. California Community Colleges Day...................................... 7 S. California Student Association of Community Colleges Legislative and Leadership Conference................................... 7
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A. STUDENT FIELD TRIPS It is recommended that the Board approve the following student field trips coordinated through the Transfer Center, El Camino College Language Academy, and Project Success. The purposes of the trips are to provide students with university experience as well as cultural enrichment. Additional supervisory staff that may be needed: Cheryl Beverly, Van Nguyen, Lori Losorelli, Marjorie Hall, Emeral Price, and Griselda Castro. April 19, 2002 ­ Giselle Richards, Mulligan's Miniature Golf, Torrance, California. Estimated students 30. Depart 1:30pm; return 7pm. Transportation by bus. April 25, 2002 ­ Sue Oda-Omori and Rene Lozano ­ Charles Drew University, Los Angeles, California. Estimated students 15. Depart 8:30am; return 2:30pm. Transportation by van. May 18, 2002 ­ E. Elaine Moore ­ Allensworth Settlement, Allensworth, California. Estimated students 30. Depart 8am; return 5pm. Transportation by bus. B. SPRING CONVENTION FOR ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA It is recommended that the Board approve the following students to attend the Spring Convention for Alpha Gamma Sigma to be held April 19-21, 2002, at the Doubletree Hotel, San Jose, California. Expenses in the amount of $3,342 for lodging, registration and airfare, to be paid from Alpha Gamma Sigma and ICC Club funds. Students will pay the remainder of their expenses from personal funds. Ms. Jeannine Barba, Advisor. Mandana Basetvat, Veenchel Ednilao, Nada Ghaneian, Mona Hassani Eliana Horeczko, Christopher Nelson, Rajan Mohan, Yuri Osbey, Michael Pichay William Michael Sayers, Carolina Silva, Victoria Wong C. NATIONAL FORENSICS TOURNAMENT It is recommended that the Board approve attendance of the following students at the national Forensics Tournament, Forth Worth, Texas, April 7-14, 2002. Expenses are to be paid as follows: $3,854 from Forensics Auxiliary Services funds, and $1,550 from Special Request Fine Arts Account. Joshua Lawson, Khalid Elshorafa, Carl Uebelhart, Ester Kim, Charles Leone Tamsen Frances, Brian Neesby, Jel Samar, Courtney Bacalso, Renetta Thorne
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D. STUDENT CONFERENCE It is recommended that the Board approve the following students to attend the Women Hold Up Half The Sky Spring 2002 Conference sponsored by the American Association for Women in Community Colleges, April 26, 2002, Irvine Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California. Expenses for registration in the amount of $1,020 to be paid from EOP&S Student Conference funds. Advisors Kathryn Romero and Linda Massarotti: Lizeth Corono, Marla Coronado, Virginia Devoux, Dineeda Hollie, Wanda Holt, An Nguyen, Kathleen Norick, Olinda Rivas, Rosie Sanchez, Barbara Talalemotu, Renetta Thorn, Doris Wilkerson E. EOP&S RECOGNITION BANQUET It is recommended that the Board approve the EOP&S Recognition Banquet for approximately 250 students scheduled May 10, 2002, Crown Plaza Hotel, Redondo Beach, California. The purpose of the banquet is to recognize students who are graduating, transferring, achieved a GPA of 3.0 or above, and scholarship recipients. Expenses in the amount of $15,635 to be paid from EOP&S funds. Advisors: Dawn Reid, Dan LaCoe, Rosalva Amezcua, and Kathryn Romero F. COLLEGE TOUR It is recommended that the Board approve the following El Camino College students to participate in the Black College Educational Student Tour. The tour will include visits to Clark-Atlanta, Morris Brown, Moorehouse, Spelman, Tuskegee, Florida A&M, Southern Xavier, and Dillard Universities, June 23-28, 2002. No expense to the District. Expenses for the tour will be paid by scholarships awarded from Project Success to the students and personal funds. Advisors for the trip are Mr. Gregory Delahoussaye, and Vice President Yasmin Delahoussaye, Los Angeles Valley College: Justin Stewart, Janai Wilson, Latasha Rogers, Tykish Hendricks Jennifer Hardy, and Lauren Johnson
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G. SOUTH BAY CHILDREN'S CHOIR FESTIVAL It is recommended that the Board approve attendance of the South Bay Children's Choir (Music 58abcd and Music 58Labcd) to participate in the International Children's Choir Festival at Canterberry and London, July 29 through August 6, 2002. No expense to the District. It is further recommended that British/ European Specialty Tours, Zionsville, Indiana, be approved as the agency for the South Bay Children's Choir in Canterberry and London, July 29 through August 6, 2002. Advisors: Diane Simons, Director of the South Bay Children's Choir, Bud Bisbee, Assistant Director, Sherry Reed, Accompanist. Other chaperones: Cindy Bullock, Kay Erdman, Laura Fineman, Linda Papermaster, Eva Hyjek, Denise Mitchell, Nomel Takagi, Max Takagi, Gerald Udo, Lilly Insalata, Tricia Kim. Amy Back, Emily Brueck, Kelsey Bullock, Marina Cary, Amanda Erdman, Dara Fineman, Ilana Gat, Sara Hansen, Michelle Hyjek, Lilly Insalata, Steven Johnson, Emily Josephs, Erin Kim, Caroline Lee, Laura Levin, Christina Luca, Catherine Magee, Caitlin Miles, Kristina Minesci, Shea Mitchell, Neva Morikawa, Suzanne Paine, Katie Peters, Wasani Probasco, Rosie Rice, John Schauerman, Liv Scott, Katherlin Shieh, Stephanie Smith, Beau Takagi, Taylor Takagi, Chris Tienan, Kerry Udo, Annie Walsh-Cole, Stephanie Wilkin, Kimberly Williams H. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL It is recommended that the Board approve the following international travels: Ms. Janet Young, to travel to Dnipropetrovsk National University (DNU) in Ukraine, May 29 through June 17, 2002. Ms. Young will participate in the faculty exchange program funded by the Department of State NIS Community College Partnership grant. Ms. Young will assist DNU faculty in developing curricula for their Childhood Education courses and conduct professional development activities for the DNU faculty in the Department of educational psychology and English. All expenses for the trip will be covered from grant funds and are not expected to exceed $5,500. Ms. Judith Norton, to travel to Dnipropetrovsk National University (DNA) in Ukraine, May 29 through June 17, 2002. Ms. Norton will conduct training in online course design for DNU faculty in the Department of Educational Psychology and English, make a presentation at the regional distance education conference, and provide technical assistance to DNU faculty teams currently working on developing online courses. All expenses for the trip will be paid from the NIS Community College Partnership grant funds and are not expected to exceed $5,500.
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I. GRANTS - INFORMATION It is recommended that the Board receive information concerning the following grants.
1. Chancellor's Office ­ Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) (Amendment/Performance Period Extended). The El Camino College CACT will increase outreach capabilities, the size of the ETP Contract and increase the number of in-plant training programs. CACT will also expand the plan and equipment maintenance technician training programs to provide training for the many industries that depend on skilled maintenance technicians. In addition, it will also continue to expand and deliver a newly developed on-line version of statewide and nationally for the collaborative Beverage Equipment Service Technician program "BEST of America."
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency:
$178,875
Amount of College Match (In-kind)
$179,000
Total Amount of Grant
$357,875
Indirect Rate:
($6,879.80) (4%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002
2. Chancellor's Office ­ Center for International Trade Development (Amendment/Performance Period Extended). The El Camino College Center for International Trade Development will address the following objectives in this funding year: 1) Provide in-depth, specialized services that support the strengths described in the purpose statement; 2) Serve targeted clients; 3) Track international trade sales/revenues generated by CITD clients; 4) Set up a tracking system; 5) Assist in developing statewide products for distribution and regional industry/organizational advisory committee(s); 7) Centers should provide outreach to the colleges/districts; 8) Centers should provide outreach to the areas of economic.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
$294,875
Amount of College Match (In-kind)
$171,995
Total Amount of Grant
$466,870
indirect Rate
($11,341.32) (4%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002
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3. Chancellor's Office ­ Community Service Learning. The goal of this project is to research campus and community service-learning needs and interests, and identify ways in which service-learning may be implemented. The Advisory Committee, facilitated by a Project Director, will review existing models for incorporating and institutionalizing service-learning, draft a service-learning vision statement for the campus, establish partnerships with community organizations, plan campus Development Activities, and ultimately recommend a model for coordinated servicelearning efforts to campus administration.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
Amount of College Match
Total Amount of Grant
Indirect Rate
($844.48) (4%)
Performance Period: July 10, 2002 through June 30, 2003
$21,956 $ -0$21,956
4. Chancellor's Office ­ Small Business Development Center (Amendment/Performance Period Extended). Funding for the Small Business Development Center proposal will be used to achieve the following objectives: 1) Identify regional industry clusters and develop workshops and one-on-one counseling, targeted toward developing business in emerging industries; 2) Present Grant Writing classes for potential clients; 3) Prepare workshops and conferences in languages other than English to serve the minority population; 4) Continue to work with other college and university contacts within the service area to attract, retain and expand business; 5) Participate in the development of a Strategic Plan for submission to the Executive Committee, the Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges, and the California Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
$140,550
Amount of College Match (In-kind)
$140,968
Total Amount of Grant
$281,518
Indirect Rate
(5,405.76) (4%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002
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5. Chancellor's Office ­ Workplace Learning Resource Centers (Amendment/ Performance Period Extended). With renewed program funding, El Camino College's Workplace Learning Resource Center will continue to act as a regional resource in workplace training through research, in-service training, and the development and implementation of innovative training methodologies. The Center will utilize an established advisory committee to review and assist the Center with its research efforts to maintain current statistical information on business training needs, alternative funding sources for workplace training programs, and innovative methodologies and practices of workplace instruction. The Center will also promote partnerships with local businesses, government agencies, and other colleges to develop joint projects to deliver workplace skills training to targeted industries and population groups.
Amount of Grant Funding from Granting Agency
$178,875
Amount of College Match (In-kind)
$178,875
Total Amount of Grant
$357,750
Indirect Rate
($6,789.80 (4%)
Performance Period: July 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002
J. BOARD POLICY 5110 ­ COUNSELING ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5110 ­ Counseling as shown on page 8.
K. REVISED BOARD POLICY 5120 ­ TRANSFER CENTER ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5120 ­ Transfer Center as shown on pages 9-10.
L. BOARD POLICY 5130 - FINANCIAL AID ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5130 ­ Financial Aid as shown on page 11.
M. BOARD POLICY 5200 ­ STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5200 ­ Student Health Services as shown on page 12.
N. BOARD POLICY 5210 ­ COMMUNICABLE DISEASE ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5210 ­ Communicable Disease as shown on page 13.
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O. BOARD POLICY 5410 ­ ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ELECTION ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5410 ­ Associated Students Election as shown on page 14.
P. BOARD POLICY 5550 ­ Speech: Time, Place, and Manner ­ First Reading It is recommended that the Board receive for First Reading Board Policy 5550 ­ Speech: Time, Place, and Manner as shown on page 15.
Q. PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE 2001-2002 SURVEY OF LOCAL INVESTMENTS OF PARTNERSHIP FUNDS
It is recommended that the Board approve the Partnership for Excellence Survey of Local Investments of Partnership Funds for El Camino Colleges for fiscal year 2001-2002 as shown on pages 16-30.
R. CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES DAY It is recommended that the Board approve attendance of Ryan McBlaine, of the Associated Student Government and a member of the College Council, Brian Neesby, Ellie Christov, Joshua Dunn, Joshua Lawson, and Glen Chappel, members of the Associated Student Government (ASO), to accompany other members of the College Council and Cabinet to visit with legislators regarding pending budget cuts and other issues, April 30, 2002, Sacramento, California. Expenses for Ryan McBlaine will be paid from the President's Conference account. Expenses for the five additional ASO students will be paid from the Associated Student Government fund.
S. CALIFORNIA STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES LEGISLATIVE AND LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE It is recommended that the Board approve attendance of the following students at the California Student Association of Community Colleges Legislative and Leadership Conference, April 19-21, 2002, at the LAX Westin Hotel, Los Angeles, California. Expenses for registration in the amount of $1,620 will be paid from the Associated Student Conference account. Since this is a local conference, there are no lodging expenses. Parking expenses will be paid from the Associated Students Conference account. Advisor: Harold Tyler.
Joshua Lawson, Andres Valles, Alex Valles, Adriana Puga, Joshua Dunn Pamella Bonasso, Ryan McBlaine, Glen Chappel, An Nguyen Mario Granados, Eden Saldana, Poonwit Wongthai, Diana Zahir
*Please note President Fallo read these additional students in.
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Board Policy 5110
COUNSELING
Counseling services are an essential part of the educational mission of the District. The Superintendent/President shall assure the provision of counseling services including academic, career, and personal counseling that is related to the student's education. Reference: Education Code Section 72620 Title 5, Section 51018
El Camino College Adopted: April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 5120
TRANSFER CENTER
The El Camino Community College District shall recognize transfer as one of its primary missions. The Transfer Center shall be committed to the development of activities and services that identify and increase the number of students who choose to transfer and are prepared to transfer, and shall monitor the effectiveness of those services. Reference: Title 5, Section 51027
El Camino College Adopted: Replaces Board Policy 6202
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TRANSFER CENTER
6202
The El Camino Community College District shall recognize transfer as one of its primary missions. The Transfer Center shall be committed to the development of activities and services that identify and increase the number of students who choose to transfer and are prepared to transfer, and shall monitor the effectiveness of those services. Priority shall be placed on the preparation and transfer of students from economically disadvantaged families and students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds.
El Camino College Policy Adopted: October 30, 2000
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Board Policy 5130
FINANCIAL AID
Financial Aid programs, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study, will be available to students. All financial aid programs will adhere to the guidelines, procedures and standards of the funding agency and will incorporate federal, state and other applicable regulatory requirements. The Superintendent/President shall assure that satisfactory academic progress standards for all participants in Title IV of the Higher Education Act are established, publicized and applied. Reference: 20 U.S.C. Sections 1070, et esq. 34 CFR Section 668 Education Code Section 76300
El Camino College Adopted: April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 5200
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Student health services shall be provided in order to contribute to the education aims of students by promoting physical and emotional well being through health oriented programs and services.
