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									      MINUTES OF THE WORKSHOP AND REGULAR MEETING OF JULY 18, 2006

                BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE


The Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg College met on Tuesday, July 18, 2006 at the EpiCenter
District Offices of St. Petersburg College, 13805 – 58th Street North, Largo, Florida. The
following Board members were present: Chairman Cecil B. Keene, Mr. Kenneth P. Burke, Mr.
W. Richard Johnston and Mr. Deveron M. Gibbons. Vice Chairman Evelyn M. Bilirakis and Dr.
Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President of St. Petersburg College and Secretary to the Board of Trustees,
arrived during the workshop. Mr. Joseph H. Lang, Board Attorney, was excused from attending.
In President Kuttler‘s temporary absence, Dr. Stan Vittetoe, Vice President of Economic
Development & Innovative Projects, sat as Secretary to the Board of Trustees. President Kuttler
joined the meeting at 10:40 a.m. following the workshop. (See Item 06-157.)


06-153.       The meeting was convened by the chairman at 8:30 a.m. The invocation was
given by Dr. Vittetoe and was immediately followed by the pledge of allegiance.


06-154.        In accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act, the following Agenda was
prepared:

                                            AGENDA
                     ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                TUESDAY, JULY 18, 2006

                            EPICENTER CONFERENCE ROOM (1-451)
                                   13805 – 58TH STREET N.
                                     LARGO, FLORIDA

                             REGULAR MEETING: 8:30 A.M.
                        WORKSHOP ON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
                               (following Preliminary Matters)
                                Board Refreshments: 8 A.M.

                               (THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.)

                        PLEASE NOTE: Items contained herein are subject to change
                            during a Board meeting before final Board action.

I.      Call to Order

II.     Invocation
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III.     Pledge of Allegiance

IV.      Preliminary Matters

         A.   Retirement Resolutions

              1.    James R. Cashon, Course & Curriculum, EpiCenter
              2.    George Cooney, Jr., Facilities Services, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
              3.    LeRoy Cowart, Facilities Services, Clearwater Campus
              4.    Sonja H. Hensler, Mathematics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
              5.    Dennis L. Hill, Facilities Services, Tarpon Springs
              6.    Vuong V. Nguyen, Facilities Services, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
              7.    Nancy L. Potts, Nursing, Health Education Center

         B.     Hurricane Preparedness Workshop (detailed agenda included in packet)

V.       Review and Approval of Minutes – Board of Trustees‘ Meeting of June 20, 2006

VI.      Old Business (items previously considered but not finalized). NONE

VII.     Report of New Business from the Board Attorney – Joseph H. Lang. NONE

VIII.    Report of New Business from the College Attorney – Beth A. Horner

IX.      Report of New Business from the President

         A.   BIDS, EXPENDITURES AND CONTRACTS (through Purchasing)

              1.    Quarterly Informational Report of Exempt and Other Purchases Not
                    Exceeding $250,000 Each (for information only)

              2.    Rescission of Approval/Renewal of Existing Agreement – Leased Employees
                    for One-Stop Program

         B.   OTHER EXPENDITURES AND CONTRACTS (exceeding $250,000 and/or as
              deemed necessary)

              1.    Lexis/Nexis Accounts for Paralegal Studies Students
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       C.   OTHER CONTRACTS

            1.    Quarterly Informational Report on Contract Items (for information only)

       D.   CAPITAL OUTLAY, MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND
            CONSTRUCTION

            1.    Quarterly Informational Report of Construction Contract Approvals Not
                  Exceeding $250,000 (for information only)

            2.    Certificate of Final Inspection and Release of Final Payment for Project 706-
                  A-06-1, Re-roof Annex 3, EpiCenter

            3.    Outdoor Firing Range Termination Agreement

            4.    Draft Capital Improvement Program (CIP) 2007

            5.    Bond Resolution for Student Capital Improvement Fees

       E.   AGENCY BILLINGS

       F.   PERSONNEL

            1.    Personnel Report

G.     PROPOSED CHANGES TO BOT RULES MANUAL – Public Hearing

            •     Rule 6Hx23-4.20 Grading System
            •     Rule 6Hx23-5.17 Student Fees

       H.   CURRICULUM

            1.    Credit Curriculum

            2.    Noncredit Curriculum and Fees

       I.   GRANTS/RESTRICTED FUNDS CONTRACTS

            1.    Application/Acceptance
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                   a. Florida Department of Education, Division of Community Colleges and
                      Workforce Education – SUCCEED Florida – Jobs for Florida‘s Future –
                      Continuation Grant

             2.    Amendment(s)

                   •   National Science Foundation
                   •   University of Central Florida – U.S. Department of Homeland Security

        J.   FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006 BUDGET AMENDMENTS

        K.   ALERT ON FEDERAL GUIDELINES FOR FINANCIAL AID AND
             GRADES

        L.   UPDATE ON RECOMMENDATION TO IMPLEMENT ELECTRONIC
             RESOURCES USER FEE

X.      Other Business – Items of Interest from the Board of Trustees

        A.   Evaluation of the President – Cecil B. Keene

        B.   Annual Organizational Meeting (conducted by President for nomination of Chair,
             and thereafter by Chair for other matters considered under this item)

             Items Considered: Election of Chairperson
                               Election of Vice Chairperson
                               Selection of Day for Regular Monthly Board Meetings
                               Selection of Time for Regular Monthly Board Meetings
                               Designation of Location for Regular/Special Board Meetings

        C.   Setting of Alternate Board Meeting Dates for Purposes of Inclement Weather (as
             deemed necessary)

        D.   Appointment of Board Members to Direct Support Organization Boards: Alumni
             Association, Inc. (currently Ken Burke); Foundation, Inc. (currently Cecil Keene);
             and Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Inc. (currently Evelyn Bilirakis)

XI.     Next Meeting with Workshop (Technology Enhanced Innovation in Teaching, Learning
        and Services) Scheduled for Tuesday, August 15, 2006, 8 a.m. at the Seminole Campus,
        UP303/319, Seminole, Florida
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If any person wishes to appeal a decision made with respect to any matter considered by the
Board at its meeting Tuesday, July 18, 2006, he or she will need a record of the proceedings. It is
the obligation of such person to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, §286.0105,
Florida Statutes.

Items summarized on the Agenda may not contain full information regarding the matter being
considered. Further information regarding these items may be obtained by calling the Board
Clerk at (727) 341-3260.


*No packet enclosure


06-155.        Dr. Vittetoe recommended adoption of retirement resolutions for James R.
Cashon, Course & Curriculum, EpiCenter; George Cooney, Jr., Facilities Services, St.
Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; LeRoy Cowart, Facilities Services, Clearwater Campus; Sonja H.
Hensler, Mathematics, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; Dennis L. Hill, Facilities Services, Tarpon
Springs; Vuong V. Nguyen, Facilities Services, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus; and Nancy L.
Potts, Nursing, Health Education Center. Mr. Cooney, Mr. Hill and Ms. Potts were present and,
joined by colleagues, received their resolutions as presented by Chairman Keene and Dr.
Vittetoe. Mr. Burke moved to adopt the resolutions. Mr. Johnston seconded the motion. Mr.
Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye.
Motion carried.


