September 26, 2014
The New Mexico Highlands University Board of Regents will hold a regular meeting on Friday, October 10, at 10 a.m., in Margaret Kennedy Alumni Hall on the main campus.
The meeting agenda will be available seventy-two (72) hours prior in the Office of University Relations.
For disabled access or services call 454-3252 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting to assure that any needed equipment can be made available or special arrangements can be made.
For more information, call (505) 454-3387.
New Mexico Highlands University Board of Regents Meeting
Margaret J. Kennedy Alumni Hall
NMHU Main Campus
Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701 Friday, October 10, 2014 at 10:00 a.m.
1. Call to Order – Chairman Sanchez
2. Roll Call
3. Approval of Agenda for October 10, 2014
4. Approval of the Minutes of July 14, 2014 and July 29, 2014
5. Trolley Building A/E Design Development Report-Baker Architects – Action Item
6. Academic Affairs Report – Dr. Teresita Aguilar
7. Student Affairs Report – Dr. Fidel Trujillo
8. Finance and Administration Report – Mr. Max Baca
A. Easement to the City of Las Vegas for Water Line Bridge east of Douglas Hall from Diamond Ave. to University Ave. – Action Item
B. Accept the NMDOT Grant to Partially Fund Rebuilding Baca Street (9th to 11th) – Action Item
C. FY15 Budget Report
D. Tuition and Fees Rates for FY16
9. Institutional Advancement Report – Mr. William Wootton
10. Faculty Senate Report – Dr. Maureen Romine
11. Staff Advisory Senate Report – Ms. Margaret Sanchez
12. ASNMHU Report – Mr. Joseph Dominguez
13. Persons Wishing to Address the Board
14. President’s Report – Dr. Jim Fries
A. National Hispanic Cultural Center MOU – Action Item
B. Raton Site Phase-Out – Action Item
C. Graduate Tuition – Action Item
D. Informational Items
15. Executive Session – (1) Limited personnel matters related to the hiring, promotion, demotion, dismissal, assignment, resignation, of or investigation or consideration of complaints or charges against any individual or public employee; (2) threatened or pending litigation subject to the attorney-client privilege in which the University is or may become a participant; and (3) real estate acquisition or disposal. Pursuant to provisions of NMSA 1978, §10-15-1(H)(2)(7)&(8).
16. Public Action as Necessary on Closed Session Discussions – Action Item