Reference: Education Code Section 76401
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Board Policy 5210
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
The Superintendent/President shall assure that procedures necessary to assure cooperation with local public health officials in measures necessary for the prevention and control of communicable diseases in students are established. Reference: Education Code Section 76403
El Camino College Adopted:
April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 5410
ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ELECTION
The Associated Students Organization shall conduct annual elections to elect officers. The Superintendent/President shall assure that the elections are conducted in accordance with procedures established by the Associated Students Organization and Student Development Office. Any student elected as an officer in the Associated Students Organization shall meet all of the following requirements: 1. The student shall be enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester units at the time of election and while holding office.
2. The student shall meet and maintain the minimum standards of scholarship established by Board Policy 4220 and related administrative procedures. 3. Any other requirements established by the Associated Students Constitution.
Reference: Education Code Section 76061 Associated Students Constitution as Amended
El Camino College Adopted:
April 15, 2002
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Board Policy 5550
SPEECH: Time, Place, and Manner
The El Camino Community College campus is not for public forums, except for those areas designated as Free Speech Areas, which are limited public forums. The Superintendent/President shall enact administrative procedures, as are necessary to reasonably regulate the time, place and manner of the exercise of free expression in the limited public forums. The administrative procedures shall not prohibit the right of students and non-students to exercise free expression, including but not limited to the use of bulletin boards designated for such use. The distribution of printed materials or petitions in those parts of the College designated as Free Speech Areas, and the wearing of buttons, badges, or other insignia shall not be prohibited. Students and non-students shall be free to exercise their rights of free expression, subject to the requirements of this policy. Equal access and equal opportunity shall be provided to all racial, religious, political, and social groups. Speech that is defamatory or obscene according to current Legal Standards, or which so incites others as to create a clear and present danger of the commission or unlawful acts on District property shall be prohibited. The violation of District policies and procedures or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the District is also prohibited. Nothing in this policy shall prohibit the regulation of hate speech so long as the regulation conforms to the requirements of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, and of Section 2, Article 1 of the California Constitution. Students may be disciplined for harassment, threats, intimidation, or hate speech unless such speech is constitutionally protected. Reference: United States Constitution, Amendment 1 California Constitution, Article 1, Section 2 Education Code Section 76120
El Camino College Adopted:
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PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE 2001-2002 Survey of Local Investments of Partnership Funds
Recently, the California Community College Chancellor's Office required all colleges to submit a "compliance survey" showing planned expenditures for all Partnership for Excellence (PFE) projects for the 2001-2002 academic year. It was also required that all local Boards of Trustees certify review of the survey that was submitted. To make it easier for all to understand the survey, the report that follows also includes descriptions of each project.
FY 2001-2002 Allocation FY 2001-2002 Budget Amount FY 2001-2002 Unbudgeted Allocation
$5,274,926
$5,258,812
$16,114
P4E Goal: Transfer
Comprehensive Transfer Center: This project is designed to increase by student usage of the Transfer Center this year over last year, to increase the number of transfer students to UC and CSU, and to increase the number of transfer services and activities by 15 in 20012002. Included in the Comprehensive Transfer Center is the Honors Transfer Program, which is designed to increase the number of El Camino College students who successfully transfer by 10% for Spring 2002 and Fall 2002-2003. Special events, workshops and targeted mailings will help achieve these objectives. PFE funds are being used to purchase additional counseling time to assist in transfer and retention.
Counselors, Other Clerical Secretarial Technical Related Employee Benefits Supplies Conferences Transportation New Equipment ­ Non-instructional
62,500 28,000 104,796 43,559 1,085 500 2,000 415 242,855
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Science Bridge Program: This project, in partnership with UCLA, is designed to aid students in their transfer to a university as a science or math major. The program is targeted to historically underrepresented students, but all are invited to participate. PFE funds a faculty coordinator and four student research stipends during UCLA's summer research program.
Instructor, Non-instructional Assignment 1,000
Supplies
2,000
Contract Services
300
PSA Contract Services
6,200
Transportation
500
10,000
School Health Clerk / Special Education Assistant Certificate Program: PFE funds are
being used to develop new curricula for these two new certificate programs to be offered
by the nursing department. There are currently 42 students enrolled in the new courses for
the School Health Clerk Program. In May 2002, there may be 3-4 students receiving
School Health Clerk completion certificates. The Special Education Assistant curriculum
is still in the development stage. These programs will increase the numbers of students
receiving certificates.
Instructor Non-instructional Assignment 21,205
Student Workers
795
Non-instructional Temp/ Part-Time
4,400
Supplies
2,400
PSA Contract Services
10,000
Conferences Other
2,000
Postage
900
New Equipment ­ Instructional
3,300
45,000
P4E Goal: Degrees and Certificates Degree/Transfer Audit Clerks: The hiring of two audit clerks in the Admissions and Records office will increase the number of students receiving degrees and certificates. The auditing of former students' educational records will enable the clerks to determine which students were eligible for degrees and certificates and have them awarded automatically. Students' eligibility for transfer will also be determined and students will be informed of their readiness.
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Clerical Secretarial Technical Related Employee Benefits Supplies Contract Services Reproduction Instructional New Equipment ­ Non-instructional
22,000 29,500 16,000 1,000 500 200 800 70,000
Records Systems Clerk: With an increased emphasis on transfer, there will be an increased need for the expeditious processing of transfer requests. The hiring of a records clerk assigned specifically to handling these requests will improve the processing time to five business days. Increased student satisfaction will be an additional benefit.
Clerical Secretarial
26,000
Employee Benefits
8,000
Supplies
500
Reproduction Instructional
100
New Equipment ­ Non-instructional
400
35,000
CISCO Academy: The Computer Information Systems faculty and college technical support
personnel have completed a Certified CISCO Local Academy. The academy will provide students
with skills and tools needed to install, configure and maintain the current state-of-the-art Internet-
based networking technologies according to the guidelines set forth by Cisco Systems, the largest
supplier of Internet-based infrastructure technologies. A faculty member has been trained and
certified by CISCO, and a new curriculum has been developed. The academy will increase the
number of students receiving certificates. All sections of the first and second semester of the
CISCO Academy were at capacity of 44 students. Because there were over 100 students wanting
to enroll in the class the first time it was offered, another section was added to accommodate the
demand. At the end of Spring 2002, all four semesters of CISCO will have been offered.
Supplies Conferences Other License Fee / Site Licenses New Equipment ­ Instructional
10,000 10,000 3,000 220,000 243,000
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entertainment technology Lighting Lab: The Fine Arts Department has created a lighting lab / black box theater and developed a new curriculum to train students in Entertainment Lighting, an emerging area of technology. The College Curriculum Committee and the Board of Trustees have approved a certificate program and curriculum, and the application for program approval is scheduled for submission to the Chancellor's Office by May 2002.
New Equipment ­ Instructional
8,500
P4E Goal: Workforce Development
Culinary Arts Certification / Cafeteria Project: Designed for CalWORKS and Workforce Investment Board (WIB) referred students, this not-for-credit food service instructional program prepares students for jobs in the restaurant and catering industries. This year 36 students have been trained and placed in jobs upon certification. This program also supports the for-credit culinary arts instructional program, which has seen 113 students enrolled in the various classes offered in 2001-2002. PFE funding has been allocated to upgrade the equipment in the cafeteria kitchen so that the instructional program can be offered.
Project Director
5,000
Non-Instructional Temp/ Part-Time 39,400
Employee Benefits
4,440
Supplies
12,210
Contract Services
14,800
Conferences Other
1,850
New Equipment ­ Non-instructional 33,300
111,000
Marketing Presence for Community Advancement: This project aims to increase the
number of individuals, employees, and businesses served by the entire community
advancement division. At this time, 2,794 businesses have benefited from contract
training from the Business Training Center (BTC) initiatives; 2,646 employees have
benefited from contract training through the BTC initiatives; and 1,485 individuals have
received fee-based training. Increased marketing, brochures, newsletters and so forth are
helping to accomplish this objective.
Special Projects Temp Class Admin. Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Employee Benefits Multi-Media Advertising
35,000 4,000 3,900 57,100 100,000
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P4E Goal: Basic Skills Improvement
Transition Center for Students (Inglewood Center): The purpose for establishing the Inglewood Center is for El Camino College to offer educational programs and services that will allow citizens (1) the opportunity to assess their career interests and academic skill levels, (2) to engage in career counseling and planning, (3) to improve their precollegiate skills so that they might successfully transition into regular college programs leading to degrees or certificates, and (4) to have access to and training in the use of technology that will assist them in being successful students, parents, and citizens. The Center will open May 3, 2002.
Directors Counselors ­ Other Clerical Secretarial Employee Benefits Supplies Software Conferences Other Lights and Power Telephone Copiers Building Rental Remodeling Off Campus Lease License Fee / Site Licenses Site Improvements New Equipment ­ Instructional New Computer Equip. ­ Instructional New Equipment ­ Non-Instructional New Computer Equip. ­ Non-Instructional
38,129 26,932 13,691 14,094 17,500 25,000 2,500 6,000 3,000 4,100 41,250 15,000 5,000 58,734 58,170 50,000 70,900 50,000 500,000
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Reading/Computer Assisted Instruction Lab Support: The creation of a 100-station computer assisted instruction lab, designed to enable a 15% increase in student retention and improvement in reading, is being funded with PFE dollars. Matching computer/teaching stations in four reading classrooms, the LMTC, and the computer lab coordinator's office are also being installed. Lab assistants to provide coverage from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm daily are also being funded.
Release Time-Non-instructional Non-instructional Temp/Part-time Employee Benefits Supplies
18,750 47,300 8,450 7,500 82,000
P4E Goal: Successful Course Completion
Planetarium Director: By hiring a planetarium director, the astronomy program aims to increase the number of students successfully completing astronomy courses. A job description was written and board approved; however, the search for this position has been postponed due to the suspension of hiring.
Director Employee Benefits
58,972 16,275 75,247
MCS 111 Computer Lab Upgrade: All computers and software in this lab will be upgraded to a level that is comparable to state-of-the-art technology used in the private sector. New network technology certification programs such as Microsoft's MCSE, Novell's CNE and CompTIA's A+ programs will be added to the curriculum. The new technology and updated course content will meet student demand for better 21st century computer skills and motivate them to successfully complete their programs.
Supplies
400
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EOP&S Student Service Technician: PFE funds have been used to provide assistance in recruitment efforts targeted to four high schools in Inglewood and Centinela Valley. Classroom presentations, particularly to ESL classes, and assistance to students in meeting admissions and eligibility requirements will help to increase the number of under-represented and first generation college students from this area.
Technical Related Employee Benefits
24,858 5,725 30,583
Learning Resource Center (LRC) Tutoring Project: This project aims to increase students' retention and successful completion (A, B, or C grade) of their coursework by offering tutoring assistance. 93% of students receiving tutoring assistance indicated on a recent survey that they believe the assistance they received enabled them to successfully complete their coursework.
Student Workers/ Tutors Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Employee Benefits
48,500 14,568 6,932 70,000
LRC/Library Media Technology Center (LMTC) Staffing Project: The aim of this project is to increase students' successful course completion through the assistance provided by the LMTC. The LMTC houses 170 computer workstations and a full range of resources including color and laser printing, scanning, adaptive access tools, and full Internet access. "Check-in" statistics show more than 42,000 user visits annually. PFE funds provide 9000 annual hours of staff support to assist students and maintain equipment.
Special Project Temp Class Administrator Student Workers/ Tutors Non-Instructional Temp/ Part-Time Employee Benefits
32,270 1,980 28,909 6,841 70,000
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Computer Assisted Instruction Lab/Writing Center--Staff Support: In its third year, this project has established computer assisted instruction in English courses with an emphasis on writing. Twenty sections of English courses are currently taught in the lab. Student retention in English courses, and successful course completion are among the aims of this project.
Release Time ­ Non-Instructional Instructional Salaries ­ Special Program Student Workers ­ Tutors Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Employee Benefits Supplies
34,583 3,900 56,554 17,316 14,647 3,000 130,000
Experimental Student Learning Communities: This project is attempting to pull together all existing learning communities (e.g., Puente, Project Success, MESA, Teacher Prep, First Year Experience) for dialogue and sharing of best practices. New learning communities may be developed to meet special needs. The project will also attempt to reduce duplication of efforts through integration and coordination. Coordination of campus tutorial programs will be addressed by this project.
Release Time ­ Non-instructional Counselors ­ Other Instructor Non-instructional Assignment Student Workers Student Workers ­ Tutors Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Employee Benefits Supplies PSA Contract Services Conferences Other Other Services and Expenses Site Improvements New Equipment ­ Non-instructional
63,128 36,837 31,193 1,000 9,000 17,933 19,909 14,000 17,000 43,000 4,000 91,000 15,000 363,000
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Combination of Two or More P4E Goals:
Maximizing Math Potential: This project is a combination of three Math Department PFE projects (Twelve Step-Basic Math Skills, Transfer Math Tutoring Program, and Mathematics Program). The purpose of the project is to provide Math tutoring to students at all levels using Student Certificated Tutors and Math Faculty to increase course completion, basic skills, and transfer-ready students. To accomplish this, the PFE funds will help to expand the Math Tutoring Lab, provide classroom tutors for instructors and training for the tutors, improve instructor resources, provide staff development, establish an Early Alert Intervention Program, establish a "Threepeater's Program, provide supplemental instruction and academic excellence workshops, and develop Math Department Eight Coaches (mentors) to ensure consistency in course content and quality for eight courses.
Coordinators / Supervisors Special Project Temp Class Admin. Technical Related Instructional Aide ­ Technical Related Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Employee Benefits Supplies Computer Software Account License Fee / Site Licenses Site Improvements New Equipment ­ Instructional
93,390 65,000 58,245 11,681 40,730 33,454 9,000 6,000 22,500 30,000 10,000 380,000
Fifteen Full-Time Faculty: Recognizing that full-time faculty contribute to all of the PFE goals, PFE funds were set aside to hire fifteen additional full-time faculty in the 20012002 academic year.
Instructional Salaries
789,302
Employee Benefits
157,860
New Equipment ­ Instructional
15,786
962,948
Super VGA Projectors for Bus 3, Bus 5, and Bus 7: Ceiling mount projection systems and
wall mount speakers are being installed in these business classrooms to enable the faculty
to use their laptop computers to present publisher-supplied and instructor-created
multimedia presentations. These updated, alternative instructional delivery systems make
classes more interesting and model the use of the types of equipment students will be
expected to use in the workplace.
New Equipment ­ Instructional
1,650
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Art B320 and 322 Computer Lab Upgrade: The Division Dean in cooperation with the Computer Information Systems faculty and college technical support personnel will upgrade all computers and software to a level that is comparable to state-of-the-art technology used in the private sector.