06-156.        Prior to the regular business, the Board held a workshop on Hurricane
Preparedness. Presenters were: Ms. Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional
Services; Mr. Willie Felton, Acting Vice President of Educational & Student Services; Dr. Marty
Clay, Vice President of Educational & Student Services; Mr. Doug Duncan, Director of Human
Resources; Mr. Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information Systems, Business Services,
Planning & Budgeting; and Mr. Charlie Crowther, Fire Science Instructor, Allstate Center.
               Ms. Reiter opened the workshop with a summary of the planning process for
SPC‘s hurricane preparedness efforts, which included working with other colleges and
consultants. She noted the current plan is still in draft mode, with much more work to be done.
Each presenter shared a PowerPoint or verbal presentation, followed by a time of questions by
the Board.
               Mr. Crowther presented an Overview of the Hurricane Continuity of Operation
Plan, including Hazards and Assumptions, Concept of Operations, and Plan Maintenance.
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                Mr. Felton and Dr. Clay presented proposed provisions of the Academic Plan.
Mr. Burke inquired about past damage to other Florida community colleges, as well as whether
any academic agreements exist with nearby community colleges to assist SPC students in case of
disaster. Mr. Felton agreed to investigate the latter. Mr. Carney explained the recovery plan for
the 16,000 online students, including some partnerships that have been developed with other
community colleges. He further stated that there is a movement taking place to keep state
funding if enrollment declines due to devastation and that funding to replace facilities (often
delayed) is different than that for enrollment. Mr. Gibbons asked about recovery time if a
Category 3 through 5 hit SPC, and Mr. Carney responded that systems would be up and running
anywhere from 15 minutes to 36 hours. Ms. Reiter added that many ideas are floating around for
non-traditional teaching methods that could be used if students are without personal computer
use following a disaster. Mr. Johnston recommended categorizing the ideas for emergency
funding and encouraged communication to legislators to put these funding arrangements into
law. Mr. Gibbons recommended that communication to legislators be through Mr. Craig Fugate,
Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management.
                Mr. Duncan presented the Personnel Disaster Planning Proposal. Mr. Gibbons
recommended looking into providing a payment card for cash since ATMs and credit card
processing ability may be down. Mr. Carney suggested staff meet with the College‘s bank
representative regarding access to funds and the possibility of such a card. Mr. Burke inquired
about the past problem of college closings not coinciding with children‘s school closings. Mr.
Duncan responded this is a piece still to be filled in.
                Mr. Carney presented the Information Systems Plan, including the Emergency
Data Center at Seminole Community College in Sanford, Florida. He clarified for Mr. Johnston
that the Sanford site would be the command post for the technical team, and the executive team
would be housed at the Downtown Center with satellite phones. Mr. Johnston asked that College
Attorney, Beth Horner, research whether or not, in an emergency, the chairman or vice chairman
would have the authority to speak or make decisions on behalf of the Board if all trustees could
not be contacted.
                Ms. Reiter presented the Facilities Plan, including the Command Center and
Community Cooperation.
                Dr. Vittetoe presented the Communications Plan and Budget, noting that
$500,000 was previously approved by the Board for hurricane expenditures, of which Ms. Reiter
had been given authority to spend $250,000 for supplies, and Mr. Carney would be using up to
$150,000 of the previously-approved $500,000 for IT expenses, while the other $100,000
remains in reserve for this year‘s expenditures.
                Mr. Gibbons commended staff on the proposed plans shared in the workshop and
added closing comments on information learned from serving with the state‘s emergency
operations team. He noted that one reason Florida is best at hurricane preparedness, recovery and
response is due to mitigation. He said the key to assisting with SPC‘s plan is getting unused
mitigation dollars and again encouraged talking with Mr. Fugate.
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(President Kuttler and Mrs. Bilirakis arrived at 10:08 a.m.)
               Supporting documentation for this workshop is included as Attachment A –
06-156.

(A brief break at 10:25 a.m. followed the workshop.)


06-157.        Following the workshop, at 10:40 a.m., Chairman Keene welcomed President
Kuttler to the meeting and commented on the informative workshop. The president reported on
lessons learned from previous disasters. He added that if the Board wants to be part of the
Command Center, this could be discussed at a later time with the president.


06-158.        The president thanked the Board for allowing him and Mrs. Bilirakis to take the
London trip this past weekend with Congressman Young and reported briefly on the trip.


06-159.       President Kuttler noted that Dr. Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice President of
Educational & Student Services, fell ill yesterday and should be back to work in a few days.


06-160.        The Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg
College for June 20, 2006 were presented by the chairman for approval. The Board accepted the
minutes as submitted.


06-161.        Chairman Keene requested a report of any new business from the College
attorney, Ms. Beth Horner. Ms. Horner stated there was no report.


06-162.        The president presented Items IX-A.1-A.2 under Bids, Expenditures and
Contracts (through Purchasing). The Board accepted Item IX-A.1 as information only. Mrs.
Bilirakis moved approval of Item IX-A.2. Mr. Johnston seconded the motion. Mr. Dotson Hunt,
Director of Purchasing, and Ms. Horner explained the withdrawal of the Gevity contract for
leasing employees. President Kuttler further explained the RFP (Request for Proposal) process.
Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye;
and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.

              Information regarding these items is as follows:
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                                                                 Board Material Relating to
                                                                 Agenda Item IX-A.1
                                                                 Meeting: July 18, 2006


                  Quarterly Informational Report of Exempt and Other Purchases
                                  Not Exceeding $250,000 Each



The following transactions, exceeding $25,000 but not exceeding $250,000, which are exempt from the
bidding procedure, pursuant to State Board of Education Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) and Board of Trustees
Rule 6Hx23-5.12, together with other purchases not exempt from bidding but not exceeding $250,000,
occurred since the April 18, 2006 Quarterly Report. Each transaction was reviewed and approved by the
President, unless otherwise noted. The Cabinet Member(s) to whom the department reports or is
benefited is/are also listed and the funding source if different from the Department listed. The date shown
is the date of approval.

Because each transaction stands on its own and does not occur in sequence with other transactions, a
cumulative dollar amount is not implied when the same vendor appears more than once on the report.

A summary appears at the end of the report, grouping vendors that appear on the report more than once,
showing a total for each during the period.

An excerpt from the July 27, 2004 Amended St. Petersburg College Board of Trustees Rule 6Hx23-5.12-
relating to exemptions from bidding follows the summary of vendors appearing more than once during
the Quarter. This is provided as additional information.

The Acronyms ―SBE‖ and ―BOT‖ stand for the State Board of Education and the St. Petersburg College
Board of Trustees, respectively.

                   *Indicates that this item appeared on a previous Quarterly Report.

The listing is by Purchase Order Number and Date of Approval:


*1. P. O. 48557-Sign Language Associates: $51,360.37. This is an Open Purchase
Order for Interpreter Services issued on July 1, 2005 for $25,000.00 and increased on January 18, 2006
by $25,000.00. The second increase was $1,114.37 for additional services on April 4, 2006; the third
increase of $246.00 was also for additional services; Dr. Anne Cooper, Provost, Clearwater Campus.
May 24, 2006.
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2. P. O. 51356-Oracle Corporation: $27,480.00. This is renewal of software maintenance
support for PeopleSoft Enterprise Outreach, Community Directory; Outreach, Personal Portfolio;
Outreach, Community Access, Learning Management and Learner services for the period of June 10,
2006 through June 9, 2007. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H
which exempt information technology from bidding; Conferlete Carney, Vice President for Information
Systems and Business Services. April 6, 2006.

