Standing Committee Improvement Report For 2014-2015 Office of Institutional Effectiveness

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Standing Committee Improvement Report For 2014-2015
In accordance with College Procedure 2.01.01.14, Committees, the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, each May, requests the chairs of the College’s standing
committees to submit the Annual Standing Committee Chairs’ Year-End Improvement Report to inform the President of the College concerning the decisions and
effectiveness of the standing committees. The data are used to create this Standing Committee Improvement Report, which is available on the College web site:
http://www.epcc.edu/InstitutionalEffectiveness/Pages/StandingCommitteeImprovementReportbyCommittee.aspx .
LETICS
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS COMMITTEE
CHARGE: To review Athletics department procedures, budgets, scholarships, recruitment, admission and eligibility standards, athletics schedules and projects, and to
review and make recommendations on other issues of importance presented by the Director of Athletics.
Academic
Year
I. Response to last Year’s Chair’s recommended Plan
of Action
II. Recommendations and Receiving Administrator(s)
III. Recommended Plan of Action (e.g. Objectives) for
the Committee during the next Academic Year
2014-2015
Meet at least once each long term.
Met fall 2014 and spring 2015. Financial updates were provided at
each meeting. A revised Academic Responsibilities and
Guidelines for all athletes on the Certified Roster was presented
to the committee for review and approval at the spring 2015
meeting.
Continue having regular meetings during long terms. Need to
assure student representation is at meetings.
2013-2014
Last meeting held in 2013 was more informational.
met since April 2011.
N/A
Being that we did not meet this academic year, I would like the
opportunity to continue as chair and assure we do have at least
one meeting if not more. I plan to be more in contact with Mr.
Hinojosa from the Athletic Department regarding planning these
meetings.
2012-2013
There was no meeting of the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee
during the 2011-2012 academic year so, therefore, there was not
a “plan of action.”
[No report submitted.]
The reasoning for the GPA for each sport being different should
be clarified.
2011-2012
The committee did not meet.
The committee did not meet.
The committee did not meet.
2010-2011
Projects for the Baseball and Softball fields are planned when
there is sufficient funding to fund the bleachers, press box,
awnings and field lighting.
The biggest accomplishment in FY 2009/10 was to pay back the
loan’s remaining balance of $320,000 to the Auxiliary Fund. The
field turf is now repaid in its entirety.
With the loan paid back to the Auxiliary Fund, the Athletic Fund
can now build a fund balance that will help fund the projects.
Drainage project for flood control was completed as well as
facilitating handicap access to the fields.
More aggressive advertising campaign to involve students in
Intercollegiate Athletics by providing more information about the
games and advertising with TV, radio, newspaper and other mass
media across the District.
It had not
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Prepare a strategic plan to fund bleachers, press box and lighting.
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Academic
Year
2009-2010
I. Response to last Year’s Chair’s recommended Plan
of Action
II. Recommendations and Receiving Administrator(s)
III. Recommended Plan of Action (e.g. Objectives) for
the Committee during the next Academic Year
[Not requested]
To Dr. Tammy Campos:
One meeting is remaining to wrap up the fiscal year and review
financial results.
Planning of EPCC Golf Tournament
To Linda Gonzalez-Hensgen:
Planning of Bowling Tournament
Implementation of the new Per Diem rate for athletes-Approved
by the committee in 08/09.
New Fire Technology facility opened its restrooms to the athletes.
Evaluate access by the disabled public to the Baseball and
Softball fields from the Fire Technology Facility.
Concerted effort to pay at least $100,000 back to the Auxiliary
Fund on the existing loan of $320,000.
2008-2009
[Not requested]
Increase credit tuition for the purpose of allocating an additional
$.50 per credit hour to the Athletic Program Budget.
This increase is necessary to fund increasing costs of the Athletic
Programs and ensure that the programs continue to be selfsupporting. Committee members voted unanimously to present
the proposal to the Tuitions and Fees Committee.
As part of her presentation to the Tuitions and Fees Committee,
Josette Shaughnessy will include the proposal as part of the
proposed tuition increase for fiscal year 2009/10. Felix Hinojosa,
Director of Athletics, will be present to answer any questions the
Tuitions and Fees committee may have regarding the Athletic
Programs budget.
Proposal to increase the allocation to the Athletic Program from
$1.00 to $1.50 per credit hour was approved by the Tuitions and
Fees committee on January 28, 2009 and then by the Board of
Trustees on February 26, 2009.
The Intercollegiate Athletics Committee will plan to reconvene in
Summer 2009.
2007-2008
[Not requested]
To Dr. Tammy Campos:
Address the 08/09 budgetary challenges
 Currently this committee meets twice a year as mandated.
However, as the Chair of this committee, I made the
recommendation to meet at least 3 times per year to address
important funding issues. All members of the committee agreed.
Make recommendation to the administration for additional
revenue generation.
 Our next meeting is scheduled for September 2008 to address
the 08/09 Budget cycle and revenue challenges.
2006-2007
[Not requested]
[None submitted]
OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF RESEARCH AND ACCOUNTABILITY
[None submitted]
H:RS/REPORTS2014-2015/2014-2015CMTECHAIRSANNUALIMPROVEMENTRPTINTERCOLLEGIATEATHLETICS
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