New Equipment ­ Instructional
550
Computer Lab Technician Supporting Fine Arts: The aim of this project is to continue the funding for the computer lab technician who supports one new lab and two enhanced labs for the Fine Arts Division. The computer lab technician has researched servers, printers, software, networking, and other equipment necessary for the PFE Computer Art Printer Upgrade and provides information for the faculty to make informed decisions on the best options for an effective digital arts program.
Technical Related Employee Benefits
40,000 11,415 51,415
English as a second language Assessment Coordinator: PFE funds have been used to continue supporting the ESL Assessment Coordinator position. This person has coordinated the ESL assessment process including the development and validation of a listening / speaking / pronunciation test. She has developed outreach materials for adult schools, created a resource binder for all ESL faculty, and compiled a Part-Time Faculty Handbook and Orientation Guide for new faculty members to familiarize them with the ESL Program and curriculum. Improved student placement will increase student retention and course completion.
Program Coordinator Employee Benefits
36,600 7,400 44,000
Alondra Park Island Project: A service learning project designed to improve students' understanding of subject matter, students in biology and horticulture classes practice their classroom skills by developing and maintaining a native plant garden at Alondra Park. The hands-on learning activity also promotes retention and contributes to students' successful course completion.
Instructional Salaries ­ Special Program Supplies New Equipment ­ Instructional
2,520 1,410 1,070 5,000
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Program for Accelerated College Education (PACE): Primarily a transfer-oriented program, and designed to meet the needs of mature, working adults, PACE will assist the college in meeting its goals in successful course completion, numbers of degrees, and numbers of transfers. The director will also coordinate the weekend college program. A position description for the director has been Board approved; however, the search to fill this position has been postponed due to the suspension of hiring.
Director Counselors ­ Other Employee Benefits
75,000 114,182 10,818 200,000
Student Web Interns: This project is designed to both support El Camino's technology plan as well as increase the skills and employability of the students who participate in this program. A corps of students is being trained to create, maintain and support web and multimedia technology throughout the campus, but especially for non-online classes and for programs that focus on student success. Students in the program are also receiving CCE (work experience) credit focusing on both computer graphics and computer information systems.
Student Workers Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time Overtime Employee Benefits Computer Software Account Supplies Conferences Other New Equipment ­ Instructional
21,000 3,000 4,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 1,000 2,000 35,000
Coordinator, High School Recruitment Counselors: PFE funds have been used to pay for the release time of an experienced counselor to coordinate the high school recruitment counselor program.
Release Time ­ Non-Instructional Employee Benefits
93,060 15,240 108,300
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Fine Arts Computer Lab Upgrade/ Multimedia Certificate Program: The art department, in cooperation with Technical Arts, the LMTC, and Information Technology Services, plans to completely upgrade the projection and computer equipment, furniture, software and peripherals in Art 5 and TA 251. The upgrade will not only provide updated equipment and content for existing courses, but will support the development of a new multimedia certificate program.
Computer Software Account
34,399
Site Improvements
23,380
New Equipment ­ Instructional
3,021
60,800
Fine Arts--LCD Projectors for Art, Music and Speech Classrooms: New projection
systems have been purchased and installation will be completed in June 2002 in ten fine
arts classrooms to the benefit of programs in art history, music and speech. Better, more
modern presentation of visual material will stimulate student interest and enhance
students' willingness to complete their courses.
New Equipment ­ Instructional
31,500
High School Recruitment Counselors: This program has placed El Camino College counselors in local high schools. The purpose of the program is to encourage students to attend college, provide career and college information (particularly information about El Camino College) and ease the transition from high school to college.
Counselors - Other Student Workers Employee Benefits Supplies Transportation
219,160 9,960 10,138 2,600 600 242,458
Office of Institutional Research: PFE funds pay part of the salaries of the Director of Institutional Research and one research analyst. This is appropriate because of the number of reports produced by the research office that are related to PFE. The researchers are also involved in assessing all PFE proposals for their potential accountability to the intent of Partnership for Excellence goals.
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Management
75,302
Research Analyst
54,404
Employee Benefits
26,000
Other Books
500
Publications, Periodicals, and Magazines 250
Supplies
5,500
Contract Services
1,500
Transportation, Mileage, and Parking
150
Conferences Management
4,000
Conferences Other
3,000
Dues and Memberships
500
New Equipment ­ Non-Instructional 1,600
172,706
Ongoing Support for Puente: The successful Puente Project increases the success of students and prepares them for transfer. PFE funds are being used for tutorial services and will result in 86-88% of students successfully completing English, Academic Strategies, Human Development, and History courses.
Student Workers Supplies PSA Contract Services Transportation Field Trip Expense
6,200 500 3,000 5,000 300 15,000
Technology Plan Support: PFE funds are being earmarked to replace computers used by students that are at least three years old. Funds will also be used to upgrade software in academic computer labs.
New Equipment ­ Instructional Replacement Equipment ­ Instructional New Equipment ­ Non-Instruction
74,177 351,646 74,177 500,000
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Inglewood Fire Academy (Training Site): The primary justification for purchase of the site was to protect the district's interest in maintaining the Fire and Emergency Technology instructional program. The students enrolled in the program contribute significantly to the degrees, certificates and course completions and serve the public safety community by providing in-service training and referring qualified candidates for employment. The acquisition of the training center allows the instructional program to maintain stability and provides growth opportunities for additional enrollment, new courses and increasing the number of course completions and program completions. New program certificates are in the curriculum approval process, which should produce at least 200 additional certificate completions each year.
Instructional Salaries
37,200
Release Time ­ Non-Instructional
20,100
Instructional Aide ­ Technical Related
15,000
Non-Instructional Temp/Part-Time
19,000
Employees Benefits
17,700
Supplies
9,500
Repairs Parts and Supplies
3,000
Utilities and Housekeeping Services
7,600
Waste Disposal
3,000
Repairs ­ Instructional
18,300
Other Services and Expenses
5,700
New Equipment ­ Instructional
41,200
New Equipment ­ Non-Instructional
1,700
199,000
Project Success: The purpose of this program is to help students successfully complete their math
classes the first time they take the class through the use of weekly tutoring sessions. With this
assistance, it is expected that 40% of the students who participate in Project Success will be
eligible for or surpass the college level math.
Student Workers Student Workers ­ Tutors PSA Contract Services Conferences Other Transportation
7,500 10,400 500 1,000 3,500 22,900
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Laptops for New Faculty: Partnership for Excellence funds were used to purchase laptop computers for new faculty members to assist them in preparing class lectures, tests, assignments, and presentations for their students.
Equipment ­ Instructional
39,000
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Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Administrative Services
INDEX - ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Page No.
A. 2002 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANS)...........................................1 B. Contracts Valued at $50,000 or Higher..................................................................1 C. Bid 2001-09/Miscellaneous Construction Projects ................................................2 D. Credit By Examination ...........................................................................................2* E. Winter Session Parking Fee ..................................................................................2 F. Five-Year Construction Plan ..................................................................................3 G. Purchase Orders......................................................................................................4 *Please note item D was withdrawn, and no substitutions were made.
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A. 2002 TAX AND REVENUE ANTICIPATION NOTES (TRANS)
It is requested that the Board authorize the issuance of Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes on July 1, 2002, for the 2002-03 fiscal year. Issues will not exceed $10 million, and the District will participate in the 2002 Community College League of California TRANs Program.
B. CONTRACTS VALUED AT $50,000 OR HIGHER
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees, in accordance with Board Policy 6530, approve the District entering into the following agreements with the following contractors and that the Vice President - Administrative Services or his designee be authorized to execute the necessary documents.
1. Bond Counsel Services ­ Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth will provide legal services related to the bond issue on a contingency basis, at an hourly rate structure acceptable to the District.
2. Public Information Campaign Services ­ The Lew Edwards Group will provide public information bond campaign services to assess feasibility and to build community awareness of the District's facility needs. Cost: $35,000 (plus expenses) for services provided prior to 07/22/02, with subsequent services and fees negotiable.
3. Bond Underwriting Services ­ RBC Daine Rauscher and Salomon Smith Barney will each provide bond investment banking (underwriting) services to include purchasing bonds, structuring the bonds, rating the bonds and selling the bonds. Fees and commission rates for both companies will be negotiated on a contingency basis, subject to bond passage.
4. MAAS Companies, LLC ­ Provide facilities and educational bond planning services in conjunction with District staff and other District consultants.
Date 3/15/2002 ­ 12/31/2003
Cost: NTE $49,500 41-55130-00-71000-9916
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C. BID 2001-09/MISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
It is recommended that the following two general contractors be awarded agreements for miscellaneous types of remodeling and facility upgrades for the District in accordance with the specifications, terms, and conditions, of the above named bid. The projects will range in value from $15,000.00 to $300,000.00 per project. The contractors will rotate construction assignments throughout the school year over a three (3) year contract period. At the discretion of the District, this bid may be extended with the same contractor(s) for two (2) additional one-year periods, not to exceed a total of five (5) years.
P.O. #
Vendor
Bid Amount
TBD
West Star Construction Inc. [2],[3] Mark-up on direct Costs, 9% (nine-percent)
TBD
C.A. Granger Construction Inc. [3]
Mark-up on direct Costs, 15% (fifteen-percent)
Other Bidders: Garcia-Bentley Construction Inc. [no response to Affirmative Action Code Request]; Ryco Construction Inc. [2],[3].
"No Bid" Responses: None
Non-Respondents: Sturgeon General; Echeverry Construction; Bilan Construction ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Affirmative Action Status Codes: [1] Minority owned/Disadvantaged business; [2] Woman-owned business; [3] Small Business enterprise; [4] Other; [5] None of the above; [8] Disabled Veteran enterprise
D. CREDIT BY EXAMINATION It is recommended that the Board amend Management Procedure 2008, Credit by Examination, adopted May 22, 2001, as follows:
III. Procedures 3. Resident students will pay the same amount per unit as the current enrollment fee. Non-resident students will pay this same amount and the current appropriate non-resident fee. These fees are nonrefundable and payable at the Records Office. Students involved in the high school/SCROC articulated programs would be exempted from paying this fee.* *Please note item D was withdrawn, and no substitutions were made. E. WINTER SESSION PARKING FEE It is recommended that the Board of Trustees establish a parking fee for the newly created Winter Session effective January 2003. As per Education Code 76360, it is recommended that parking fee be established at the rate of $20 for the Winter Session.
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F. FIVE-YEAR CONSTRUCTION PLAN It is recommended the Board approve the 2004-2008 Five-Year Construction Plan. Background: On May 1st of each year, the College District is required to submit a 5-Year Capital Construction Plan and any related Final Project Proposals (FPPs) to the California Community College Chancellor's Office.
This year's 5-Year plan is for projects that may be eligible for state funding during the 2004-2008 time period.
State funding for the new projects listed in the plan is dependent upon passage of the November 2002 state-wide bond issue. With the submittal of this Plan and the accompanying Final Project Proposal, the District is recommending to the Chancellor's Office that, if funds become available, this project meets the state mandated criteria for new projects and is eligible for state funding. It is important to emphasize that the submittal of the 5-Year Plan to the state is but one step in the long-term Facilities Master Planning process currently occurring at the College. State funding, alone, will not achieve the goals outlined in the Facilities Master Plan. However, state funding is an integral part of the proposed funding strategy being developed for the implementation of the Master Plan. The time line from the state is such that this 5-Year plan must be submitted prior to the completion of the District's financial strategy for the Facilities Master Plan. Receipt of state funding is greatly enhanced if local districts are able to provide matching funds.
The funding strategy for the Facilities Master Plan will be discussed in greater detail as a separate Board item.
YEAR 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
PROJECT Science Complex Renovation ­ Construction Architectural Barrier Removal - Preliminary plans and working drawings Learning Resource Center Addition ­ Plans and Working Drawings Architectural Barrier Removal ­ Construction Learning Resource Center Addition ­ Construction Humanities Complex Replacement - Preliminary plans and working drawings Child Development Center - Preliminary plans and working drawings Remodel For Efficiency - Preliminary plans and working drawings Learning Resource Center Addition ­ Equipment Humanities Complex Replacement - Construction Child Development Center - Construction Remodel For Efficiency - Construction Humanities Complex Replacement - Equipment Child Development Center - Equipment
AMOUNT $13,532,000 $98,000 $467,000 $1,401,000 $5,766,000 $1,063,000 $169,000 $687,000 $868,000 $10,000,000 $2,100,000 $1,800,000 $2,200,000 $206,000
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G. PURCHASE ORDERS It is recommended that all purchase orders be ratified as shown.
Run Date 4/1/02
El Camino Community College District BOARD OF TRUSTEES PURCHASE ORDER LISTING Meeting Date : 4-15-2002
The following purchase orders have been issued in accordance with the District's purchasing policy and authorization of the Board of Trustees. It is recommended that the following purchase orders be approved and that payment be authorized upon delivery and acceptance of the items ordered.