3. P. O. 51337–Gov Connection: $26,670.81. This was for refurbished computer
equipment funded by student lab fees for Seminole Campus Human Anatomy Lab:

              1. 15 ea Fujitsu Tablet PC computers @ $1,549.00 ea = $23,235.00
              2. One Bretford 18 unit lap top computer Cart @ $1253.02
              3. 3 Logitech Notebook Opt Mouse @ $70.17 ea - $210.51
              4. One Wireless G Broadband Router @ $55.75
              5. One Lexmark Laser Printer @ $1247.89
              6. 2 Lexmark toner cartridges high yield @ $334.32 ea = $668.84

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; Dr. James Olliver, Provost, Seminole Campus and eCampus. April 6, 2006.

4. P. O. 51387-Dell Marketing, LP: $33,989.05. This is for computer equipment for the
University Partnership Classes at EpiCenter (Project #701-A-00-7):

              1. 24 Latitude D610 Lap Top computers @ $1,329.60 ea $31,910.40
              2. One Printer @ $173.63
              3. One Wireless Print Server @ $96.03
              4. One 30-unit Cart for Lap Top computers @ $1,699.00
              5. Printer warranty @ $20.00
              6. Toner @ $89.99

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities; Dell Community College Contract through Manatee Community
College; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. April 7, 2006.

5. P. O. 51427-ENVIROREM INC.: $29,913.00. This is for the asbestos abatement of the
old Library at the St. Petersburg Campus. SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII
D, which allow utilization of contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; Seminole County
Public Schools contract; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. April 11,
2006.
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6. P. O. 51473-EMC Corporation: $25,385.65. This is for the renewal of hardware and
software maintenance on the servers located at the Seminole Campus for the period of April 28, 2006
through April 27, 2007:

                          1. Software maintenance = $ 9,735.39
                          2. Server maintenance =   $15,650.26

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; continuation of existing agreement; Conferlete Carney, Vice President for
Information Systems and Business Services. April 12, 2006.

7. P. O. 51481-KI c/o Commercial Design Services: $31,124.80.                            This is for
furniture for the Conference Room at EpiCenter Annex 3 (Homeland Security):

           1. 20 each Duralite Round Tables @ $341.04 =                     $ 6820.80
           2. 160 each Rapture (4-leg) Armless Chairs @ $151.90 each =      $24,304.00

                                               Plus

8. P. O. 51482-Commercial Design Services: $5,291.22. This was for delivery &
installation of the above furniture.

                              The grand total = $36,417.02.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D, which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; State Contract #420-420-02-1; Susan Reiter,
Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. April 13, 2006.

9. P. O. 51528-Dell Marketing, LP: $46,568.39. This is for computer equipment for the
College of Nursing:

           1. 24 each Latitude D610 Lap Top Computers @ $1,856.81 each=$44,563.44
           2. One 30-module Lap Top Security Cart @ $2,004.95

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities; Dell Community College Contract through Manatee Community
College; Dr. Tom Furlong, Senior Vice President for Baccalaureate Programs and University
Partnerships. April 18, 2006.
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10. P. O. 51530-Commercial Design Services: $44,282.20. This is lobby furniture for
the Pinellas County reception area at EpiCenter:

        1. 10 each Retrospect Sofa bench @ $896.85 each =                        $8,968.50
        2. 10 each Retrospect Sofa Back @ $691.20 each =                         $6,912.00
        3. 20 each Retrospect Rotating Oval Tablet @ $198.45 each =              $3,969.00
        4. 19 each Retrospect Single Bench @ $466.65 each =                      $8,866.35
        5. 14 each Retrospect Single Back @ $312.75 each =                       $4.378.50
        6. 3 each Retrospect 18" diameter End Table @ $525.15 each =             $1,575.45
        7. Freight from Carolina to CDS Warehouse Tampa =                        $3,178.49
        8. Delivery from Tampa & Installation =                                  $6,434.21

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities; State Contract #460-660; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning
& Institutional Services. April 18, 2006.

11. P. O. 51595-Dell Marketing, LP: $116,495.51. This computer equipment is for the
Downtown Center:

  1. 55 each OptiPlex GX520 computers @ $976.62 =                                $53,714.10
        (For computer classroom Career Labs DC225, 226, &255)

  2. 30 each Latitude D610 Lap Top computers @ $1,297.34 each =                  $38,920.20

  3. One Dell Laser Printer =                                                    $   477.00

  4. One Mobile Wireless Cart for Lap Top Computers =                            $ 1,671.95

  5. Two Lap Top computers for instructional users @ $1,439.84 ea=               $ 2,879.68
       (Additional features make the difference in cost)

  6. 3 each Laser Printers @ $388.49 each =                                      $ 1,165.47

  7. One Laser Printer =                                                         $   687.99

  8. One Scanner =                                                               $   104.18

  9. 14 each OptiPlex GX520 Desktop computers @ $1,087.13 =                      $15, 219.82
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Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities; Dell Florida Community College contract through Manatee
Community College; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. April 19,
2006.

12. P. O. 51663-Dell Marketing, LP: $31,801.25. This computer equipment is funded by
Tarpon Springs Campus student lab fees as follows:

       1. For the Business Technology Labs-25 each OptiPlex GX620 computers @
       $1,187.90 each = $29,679.50
       2. For the Human Anatomy & Microbiology Labs- One Latitude D610 Lap Top
       Computer = $2,104.35.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; Dell Florida Community College contract through
Manatee Community College; Dr. Robert Ramsay, Provost. April 21, 2006.

13. P. O. 51735-Media Factory: $48,000.00. This is for the National Terrorism
Preparedness Institute, Allstate Center, for course development & design for the General
Aviation/Runway Incursions Course on behalf of the U. S. Justice Department:

               Media Factory will develop a reusable template for delivery of this web
               based Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) course. The course will be in a
               Sharable Content Object Model (SCORM 2004 v 1.3) conformant
               format and meet the American Disabilities Act (ADA 508) requirements
               for electronic communication. The resulting design will be editable and
               readily modified by changing text in an extensible mark up language file.
               This type of design allows the template to be reused for instruction with
               a very short development time. This type of instructional element is
               known as a Reusable Learning Object; additionally this type of template
               modification can be done by less skilled developer as the changes are
               simply text based rather than Flash based.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding and SBR Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (f) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII G also exempt
instructional services from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. April 21, 2006.

14. P. O. 51752-Apogen/Science & Engineering Applications (SEA):
$30,327.67. This is for the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute, Allstate Center, on behalf of
DISA: Area Security Operations Command Control System for:
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               Hosting web based training courses for Functional Users and System
               Administrators for the Area Security Operations Command and
               Control System.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. April 25, 2006.

*15. P. O. 48613-Kevin Patz: $30,000.00. This is for professional broadcast services, as
needed, to include writing, producing, editing and videograph services for the Multijurisdictional
Counterdrug Task Force Training program, Allstate Center, and was initially issued on October 1, 2005
in the amount of $20,000.00. The purchase order was increased by $5,000.00 on February 7, 2006 for a
total of $25,000.00. A second increase of $5,000 was approved on April 26, 2006. The two increases
were due to work needed for additional classes; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer April 27,
2006.

