With an extensive record of public service in the city of Pasadena, Ross Selvidge takes over the Area 1 trustee seat with a wealth of experience in the city. Selvidge has more than 35 years of experience in fiscal and economic management. Some of Selvidge’s titles include: planning commissioner,?Recreation and Parks commissioner and board member on the Rose Bowl Stadium Operating Company, just to name a few. Education has always been a focus for Selvidge. Working as a co-chairman and chairman of the Library Funding …
Board aims for more transparency
The Board of Trustees agreed to work on fostering more open communication and transparency with the district and its own members at its bi-annual retreat on Saturday.
Board approves new off-campus site
The Board of Trustees approved a new off-campus site in Rosemead so that it can offer more classes to meet state requirements to receive funding.
Board rejects second chance for winter intersession
The Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve a calendar without a winter intersession, despite being met with strong opposition from protestors sporting winter attire who were kept locked out of the meeting by campus police. Protestors said police refused to let them in saying the room was filled to capacity. However, the board meeting which was held in the Creveling Lounge, had seats available throughout the evening.
Public comment interrupted during Board meeting
President Mark Rocha extended a peace offering in the form of a letter to faculty days after a contentious Board of Trustees meeting in which many individuals read letters highly critical of him and his policies.
Campus seethes over administration
Members of the campus community are sad and seething with disappointment over the actions of the administration after the presentation of two historic votes of no confidence at the March 13 Board of Trustees meeting.
New computer system set to go online
The new Administrative Information System (AIS) Lancerpoint, a product that cost $10.5 million so far and is expected to transform student interactions with the college, will begin its implementation next week, according to officials at the Feb. 6 Board of Trustees meeting.
College aims to bolster ‘student success’
The college plans to improve student access in Spring 2013 according to officials at the Jan. 16 Board of Trustees meeting, in co-ordinance with the Boardâ€™s goal of enrollment management.
Board goals aim for efficiency
The goals included forming better communication on and out of the campus, more shared governance, more funding for the college foundation, and better scheduling and enrollment management for students.
Board approves seven new hires
New and vacant positions were filled after the Board of Trustees approved seven new hires at the Nov. 7 meeting.
The new positions were created to fill the Business and College Services Team.