P.O. Number P0042970 P0043060 P0043084 P0043101 P0043128 P0043148 P0043151 P0043157 P0043167 P0043179 P0043182 P0043188 P0043190 P0043192 P0043204 P0043217 P0043225 P0043228 P0043232 P0043248 P0043251 P0043252 P0043253 P0043254 P0043255 P0043256 P0043257 P0043258 P0043259 P0043260 P0043261 P0043263 P0043264 P0043265 P0043266 P0043267 P0043268 P0043269
Vendor Name Paton & Associates Virco Manufacturing Corp. New Century Education Corp. California Map & Travel New Era Solutions Wired Accessories Knorr Systems Inc. Presenting Solutions Assist Design Quark Distr. Inc. Apple Computer, Inc. Sargent Welch Scientific Corporate Business Interiors Community College League of Calif Eportables.Com CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. Laminating Service Inc. AMI Electrical & Telecom, Inc. School World Software Dell Marketing L. P. Charles Turner Bill Georges One America Matt Alquiza Dawn Huntoon Kim Deshazo Wray Printing Nafsa Aie Region Xii Southern El Camino College Warehouse Enterprise Ana Jara, Intl Ed. Center Delphin Computer Supply Hewlett Packard Parts Direct CQIN Wray Printing Hitt Marking Devices Delphin Computer Supply Wray Printing
Site Name 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS Community Education EARTH SCIENCEs VATEA I &T Health, Safety Pool Fin Aid Outreach and Counseling Office Public Information Public Information Physics 00-01 P4E EXPANDED Division Office Huma VATEA Business Educa Purchasing and Busin Earth Sciences 00-01 P4E CISCO ACAD Public Information V.P. Academic Affair Fine Arts Fine Arts Staff Diversity Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE El Camino Language Administrative Of Ju P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA International Student Technical Services Information Tech. Staff Development Recruitment/School Admissions/Records VP-SCA Admissions/Records
Description
Cost
Computer Software Account $2,511.40
New Equipment ­ Instruc. $6,118.19
License Fee/Site Licenses $10,005.00
Supplies
$93.53
New Equipment ­ Instruc. $5,183.02
Supplies
$27.06
Supplies
$74.22
New Computer Equipment-No $2,335.37
Supplies
$320.42
New Equipment ­ Noninstruc. $542.95
New Equipment ­ Noninstruc. $3,865.61
Supplies
$353.72
New Equipment ­ Noninstruc. $1,317.40
Supplies
$18.92
Supplies
$1,612.93
Self Insurance Legal Fees $16,020.91
Supplies
$492.11
Site Improvements
$3,000.00
New Equipment ­ Noninstruc. $319.34
New Computer Equipment-No $8,437.01
Supplies
$50.00
Supplies
$50.00
Supplies
$280.00
Supplies
$50.00
Supplies
$50.00
Supplies
$50.00
Supplies
$38.97
Conferences Mgmt
$180.00
Supplies
$26.20
Transportation
$79.99
Conferences Mgmt
$60.00
Repairs Parts And Supplies $569.31
Maintenance Contracts
$1,924.00
Conferences Mgmt
$350.00
Supplies
$155.88
Supplies
$31.40
Supplies
$383.60
Supplies
$38.97
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P0043270 P0043271 P0043272 P0043273 P0043274 P0043275 P0043276 P0043277 P0043278 P0043279 P0043280 P0043281 P0043282 P0043283 P0043284 P0043285 P0043286 P0043287 P0043288 P0043289 P0043290 P0043291 P0043292 P0043293 P0043295 P0043296 P0043298 P0043299 P0043300 P0043301 P0043302 P0043303 P0043304 P0043305 P0043306 P0043307 P0043308 P0043309 P0043310 P0043311 P0043312 P0043313 P0043314 P0043315 P0043316 P0043317 P0043318 P0043319 P0043320 P0043321 P0043322 P0043323 P0043324 P0043325 P0043326 P0043327 P0043328 P0043329 P0043330 P0043331 P0043333
Sbdc-Torrance Ecc Food Service-Catering El Camino College Warehouse Xpedx Delphin Computer Supply Department of Social Services Terry Newman Homeboy Silkscreen Radisson Hotel At la Airport Solutionwhere, Inc. The Graphic Corps The Graphic Corps The Graphic Corps American Express Travel Sandra de Mos New Century Education Corp. Yotam Ravid Collins & Aikman Karcher Environmental Robinsons Fertilizer Dell Marketing L. P. Rose & Tuck, Llc Sky and Telescope Montgomery Hardware Company Tim Newkirk El Camino College Warehouse Major League Music American Express Travel Related S Westcoast Sound, Inc. Keenan & Associates Ecc Food Service-Catering American Industrial Supply, Inc. Fortune Magazine California Community College Leag Ecc Food Service-Catering Acey Decy Equipment Lomita Plaster Company Ward's Biology South Bay Theme Parties Lab Safety Supply Company Smart Computing Customer Renewals El Camino College Warehouse Borden Decal Co., Inc. Johnson Company Borden Decal Co., Inc. UC Regents Anderson School, Exec. Kc/Actf Xxxv Ecc Food Service-Catering El Camino College Warehouse A One Florist Ron Way Astronomical Soc. of the Pacific Vwr Science Corporation Sandra de Mos Sandra de Mos Promo Unlimited La Office of Education Staples Empire Cleaning Supply Southern Cal Air Conditioning Leo A. Meyer Associates, Inc.
April 15, 2002
SBDC CITD Recruitment/School Copy Center Copy Center Torrance Program Inc CDC Contract Education 00-01 Modeling Appro CACT Partnership CACT Partnership 00-01 P4E MARKETING 00-01 P4E MARKETING 00-01 P4E MARKETING Staff Development CDC CalWORKs Pool Facilities/Planning Hazmat Disposal Health Sciences TITLE V - ECC Indivi Information Tech. Astronomy Lock Systems Repairs Fine Arts Financial Aid Student Affairs TITLE V - ECC Indivi Student Affairs Purchasing and Busin Student Affairs Carpenter Shop Presidents Office Presidents Office Humanities Ctr for Arts Adm Pub Grounds Earth Sciences Student Affairs Earth Sciences Campus Police Depart Copy Center Parking-Student Perm Health, Safety Parking-Student Perm SBDC T&C 01/01/99 Fine Arts VTEA Title II Tech Contract Education Student Affairs I&T Div Ofc Astronomy Astronomy CDC CDC Restricted Staff Dev Restricted Staff Dev Mathematics Operations Facilities/Planning CalWORKs
Postage Conferences Mgmt Supplies Supplies New Computer Equipment-No Other Services And Expense Visa/Mastercard Fees Supplies Supplies Reproduction - Noninstruc Multi Media Advertising Multi Media Advertising Multi Media Advertising Conferences Mgmt Conferences Mgmt License Fee/Site Licenses Supplies Repairs Noninstructional Other Services And Expense Liabilities/Fundraising New Computer Equipment-No Contract Services Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Other Rentals Conferences Mgmt Other Rentals Excess Property Conferences Mgmt Supplies Publications/ Periodicals Conferences Mgmt Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Expenses/Ancillary Service Supplies Publications/ Periodicals Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Conferences Mgmt Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Pager Service Airtime Publications Periodicals Supplies Conferences Mgmt Conferences Mgmt Supplies Conferences Other Supplies Supplies Repairs Noninstructional Supplies
26.89 $214.75 $262.00 $887.66 $4,557.33 $300.00 $260.00 $1,324.00 $139.70 $1,200.00 $4,762.87 $1,933.41 $739.00 $108.50 $33.00 $12,230.38 $45.40 $3,365.19 $1,400.00 $365.89 $2,121.70 $16,000.00 $93.96 $4,716.04 $600.00 $424.70 $700.00 $281.00 $1,850.00 $474.00 $215.36 $897.39 $59.95 $175.00 $424.17 $435.63 $159.13 $59.75 $700.00 $109.12 $29.00 $1,145.00 $1,345.59 $626.56 $4,972.60 $4,950.00 $250.00 $226.88 $10.75 $169.56 $115.29 $48.00 $33.98 $400.00 $25.00 $1,095.76 $237.00 $178.61 $706.66 $517.23 $32.48
Administrative Services -5
P0043334
Claremont Management
P0043335
American Council on Education
P0043337
Gridworks
P0043338
Boise Cascade Office Products
P0043339
AMI Electrical & Telecom, Inc.
P0043341
Micro Warehouse
P0043342
AMI Electrical & Telecom, Inc.
P0043343
AMI Electrical & Telecom, Inc.
P0043344
American Express Travel
P0043345
National Women's History Proj.
P0043347
Leo Middleton
P0043348
Bruce Tell
P0043349
Cal-Ed Optical
P0043350
American Express Travel
P0043351
Five Star Graphics, Inc.
P0043353
Provantage
P0043354
Sargent Welch Scientific
P0043355
Chris Wojcieszyn
P0043356
Mark Wheaton
P0043357
Greg Horton
P0043358
Joyce Littrell
P0043359
Charles Turner
P0043360
Dawn Huntoon
P0043362
Sandra Courtney
P0043363
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043364
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043365
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043366
Xpedx Paper & Graphics
P0043368
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043369
American Express Travel
P0043371
Carolina Biological
P0043372
Premium Promotionals
P0043374
Business Resource Group,inc
P0043375
National Collegiate Honors Counci
P0043376
Xpedx
P0043377
Nicole Trigg
P0043378
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043379
American Express Travel
P0043380
P & A food systems, Inc.
P0043381
Matco Tech, Inc.
P0043382
Competitive Aquatic Supply Inc
P0043383
A-1 Office Plus Att: Rosa
P0043384
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043385
American Express Travel
P0043386
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043387
Deborah Minnichelli
P0043388
Sandra J. Nitchman
P0043390
Willie Brownlee
P0043391
American Psychological Association
P0043392
Marshall Music
P0043393
GM Business Interiors
P0043394
Arturo's Printing
P0043395
CCS Presentation Systems Inc.
P0043396
Torrance Postmaster
P0043397
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043398
Kathleen Gleason
P0043399
ECC Wplrc/Culinary Arts
P0043400
McMaster - Carr Supply Company
P0043401
Foundation for Ccc-Ms
P0043402
Grainger Industrial Supply
P0043403
Marshall Music
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Artes de El Camino V.P. Academic Affairs VATEA Business Educa VATEA Business Educa VATEA Business Educa VATEA Business Educa VATEA Business Educa VATEA Business Educa CA Virtual Comm Coll Faculty & Staff Dive Staff Diversity Fine Arts Life Sciences Foundation Foundation Health Sciences and Life Sciences Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts CalWORKs TECHNOLOGY & DIVERS CalWORKs V.P. Academic Affairs Copy Center Copy Center Admissions/Records Life Sciences Faculty & Staff Dive SBDC T&C 01/01/99Honors Program Fine Arts TECHNOLOGY & DIVERS Fin Aid Outreach RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 Purchasing and Busin Division Office Heal Division Office Heal Information Tech. TITLE V - ECC Indivi NIS Partnership Grant Administrative Serv Fine Arts Fine Arts Art Department Psychology Music Health, Safety Student Affairs MCS/Music Classrooms Fine Arts Facilities/Planning Foundation Foundation Technical Services Technical Services Technical Services Music
Contract Services
$840.00
Publications Periodicals
$24.95
Supplies
$562.90
Supplies
$816.51
Supplies
$1,000.00
Supplies
$3,626.38
Supplies
$500.00
Contract Services
$2,400.00
Transportation/ Mileage
$108.50
Supplies
$39.95
Supplies
$2.44
Supplies
$200.00
Transportation
$415.00
Conferences Mgmt
$108.50
Printing
$1,645.40
Supplies
$588.35
Supplies
$169.57
Supplies
$200.00
Supplies
$100.00
Supplies
$1,000.00
Supplies
$500.00
Supplies
$300.00
Supplies
$500.00
Contract Services
$150.00
Contract Services
$297.56
Supplies
$252.00
Other Services And Expense
$950.77
Supplies
$1,103.80
Supplies
$1,474.40
Conferences Mgmt
$156.50
Supplies
$125.57
Supplies
$212.17
Conferences Mgmt
$1,250.00
Dues And Memberships
$250.00
Supplies
$84.54
Contract Services
$50.00
New Computer Equipment-No $4,100.51
Conferences Mgmt
$333.50
Liability - Self Insurance
$2,244.72
Maintenance Contracts
$615.44
Maintenance Contracts
$122.76
Supplies
$150.25
Supplies
$75.76
Travel And Conference Exp
$3,371.44
New Equipment - Noninstruc $1,499.26
Supplies
$60.00
Supplies
$75.00
Supplies
$566.15
Supplies
$59.48
Supplies
$786.80
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$582.94
Expenses/Ancillary Service
$518.52
New Equipment - Noninstruc $10,773.34
Supplies
$1,375.74
Replacement Computer Equip $4,239.07
Transportation/ Mileage
$40.22
Hospitality
$103.82
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$1,539.71
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$287.80
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$1,723.60
Supplies
$178.62
Administrative Services -6
P0043404
Milo Martin
P0043405
Wray Printing
P0043406
European American Music
P0043407
William Georges
P0043408
Mid City Mailing Services
P0043409
Mark Hullibarger
P0043410
Quark Distr. Inc.
P0043411
Andrew Mayer
P0043412
Event Software Corporation
P0043413
John Holzinger 310/318-5798
P0043414
Graceli C.Madrid
P0043415
A-1 Office Plus
P0043416
Fabulous Fit Dress Forms
P0043417
Aaa Sewing Machines & Vacuums
P0043418
Thompson Learning
P0043419
Genesis Computer Systems, Inc
P0043420
CCS Presentation Systems Inc.
P0043421
Indoff-Material Handling & Sorage
P0043422
Genesis Computer Systems, Inc
P0043423
Diana Spatz
P0043424
Hitt Marking Devices
P0043425
Wray Printing
P0043426
American Express Travel
P0043427
Usc/Isi Co-Location Services
P0043428
Business & Legal Reports
P0043430
Grainger
P0043431
Aadec/Sr
P0043432
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043433
Mark Hullibarger
P0043434
Ed>net Spring Conference
P0043435
Enterprise
P0043436
Enterprise
P0043438
CCUG Southern California Chapter
P0043439
Ken Mays
P0043440
Marsh Weld-Craft
P0043441
Westrux
P0043442
Santa Ana College Campus Law
P0043443
Boat U.S. Marine Center #30
P0043444
AAWCC Coast Community College
P0043445
Xerox Corporation
P0043446
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043447
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043448
Rotary Club of Redondo Beach
P0043449
American Express Travel
P0043450
American Express Travel
P0043451
Southland News Distribution Co
P0043452
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043453
Inter Act Computer Systems
P0043454
Daniel Freeman Memorial
P0043455
National League for Nursing Accre
P0043456
Department of General Services
P0043457
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043458
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043459
Wray Printing
P0043461
Ewing Irrigation Products
P0043462
Pak West
P0043465
Empire Cleaning Supply
P0043466
Judith Harris
P0043468
American Express Travel
P0043469
American Industrial Supply, Inc.