*16. P. O. 47238-Follett Higher Education Group: $88,278.00. This is an open
purchase order for textbooks and materials for the Dual Credit Program issued on July 13, 2005 in the
amount of $70,000.000. An increase of $18,278.00 was needed for additional books and materials. (The
Pinellas School Board reimburses the College for these expenses.) Dr. Robert Ramsay. May 1, 2006.

*17. P. O. 49047-Follett Higher Education Group: $35,275.00. This is an open
purchase order for textbooks and materials for the Early Admissions program issued on October 28, 2005
in the amount of $24,000.00. An increase of $11,275.00 was needed for additional books and materials.
(The Pinellas School Board reimburses the College for these expenses.) Dr. Robert Ramsay. May 1,
2006.

18. P. O. 51828-Dell Marketing, LP: $28,591.00. This is for computer equipment funded
by student lab fees for the Tarpon Springs Campus Business Technology Lab:

                           25 OptiPlex GX620 computers @ $1,143.64 each

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; Dell Florida Community College contract through
Manatee Community College; Dr. Robert Ramsay, Provost. May 1, 2006.

19. P. O. 51866-The Music Gallery: $38,900.00. This is for equipment funded by student
lab fees for the Piano Lab, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus:

             One Steinway Model M Grand Piano with Ebony finish, Delivered
             List Price =  $ 46,600
             Discount =    ($ 7,000)
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              Trade =           ($ 500) 48 year old Baldwin-poor condition
              Trade =           ($ 200) 46 year old Hamilton-poor condition
              Final Price =      $ 38,900

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (h) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII I which exempt from bidding
single source procurements for purposes of economy or efficiency in standardization of materials or
equipment. The Music Gallery is the area authorized Steinway dealer. This continues the
standardization of piano equipment in keeping with the College‘s sterling reputation for quality music
education; Dr. Charles L. Roberts, Provost. May 2, 2006.

20. P. O. 51933-Apple Computer: $33,677.00. This is for the following equipment:

        1. 17 each IMac computers @ $1866.34 each = $31,727.78
        2. 17 each AppleCare protection for IMac computers @ $114.66 each = $1,949.22

        eCampus student lab fees funded $13,064.36 of the total expenditure.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (h) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII I which exempt information
technology from bidding; Dr. James Olliver, Provost, Seminole Campus and eCampus. May 4, 2006.

21. P. O. 51934-Dell Marketing, LP: $79,446.14. This is computer equipment funded by
student lab fees for the Communications Lab, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus:

        1. 52 each D610 Lap Top computers @ $1,344.32 each =            $69,904.64
        2. 2 ea. Workgroup Laser Printer @ $399.00 each =               $ 798.00
        3. 3 ea. D810 Latitude Lap Top Computers @ 1,885.80 each =      $ 5,657.40
        4. 2 ea. 32 MB Memory for each Printer @ $23.10 each =          $    46.20
        5. 2 ea. 30-Module Lap Top Security Cart @ $1,519.95 each =     $ 3,039.90
                                             Total =                    $79,446.14

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; Dell Florida Community College contract through
Manatee Community College; Dr. Charles L. Roberts, Provost. May 4, 2006.

22. P. O. 46448-Dr. Joyce Swartzman: $27,572.00. This was issued on July 1, 2005 in
the amount of $24,997.00 for teaching services for the fall & spring sessions of the College of Education
plus a 50day spring seminar for student teachers:

          1. 3 Sections of EDE 3221-Integrated Elementary Curriculum Fall & Spring
          2. 3 Sections of EDG 3620-Curriculum & Instruction, Fall & Spring

An increase of $2,575.00 was needed to cover the cost of workbooks provided for the courses.
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 Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (f) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII G which exempt instructional
services from bidding; Dr. Tom Furlong, Senior Vice President, Baccalaureate Programs and University
Partnerships, May 10, 2006.

23. P. O. 49369-Jordan Productions: $33,580.00. This purchase order was issued on
November 17, 2005 in the amount of $9,930.00 for the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute,
Allstate Center, in connection with a task order from the Office of Domestic Preparedness to provide
producer support for Part 2 of a video training package that included script writing and editing. An
increase of $9,050.00 on March 18, 2006 for additional videos brought the total to $18,980.00. A second
increase of $14,600.00 was for the 4th video in the series.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding, James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer, May 10, 2006.

*24. P. O. 46973-Baker & Taylor Books: $27,000.00. This open purchase order was
issued on July 1, 2005 in the amount of $23,000.00 for purchases as needed of library materials and
supplies. It was increased by $4,000.00 on March 16, 2006 for additional materials and supplies bringing
the total to $27,000.00. A second increase was needed in the amount of $855.00, bringing the total to
$27,855.00.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; State Contract #715-001-01-1; Dr. Carol
Copenhaver, Senior Vice President, Educational & Student Services. May 15, 2006.

25. P. O. 52139-Sealund & Associates: $29,250.00. This was issued on behalf of the
National Terrorism Preparedness Institute, Allstate Center for the following:

               Provide Project Manager and Designers/Developers to develop an
               in-depth NTPI overview presentation for Web Based and CD-ROM
               delivery. The final product will highlight the many products and
               capabilities of BTPI. This is part of both a general need for NTPI
               marketing and a specific request by the program manager of the
               Training Support Working Group (TSWG).

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer, May 19, 2006.

26. Renewal of Agreement with Audit Systems, Inc., a local Largo company as Agent
for Collection of Delinquent Accounts for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2009 at a fee of
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19.5% of each collected account; Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information Systems and
Business Services. May 22, 2006.

27. P. O. 53282–Crosstown Couriers: $48,426.96. This is renewal of the agreement for
Courier Services in connection with Mail & Distribution for the period of July 1, 2006, through June 30,
2007. The base contract is for 248 days @ a daily rate of $195.27. Additional services, if requested will
be billed @ $18.48 per day. A fuel surcharge of $5.36 per day applies when fuel prices exceed $1.98 per
gallon; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. May 22, 2006.

*28. P. O. 50753-Tampa Bay Trane: $92,900.00. This was issued on March 2, 2006 in
the amount of $81,452.00 for installation of a used chiller and removal of the existing Carrier Chiller at
the Allstate Center. It was increased on April 3, 2206 in the amount of $10,757.00 for a complete gasket
replacement. A second increase of $707.00 was to add a Flow (safety) switch. Authority: Board
approval to standardize Heating, Ventilating & Cooling equipment with the Trane brand Collegewide;
Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. May 24, 2006.

29. P. O. 52246-Quroum Services: $49,898.20. This was for the following:

                To provide Code Compliance Inspection Services & Code
                Compliance Plan Review Services in connection with Project
                #1707-U-03-8, Orthotics and Prosthetics Building, Health
                Education Center.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (f) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII G which exempt professional
services from bidding; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. May 24,
2006.

