Missouri Community College Association http://mccatoday.org Advocacy for Missouri's public two-year institutions Fri, 12 Feb 2016 22:50:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Ozarks Technical Community College’s MoMan Machine Tool Technology program provides fast track to employment http://mccatoday.org/2016/02/ozarks-technical-community-colleges-moman-machine-tool-technology-program-provides-fast-track-to-employment/ Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:33:45 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11087 matt sMatthew Scott (right), Program Advisor and Recruiter/Retention Specialist for Ozarks Technical Community College reported the following about a recent graduate of OTC’s Machine Tool program:

He had been incarcerated three years prior, and faced discrimination after being released, by employers who told him that they would like to hire him but could not because of company and insurance policies.  He worked several part-time and seasonal jobs, frustrated that he was unable to secure a full-time job.

He then found out about OTC’s MoManufacturingWINs 17-week certification program for Machine Tool Technology.  He was reluctant at first, because math has always been challenging for him.  However, he decided to move forward with the program.  He immediately felt grateful for his MTT instructor, who has many years of experience in the profession.  The student expressed how good the instructor was at explaining and training and also appreciated the hands-on approach to learning.

Upon completing the program he started sending out his resume, and within a week was contacted by an employer who wanted to interview him.  The week after that interview, he was offered a permanent full-time position.  So, he was literally hired only two weeks after having completed the program.  The student was later contacted by another employer, who offered him better hours and a pay raise.

The student is very thankful to finally have found a career path that he truly enjoys in a field that does not discriminate against his past.  He mentioned that he submitted about 10 applications for machining jobs and only two of those even asked about prior convictions.

The grateful graduate highly recommends this program and career path to anyone in a similar position desiring a steadier employment.

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MCCA tackles performance funding and developmental education http://mccatoday.org/2016/02/mcca-tackles-performance-funding-and-developmental-education/ Fri, 05 Feb 2016 18:20:18 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11067 Last month, MCCA submitted several recommendations to the Missouri Department of Higher Education to replace two outdated performance funding measures that financially penalize Missouri’s colleges.

Since the initial performance funding measures were drafted, studies done by groups like Complete College America have shown that there are more effective methods than the traditional developmental education sequence. For that reason, many of Missouri’s community colleges have adopted innovative remedial education approaches.

These innovations, though, have evolved more quickly than the performance funding model itself. In fact, two of the six performance measures are based entirely on traditional developmental education. As a result, they fail to account for the other missions of community colleges beyond remediation and the fact that significant numbers of students never enter remedial courses.

Broadening the performance measures beyond the current heavy emphasis on developmental education allows community colleges to target other areas for improvement. Particularly in an era of changing perspectives on developmental education, performance measures should accommodate unforeseen future trends and encourage innovation.

MCCA’s recommendations aim to correct this. Our recommendations eliminate unintended financial penalties while maintaining an emphasis on accountability and encouraging positive and needed innovations. Last week, at the Coordinating Board for Higher Education meeting, MDHE officials presented our recommendations, and the CBHE will consider formally adopting them at their next meeting. If approved, colleges can begin using them on July 1.

Read the full report in the CBHE February Board Book.

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Advocacy Brief – February 5, 2016 http://mccatoday.org/2016/02/advocacy-brief-february-5-2016/ Fri, 05 Feb 2016 16:51:56 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11064 It was all about the higher education budget this week at the Capitol!

In the spotlight were three House appropriations hearings, which all things considered, went pretty smoothly for Missouri’s community colleges.

The hearings focused on HB 2003, the budget bill for the Department of Higher Education that contains appropriations for Missouri’s colleges and universities. Missouri’s 2-year and 4-year public institutions have jointly requested that a 6 percent increase in higher education funding be included in the bill. In addition, MCCA requested $11 million in community college equity funding and additional A+ funding.

As it is currently written, HB 2003 would grant the 6 percent increase as well as a $2.5 million increase to fully fund the A+ program, but it does not include an increase in equity funding. MCCA is actively working to move this priority forward, and we’re hopeful that we will see progress when the House Appropriations Committee sends its version of HB 2003 to the House Budget Committee.