P0043470
Environmental Recovery Services
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Ctr for Arts Instr/A Division Office Fine Music Fine Arts Fine Arts Music 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS Fine Arts Civic Ctr Comm Serv Hazmat Transportation Hazmat Transportation Special Resource Cen TANF TANF CalWORKs TANF TANF TANF CalWORKs CalWORKs CA Virtual Comm Coll Special Resource Cen RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 CA Virtual Comm Coll Health, Safety Parking-Student Perm Staff Diversity Philosophy Ctr for Arts Product Torrance Program Inc P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Transfer Center Parking-Student Perm P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE Parking-Student Perm WPLRC Technical Inst Parking-Student Perm Testing Center P4E H.S. RECRUIT.COU Contract Training Public Information Public Information Public Information Public Information Nursing Nursing Nursing V.P. Academic Affairs Institutional Service 00-01 P4E CISCO ACAD Contract Training Division Office Math Grounds Operations Operations CA Virtual Comm Coll CA Virtual Comm Coll Operations Hazmat
Contract Services
$150.00
Supplies
$38.97
Supplies
$867.58
Supplies
$591.92
Supplies
$605.00
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$110.00
Computer Software Account
$4,050.93
Supplies
$75.00
Maintenance Contracts
$256.44
Gasoline
$33.25
Gasoline
$95.69
Supplies
$179.61
New Equipment - Noninstruc $1,399.35
New Equipment - Noninstruc $13,385.30
Supplies
$1,217.76
New Equipment - Noninstruc $1,128.00
New Equipment - Noninstruc $3,290.80
New Equipment - Noninstruc $3,022.48
Supplies
$22,346.08
Contract Services
$300.00
Supplies
$24.84
Supplies
$38.97
Conferences Mgmt
$377.50
Telephone
$10,800.00
Publications Periodicals
$325.45
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$468.42
Dues And Memberships
$200.00
Supplies
$27.36
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$605.00
Conferences Mgmt
$295.00
Transportation
$79.99
Transportation
$79.99
In-Service Training
$25.00
Supplies
$232.88
Supplies
$715.67
Repairs - Instructional
$1,358.36
In-Service Training
$71.00
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$5,793.57
In-Service Training
$170.00
Maintenance Contracts
$444.00
Supplies
$224.00
Replacement Computer Equip $7,438.72
Multi Media Advertising
$100.00
Conferences Mgmt
$108.00
Conferences Mgmt
$108.50
Multi Media Advertising
$3,960.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$610.53
Liabilities/Fundraising
$500.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$290.00
Other Services And Expense $1,000.00
Legal
$224.50
New Computer Equipmnt-Ins $72,233.96
Replacement Computer Equip
$119.08
Supplies
$38.97
Supplies
$707.90
Supplies
$4,204.59
Supplies
$268.89
Supplies
$61.75
Transportation/ Mileage
$185.00
Supplies
$610.53
Waste Disposal
$1,130.00
Administrative Services -7
P0043471
Dr. Steven Fasteau
P0043472
Salon Express
P0043473
Minolta Business Systems, Inc.
P0043474
Genesis Computer Systems, Inc
P0043475
Mcmaster-Carr Supply Company
P0043476
Dent Fix Corporation
P0043477
Wassco
P0043478
Hosfelt
P0043479
Jameco
P0043480
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043481
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043482
Fisher Scientific
P0043483
Postmaster
P0043484
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043485
Western State Design
P0043487
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043488
Hearlihy & Company
P0043489
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043490
Ward's Biology
P0043491
Gunther Athletic Service
P0043492
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043493
California Pro Sports
P0043494
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043495
Amazon.Com
P0043496
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043497
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043498
Harris Infosource
P0043499
Boise Cascade Office Products
P0043500
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043501
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043502
El Camino Union
P0043503
California Pro Sports
P0043504
Shelter Point Hotel
P0043505
Red Dot Uniforms
P0043507
Inglewood/Airport Chamber
P0043509
Kevin Huben
P0043511
American Express Travel
P0043512
Fail Safe Testing
P0043513
AMI Electrical & Telecom, Inc.
P0043514
Mark Hullibarger
P0043515
Gcs Service, Inc.
P0043516
Ideal Glass
P0043517
Superior Window Coverings
P0043518
Campus Concerts
P0043519
Amazon.Com
P0043520
Micro Warehouse
P0043521
Audio Graphic Systems
P0043523
Sargent Welch Scientific
P0043527
American Express Travel
P0043528
Staples
P0043529
Staples
P0043530
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043532
Law Fire Protection Accounts
P0043533
Highsmith Company Inc.
P0043534
Channing L. Bete Co.
P0043535
Chalmers-Painter
P0043536
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043537
Pc Connection
P0043538
New Era Solutions
P0043539
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043540
Ecc Food Service-Catering
April 15, 2002
Planning/ Research Cosmetology Automotive Technology Automotive Collision Automotive Collision Automotive Collision Electronics Electronics Electronics Ctr for Arts Ticket Ctr for Arts Promo Life Sciences Public Information PFE MAXIMIZING MATH Physical Education Copy Center CADD Earth Sciences Earth Sciences Health Sciences and Physical Education Resp Therapy Recruitment/School 00-01 P4E WEBMASTER Learning Center Learning Center Division Office Inst Division Office Busi V.P. Academic Affair Technical Services Student Affairs Health Sciences Health Sciences Health Sciences 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE 00-01 P4E EXPANDED P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD Music Facilities/Planning Glass Replacement Ca Stadium Fence Replac Fine Arts Division Office Fine 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS Chemistry 00-01 P4E EXPANDED 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD Physical Education Facilities/Planning/ TANF Job Placement 00-01 P4E MARKETING Middle College High VATEA I&T VATEA I&T EOPS VTEA Title II Tech P
Conferences Mgmt
$255.00
Supplies
$975.46
Maintenance Contracts
$266.00
Supplies
$917.98
Supplies
$107.67
Supplies
$478.13
Supplies
$236.31
Supplies
$335.14
Supplies
$454.27
New Equipment - Noninstruc $1,814.22
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$2,040.51
Supplies
$6,416.56
Postage
$125.00
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$17,757.33
Laundry
$175.00
Supplies
$434.20
Supplies
$218.33
Supplies
$90.93
Supplies
$93.38
Supplies
$769.50
Supplies
$274.10
Supplies
$1,883.07
Supplies
$34.40
Supplies
$100.44
Supplies
$86.00
Supplies
$86.00
Library Books
$185.50
Supplies
$281.45
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$350.60
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$418.93
Expenses/Ancillary Service
$117.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$1,823.46
Liabilities/Fundraising
$298.36
Liabilities/Fundraising
$172.39
Supplies
$25.00
Supplies
$954.15
Conferences Other
$281.00
Repairs - Instructional
$2,330.25
Site Improvements
$2,670.00
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$85.50
Repairs Noninstructional
$248.70
Repairs Noninstructional
$693.91
Site Improvements
$297.69
Supplies
$6,000.00
Supplies
$30.46
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$4,437.17
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$8,894.47
Supplies
$2,299.75
Conferences Other
$281.00
Telephone
$119.02
Telephone
$324.72
Supplies
$54.80
Other Services And Expense
$158.78
New Equipment - Noninstruc $2,475.79
Supplies
$26.46
Postage
$704.00
Supplies
$101.00
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$648.73
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$3,950.05
Supplies
$131.95
Supplies
$1,092.38
Administrative Services -8
P0043547
D. Blair Gibson
P0043548
Toft Wolff Farrow, Inc.
P0043549
Pearson Education
P0043550
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043552
Scantron
P0043554
The Chronicle of Higher Ed.
P0043555
United Negro College Fund Special
P0043556
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043557
IPMA
P0043561
Minolta Business Systems
P0043562
Southland Lumber
P0043564
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
P0043565
Audio Graphic Systems
P0043566
Crucial Technology
P0043567
Micro Warehouse
P0043568
Medway Associates
P0043569
Eagle Electronics
P0043575
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043576
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
P0043577
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043578
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043579
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043580
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043581
Who Moved My Cheese? Llc
P0043582
American Express Travel
P0043583
American Express Travel
P0043584
American Express Travel
P0043585
Ken Takahashi
P0043586
Daily Breeze, the
P0043588
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043590
Tomark Sports, Inc.
P0043591
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043592
North High Softball
P0043593
Aaa Motors
P0043595
Montgomery Hardware Company
P0043596
Learning Services Inc.
P0043597
Resource Directory
P0043600
Cheryl Anne Roach
P0043601
Marshall Music
P0043602
Grove Dictionary Inc
P0043603
American Express Travel
P0043604
South Bay Ford
P0043606
CCS Presentation Systems Inc.
P0043607
Wray Printing
P0043608
Micro Warehouse
P0043609
Micro Warehouse
P0043610
Gaylord Brothers, Inc.
P0043611
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043612
Micro Warehouse
P0043614
Facets Video Order Department
P0043615
Samy's Camera
P0043616
Videotape Products
P0043617
Location Sound Corp.
P0043618
Staples
P0043619
David Lieberman Artist's Rep.
P0043620
Nasbite
P0043621
American Express Travel
P0043622
Chancellor Hotel
P0043623
Phoenix Park Hotel
P0043624
Keenan & Associates
P0043625
Arch Wireless
April 15, 2002
Division Office BSSC Repl Fire Alarm Syst El Camino Language Astronomy Economics Planning/ Research VP-SCA Division Office NSci Human Resources Torrance Program Inc Fine Arts Fin Aid Outreach and Fin Aid Outreach and Fin Aid Outreach and Fin Aid Outreach and Foundation 00-01 P4E CISCO ACAD 00-01 P4E ONE CARD 00-01 P4E VGS PROJEC Office Administration CIS Division Office Busi Information Tech. Restricted Staff Dev Information Tech. TANF TANF Fine Arts Presidents Office Civic Ctr Comm Serv Grounds Facilities/Planning/ Public Information Facilities/Planning/ Lock Shop TANF CalWORKs Fine Arts Music Music Library Information Tech. Campus Police Depart Title V CSUDH-ECC HS Torrance Program Inc Telecommunications TeleCommunications Division Office Inst Division Office Inst 00-01 P4E WEBMASTER Film Rental VATEA Medial / TV VATEA Medial / TV VATEA Medial / TV Telecommunications Arts in Residence Torrance Program Inc SBDC Federal 1/1/01 SBDC T&C 01/01/99 RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 Purchasing and Busin Telecommunications
PSA Contract Services
$500.00
Contract Services
$23,931.00
Supplies
$22.00
Supplies
$43.00
Supplies
$45.47
Publications Periodicals
$75.00
Conferences Classified
$30.00
Supplies
$215.00
Dues And Memberships
$599.00
Maintenance Contracts
$1,452.00
Supplies
$439.50
New Computer Equipment-No $3,290.80
New Computer Equipment-No
$956.94
New Computer Equipment-No
$676.13
New Computer Equipment-No
$330.11
Printing
$467.64
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$359.50
New Equipment - Noninstruc $21,055.49
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$1,461.38
Supplies
$84.00
Supplies
$42.00
Supplies
$63.00
Supplies
$655.00
Supplies
$558.30
Transportation/ Mileage
$116.50
Conferences Other
$88.50
Conferences Other
$88.50
Supplies
$200.00
Publications/ Periodicals
$72.80
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$404.79
Replacement Equipment
$334.16
Supplies
$170.93
Multi Media Advertising
$300.00
Repairs Noninstructional
$619.54
Supplies
$828.32
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$615.89
Supplies
$86.53
Supplies
$200.00
Supplies
$77.94
Library Books
$833.53
Transportation/ Mileage
$116.50
Repairs Noninstructional
$400.10
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$2,197.48
Reproduction - Noninstruc
$416.77
Supplies
$1,937.68
Supplies
$216.50
Supplies
$227.25
Supplies
$124.49
Supplies
$625.08
Other Rentals
$37.80
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$6,299.41
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$5,553.14
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$770.74
Supplies
$240.32
Contract Services
$7,500.00
Conferences Mgmt
$95.00
Transportation/ Mileage
$110.00
Transportation/ Mileage
$564.30
Conferences Mgmt
$1,273.28
Excess Property
$25,614.00
Other Services And Expense
$295.32
Administrative Services ­9
P0043626 P0043627
Kapco Library Products El Camino College Warehouse
P0043628
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043629
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043630
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043631
Accrediting Commission for Commun
P0043632
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043633
Yotam Ravid
P0043634
American Express Travel
P0043636
Associated Students Account
P0043637
Jones & Mayer
P0043638
Cal State Long Beach Theatre Dept
P0043640
Dawn C. Huntoon
P0043641
Ingrid Ortiz
P0043642
Walemi Ortiz
P0043643
Viacom Outdoor
P0043644
Red Dot Uniforms
P0043645
McKesson Medical
P0043646
Buddy's All Stars, Inc.
P0043647
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043648
R & R Socks Plus
P0043649
San Fernando Valley Business
P0043650
Venus Textiles
P0043651
Buddy's All Stars, Inc.
P0043652
Clocktower Inn
P0043653
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043656
UC Regents Attn: Laina Long
P0043657
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043658
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043659
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
P0043660
CCS Presentation Systems, Inc.
P0043661
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043662
At Your Office Computer Support
P0043663
Best Buys
P0043664
Eagle Dataware
P0043665
American Express Travel
P0043666
Lisa Raufman
P0043667
Marina Security Gate
P0043668
Knorr Systems Inc.
P0043669
Ecc District Fund
P0043670
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
P0043671
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043672
Apple Computer, Inc.
P0043674
Pacific Coast Bus Service, Inc
P0043675
A-1 Office Plus
P0043676
Medical Processor Services
P0043677
Francesca Bishop
P0043678
Donald Brinegar
P0043679
Gregory Horton
P0043680
Nancy Adler
P0043681
Cerritos College Dance Dept.
P0043682
Bernice Boseman
P0043683
Giselle Richards
P0043684
ECC BOOKSTORE
P0043685
ECC BOOKSTORE
P0043686
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0043687
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043689
Rhinosoft.Com
P0043690
Highsmith Company Inc.