30. P. O. 52312-Commercial Design Services: $50,933.19 for the following furniture
for the Tarpon Springs Campus Bookstore and Food Services areas of the Olympia Building:

    A. 15 large Bistro Table Bases with 48‖ round Table Tops @ $601.28 each =$9,019.20
    B. 3 Stand Up Table Bases with 24‖ round Table Top @ $412.66 each =      $1,237.98
    C. 26 Table bases for 30x60 rectangular Table Top @ $70.38 each =        $1,829.88
    D. 13 30x60 Table Tops with Bullnose Edge @ $383.60 each =               $4,986.80
    E. 56 Café Twist Chair Wood Back @ $105.63 each =                        $5,915.28
    F. 13 Café Twist Bar Stool Wood Back @ $141.68 each =                    $1,841.84
    G. 8 60‖ Maple Table Top Booths @ $646.24 each =                         $5,169.92
    H. 9 60‖ Double Table Top Booths @ $856.80 each =                        $7,711.20
    I. One Circle (3/4) Maple Top Booth =                                    $4,166.96
    J. Yellow Freight from Michigan to CDS Tampa =                           $ 730.67
    K. Yellow Freight from Minnesota to CDS Tampa =                          $1,680.00
    L. Delivery & Installation for related services:
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    Receipt @ CDS Warehouse; delivery to Tarpon Campus;
    Assembly & installation of all product according to
    Plan locations; storage in warehouse as required including
    Trash disposal & warranty service =                                             $6,643.46

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
governmental entity contracts in lieu of bidding; State Contract #420-420-02-1; Susan Reiter, Director of
Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. May 30, 2006.

31. P.O. 52706-U. S. Merchant Marine Academy/GMATS: $150,000.00 for the
development of course content for the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute modules in the “Inter-
modal Supply Chain Security” training support package:

        Training materials for law enforcement and security personnel; ―The goal of the Inter-
        modal Supply Chain Security Training Support Package is to provide the requisite
        knowledge, skills, and abilities to safely and efficiently prevent, plan for, respond to, and
        recover from acts of theft, transportation of illicit cargoes, or other crimes involving the
        intermodal supply chain to include terrorist exploitation of the global inter-modal supply
        chain.‖

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which exempt instructional
materials from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. June 6, 2006.

32. Renewal of Agreement for Business Related Travel Management Services
with Carlson Adventure Travel for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 with no increase in
service charges of $10.00 per airline ticket when booked using the vendor‘s web site and $20.00 per
airline ticket when booking through telephone. Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information
Systems and Business Services; May 22, 2006.

33. P. O. 52709-BMA Production Services: $200,000.03. This is for the video
production of seven (7) episodes relating to the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) task order to
the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute relating to the 5 Inter-modal Supply Chain Security project.

          The time needed for the instructional materials to be written, for scripts to be
          prepared and for the videos to be produced as noted in 1 and 2 above doesn‘t
          leave enough time to include the bidding process. The minimum time for
          bidding these two requirements (to include the time needed to prepare and issue
          the bids, the time the vendors need to prepare their bid, to include the time
          allowed for protest, and the time then needed to obtain bid award approval and
          issue purchase orders 3.5 weeks. Other activities, including year-end closing
          and preparing the new fiscal year purchase orders could add to the time element
          of the bid process.
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          In addition, if there should be a protest, the projects then would be in jeopardy
          because the both tasks must be completed by the end of July.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (f) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII G which exempt instructional
materials from bidding and exempt information technology from bidding and SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2)
(g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information technology from bidding; James C.
Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. June 6, 2006.

34. P. O. 52985-Oracle Corporation: $104,905.39. This is for the following:

        License Metric agreement for the PeopleSoft Student Enterprise and
        Expansion module and includes the Perpetual Student Count for the period of
        June 10, 2006 to June 9, 2007.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempts
information technology from bidding; Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information Systems and
Business Services. June 15, 2006.

35. P. O. 53003-Professional Grounds Management: $61,980.00. This was a bid
award for landscaping services for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for EpiCenter
Technology & Business Center, EpiCenter Services, EpiCenter Annex II & III and the Fire/EMS
Training site. The Bid Tabulation/Annual Price to perform services:

1. Professional Grounds Management-$61,980.00 (Mon-Sat) low bid meeting specifications

2. TrueGreen-$65,832.00 (to be done Mon-Fri) or $69,108.00 (Sat. only)

3. Perfect Cut Lawn Service-$79,440.00 (to be done during Mon-Fri) or $115,860.00 (Sat. only)

4. Krystal Kleen-$97,200.00 (Mon-Sat) $97,200.00

Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. June 2, 2006.

36. P. O. 53038-Signature Learning Group: $29,600.00.                            This is for the National
Terrorism Preparedness Institute (NTPI), Allstate Center:

        The work to be performed is for the Technical Support Working Group (TSWG).
        NTPI is instructed to create a User Guide for the Systems Administrator
        Simulation Trainer (SAST) under the TSWG 5 contract.
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        The work creating the User Guide will consist of analyzing, editing & sequencing
        the content which will be drawn from existing materials. A Draft Training Guide
        will be created and upon approval the finalized Training Guide will be delivered to
        NTPI.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt instructional
materials from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. June 15, 2006.

37. P. O. 53069-Steven W. Vehmeier: $103,000.00. This is to provide instructional
services for Corporate Training Services plus the services of the Steven Vehmeier Real Estate Appraisal
School for the use of State approved courses for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt instructional
services and materials from bidding; Dr. Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for Educational &
Student Services. June 6, 2006.

38. P. O. 53076-Professional Grounds Management: $178,000.00. This is renewal
of landscape services for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 7, 2008 for grounds maintenance at
Allstate Center, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus, Seminole Campus and Tarpon Springs Campus; Susan
Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. June 6, 2006.

39. P. O. 53078-Baker & Taylor Books: $27,000.00. This is an open purchase order for
the continuation of periodical subscriptions for the libraries for the period of July 1, 2006 through June
30, 2007. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (b) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII C which exempts
library books, reference books, periodicals and other library materials and supplies from bidding; Dr.
Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for Educational & Student Services. June 6, 2006.

40. P. O. 53079-Follett Higher Education Group: $60,000.00. This is an open
purchase order for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase of course materials
for Non-Credit Computer Classes. Authority: Follett is the College‘s contracted Bookstore Manager;
Dr. Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for Educational & Student Services. June 6, 2006.

41. P. O. 53080-Yankee Book Peddler, Inc.:$50,000.00. This is an open purchase
order for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase of library books as needed.
Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (b) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII C which exempts library
books, reference books, periodicals and other library materials and supplies from bidding; Dr. Carol
Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for Educational & Student Services. June 6, 2006.

42. P. O. 53081-Baker & Taylor Books: $50,000.00. This is an open purchase order for
the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase of library books as needed.
Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
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contracts of governmental entities; State Contract #715-001-01-1; Dr. Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice
President for Educational & Student Services. June 6, 2006.

43. P. O. 53082-Assessment Technologies Institute, LLC: $100,000.00. This is
for the purchase as needed of textbooks, DVDs and Assessment and Review Program for the College of
Nursing for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (a) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII B which exempt the purchase
of textbooks and materials from bidding; Dr. Tom Furlong, Senior Vice President, Baccalaureate
Programs and University Partnerships. June 6, 2006.