However, going into this week’s hearings, it was unclear what impact recent events at the University of Missouri would have on these requests.

East Central College President and MCCA Chair Jon Bauer along with State Fair Trustee Judy Parkhurst represented Missouri’s community colleges in Wednesday’s House Higher Education Appropriations hearing. The pair immediately followed University of Missouri System interim president Mike Middleton and Brian Burnett, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the system.

Legislators grilled Middleton and Burnett on the UM system’s spending, but the mood in the room lightened considerably as Parkhurst and Bauer took the floor. Their comments focused on general information about all of our colleges, MCCA’s top legislative priorities and our contributions to the state’s workforce and economy.

Jon and Judy both addressed legislators’ questions, discussing tuition, undocumented students, textbook costs, and programs offered to address career readiness.

Committee chair Rep. Donna Lichtenegger, Rep. Mark Parkinson, and Rep. Steve Cookson all spoke highly of community colleges, each noting a personal connection to our sector.

Thank our representatives with a tweet and encourage them to support MCCA’s legislative priorities!

Next, the House Appropriations Committee on Higher Education will draft their budget recommendations for the House Budget Committee to consider. The House Budget Committee should have its version of the bill completed and handed over to the Senate by the beginning of March.

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Three new members join the board of directors http://mccatoday.org/2016/02/two-new-members-join-the-board-of-directors/ Mon, 01 Feb 2016 22:29:21 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11028 The board of directors met for its first meeting of the new year last week. Angelic Cole, Dr. Robert Griffith and Jennifer Kennally joined its ranks, and Karen Fink and Janet Woodworth will continue on to serve another term.

CC -- Fink, KarenBoard of Directors Vice Chair
Karen Fink, Crowder College

Karen has spent 15 years with Crowder College, and is a longtime member of MCCA. In particular, she has played a significant role in the planning and orchestration of MCCA’s annual convention and served as chair of the board of directors in 2014. In November, Karen was re-elected to serve on the executive committee of the board of directors. She will serve a three-year term, starting in the capacity of vice-chair, then moving to chair-elect, and in 2018 will chair the board of directors.

GriffithAdministrative/Professional Department
Dr. Robert A. Griffith, Ozarks Technical Community College

Robert’s career as an administrator began as the coordinator of a tiny community college extension center in Branson, Missouri. Over the last nine years, that tiny outpost has grown and become a full-service campus. During this time, Griffith has been a liaison between the college and the local community, serving in a number of governmental and charitable agencies. Additionally, he is the chair-elect of MCCA’s Global Education Consortium.

STLCC -- Woodworth, JanetClassified Staff Department Vice Chair
Janet Woodworth, St. Louis Community College – Forest Park

Janet is currently the Secretary for the Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park. Janet has worked at the college for 49 years and has worked in Admissions, Instruction, Counseling, Allied Health, Executive Dean’s Office, the Vice President for Academic Affairs Office. She has been a member of MCCA since 1990 and has served on the Classified Spring Workshop Planning Committee and Membership Committee. Also, she has attended most of the Annual MCCA Conventions and Spring Classified Workshops since becoming a member of MCCA.

ColeFaculty Department Vice Chair
Angelic Cole, St. Louis Community College – Forest Park

In addition to the Missouri Community College Association, Angel is a member of the National Education Association and the American Association for Women in Community Colleges. She successfully completed the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, and has received multiple Students Appreciating Teachers and Staff Awards and Honors Program Faculty Member Certificated of Achievement for Teaching Excellence Awards. She has also been awarded the Club of the Year and Club Advisor of the Year, and won the League of Innovation in the Community College for the St. Louis district, as well as the Innovation Award from MCCA in 2014.

