Agenda March 2013

Colorado Commission on Higher Education Agenda
March 1, 2013 - 1:00 PM
Colorado State Capitol, Old Supreme Court Chambers, Room 220
200 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80203

Meeting Announcement

I. Opening Business

  1. Attendance
  2. Approval of Minutes for the February 1, 2013 Commission Meeting
  3. Reports by the Chair, Commissioners, Commission Subcommittee and Advisory Committee
  4. Executive Director Report
  5. Public Comment

II. Consent Items

  1. Recommendation to Approve an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice in the State System of Community Colleges
  2. Proposal to Offer a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science and Engineering at University of Colorado Boulder
  3. Proposal to Offer a Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Ethnic Studies at University of Colorado Boulder
  4. Recommend Approval of Special Education Generalist Teacher Preparation Program at Colorado Mesa University
  5. Proposal to Offer Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Bilingual Education Specialist Endorsement at the University of Northern Colorado
  6. Proposal to Offer Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education Endorsement at the University of Northern Colorado
  7. Degree Authorization Act: Recommendation of a Status Change for Washington University in St. Louis
  8. Two-Year Cash Funded Capital Program List Amendment – Front Range Community College – Tonya Gomez

III. Action Items

  1. Supplemental Academic Instruction Policy – Dr. Kim Poast and Tamara White
  2. Western State Colorado University 2010 Facilities Master Plan – Tonya Gomez
  3. Financial Aid Policy Corrections – Celina Duran
  4. Financial Accountability Plan for Western State Colorado University – Mark Cavanaugh
  5. Financial Accountability Plan for Adams State University – Mark Cavanaugh

IV. Information Item

  1. AY2012 Report On Educator Preparation to General Assembly – Brittany Lane
  2. Colorado Community College System, Developmental Education Taskforce Update – Dr. Kim Poast
  3. Concurrent Enrollment Report – Dr. Beth Bean
  4. Legislative Update – Chad Marturano