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Yavapai College Board’s next meeting set for Tuesday

The Yavapai College District Governing Board will hold its regular board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 1 p.m., in rooms 110 and 111 of the Prescott Valley Center, 6955 Panther Path, in Prescott Valley.

The board will discuss and vote on the ends statements in the President’s Monitoring Report, determining whether YC continues to meet its goals and provide a meaningful experience with clear objectives for students, job seekers, transfer students and lifelong learners.

The board will also consider and confer on a new process for monitoring District Governing Board processes, changes to Board-President linkage policies, and an ownership linkage plan that will incorporate additional community forums on each side of Yavapai County.

Yavapai College President Penny Wills will report on the Oct. 10 opening of YC’s new Food Pantry on the Prescott campus; results from the Department of Homeland Security’s recent visit; academic highlights from the fall semester; the progress of YC’s building renovations, facilities management news and other related issues.

Vice President for Instruction and Student Development Ron Liss will provide information on the Respect YC campaign and the impact of keynote speaker Rupert Nacoste on students and faculty; the latest developments from Matt Pearcy and the Faculty Senate; news from faculty associations and committees and other related issues.

The meeting is expected to adjourn at about 4 p.m. The full agenda will be posted prior to the meeting at yc.edu/v5content/district-governing-board/minutes.htm.

Yavapai Broadcasting records regular board meetings for subsequent broadcast. The broadcast schedule is available on the Access 13 website at:  access13.org/programming/113-yavapai-college-district-governing-board-meeting.

The DGB, which is composed of elected Yavapai County residents from five districts in the county, is responsible for governing on behalf of and is accountable to Yavapai County taxpayers and residents.

Information from Yavapai College.

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