Jennifer-Kennally_5X7Trustee Department Vice Chair
Jennifer Kennally, Ozarks Technical Community College

Jennifer recently retired from her position as President and CEO of United Way of the Ozarks. She spent 28 years in non-profit management, serving as President of the Mercy Regional Foundation, Executive Director of United Way of Johnson County, Kansas and Executive Director of the Greene County Unit of the American Cancer Society. Her affiliation with Ozarks Technical Community College began in 2010 when she was asked to serve on the Middle College Advisory Board. That experience is what fostered her passion for OTC, as she witnessed at-risk students being given new opportunities and bright futures through this innovative learning alternative. In 2014,  she was elected by the OTC Board of Trustees to fill the term of founding board member, Jackie McKinsey.

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Help put two community college voices on the PSRS Board of Directors! http://mccatoday.org/2016/02/help-put-two-community-college-voices-on-the-psrs-board-of-directors/ Mon, 01 Feb 2016 18:30:41 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11011

We need your help! Currently community colleges are not represented on the Public School Retirement System board of directors, but we mean to change that!

If you are a PSRS or PEERS member, we need you to sign the petition to have Bill Miller and Marla Moody added to the PSRS ballot.

Someone from your campus will be in touch with you with further instructions on where and how to sign the petition. In the meantime, you can read all about Bill and Marla on our website, or if you want to know more about how you can help collect signatures, you can reach out to your campus contact.

Our goal is to get 1,000 signatures for each candidate by February 19, so we have to act fast!

About the Candidates

Bill Miller, Associate Vice Chancellor
St. Louis Community College

Bill Miller has over 30 years of Human Resource leadership experience that traverses healthcare, government, manufacturing, education and media communications. Bill is currently Associate Vice Chancellor at St. Louis Community College. He came to the college from the State of Missouri, where he was appointed by Governor Nixon to lead the state’s Human Resources, where he had HR responsibilities for over 40,000 employees.

He served in government as an elected official and was elected mayor in the city of Berkeley, Mo. He was appointed and confirmed by the Missouri Senate as Commissioner on the St. Louis County Election Board by Governor Matt Blunt, and presently was appointed and serves as a Commissioner with Missouri Housing Development. Bill says that for most of his adult life, he has been involved in public service. He is a veteran and served in the U.S. Army.

Bill Miller has a Bachelor’s of Science in Aeronautics, a Master’s degree in Business Management, certifications in Employee Relations Law and is a Certified Performance Improvement Instructor.

Bill Miller established B & R Enterprises (a communications media & consulting company) along with his sons, who are in the entertainment field. Bill Miller has been a commercial actor and voice over artist since his college days and consults with his sons in regards to their entertainment ambitions. He always said entertainment is what he would like to do when he grows up.

Bill loves to share his many experiences and has created and spoken to a number of organizations regarding individual potential and perceptions where he has delivered his signature and lightly humorous “You are What You Are, Cause That’s What You Wanna Be”. Bill believes, “that some people change because they feel the heat others because they see the light”.

Marla Moody, Vice Chancellor for Finance
Ozarks Technical Community College

Marla Moody was appointed Vice Chancellor for Finance at Ozarks Technical Community College in November 2004. Mrs. Moody manages all financial aspects for the college, which includes oversight of the preparation and continued support of a multi-million dollar budget, all financial records and receipts, payroll, financial administration and compliance management of grants, the internal audit function, and more. Her responsibility includes the entire college system: three campuses, two education centers and OTC Online, the college’s online, hybrid, and Web enhanced course offerings.

Under her financial direction, Ozarks Technical Community College added its second and third campuses, in Ozark and Hollister, and two education centers, located in Lebanon and Waynesville – all aimed at making the college more geographically accessible. As CFO at OTC, she has overseen a vast expansion of its real estate and programs and is responsible for more than $150 million in annual revenue. In September 2010, Standard & Poor’s raised its credit rating for the college to AA, thanks to the district’s consistent and balanced operations, as well as planned revenue growth.

During her time at OTC, Mrs. Moody has also provided leadership in the development of OTC’s online registration & payment system and has directed the college’s e-commerce initiatives including payroll direct deposit, an online student tuition payment plan and the OTC student SmartCard ID and disbursement system. She currently serves on the college’s Project Management Team overseeing the long-range planning and management of the college’s ERP system.