P0043691
Vantage Lighting
P0043692
Battery Specialties
April 15, 2002
Division Office Inst Division Office Inst Careers in Child Car Division Ofc Student CA Virtual Comm Coll Presidents Office Division Office Huma Pool SBDC T&C 01/01/99 Presidents Office Institutional Service Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts Fine Arts 00-01 P4E MARKETING Health Sciences Health Sciences Health Sciences Copy Center Health Sciences and SBDC T&C 01/01/99 Health Sciences and Resp Therapy Health Sciences Ctr for Arts Ticket 00-01 P4E Science Honors Program Sociology 00-01 P4E PROJECTOR 00-01 P4E ART B320 Women's History Mont Torrance Program Inc Career Center TTIP Total Cost Inglewood One Stop VTEA Title II Tech 13430 Hawthorne Reno Pool Student Affairs Counseling Office Facilities/Planning/ 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA 00-01 P4E Puente Sup Rad Tech Speech Communication Fine Arts Fine Arts Ctr for Arts Adm Pub Fine Arts Fine Arts El Camino Language 00-01 P4E Science TECHNOLOGY & DIVERS V.P. Academic Affairs Administrative Serv. Division Office Inst Division Office Inst Film Rental Film Rental
Supplies Supplies
$116.33 $68.80
Supplies
$220.00
Supplies
$45.95
Supplies
$17.70
Dues And Memberships
$7,725.00
Supplies
$150.50
Supplies
$32.45
Transportation/ Mileage
$187.00
Other Services And Expense
$500.00
Legal
$122.50
Supplies
$80.00
Supplies
$181.15
Supplies
$250.00
Supplies
$250.00
Multi Media Advertising
$40,000.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$320.26
Liabilities/Fundraising
$1,677.88
Liabilities/Fundraising
$1,969.16
Supplies
$1,202.00
Supplies
$775.28
Other Books
$44.95
Supplies
$386.81
Supplies
$2,600.68
Supplies
$912.00
Supplies
$43.00
Contract Services
$3,750.00
Supplies
$260.50
Supplies
$88.50
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$378.88
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$1,894.38
Contract Services
$647.34
Other Services And Expense
$750.00
Supplies
$173.20
New Computer Equipment-No
$653.98
Conferences Mgmt
$245.43
Supplies
$323.55
Site Improvements
$492.00
Supplies
$119.08
Expenses/Ancillary Service
$150.00
Supplies
$86.83
New Computer Equipment-No $2,648.88
New Computer Equipmnt-Ins $22,316.83
Transportation
$1,213.00
Supplies
$93.53
Supplies
$911.45
Conferences Other
$1,000.00
Supplies
$200.00
Supplies
$1,000.00
Supplies
$413.39
Supplies
$300.00
Supplies
$600.00
Conferences Mgmt
$180.00
Supplies
$300.00
Supplies
$625.00
Other Services And Expense
$500.00
New Equipment - Noninstruc $3,966.28
Supplies
$49.95
Supplies
$739.19
Supplies
$1,114.98
Supplies
$153.54
Administrative Services ­10
P0043693 P0043694 P0043697 P0043698 P0043699 P0043700 P0043701 P0043702 P0043703 P0043704 P0043705 P0043706 P0043707 P0043708 P0043709 P0043710 P0043711 P0043712 P0043713 P0043717 P0043718 P0043719 P0043721 P0043722 P0043723 P0043724 P0043725 P0043726 P0043728 P0043730 P0043731 P0043732 P0043733 P0043736 P0043737 P0043739 P0043740 P0043746 P0043748 P0043750 P0043751 P0043752 P0043753 P0043754 P0043755 P0043756 P0043757 P0043758 P0043759 P0043761 P0043762 P0043763 P0043764 P0043765 P0043766 P0043769 P0043770 P0043772 P0043773 P0043774 P0043775
Enterprise Rent-A-Car PO Box 6200 E.C.C.C.D. Bookstore Dell Marketing L. P. Patsy Cox Patrick Shia Crabb Ecc Food Service-Catering Delphin Computer Supply Offside Offside American Express Travel Related S Medical Equipment Affiliates Tri-Anim Health Daily Saw Service Teachers Discount Music Staples Fisher Scientific Beta Technology, Inc. Health Check Systems, Inc. Cardiology Shop El Camino College Warehouse American Express Travel Worksoft, Inc. Davids and Royston Bulb Co. Hoffman Electronics Boise Cascade Western State Desing, Inc. Moore Medical Corp El Camino College Warehouse Staples Inc Eagle Dataware Micro Warehouse Marshall Music Pepper of Los Angeles National Dance Alliance Residence Inn by Marriott Micro Warehouse Ccehsa Fancy Floors Crucial Technology Long Beach Chamber of Commerce Thompson Trophy Matt Brigham Bob Brigham Dick Ogelsby Hl Corporation E.C.C. Public Information Pacific Coachways Balloons Expressions by Debbie El Camino College Warehouse Pacrao Heidi Martin Susan Nickle El Camino College Warehouse MCSI Doubletree Hotel American Express Travel Ecc Food Service-Catering American Express Travel Wray Printing Wray Printing American Express Travel
April 15, 2002
Purchasing and Busin Purchasing and Busin TTIP Total Cost of O Student Affairs Student Affairs RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30/ Financial Aid Health Sciences and Resp Therapy Financial Aid Resp Therapy Resp Therapy Copy Center Wellness Center Wellness Center Wellness Center Wellness Center Wellness Center Wellness Center P4E9900 DIRECTOR INS Financial Aid Planning/ Research 00-01 P4E ART B320 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS 00-01 P4E FINE ARTS Physical Education Rad Tech P4E9900 DIRECTOR INS 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD TTIP Total Cost Telecommunications Music Music Health Sciences Health Sciences Health, Safety Health, Safety MCS/Music Classrooms Technical Services Torrance Program Inc Presidents Office Civic Ctr Comm Serv Civic Ctr Comm Serv Civic Ctr Comm Serv Resp Therapy CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs Admissions/Records Admissions/Records International Student International Student P4E ENGL.READING CAI P4E ENGL.READING CAI Humanities SBDC CITD International Student Information Tech. Community Advancement VTEA Title II Tech Information Tech.
Liability - Self Insurance Liability - Self Insurance New Computer Equipment-No Due to Other Funds/Invest Due to Other Funds/Invest Reserve For Contingencies Supplies Supplies Supplies Conferences Mgmt Supplies Supplies Repairs - Instructional Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Supplies Conferences Mgmt Contract Services New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. New Equipment ­ Instruc. Laundry Dues And Memberships Supplies Supplies New Computer Equipment-No New Equipment - Noninstruc Supplies Supplies Liabilities/Fundraising Supplies New Equipment - Noninstruc Dues And Memberships Site Improvements Repairs Parts And Supplies Conferences Mgmt Other Services And Expense Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Supplies Printing Supplies Supplies Supplies Dues And Memberships Conferences Mgmt Conferences Mgmt Supplies Supplies Supplies Transportation/ Mileage Supplies Transportation/ Mileage Supplies Supplies Transportation/ Mileage
$488.80 $854.20 $12,366.48 $125.00 $500.00 $348.57 $432.34 $718.51 $1,350.96 $116.50 $417.85 $981.18 $17.50 $34.00 $270.62 $122.85 $288.49 $77.93 $35.69 $103.20 $430.50 $4,125.00 $1,000.00 $1,380.19 $3,560.34 $980.80 $875.06 $17.70 $641.57 $675.57 $2,853.48 $428.67 $126.17 $633.31 $818.40 $672.18 $25.00 $4,446.25 $699.13 $50.00 $35.18 $30.00 $30.00 $60.00 $422.18 $60.00 $316.00 $250.00 $322.50 $270.00 $147.70 $147.70 $258.00 $3,488.00 $4,445.41 $256.50 $60.00 $205.50 $38.97 $38.97 $116.50
Administrative Services -11
P0043777
Corbis Images
P0043778
Minolta Business Systems
P0043779
Aawcc Conference Coast Community
P0043781
Creation Engine
P0043782
Judith Norton
P0043783
Xpedx Paper & Graphics
P0043784
Xpedx
P0043785
Spicers Paper Inc.
P0043786
Prime Source Corp.
P0043787
Newco Printing Supply Co.
P0043788
Horizontal Printing Ink
P0043789
Inks International
P0043790
Leach Printers Supply Co., Inc.
P0043791
Kelly Paper Company
P0043792
A. B. Dick Co.
P0043797
Xerox Corporation
P0043798
Taverner & Browne
P0043802
Seton Dept. Ag-2
P0043804
Precision Color Graphics
P0043805
American Express Travel
P0043807
Dell Marketing L. P.
P0043808
Tony Sotos
P0043809
Protech Pedroleum Services
P0043811
Wray Printing
P0043812
Board of Governors California Com
P0043813
American Express Travel
P0043814
Medical Institute of Lcm
P0043816
Thompson Trophy
P0043817
Tomark Sports, Inc.
P0043821
Judith Norton
P0043824
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043826
Assist Design
P0043827
Econo Sign
P0043828
LRP Publications
P0043829
Essential Salon Services
P0043830
Pacific Coachways
P0043831
Pacific Coachways
P0043832
Rugg's Recommendations
P0043833
Allied Refrigeration
P0043835
Wray Printing
P0043837
Porter Cable - Delta
P0043838
Leo A. Meyer Associates, Inc.
P0043840
Enterprise
P0043841
Enterprise
P0043842
Enterprise
P0043843
Enterprise
P0043845
Wray Printing
P0043847
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043848
Carole Bush
P0043849
Sue Oda-Omori Ecc Counseling Dept
P0043851
Ken Mays
P0043852
Delphin Computer Supply
P0043853
Wray Printing
P0043855
Discount School Supply
P0043856
Concept Media
P0043857
School Health
P0043858
American Express Travel
P0043859
Learner Managed Designs
P0043861
Wildhirt Fowlkes Graphics
P0043862
Delmar Publishers
P0043863
Lippincott
April 15, 2002
CA Virtual Comm Coll Torrance Program Inc VP-SCA CA Virtual Comm Coll CA Virtual Comm Coll Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center Copy Center VP-SCA CA Virtual Comm Coll EOPS TTIP Total Cost CA Virtual Comm Coll Facilities/Planning Torrance Program Inc CA Virtual Comm Coll EOPS Health, Safety Division Office Inst Health, Safety CA Virtual Comm Coll CIS Counseling Office P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Counseling Office Cosmetology P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Transfer Center Air Conditioning I&T Div Ofc Construction Tech. Transfer Center P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Transfer Center Counseling Office P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Counseling Office Counseling Office P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE TANF Recruitment/School CalWORKs 00-01 P4E School 00-01 P4E School SPECIFIC SEMINARS 00-01 P4E School SBDC Federal 1/1/01 VTEA Learning Resource VTEA Learning Resource
Supplies
$3,595.00
Supplies
$324.75
Conferences Classified
$65.00
Software
$430.84
Supplies
$65.84
Direct Supp
$4,604.28
Direct Supp
$3,994.45
Supplies
$779.58
Supplies
$195.74
Supplies
$47.38
Supplies
$25.44
Supplies
$72.53
Supplies
$176.50
Supplies
$149.69
Supplies
$959.36
Supplies
$5,573.27
Supplies
$384.63
Supplies
$56.72
Supplies
$817.45
Conferences Mgmt
$256.50
New Computer Equipment-No $5,864.99
Supplies
$89.74
Repairs Noninstructional
$630.86
Reproduction - Noninstruc
$70.36
Conferences Other
$615.00
Conferences Mgmt
$1,026.00
HOSPITAL & MEDICAL PAYMEN $165.00
Supplies
$49.80
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$390.55
Supplies
$736.10
Supplies
$215.00
Supplies
$254.00
Supplies
$158.23
Publications/ Periodicals
$21.45
Supplies
$585.63
Transportation
$416.08
Transportation
$442.22
Other Books
$29.84
Supplies
$1,536.33
Supplies
$38.97
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$50.34
Other Books
$34.58
Transportation
$79.99
Transportation
$79.99
Transportation
$79.99
Transportation
$79.99
Supplies
$38.97
Supplies
$107.50
Supplies
$22.57
Supplies
$31.34
Supplies
$402.33
New Equipment - Noninstru
$7,477.91
Supplies
$311.76
Supplies
$147.30
Supplies
$2,273.26
Supplies
$864.92
Conferences Other
$108.50
Supplies
$1,816.00
Reproduction - Noninstruc
$1,240.00
Supplies
$152.36
Supplies
$1,320.30
Administrative Services -12
P0043865
Thompson Learning
P0043866
Bergwall Productions, Inc.
P0043867
SRA McGraw-Hill
P0043868
Ed>net Conference Registrar
P0043871
Bozena Morton
P0043873
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043875
Archival Products
P0043876
Coda Music Technology
P0043877
Coda Music Technology
P0043878
Ecolab Center
P0043879
Boise Cascade Office Products
P0043882
Home Depot
P0043888
Quark Distr. Inc.
P0043889
Cambridge Stratford Study Institu
P0043890
Watson Label Products
P0043894
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043896
Full Compass Systems
P0043897
The Tape Company
P0043899
Lab Safety Supply Company
P0043901
Lakeshore Learning Materials
P0043904
School Specialty
P0043905
Govconnection
P0043908
ECC Cashier - Tuition Payment
P0043909
Wray Printing
P0043917
Magna Publications, Inc.
P0043918
The Gale Group
P0043919
Oxford University Press
P0043921
Sage Publications
P0043923
H. W. Wilson
P0043924
Jamey Aebersold Jazz Aids
P0043926
Pepper of Los Angeles
P0043927
Marshall Music
P0043928
Hal Leonard
P0043929
Pender's Music Company
P0043930
Boise Cascade
P0043932
Trumpet Md
P0043934
Fisher Safety
P0043935
Kristal Cawagas
P0043936
Fred Allen & Association
P0043939
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043940
Denise Miscosci/Party Pleasers
P0043941
Liz Stewart
P0043943
A-1 Office Plus
P0043945
Meest
P0043946
Registry of Interpreters
P0043950
Moore Medical Corp
P0043955
Armstrong Medical Industries
P0043961
The Home Depot
P0043967
Brodart Co
P0043970
Greenwood Publishing
P0043971
Channing L. Bete Co.
P0043977
Audio Graphic Systems
P0043991
Coctyc-Ed Dobryzynski
P0043993
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043994
El Camino College Warehouse
P0043996
Community College League of Calif
P0043997
Cosco Fire Protection Inc.
P0043998
Cosco Fire Protection Inc.