*44. P. O. 46194-Eva-Tone, Inc.: $39,305.00. This was initially issued in the amount of
$25,830.00 for 1500 copies of the SCADA-Technical Support Working Group (TSWG) 3 Guidebook,
“Securing Your Industrial Control System” for the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute (NTPI),
Allstate Center. It was increased by $7,980.00 on July 29, 2005 and increased by $3,920.00 on
December 16, 2005. Those increases were for waterproof paper that was required by TSWG. A final
increase of $2,175.00 was necessary for re-printing the Guidebook covers (at the request of TSWG);
James C. Brock, Jr., Campus Executive Officer. June 6, 2006.

45. P. O. 47537-Creative Carbon: $33,250.00. This purchase order was issued on August
1, 2005 for the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute (NTPI), Allstate Center, in the amount of
$16,000.00 to provide video production support for a Traffic Stops Training Support Package for the
Bureau of Justice Assistance. It was increased in the amount of $17,250.00 for additional online editing
and other post production work related to the project. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) &
BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information technology from bidding; James C. Brock, Jr.,
Campus Executive Officer. June 15, 2006.

46. P. O. 53091-Compuquip Technologies: $31,400.00. This was Network Systems &
TV Operations for the following:

           1. Check Point Enterprise Software subscription & standard support for SPC
           User Center including 5x12 phone support with 4-hour response time @
           $27,900.00;

           2. Check Point SmartDefense Service for seven (7) gateways for a one year
           period @ $3,500.00.

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information Systems and Business
Services. June 15, 2006.
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47. P. O. 53093-Sonitrol, Inc.: $53,442.17. This was for the following:

                Renewal of Monitoring Services for Burglary, Fire and Panic and
                Elevator Alarms for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007
                @ the rate of $4,687.91 per month at all SPC sites currently having
                such alarms. (This does not include warranty/service for CCTV.)

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D allowing utilization of
contracts of government entities in lieu of bidding; SPC has been utilizing a contract of the School Board
of Pinellas County; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional Services. June 15, 2006.

48. P. O. 53094-Follett Higher Education Group: $90,000.00. This is an open
purchase order for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase as needed of
textbooks for the Dual Credit Program. Authority: Follett is the College‘s contracted Bookstore
Manager; Dr. Robert Ramsay, Provost, Tarpon Springs Campus. June 15, 2006.

49. P. O. 53095- Follett Higher Education Group: $60,000.00. This is an open
purchase order for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase as needed of
textbooks for the Early Admission Program. Authority: Follett is the College‘s contracted Bookstore
Manager; Dr. Robert Ramsay, Provost, Tarpon Springs Campus. June 15, 2006.

50. P. O. 53097-Follett Higher Education Group: $30,000.00. This is an open
purchase order for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the purchase as needed of
Course materials for Regulated Industries ($20,000.00) and Course materials for Non-Credit
Management classes ($10,000.00). Authority: Follett is the College‘s contracted Bookstore Manager;
Dr. Carol Copenhaver, Senior Vice President, Educational & Student Services; June 15, 2006.

51. P. O. 53098-NALCO: $61,656.00. This is for renewal of Heating, Ventilation & Air
Conditioning Water Treatment Services for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007.
Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities; School Board of Pinellas County Bid No. 06-962-547-RFP approved
by Pinellas School Board May 22, 2006; Susan Reiter, Director of Facilities Planning & Institutional
Services. June 15, 2006.

52. P. O. 53116-University of South Florida: $59,500.00. This is for the continuation
of the Internet 2 Sponsored Participation Agreement for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30,
2007. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow
utilization of contracts of governmental entities; University of South Florida contract; Lars Hafner,
Associate Vice President in Charge of the University Partnership Center & Athletics. June 15, 2006.
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53. P. O. 50930-Offspring Solutions: $48,150.00. This was issued on March 14, 2005 in
the amount of $9,750.00 for consulting services in connection with the PeopleSoft Financial System
upgrade. It was increased by $38,400.00 for additional consulting services related to the upgrade.
Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (g) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII H which exempt information
technology from bidding; Conferlete Carney, Vice President for Information Systems & Business
Services. June 19, 2006.

*54. P. O. 46250-Baker & Taylor Books: $76,091.00. This is an open purchase order
and was issued in the amount of $25,000.00 for the purchase as needed of library books & supplies. It
was increase by $50,000.00 on December 5, 2005 for additional purchases. The second increase of
$291.00 was also for additional purchases. A third increase of $800.00 was needed for additional
purchases. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow
utilization of contracts of governmental entities; State Contract #715-001-01-1; Dr. Carol Copenhaver,
Senior Vice President for Educational & Student Services. June 27, 2006.

55. P. O. 53197-Xerox Corporation: $52,118.16. This is to continue maintenance
services for the period of July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007 for the Xerox 6100 DocuTech Copy
Machine was purchased in 2002 for the Print Shop. Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (h) & BOT
Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII I which exempt single source procurements from bidding; Amelia Carey, Director
of Institutional Advancement. June 21, 2006.

56. Renewal of the voluntary Student Health & Accident Policy for the 2006-
2007 Academic Year with Student Insurance of Los Angeles, California. This plan is endorsed by
the American Association of Community Colleges:

Annual Premium for Domestic Students:

A. Student      $1,069.00      Optional Major Medical: $541.00
B. Spouse       $3,735.00
C. Each Child   $2,400.00

Semi-Annual Premium for Domestic Students:

A. Student      $ 534.00
B. Spouse       $1,868.00
C. Each Child   $1,200.00

Quarterly Premium for Domestic Students:

A. Student      $ 267.00
B. Spouse       $ 934.00
C. Each Child   $ 600.00
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Annual Premium/for International Students:

A. Student       $ 811.00                 There is no Optional Major Medical
B. Spouse        $3,032.00
C. Each Child    $1,624.00

Semi-Annual Premium for International Students:

A. Student       $ 406.00
B. Spouse        $1,516.00
C. Each Child    $ 812.00

Quarterly Premium for International Students:

A. Student       $ 203.00
B. Spouse        $ 758.00
C. Each Child    $ 406.00

The following changes, which apply to both Domestic & International Student policies, were made to
help contain rising costs for the students premiums:

1. A $15.00 co-pay per visit in addition to the deductible for Physicians Visit Benefit.

2. A $15.00 co-pay per visit in addition to the deductible on Laboratory Benefit.

3. A Deductible increase to $200.00 per person per policy year, $100 waived w/ Student Health Center
referrals.

Dr. Martyn Clay, Vice President for Educational & Student Services. June 21, 2006.

57. P. O. 53320-Dell Marketing, LP: $26,002.31. This was for the following computer
equipment for the SPC Collegiate High School, St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus:

        1. 20 each Latitude D620 Lap Top Computers @ $1,259.05 each = #25,181.00
        2. One Lap Top Storage Cart @ $821.31

Authority: SBE Rule 6A-14.0734 (2) (c) & BOT Rule 6Hx23-5.12 VIII D which allow utilization of
contracts of governmental entities in lieu of bidding; Dell Florida Community College contract through
Manatee Community College; Dr. Charles L. Roberts, Provost. June 30, 2006.