Mrs. Moody serves on the national Board of Directors of Community College Business Officers, the NelNet Community College Advisory Board and the Board of Directors of Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland, currently serving as Board Treasurer. She is a member of the Missouri Community College Association Presidents/Chancellors Council and Association of Governmental Accountants. In 2010, Ms. Moody was the recipient of CCBO’s Outstanding Chief Financial Officer – Region III, and has served as the President of Board of Directors for the Educational Community Credit Union and the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance.

Marla Moody joined Ozarks Technical Community College in 1997 as Controller, quickly establishing a high standard for financial accuracy and success in the business office. In 2002, she moved into the position of Dean of Finance, and in 2004 was appointed CFO, becoming the first woman to serve on the Chancellor’s Cabinet in a senior management role. Prior to joining OTC, Mrs. Moody worked at Missouri State University in the Financial Services Department. With a Bachelor of Science in Education (Accounting emphasis) from Missouri State University and a Master of Business Administration from Drury University, she contributes over 34 years of public higher education experience to student and college achievement.


Who to talk to on your campus:

Every campus has designated one person to manage the signature gathering process, and should reach out to you with further instructions on how to sign Bill and Marla’s petition. You can also contact these individuals for more information.

Crowder College
Rachel Holcomb

East Central College
Philip Pena
Vice President, Finance & Administration

Jefferson College
Daryl Gehbauer
VP Finance & Administration

Metropolitan Community College
Patricia Amick
Associate Vice Chancellor of Financial Services & Administrative Systems

Mineral Area College
Kathryn Neff
HR Director

Moberly Area Community College
Gary Steffes
Vice President for Finance

North Central Missouri College
Tyson Otto

Ozarks Technical Community College
Jill Cox, CPA
College Director for Finance

St. Charles Community College
Todd Galbierz
Vice President for Administrative Services

St. Louis Community College
Ms. Larre R. Figgs
Executive Assistant to the VC for Finance and Administration

State Fair Community College
Garry Sorrell
Vice President for Finance and Administration

Three Rivers College
Charlotte Eubank
Chief Financial Officer

 

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Advocacy Brief – January 29, 2016 http://mccatoday.org/2016/01/advocacy-brief-january-29-2016/ Fri, 29 Jan 2016 21:25:59 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=11004 LegislativeUpdate_Header_Option1
This week, the Missouri General Assembly began their review of the Governor’s budget and spending priorities that he announced in his State of the State Address.  For Missouri’s colleges, the real budget discussion begins next week when the House Higher Education Appropriations Committee and Budget Committee hold hearings for presentations from higher education institutions.

East Central College President and MCCA Chair Dr. Jon Bauer and Judy Parkhurst, Vice President of the Board of Trustees at State Fair Community College, will represent our colleges in the budget hearings next week.

While discussion on the Governor’s $28 billion proposed budget has only just begun, there is concern in the legislature that the Governor is requesting a record level of supplemental appropriation, to the tune of $307 million.  These funds would be used to finish the current year, a tactic that some legislators view unfavorably, feeling that these funds should be appropriated in the normal budget process each year.

Aside from the budget, the General Assembly debated a variety of higher education related bills, many drafted in response to recent events at the University of Missouri.  The issues ranged from requiring institutions to include classes on the First Amendment, to providing tuition reimbursements to students for the percentage of a course that an instructor misses.  There was also a lengthy hearing on two senate bills that would allow concealed carry of firearms on campus.  We are monitoring all of these and other bills closely.

Workforce development has also emerged as a major topic of conversation in the Capitol this year. Legislators have taken up the issue in response to feedback they are hearing from businesses about hiring challenges – primarily that they’re having trouble finding the right candidates with the right skills for their available jobs.