P0044002
Brodart Co. Library Supplies
P0044016
Chronicle of Higher Education
P0044017
Howard Johnson Shattuck Plaza 208
April 15, 2002
VTEA Learning Resource VTEA Learning Resource VTEA Learning Resource CITD/Calif-Mexico NIS Partnership Grant Division Office Huma Music Library Music Music Library Radiologic Tech Dona 00-01 P4E EXPANDED Ctr for Arts Ticket 00-01 P4E WEBMASTER Learning Center Division Office Inst Audio/Visual Ctr for Arts Ticket Audio/Visual Ctr for Arts Ticket CDC Instr Materials Ctr for Arts Ticket Ctr for Arts Ticket CalWORKs CalWORKs V.P. Academic Affairs Music Library Music Library Music Library Music Library Music Library Music Music Music Music Warehouse Music Library Life Sciences Fine Arts Fine Arts CalWORKs CalWORKs Facilities/Planning V.P. Academic Affairs NIS Partnership Grant DSPS Nursing Nursing 00-01 P4E CISCO ACAD Division Office Inst Transfer Center Faculty & Staff Dive Health, Safety Chemistry WPLRC - SOUTH BAY Special Resource Cen Public Information Fire Sprinkler Modif Fire Sprinkler Modif Music Library V.P. Academic Affairs P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA
Supplies
$422.18
Supplies
$950.00
Supplies
$879.78
Conferences Mgmt
$490.00
Travel And Conference Exp
$75.00
Supplies
$258.00
Supplies
$418.38
Supplies
$351.13
Supplies
$189.07
Supplies
$1,822.68
Site Improvements
$1,104.16
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$479.75
Computer Software Account
$403.50
Supplies
$1,703.69
Supplies
$1,091.54
Supplies
$25.80
New Equipment - Noninstruc $2,430.22
Supplies
$823.25
New Equipment - Noninstruc
$437.33
Supplies
$545.47
New Equipment - Noninstruc $2,094.52
New Equipment - Noninstruc $3,173.89
Supplies
$300.00
Supplies
$116.91
Publications Periodicals
$59.00
Library Books
$216.50
Library Books
$27.06
Library Books
$49.99
Library Books
$97.43
Library Books
$33.34
Supplies
$81.14
Supplies
$160.75
Supplies
$117.69
Supplies
$213.68
Supplies
$14,895.20
Library Books
$141.81
Supplies
$107.65
Supplies
$250.00
Supplies
$560.00
Supplies
$84.50
Supplies
$500.00
Supplies
$122.81
Supplies
$25.94
Postage
$60.40
Dues And Memberships
$250.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$391.47
Liabilities/Fundraising
$804.30
Supplies
$267.30
Supplies
$170.22
Other Books
$89.19
Supplies
$1,921.44
New Equipment - Noninstruc $3,599.31
Dues And Memberships
$25.00
Supplies
$171.89
Supplies
$113.40
Multi Media Advertising
$2,000.00
Repairs Noninstructional
$948.00
Repairs Noninstructional
$3,685.00
Supplies
$203.77
Publications Periodicals
$75.00
Conferences Mgmt
$1,061.76
Administrative Services -13
P0044018
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044019
Ecc Food Service-Catering
P0044020
Pacific Coachways
P0044021
Pacific Coachways
P0044022
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044024
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044025
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044026
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044027
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
P0044028
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
P0044029
American Express Travel
P0044030
Van Nguyen
P0044031
National Institute for Metal
P0044032
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
P0044033
Board of Governors California Com
P0044036
Builtrite
P0044040
El Camino College Warehouse
P0044043
Marina Security Gate And Iron
P0044051
Sue Oda-Omori, Tc Coordinator
P0044052
Patty Dagata
Total :
B0041642
The Hon Company
B0042845
Discount School Supp
B0043079
Greentree Systems
B0043594
C. A. Granger Constr
B0043738
Keenan & Associates
B0048045
Michelle F. Winschel
B0048098
Ian Walton
B0048107
Sachidanand Sinha
B0048112
Carmen's Uniforms
B0048113
Burbank Fire Departm
B0048114
Bay Cities Car Wash
B0048115
Deborah N. Peterson
B0048116
April M. Juarez
B0048118
Federal Bureau
B0048120
Bureau of Prisons
B0048121
Bank of America
B0048122
Centinela Hospital
B0048123
The Community College
B0048125
A.B.C. Silk Screen
B0048126
E.C.C. Public Inform
B0048127
ECCD Petty Cash
B0048128
E.C.C. Public Inform
B0048129
Allisun K. Marshall
B0048133
Micro Warehouse
B0048134
Glendale Fire Depart
B0048135
Rapid Text, Inc.
B0048137
National Promotions
B0048138
National Captioning
B0048139
California Schools
B0048140
Scott Hildreth
B0048141
Taylor-Dunn Manufact
B0048142
Johnstone Supply
B0048143
TR Trading Company
B0048144
New Era Solutions
B0048145
Midwest Library Serv
B0048147
Studio Depot
B0048148
John Doss
B0048150
Nextel Communication
B0048151
Verizon Wireless
April 15, 2002
I&T Div Ofc EOPS CARE PFE 01-02 Project Su PFE 01-02 Project Su P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Matriculation Division Office Inst Copy Center Counseling Office Counseling Office Admissions/Records Counseling Office CADD Counseling Office Information Tech. MCS/Music Classrooms Parking-Student Perm Parking-Student Perm P4E 99-00 COMPRE.TRA Special Resource Cen 607 Ed & Community Devel CDC Human Resources Restroom Renovations Liability S.I. Risk 00-01 P4E MARKETING CA Virtual Comm Coll SBDC T&C 01/01/99 Parking-Student Perm Paramedic Academy Parking-Student Perm RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 CA Virtual Comm Coll WPLRC Technical Inst WPLRC Technical Inst Parking-Student Perm Nursing CalWORKs Student Affairs CalWORKs TECHNOLOGY & DIVERS CalWORKs RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 Technical Services Paramedic Academy DSPS Public Information DSPS Dental Self Ins CA Virtual Comm Coll Automotive Shop Air Conditioning And Fire Tech Donations Automotive Technology CalWORKs VATEA Medial / TV Division Office Inst Parking-Student Perm Parking-Student Perm
Supplies
$430.00
Supplies
$1,822.50
Transportation
$242.06
Transportation
$822.50
Supplies
$107.50
Supplies
$107.50
Supplies
$129.00
Direct Supp
$442.50
Supplies
$86.83
Supplies
$86.83
Conferences Mgmt
$113.00
Supplies
$70.52
Data Processing Rentals
$500.00
Supplies
$86.83
Conferences Mgmt
$55.00
Replacement Equipment N
$308.51
Supplies
$215.00
Repairs Noninstructional
$678.00
Conferences - Student
$1,020.00
Liabilities/Fundraising
$92.90
$849,537.60
New Equipment - Noninstruc $32,462.08
Supplies
$988.63
New Equipment - Noninstruc $19,205.00
Site Improvements
$75,000.00
Liability - Self Insurance
$45,000.00
PSA Contract Services
$4,500.00
PSA Contract Services
$1,500.00
PSA Contract Services
$20,000.00
Supplies
$1,800.00
Contract Services
$1.00
Other Services And Expense
$900.00
PSA Contract Services
$800.00
PSA Contract Services
$750.00
Contract Services
$1.00
Contract Services
$1.00
In-Service Training
$2,000.00
Supplies
$1.00
Contract Services
$1.00
Expenses/Ancillary Service
$868.17
Printing
$300.00
Supplies
$500.00
Printing
$300.00
PSA Contract Services
$300.00
Repairs Parts And Supplies
$3,000.00
Contract Services
$1.00
Supplies
$9,645.00
Printing
$50,000.00
Supplies
$10,000.00
Benefits And Claims Paid
$217,215.00
PSA Contract Services
$549.21
Supplies
$3,000.00
Supplies
$1,000.00
Supplies
$500.00
Supplies
$1,060.00
Supplies
$4,400.00
New Equipment ­ Instruc.
$2,100.00
Contract Services
$900.00
Other Services And Expense $1,200.00
Other Services And Expense $1,500.00
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B0048152 B0048153 B0048155 B0048156 B0048157 B0048158 B0048159 B0048160 B0048161 B0048163 B0048164 B0048166 B0048168 B0048170 B0048171 B0048172 B0048173 B0048174 B0048175 B0048177 B0048178 B0048179 B0048180 B0048181 B0048182 B0048183 B0048184 B0048185 B0048186 B0048187 B0048188 B0048189 B0048190 B0048191 B0048192 B0048193 B0048194 B0048195 B0048196 B0048197 B0048198 B0048199 B0048200 B0048201 B0048202 B0048203 B0048204
Bay Cities Car Wash ECCD Petty Cash Nextel Communication Tbp/Architecture New Era Solutions E.C.C. Public Inform Graybar Electric ECCD Pty Csh Nexcom Computer Supe ECCD Petty Cash ECCD Petty Cash ECCD Petty Cash Montgomery Hardware Paradise Awards M & N Trophies ECCD Petty Cash Los Angeles-Pierce Kap'iolani Community Community Legal Serv Boise Cascade ECCD Petty Cash Fastsigns Daily Breeze, the E.C.C. Public Inform E.C.C.C.D. Revolving Marianna Products We Clints Mobil Mechani Five Star Graphics BTB Events, Inc. Airgas Seers Lumber Company Scotch Paint Corpora Smardan Supply Compa Home Depot/Gecf Mcmaster-Carr Supply Ecc Food Service-Cat Rotary Club of Del Brenton Safety Hi-Tech Emergency South Bay Inflatable Boat U.S. Commercial Wholesale Mcmaster-Carr Supply Cal Western Paint Ecc Food Service-Cat Stericycle, Inc. National Computer Total :
Parking-Student Perm Discovery Series Operations Architect Fees & Eng TANF CalWORKs Electric Shop CalWORKs Construction Tech. 00-01 Early Steps Television/Media Com 00-01 P4E Science Lock Shop Health Sciences Resp Therapy 00-01 P4E INGLEWOOD RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 RITC 10/1/01 - 9/30 CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs CalWORKs Cosmetology P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE CalWORKs CalWORKs WPLRC Local Contract Carpenter Shop Paint Shop Plumbing Shop Carpenter Shop Carpenter Shop Presidents Office Presidents Office P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE P4E INGLEWOOD FIRE (STCW) Standards for (STCW) Standards for Electric Shop Grounds Grounds I&T Division Hazmat Admissions/Records 86
Total POs and BPOs : 693 TOTAL : $1,539,820.52
Other Services And Expense
$300.00
Supplies
$300.00
Pest Control
$1,500.00
Contract Services
$90,000.00
New Equipment - Noninstruc $1,800.00
Supplies
$325.00
Supplies
$4,000.00
Supplies
$1,000.00
Supplies
$2,770.00
Other Services And Expense $1,612.83
Supplies
$270.00
Supplies
$2,000.00
Supplies
$1,800.00
Supplies
$200.00
Supplies
$200.00
Supplies
$300.00
Contract Services
$200.00
Contract Services
$5,000.00
Contract Services
$1.00
Supplies
$1,300.00
Supplies
$600.00
Supplies
$1,500.00
Multi Media Advertising
$1,600.00
Printing
$500.00
Supplies
$500.00
Supplies
$300.00
Repairs - Instructional
$400.00
Printing
$3,000.00
Supplies
$1,800.00
Supplies
$6,795.00
Supplies
$2,000.00
Supplies
$4,950.00
Supplies
$2,600.00
Supplies
$3,900.00
Supplies
$4,000.00
Other Services And Expense $10,000.00
Dues And Memberships
$2,000.00
Repairs - Instructional
$1,850.00
Repairs - Instructional
$650.00
Supplies
$3,000.00
Supplies
$810.00
Supplies
$1,300.00
Supplies
$400.00
Supplies
$700.00
Supplies
$1,000.00
Other Services And Expense $2,000.00
Supplies
$4,000.00
$690,282.92
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Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees from Human Resources - Administrative Services Page No. A. Employment and Personnel Changes............................................................. 1-5 B. Resolution ­ Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications.................................. 5 C. Volunteers ...................................................................................................... 5-6 April 15, 2002 ........................................................Human Resources- Administrative Services - iii
A. EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONNEL CHANGES It is recommended that the Board ratify/approve the employment and personnel changes for certificated, classified and temporary classified personnel as shown in items 1-22 & 1-11.
1. Resignation ­ Ms. Jenny Trickey, full-time Lead Teacher, Child Development Center, effective April 11, 2002.
2. Employment ­ Ms. Margie Chidley, full-time instructor of Fire and Emergency Technology, effective April 16, to be paid by the County of Los Angeles.
3. Employment ­ Ms. Rebecca Green, full-time/temporary instructor of Sociology, to work 80%, Class II, Step 4, Academic Salary Schedule, effective April 1 through May 24, 2002.
4. Employment ­ Ms. Victoria L. Martinez, full-time/temporary Career Counselor, Class III, Step 9, Fiscal Salary Schedule, under Education Code 87470, Vocational Training Education Act, (VTEA), effective June 1, 2002 through June 30, 2003.
5. Employment ­ Ms. Dorothy Logan, full-time/temporary Lead Teacher, Child Development Center, Class II, Step E, Child Development Center Salary Schedule, effective April 11 through June 30, 2002.
6. Employment ­ Ms. Margaret Kidwell-Udin, full-time/temporary instructor in Nursing and Child Development, Class II, Step 5 of the Academic Salary Schedule, effective Spring 2002 semester.
7. Amend Special Assignment ­ Ms. Margaret Kidwell-Udin, part-time instructor of Nursing to be paid $47.47 an hour up to 15 hours a week (instead of 10 hours a week), effective March 1 through June 30, 2002, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(l).
8. Change of Assignment ­ Ms. Dawn Reid, Acting Division Director, Range 13, Step 2, to Acting Director of Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S)/CalWORKS, Range 11, Step 5, effective April 1 through June 30, 2002.
9. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Jack Arensmeyer and Mr. Eric Nash, part-time instructors of German to administer Credit-by- Examination, effective Spring 2002 semester, to be paid $47.47 an hour, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9 (l).
10. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors to supervise Independent
Study projects for the Fall 2001 semester, to be paid $45.92 per hour, at the rate of
five (5) hours for each student for each unit of Independent Study credit granted in
accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 19:
Speech
Francesca Bishop
Diana Crossman
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Carmen Hunt
Rosemary Swade
Art Willie Brownlee Joyce Dallal Neil Moss
Film & TV Kevin O'Brien
Music Wallace Bower William Doyle Joanna Nachef
11. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors to supervise Independent Study projects for the Fall 2001 semester, to be paid $45.92 per hour, at the rate of five (5) hours for each student for each unit of Independent Study credit granted in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 19:
Instructor Deborah Patterson Susan Ste. Marie
Discipline Art Photography
12. Special Assignment ­ The following full-time instructors to supervise Independent Study projects for the Spring 2002 semester, to be paid $47.47 per hour, at the rate of five (5) hours for each student for each unit of Independent Study credit granted in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 19:
Speech Diana Crossman MarkCrossman Carmen Hunt
Rosemary Swade Francesca Bishop
Art Willie Brownlee Joyce Dallal Irene Mori Neil Moss Harrison Storms Robin Valle Medora Wildenberg
Film & TV Kevin O'Brien Music Leslie Back William Doyle
13. Special Assignment ­ The following part-time instructors to supervise Independent Study projects for the Spring 2002 semester, to be paid $47.47 per hour, at the rate of five (5)
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hours for each student for each unit of Independent Study credit granted in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 19:
Susan Einstein Karin Jensen Deborah Patterson Wayne Perkins Susan Ste. Marie
Photography Dance Art Music Photography
14. Special Assignment ­ Mr. Perry L. McDonnell, full-time/temporary instructor of Mathematics, to monitor Academic Excellence Workshops (AEW's) for math and science courses, effective January 20 through March 10, 2002, to be paid $18.50 an hour, not to exceed $2,000, in accordance with Article X, Section 14(a).
