MINUTES FOR CAC MEETING
March 21, 2007
The College Administrative Council (CAC) met in the Nursing Conference room form 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Dr. Corder called the meeting to order.
In Attendance: Dr. Jan Corder, Brett Bennett for Jay Hicks, Juliet Burgess, Dr. Jessica Dolecheck, Emily Doughty,
Dr. Corder announced that today’s agenda will be modified due to all having to attend another meeting. CAC will meet on March 28th and April 4th at 1:30 p.m. as there is much to complete. President Cofer will meet with Health Sciences next Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.
It was agreed that the regular CAC meetings will begin at 1:30 p.m., beginning April 18th.
- Dr. Fellows reported that Joanna Boult will defend her dissertation on Tuesday, April 3rd.
Dr. Corder reported that Vicki Creighton is working with Jay Hicks to have PRTE files moved to Sugar Hall.
Vicki Creighton will advise PNRS and PRTE this advising period and will add CLSC, CODI, and DHYG in the Fall.
Dr. Oliver emailed a list to each Department Head to review and customize to each department’s specifications for advisement. Judy Kalinich, Administrative Assistant, will be the one to contact for this project. Email information to Judy as she will update screens as necessary.
Dr. Oliver stated that Judy has updated the 119 screen and he asked everyone to please review for accuracy and correct information. This information is used by Dr. Pani for various reports.
is also in charge of moving student files that have transferred to another
major outside and within the
Corder asked all departments to view the RADT website and duplicate their
advising link. Remind students to
come early to reduce delays in registering. She will ask the
Students who have general information questions will be directed to the proper Administrative Assistant; a list will be emailed to each department head.
3. Transfer Credits Form.
Corder stated that this form will be used to assist students who wish to take a
class at another school for various reasons. Prior approval of transfer will be done
and a copy will go to the Registrar’s and a copy will be placed in the
student’s file. Dr. Corder
reiterated, for students who began their academic career here,
4. New Pre-Program Hours Policy.
Dr. Corder met with Judy Smith and Lisa Miller to revise the hours for the pre program hours. PNRS, PRTE and DHYG students will need 75 hours to complete their core requirements; CODI will have 90 hours and CLSC will have 100 hours. This will cut down on students making financial appeals so frequently. If they have not met this requirement, they will need to make appeal or make another choice of study.
Dr. Fellows asked about insurance company forms for students. These forms will be completed by Vicki Creighton or the Registrar’s office.
5. Application Fees.
Dr. Corder announced that all application fees have been applied to each program account. Now is the time to spend; check with Dianne Singletary for deadline dates.
6. HRSA Grant.
forward any outstanding information to Dr. Corder. There is $90,000 remaining. Dr. Corder would like to allocate
$33,000 to have a Smart Classroom for the
Wisenor announced that the
7. The Big Switch.
Students take the place of Dean’s and faculty for a day while the Dean’s and faculty attend the student’s classes. Dr. Dolecheck will revise her meeting time to come on Tuesday morning. Dr. Oliver will advise student during all meetings and relay information to Dr. Corder.
8. Background Check Policy.
Dr. Oliver to review at next meeting.
9. Health Career Day.
Juliet Burgess reviewed information from Keith Joyner and will copy to all. Career Day will be held in SUB Ballroom in October on a Monday.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
Submitted by Debra Bridges