This is a tremendous opportunity for our colleges, and we’ve already begun shaping the conversation and highlighting our work in this area. Workforce training is both expensive and incredibly important to Missouri’s economy. This is why increasing workforce training funds one of our top four priorities. We expect this discussion will continue over the coming months, and as it does, MCCA will continue to position Missouri’s colleges at the forefront of the discussion.

Subscribe to the brief ]]> SCC Board of Trustees to Begin Search for College’s Fourth President http://mccatoday.org/2016/01/scc-board-of-trustees-to-begin-search-for-colleges-fourth-president/ Tue, 26 Jan 2016 20:42:58 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=10997 At their regular January meeting on Monday, Jan. 25, the St. Charles Community College Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of SCC President Ron Chesbrough, Ph.D., effective June 30, 2016.  Chesbrough has accepted the presidency at Cazenovia College, a four-year private residential college near Syracuse, N.Y., beginning July 1, 2016.

The Board will begin meeting to outline the search process for SCC’s fourth president.  The first meeting is set for Saturday, Jan. 30, according to SCC Board President Rose Mack.

“His communication skills and ability to work well with civic, business and educational leaders, as well as faculty, staff and students, has set him apart as an exceptional leader,” Mack said. “Cazenovia College is fortunate to have secured him as the institution’s next president.”

Chesbrough began his tenure at SCC in October 2011 and succeeded John M. McGuire, Ph.D., who served as president from 1996-2011. Since he arrived at the college, Chesbrough has launched a long-range planning effort, strengthened four-year institution partnerships, completed a reorganization of key areas to support student success, and enhanced internal communications through the use of open forums, email updates, and a personal blog. Under his leadership, the college continued to enhance campus safety initiatives, including the hiring of a Title IX coordinator, and SCC was the recipient of the two largest financial gifts in its history.

He has served on the boards of several civic organizations and is currently president of the Board of the St. Charles County Economic Development Center and is past president of the President’s and Chancellor’s Council of the Missouri Community College Association.

“Selection of SCC’s next president is of the utmost criticality to the members of the Board of Trustees. On Jan. 30, we will begin our work to establish the Presidential Search Process,” Mack said.

St. Charles Community College is a public, comprehensive two-year community college with associate degrees and certificate programs in the arts, business, sciences and career-technical fields. SCC provides workforce training and community-based personal and professional development as well as cultural, recreational and entertainment opportunities. For more information, visit stchas.edu.

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Advocacy Brief – January 22, 2016 http://mccatoday.org/2016/01/legislative-brief-january-22/ Thu, 21 Jan 2016 22:47:58 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=10982 LegislativeUpdate_Header_Option1

Earlier this week, the Governor delivered his final State of the State Address, in which he outlined his budget and policy priorities for next year. Just before the speech, MCCA joined the four-year universities in a budget briefing with the Governor’s office in which we discussed the Governor’s plans in greater detail.

The Governor’s proposed budget totals $27.9 billion, which is a record level for the state.  The two biggest budget items that were identified for increases are Medicaid, primarily due to increasing pharmacy costs and a growing case load, and higher education.

The Governor’s budget now moves to the General Assembly, where legislators will begin committee hearings to review the spending proposals.  We anticipate that the Higher Education Appropriations Committee will begin hearings on our priorities the first week of February.  The state budget must be finalized by early May.

Here is a quick summary of the higher education items in the Governor’s proposed budget:

Appropriations

  • The Governor renewed his pledge to increase higher education funding by 6%, or $55.7 million, as was first announced last fall. The expectation remains that institutions keep tuition flat.  A 6% increase means community colleges would receive a little less than $9 million as a sector.  This increase will come through performance funding, so the exact distribution among all 12 will be dependent on meeting the performance measures.
  • The Governor did not recommend any equity funding for community colleges. Closing the funding gap between public universities and our colleges remains a top priority for MCCA, and we will continue to advocate in the legislature for an $11 million increase.