15. Special Assignment ­ Ms. Janet Young, full-time instructor of Child Development to coordinate Teacher Education Program (TEP) activities, to be paid $47.47 an hour, not to exceed $20,000, effective May 27 through August 31, 2002, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 14(a).
16. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Rhonda Dillon, part-time instructor of Music, to perform as soloist for Choral Performance, effective March 16, 2002, to be paid $200, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(l).
17. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Cyndi Bahti, part-time instructor of Speech, to introduce James Malinchak Speech on March 10, 2002, to be paid $25.00, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(l).
18. Stipend Assignment ­ Ms. Vicki Muto, part-time instructor of Music, to perform as soloist for Choral Performance, effective March 26, 2002, to be paid $200.00, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(l).
19. Employment ­ Ms. Victoria L. Martinez and Ms. Juliana Ekedal, part-time/on-call counselors to provide counseling services on an as-needed basis, to be paid $35.60 an hour, not to exceed 23 hours per week, effective March 19 through June 30, 2002, in accordance with the Agreement, Article X, Section 9(e).
20. Employment ­ Mr. Jon F. O'Brien, part-time instructor of Fire and Emergency Technology, effective April 16 through June 30, 2002, to be paid by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
21. Employment ­ Ms. Laura Gray Kaufman, Child Development Center Substitute Teacher, Class IV, Step A, effective April 15 through June 30, 2002.
22. Employment ­ The following part-time/temporary instructors for service on an as needed basis for the 2002 Spring Semester.
Behavioral & Social Sciences Mr. Cornelius Van Stygeren
Humanities Michele Martinisi
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Health Sciences & Athletics Ms. Tracy Joy Leet
Classified Personnel
1. Resignation ­ Dr. Heather E. Brown, Director of Institutional Research, Range 10, Step 4, Planning, Research and Development Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective March 29, 2002, plus accrued vacation.
2. Resignation ­ Ms. Gabriella Lopez, Administrative Assistant I, Range 27, Step B, Workforce Education/Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective April 1, 2002, plus accrued vacation. 3. Change of Classification ­ Ms. Michelle Arthur, from Special Project Temporary Administrator 4 to Temporary Acting Director of Inglewood Center, Range 11, Step 1, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective May 1, 2002 through April 30, 2003 unless the position of Director of Inglewood Center is filled earlier. 4. Change of Classification - Mr. Jesus Barriga, from Police Officer Trainee to Police Officer, Range 1, Step A, Campus Police Division, Administrative Services Area, effective April 1, 2002, as a result of successful completion of the Police Academy. 5. Work Out of Classification - Ms. Lavonne Jackson, from 100% to 60% Senior Clerical Assistant, Range 24, Step E, Business Division/ 40% Secretary, Range 25, Step E, Curriculum Office, Academic Affairs Area, effective April 1, through June 30, 2002. 6. Work Out of Classification - Ms. Judy Flores, from 100% to 50% Bookstore Sales Assistant, Range 19, Step B/50 % Bookstore General Merchandise Buyer Assistant, Range 27, Step A, Bookstore Division, Administrative Services Area, effective March 1 through June 30, 2002. 7. Work Out of Classification - Ms. Adriana Lopez, Clerk, Range 17, Step E, to Student Services Technician, Range 28, Step A, Admissions, and Records Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective March 25 through June 30, 2002. 8. Work Out of Classification - Mr. Satish Warrier, Network Supervisor, Range 35, Step D, to Assistant Director, Information Technology Services, Range 13, Step 1, (Administrator Salary Schedule) Information Technology Services Division, Administrative Services Area, effective April 1 through June 30, 2002. 9. Work Out of Classification - Mr. Andrew Wolski, Theatre Technician, Range 31, Step e to Stage Manager, Range 38, Step A, Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, on an asneeded bases effective April 16 through June 30, 2002. 10. Reemployment ­ Mr. Andrew Wolski, Theatre Technician, Range 31, Step E, Center for the Arts/Fine Arts Division, Academic Affairs Area, effective April 16, 2002._.
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11. Employment - Ms. Lisa Perez, Student Services Advisor, Range 35, Step A, Workforce Education/Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective May 1, 2002.
Temporary Classified Personnel
12. Employment - Mr. Robert F. Palmer, Special Project Temporary Administrator, Workplace Learning Resource Center/Community Advancement Division, Student and Community Advancement Area, effective May 1 through May 31, 2002, to be paid at Range 4 of the Special Project Temporary Administrator Daily Rate Schedule, not to exceed $5,198.
The following short-term employees for service on an as-needed basis for the 2001- 2002 fiscal year:
Robin Gegner
Stephanie Losleben
Nina Oshio
B. RESOLUTION - EQUIVALENCE TO MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve a Resolution of the Board of El Camino Community College District authorized by the California Education Code Section 87359 as shown below:
WHEREAS, California Education Code Section 87359 provides that the governing board upon the advice and judgment of the Academic Senate may approve employment of instructors who possess qualifications at least equivalent to the minimum qualifications specified in the regulations of the Board adopted pursuant to Education Code Section 87356; and
WHEREAS, the El Camino College Policy "Equivalence to the Minimum Qualifications" was adopted June 11, 1990; and
WHEREAS, there are instructors on the staff at El Camino Community College who are eminently qualified to teach in their designated subject area.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees hereby approves the assignment of the below listed instructor(s) to teach in the designated discipline(s) during employment at El Camino College:
Michele Martinisi
Italian
C. VOLUNTEERS
The following persons have volunteered to perform unsalaried services for the El Camino Community College District pursuant to Education Code Section 72401 and 82365. In accordance with Labor Code Section 3364.5, Worker's Compensation coverage is being provided for the following persons:
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Mary Beary Hsiaoling Chiu Mary Theresa Ferrin Sulena Modesto Zouham Yasmine Taous Yerda
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Agenda for the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees From The Office of the President and Board of Trustees Thomas M. Fallo, Superintendent/President A. California Community College Trustees Board of Directors Election .......... Page 1 B. Budget Change Process....................................................................................... Page 2
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President and Board of Trustees
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A. California Community College Trustees Board of Directors Election It is recommended that the Board vote for the following persons to serve on the California Community College Trustee Board of Directors: Kay Albiani, Los Rios Community College District Carolyn Batiste, Mira Costa Community College District Judi Beck, Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District Anita Grier, San Francisco Community College District Carole Currey, Santa Monica Community College District Marie Kiersch, San Luis Obispo County Community College District Donald L. Singer, San Bernardino Community College District
April 15, 2002
President and Board of Trustees
Page 1
B. Budget Change Process
SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT IN 2003/2004 BUDGET
No. Title
Issue
Yes No See
Program
Comment Priority
1. Access
Should the system continue to seek 4%
X
for enrollment growth in 2003-2004?
X
X
2. Cost of Living
Should the system continue to seek funds X for "Compensation, Goods and Services"
X
X
(including Part-Time Faculty
Compensation), or should some other
approach be pursued?
3. Equalization Should the system continue to seek
X
X
equalization/ensuring student success
statewide funding in 2003-2004?
Should equalization be more on the basis
of per FTES funding, than on the basis of
program-based funding regulations?
Are there other components that should be
considered to make this proposal more
compelling to the Administration and the
Legislature?
4. Partnership Should the system continue to seek $100 X
X
X
for
million per year, compounded, for PFE?
Excellence
5. Human
Should the system continue to seek funds X
X
X
Resources to strengthen human resources in 2003-
2004; and if so, through what
mechanism(s)?
6. Student
Should the system continue to seek
X
X
X
Outreach & funding for student outreach and access?
Access
Continue to oppose any reduction in base
funding for these programs?
7. Telecommu- Should the system continue to request
X
X
X
nications & funding for technology consistent with the
Technology adopted Technology II Plan?
8. Economic Should the system continue to seek
X
X
Development funding for expanding its economic
development and workforce preparation
efforts, including the "Ladders of
Opportunity" initiative?
9. Other
List additional program areas
X
X
X
Overbuilt Districts
10. Other
Energy funding
X
X
X
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Please accept this narrative as an explanation for El Camino College's response form.
Please accept this correspondence in response to your March 1, 2002, request for district involvement in developing the California Community College System's 2003-2004 Budget. This submittal has been discussed and reviewed by some of the campus consultation groups, unfortunately, due to our Board meeting schedule, it has not been adopted by the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees.
El Camino College's response form is attached, but please accept this narrative as an explanation for the suggested choices on the form.
1. Access. Issue: Should the system continue to seek 4% for growth in 2003-2004?
El Camino College believes that the system should continue to seek at least a 4% enrollment growth increase for 2003-2004 because, by all reports, Tidal Wave II will demand increased opportunities for future generations. Access is a critical component of community college culture. The strength and benefit of California's community college educational efforts rely on open access.
Even with this in mind, growth should not come at the expense of quality offerings. Community College appropriations need to fund Legislative intent, prior years' deficits, and continued need for quality upgrades.
2. Cost of Living Adjustment. Issue: Should the system continue to seek the current statutory COLA in 2003-2004? What other options/issues should be considered?
The system must seek funds for COLA adjustments. The statutory inflation adjustment has been simply inadequate in the last decade. For four years, when no COLA was provided, the system lost more than money. Backfilling those funds would help repair some of the damage. Comparison with other California educational systems--K12, University of California, and California State University systems--indicates inequitable treatment of the community college system. Compensation, goods and services supported through the inflationary COLA usually provides just enough for collective bargaining disappointments. Our mission is education, yet we are spending too much time sitting with collective bargaining agents discussing salaries and benefit improvements. Statewide salary and benefit schedules might allow local districts to focus more on the reason we exist--student learning.
The 2001-2002 budget change proposal initiates the kind of program that is necessary to repair funding inadequacies. That is, we have begun to provide money for wages, salaries, and benefits and also inflationary increases for other goods and services. The 2000-2001 augmentation to K-12 should also be provided to community colleges. So, too, should University of California and California
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State University's increases for other than compensation be provided to community colleges. The community college system must demand equal treatment with the other California educational systems.
1. Equalization. Issue: Should the system continue to seek equalization in 20032004; and, if so, what should be the distribution formula?
El Camino College has developed concerns about equalization. It is an inherently divisive concept and, unfortunately, has become a political shell game. The Funding Formula Task Force has not developed a complete response to this issue. Discarding program-based funding because it is difficult to explain or understand is like telling our students they shouldn't study physics because it is hard to understand. The system must come together to develop a funding formula that recognizes not only the politically expedient equalization of funding but also an acknowledgement of differential costs recognized in program-based funding. Equalization mechanisms focus on revenue enhancement and do not guarantee enhanced performance. The California Community College system has not presented an acceptable solution for non-credit equalization.
2. Partnership for Excellence. Issue: Should the system continue to seek $100 million per year, compounded, for the Partnership for Excellence?
Partnership for Excellence funding should continue to be a primary focus of the California Community College effort as it has provided the greatest opportunity to augment budgets with few restrictions. The system goals for Partnership for Excellence may require too much for too little. We are trying to leverage performance goals with inadequate financial augmentation.
3. Human Resources. Issue: Should the system continue to seek funds to strengthen human resources in 2003-2004; and if so, through what mechanism(s)?
The part-time faculty compensation resolution is a human resources issue not a COLA issue. As recent studies from the Legislative Analyst and the Auditor General indicate, the Legislature and Governor should legislate the intent to provide equal compensation and benefits for part-time and full-time instructors.
Human resource demands should also recognize the need for competent, qualified support staff members. Increased technology and other requirements for increased classified support are also placing pressure on college budgets.
As policymakers support office hours for part-time faculty, increased capital allocations are immediately necessary to provide appropriate accommodations.
Corporate America, college and university systems and the military all support staff development to a greater extent than California community colleges. Our colleges,
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as learning organizations, should be provided significant increases in staff development funding to parallel the investments these other organizations allocate to nurturing and developing their people.
6. Student Outreach and Access. Issue: For 2003-2004, should the system continue to seek funding for student outreach and access, and should it continue to combine separate requests into a single proposal?
Yes, the system should continue to combine requests for the various categorical programs recognized in this category. Although many of these are considered high cost, they represent best practices and enormously successful results. Inflationary increases are necessary for all of the programs, but increased augmentations are essential.
7. Telecommunications and Technology. Issue: For 2003-2004, should the system continue to seek funding for telecommunications and technology; and, if so, by what method(s)?
The California Community College system must secure additional funds for technology. Increased technological support for colleges has been provided in a haphazard manner. The Technology II plan infuses the most important "total cost of ownership" concept: this plan should be totally funded. Equipment and machinery now represent a relatively minor cost in support of technology. Human resource demands and software support continue to drain college budgets.
Telecommunication, technology, and facilities funding must recognize life cycle considerations. Buildings also need to be modernized with support above the deferred maintenance allocations to accommodate necessary technology.
8. Economic Development. Issue: For 2003-2004, should the system continue to seek funding for expanding its economic development and workforce preparation efforts?
The California Community College System has appropriately recognized Economic Development as a primary mission. Local communities rely on the immediate connection with community colleges to provide fast, friendly, flexible support for workforce preparation.
Communities are usually able to recognize benefits of a strong economic development effort. A substantial portion of the system's resources should be devoted to businesses, employees and taxpayers through economic development at the local level. Competitive grant allocations often reward the most eloquent and not the most needy or those who would benefit most. Alternative allocation mechanisms should be developed.
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9. Other. Issue: For 2003-2004, should these augmentation requests be continued? Non-credit augmentation requests should be recognized after a re-building of the base of support for credit offerings. Community Service Learning and Teacher and Reading Development Programs have been the focus of the Governor and should be supported. Financial Aid programs are necessary to retain students. Consideration should be given to more programs that are easy to administer. Serious consideration should be given to providing colleges that have been designated in capital construction funding consideration as overbuilt because initial classrooms are larger than today's state standards. For example, penalizing a District as being overbuilt for a classroom that can hold 40 students yet as a normal class size of 35 students is simply unfair and impractical. Additionally, energy crisis solutions may be short term and many districts may face higher-thanexpected rate hikes which will severely impact operating budgets. The California Community College System should recognize peculiarities in supply and demand through these tenuous times. El Camino College consultation groups appreciate the opportunity to submit these recommendations. We look forward to working with you in advancing the community college mission by advocating appropriate funding.
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