Summary of Vendors Appearing More Than Once:
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1. Oracle Corporation:
51356 $ 27,480.00 04-06-06
52985 $104,905.39 06-15-06
      $132,385.39

2.      Dell Marketing, LP:                3. Commercial Design Services**
51387   $ 33,989.05  04-07-06              51481 $ 31,124.80       04/13/06
51528   $ 46,568.39  04/18/06              51482 $ 5,291.20        04/13/06
51595   $116,495.51  04/19/06              51530 $ 44,282.20       04/18/06
51663   $ 31,801.24  04/21/06              52312 $ 50,933.19       05/30/06
51828   $ 28,591.00, 03/08/06                      $131,632.41
51934   $ 79,446.14  05/04/06              ** #51481 was to KI c/o Commercial Design
53320   $ 26,002.31  06/30/06              Services (CDS)for furniture; #51482 was to
        $361,893.65                        CDS for delivery & installation.


3. Follett Higher    Education Group:
47238 $ 18,278.00     05/01/06   (Increase)
49047 $ 11,275.00     05/01/06   (Increase)
53079 $ 60,000.00     06/06/06
53094 $ 90,000.00     06/15/06
53095 $ 60,000.00     06/15/06
53097 $ 30,000.00     06/15/06
       $269,553.00

4. Baker & Taylor Books:
46973 $ 4,855.00  05/15/06         (Increase)
53078 $ 27,000.00 06/06/06
53081 $ 50,000.00 06/06/06
46250 $ 38,400.00 06/19/06         (Increase)
      $120,255.00

5. Professional Grounds Management:
53003 $ 61,980.00 06/02/06
53076 $178,000.00 06/06/06
      $239,000.00


For Informational Purposes Only:

Excerpt from Board of Trustees’ Rule 6Hx23-5.12: Purchasing:
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All non-exempted purchases exceeding the Category Two threshold amount [$25,000] as specified in
Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, require a formal sealed competitive solicitation requested from at least
three responsible vendors, when possible. In addition, competitive solicitation awards exceeding the
Category Five threshold amount [$250,000] as specified in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, must be
approved by the Board of Trustees. Whenever two or more such solicitations, which are equal with
respect to price, quality, and service are received for the procurement of commodities or services, a
solicitation response received from a business that certifies that it has implemented a drug-free workplace
program as specified in Section 287.087 Florida Statutes, shall be given preference in the award process.
In the event it is desired to competitively solicit commodities or services that are included in the exempt
form competitive solicitation category, the competitive solicitation must originate through Purchasing.

The following are exceptions to competitive solicitations:

A. Purchases under Sections 946.515 (PRIDE) and 946.519 (The State Department of Corrections),
Florida Statutes.

B. Educational tests, textbooks, instructional materials and equipment, films, filmstrips, video tapes, disc
or tape recordings or similar audiovisual materials, and computer-based instructional software.

C. Library books, reference books, periodicals, and other library materials and supplies.

D. Purchases at the unit or contract prices established through competitive solicitations by any unit of
government established by law or non-profit buying cooperatives.

E. Food.

F. Services or commodities available only from a single or sole source.

G. Professional services, including, but not limited to artistic services, instructional services, health
services, environmental matters, attorneys, legal services, auditors, and management consultants,
architects, engineers, and land surveyors. Services of architects, engineers, and land surveyors shall be
selected and negotiated according to Section 287.055, Florida Statutes. For the purposes of this
paragraph, ―professional services‖ shall include services in connection with environmental matters,
including, but not limited to the removal of asbestos, biological waste, and other hazardous material.

H. Information technology resources defined as all forms of technology used to create, process, store,
transmit, exchange, and use information in various forms of voice, video and data and shall also include
the personnel costs and contracts that provide direct information technology support consistent with each
individual college‘s information technology plan.

I. Single source procurements for purposes of economy or efficiency in standardization of materials or
equipment.
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J. Emergency purchases not in excess of the Category Two threshold [$25,000] as specified in Section
287.017, Florida Statutes as provided for in P6Hx23-5.123.

    (Rule Authority: State Board of Education Rule 6A-14.0734 Bidding Requirements.)


Dotson Hunt, Director of Purchasing, compiled this Quarterly Informational Report of
Exempt and Other Purchases Not Exceeding $250,000.00.

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                                                                             Board Material Relating to
                                                                             Agenda Item IX-A.2
                                                                             Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                   BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

        Rescission of Approval/Renewal of Existing Agreement-Leased Employees for
                                   One-Stop Program

At the meeting of June 20, 2006, the Board authorized the awarding of a contract to Gevity for
the leasing of employees for the One-Stop Program as a result of Request for Proposal (RFP)
#SPC 30-05-06, which was issued to potential vendors to determine the cost to lease
approximately 38 to 40 employees to work in the One Stop Center program for the period
beginning on or after July 1, 2006 and ending on June 30, 2007. (As the Board is aware, the
College has been the administrator of the Workforce Development One Stop Centers located
throughout Pinellas County since 2001.)

The RFP stated that the successful vendor would be required to enter into an appropriate
agreement to be prepared by the College Attorney and that any contractual terms required by the
successful vendor must be submitted with the Proposal and approved by the College Attorney.

Upon analyzing the Proposals, it was noted that Gevity‘s response included a 2-page ―Pricing
Proposal‖ which would require the signature of the appropriate College official; however the
Gevity Proposal did not contain any other specific contractual requirements.

The day after the June 20th Board meeting information came to light which affects the validity of
the Gevity Proposal that was recommended by Staff for contract award. It was disclosed by a
One-Stop staff member that on June 8, 2006, the day after the opening of proposals, he received
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electronically from Gevity representative Catherine C. Black, a 16-page agreement that is
required by Gevity.

Given the manner in which the Gevity ―Professional Services Agreement‖ became known to the
Director of Purchasing 12 days after Proposals were submitted and one day after the June 20th
Board meeting in which an award was made, the Board is requested to rescind its previous
approval to award the contract to Gevity for leasing employees for the One-Stop Program and to
authorize the Director of Purchasing to reject all proposals. In addition, approval is sought to
continue with the existing contract for leased employees with the incumbent vendor, Crum
Services (formerly known as Great American Employee Services). In the meantime research will
be done to identify additional vendors of these services, while specifications will be rewritten in
greater detail for a future procurement of these services.

For the record, the existing contract between the College and Crum Services compares more
favorably to the College than the Gevity contract. The specifications for a future procurement of
leased employees will incorporate the favorable terms.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President and Dotson Hunt, Director of Purchasing, recommend
approval.
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06-163.        The president sought approval of Item IX-B.1 under Other Expenditures and
Contracts (over $250,000 and/or as deemed necessary), as well as Item IX-C.1 (presented for
information only), Capital Outlay Items IX-D.1-D.5, Agency Billings Item IX-E, and Personnel
Item IX-F. Mr. Johnston moved approval. Mr. Burke seconded the motion.
               Clarification was provided by Mr. J.C. Brock, Campus Executive Officer of the
Allstate Center, on Item IX-D.3, termination of the Outdoor Firing Range agreement. Mr. Burke
voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr.
Keene voted aye. Motion carried.

               Information regarding these items is as follows:

                                                            Board Material Relating to
                                                            Agenda Item IX-B.1
                                                            Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                             ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE
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                      Lexis/Nexis Accounts—Paralegal Studies

Authorization is sought to enter into a continuing arrangement with
Lexis/Nexis which will allow Paralegal Studies students to purchase their own
Lexis passwords each semester for a set fee. (The current fee is $40 per
semester.)

