Academic Senate


Student Learning


Board Policy

Basic Skills

Flex Day




and Minutes


Agendas all on one page F2006-S2010


Agendas all on one page F2010 to present



April 17, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form


Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Catherine Webb  (Secretary)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Lauren Handley

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Chris Calima

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Time Berggren


Heather Craig

Brian Brady

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

I.  Opening Business

A.  Public Comments

Any persons may have up to three minutes to address the Academic Senate on any subject not on the agenda today.


B. Approval of Draft Minutes from March 6 and the March 20, 2014 meetings (2:30-2:35)  


II. Reports  


A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  


B. COC (ACTION item) (2:45-2:50)

Anthony Villarreal -- Flex Day Committee


C. Accreditation Report (ACTION item) (2:50-3:05)

Recent Follow-up Letter from ACCJC about Financial Concerns

Common Deficiencies Leading to Sanction -- from the ACCJC newsletter

Proposed Response to ACCJC Draft Standards



D. Basic Skills Report (3:05-3:10)

Merry Dennehy
BSI Committee Reconfiguration

F. ASCCC Delegate Report (3:10-3:30)

ASCCC Plenary was April 10-12
Resolutions from the Plenary Meeting


III Old Business




IV New Business


A. Technology Plan -- Possible Action (3:30-3:55)

Mike Midkiff

Technology Master Plan

Technology Master Plan Powerpoint

Technology Master Plan Timeline


B. Draft Mission Statement: Feedback Opportunity --- Possible Action (3:55-4:15)

Draft Mission Statement: Monterey Peninsula College is an open-access institution that facilitates student learning and achievement within its diverse community. MPC provides high quality instructional programs, services, and infrastructure to support the goals of students pursuing transfer, career training, basic skills, and life-long learning opportunities.


Background: Catherine's presentation on:

The Mission and Student Achievement in the new standards