Financial Aid

  • Nixon is recommending $2.5 million in new funding for the A+ program. Based on MDHE estimates, this will fully fund the program for the roughly 14,000 students who use A+.  Hopefully, this will eliminate the uncertainty we faced during last session and take some of the pressure off of legislators that they faced last year.  This is one of MCCA’s top legislative priorities.
  • The Governor is recommending an increase of $4 million for Access Missouri, which raises the individual student awards to 72%. This would increase the award for community college students by about $90.
  • The Governor is recommending an increase of $500,000 for the Bright Flight scholarship.

Other items recommended by the Governor

  • $3 million for a UMKC/MSSU dental program in Joplin
  • $2 million to enhance and expand nursing education programs
  • $ 11 million to offer job training and work readiness programs for low-income people
  • $500,000 for low income-students to obtain certifications and job training in technology

 

Subscribe to the brief ]]> East Central College President to Lead Missouri Community College Association http://mccatoday.org/2016/01/east-central-college-president-to-lead-missouri-community-college-association/ Thu, 21 Jan 2016 16:17:10 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=10968 IMG_8498

Jefferson City, Missouri – Dr. Jon Bauer, president of East Central College in Union, Missouri began his term as chair of the Missouri Community College Association last week.

Bauer succeeds Dr. Ron Chesbrough, president of St. Charles Community College, and will provide leadership for the association as it represents community college interests across the state.

Among these interests are the priorities outlined in the association’s state legislative agenda—equity funding for community colleges, increased funding for all of Missouri’s public colleges and universities, funding for the A+ scholarship program and support for workforce training.

Bauer has been a member of the association’s governing board since he became president of East Central College on July 1, 2012. He is a product of Missouri’s community college system, graduating in 1984 from Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, an MBA from Fontbonne University and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

As president of East Central College, Bauer recently completed work as a member of the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE) steering committee for the new Blueprint for Higher Education.  He also serves as a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission.

Bauer started at East Central in 1995, as director of public relations. He assumed additional responsibilities in 1999 as the director of college relations.  In 2001 he was promoted to dean of enrollment management.  He spent one year as dean of ECC’s satellite location in Rolla and served as chief financial officer from 2005 to 2012.

Before joining the ECC staff, Bauer was assistant news director and news director at KLPW Radio.  He then went on to serve as editor of the Union Missourian from 1989-1995.

He has served on the boards for Mercy Health East Communities in St. Louis, Mercy Hospital Washington, the Washington Civic Industrial Corporation & 353 Redevelopment Corporation. He is past president of the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors and the Washington Public Library Board.  He is also a past board member and current advisory board member for the Franklin County Area United Way.  He is past president and Paul Harris Fellow in the Union Rotary Club. Bauer is a past member of the Franklin County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy committee and the Union Highway 50 committee.

The Missouri Community College Association is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s community colleges work together to advance common agendas.  MCCA provides advocacy, education, information, and networking opportunities in service of the state’s 5,700 community college faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees.

More about MCCA’s legislative priorities can be viewed here.

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Scorecard Project Update – January http://mccatoday.org/2016/01/january-scorecard-project-update/ Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:53:00 +0000 http://mccatoday.org/?p=10956 Scorecard Project Update – January

With our next Data Advisory Task Force meeting tentatively scheduled for mid February, a lot is going on behind the scenes to advance the scorecard project.

We’re currently working with the vendor that conducted the business analysis for the project, and we hope to finalize a bid for the scorecard project in mid-February.

We’re also actively working to get a bid out on the Workforce Information Database, to secure a vendor that can update the database to be compatible with the new scorecard system.

We’ve created a mock up of screens for the scorecard and we’re awaiting feedback from a few colleges that volunteered to review a draft version of the supplemental data file for EMSAS, that will capture non-credit students. 

Very soon, we’ll begin working on data integration and determining the kinds of reports that we need the system to generate. At our next Data Advisory Task Force meeting we’ll discuss this as well as the new files that the schools will send to the state. 

In advance of the meeting, we’ll share a draft of the supplemental file for all of the schools to review.

Once we have a location secured, we’ll be in touch with a specific date for that meeting meeting. 

 

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