Lexis/Nexis offers schools with this arrangement the opportunity for their students
to purchase individual passwords each semester. The school facilitates this by
collecting student names and letting Lexis know the number at the opening of each
semester.

Authorization is also sought to continue the contractual arrangement between
Lexis/Nexis and SPC for an instructor password for an annual contract in the
amount of $1284.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President, Dr. Anne M. Cooper, Provost and Ms. Susan
Demers recommend approval.

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                                                           Board Material Relating to
                                                           Agenda Item IX-C.1
                                                           Meeting: July 18, 2006


                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                            ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                     Quarterly Informational Report on Contract Items

This informational report includes executed contracts and/or items that have been approved by
either the President or designee; the President and Chair of the Board of Trustees; or the
President‘s Cabinet during the preceding Quarter and are being reported to the Board pursuant to
Board of Trustees‘ Rule 6Hx23-5.903.
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Section A: The following transactions are related to contracts and/or items in amounts not
     exceeding $250,000.

1.    Agreement with ADT Security Services, Inc. to provide fire alarm monitoring services for
      EpiCenter Annex 3. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will continue
      through June 30, 2010. The cost to the College for this Agreement will be $3,400 per year.
      This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—Facilities Services
      Contracts

2.    Affiliation Agreement with All Children’s Hospital to provide clinical experience to
      students enrolled in Nursing, Physical Therapy Orthotics and Prosthetics, Medical
      Laboratory Technology, Radiography, Respiratory Care, and Health Information
      Management at no cost to the College. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible
      and will be ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by the
      President on May 30, 2006. Department—Provost, HEC

3.    Agreements with Apple Computer, Inc. whereby Apple will provide the College an
      iTunes network interface, which will allow SPC‘s educational content to be downloaded
      via the iTunes network. SPC will also be able to distribute the iTunes application to
      students via the campus network or through individual CDs created by SPC. There is no
      cost to the College associated with entering into this Agreement. This item was approved
      by the President on May 3, 2006. Department—Provost, Seminole Campus

4.    Agreement with Audit Systems, Inc. to continue to serve as the College‘s agent for the
      collection of delinquent accounts for a fee of 19.5% of the amount collected. The
      Agreement will be for a period of three years commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing
      through June 30, 2009. There is no cost to the College associated with entering into this
      Agreement. This item was approved by the President on May 22 & 30, 2006.
      Department—Collections

5.    Agreement with BayCare Health System whereby SPC and BayCare will collaborate to
      provide BayCare employees an opportunity to enter the College‘s Nursing Program.
      BayCare will select up to 24 candidates; plan student work schedules; provide classroom,
      lab, and office space; provide lab equipment and classroom supplies, and provide
      instructors for the Spring and Summer Semesters (January through June 2006). The
      College will follow its procedures for admission and schedule clinical rotations for students
      at BayCare facilities. The cost to the College for this Agreement, which covers
      reimbursement to BayCare for its instructors, will be $45,876.92. This item was approved
      by the President on June 30, 2006. Department—Nursing
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6.     Agreement with William R. Blount, d/b/a Blount & Associates, Inc. to serve as Project
       Evaluator to evaluate Information Technology Security curriculum and training, which will
       be developed as part of the National Science Foundation grant. Under the NSF grant, SPC
       will provide training for Florida community college faculty members and develop online
       courses. The cost to the College, which will be funded by the NSF grant, will be $5,000.
       This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006. Department—IT Security

7.     Affiliation Agreement with Central Florida Regional Hospital to provide clinical
       experience to students enrolled in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program at no cost
       to the College. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will continue unless
       terminated by either party. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006.
       Department—Medical Laboratory Technology

8.     Agreement approved with Chrysler Championship a/k/a Suncoast Golf Classic whereby
       the College will provide use of the Tarpon Springs Campus parking lots during the week of
       the PGA Golf Tournament to be held in October 2006 and March 2007. The College will
       receive $45,000 each year for its services under this Agreement. This item was approved
       by the President on April 10, 2006. Department—Provost Office, Tarpon Springs Campus

9.     Agreement with Clear Channel Outdoor for outdoor billboards throughout Pinellas
       County. The Agreement will provide three permanent locations for billboards rather than
       rotating boards as was done in prior years. The cost to the College for the period
       commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing through June 30, 2007 will be $62,760. This
       item was approved by the President on May 26, 2006. Department—Baccalaureate
       Programs

10.    Agreement with Clear Channel Outdoor for outdoor billboard advertising throughout
       Pinellas County. The Agreement will include 16 poster size billboards and 3 shelters will
       be posted in July, December, and April. The Agreement will commence July 1, 2006 and
       continue through June 30, 2007, at a cost to the College of $50,752. This item was
       approved by the President on May 26, 2006. Department—Institutional Advancement

11.    Agreement with George F. Cody, Management Consultant to provide consulting services
       to assist in the maintenance of the classification and pay plan of the College. Mr. Cody will
       receive an hourly rate of $50 for his services. The cost to the College is not expected to
       exceed $3,000 for the period commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing through June 30,
       2007. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006. Department—Human
       Resources
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12.    Agreement with Command Spanish, Inc. for a license to allow SPC‘s Corporate Training
       to deliver Occupational Spanish language programs owned by Command Spanish, Inc., in
       Pinellas County. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will continue for
       the period of one year. The cost to the College for this agreement will be $1,250 for the
       annual license fee. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006.
       Department—Corporate Training

13.    Affiliation Agreement with Community Hospital to provide clinical experience to
       students enrolled in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at no cost to the College.
       The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will be ongoing unless terminated
       by either party. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006. Department—
       Physical Therapist Assistant

14.    Standard Crossroads Gallery Agreement to be used for various owners of artworks, which
       may be displayed at the Crossroads Gallery on the Clearwater campus from time to time.
       The Agreement establishes the terms of the loaned artworks including exhibition and
       transportation. It is anticipated that SPC‘s Crossroads Gallery may have four or five
       exhibitions during the 2006-07 year. This Agreement will be used for these and any
       subsequent exhibitions at the Crossroads Gallery. There is no cost to the College
       associated with entering into this Agreement. This item was approved by the Cabinet on
       April 17, 2006. Department—Humanities/Fine Arts

15.    Agreement with DxR Development Group, Inc. for a site license that will facilitate the
       online instruction of students in the Medical Laboratory Technology Program. The cost of
       the license will be $600. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will
       continue for the period of one year. This item was approved by the President on May 3,
       2006. Department—Medical Laboratory Technology

16.    Agreement with Davis O’Connell, Inc. to provide technical assistance in dealing with
       agencies in the federal government in resource development opportunities, including
       identification and pursuit of federal grants and contracts that correlate with the College‘s
       mission. The Agreement will be for the period of July 1, 2006 through December 31, 2006
       at a cost to the College of $26,125. This item was approved by the President on May 30,
       2006. Department—Special Projects

17.    Agreement with Dell Financial Services to lease two servers for the Angel System. The
       lease will be for a period of three years and will cost $42,142.71 for that period. An
       additional cost of $2,061.09 would be required at the end of the lease term should the
       College opt to purchase the equipment. This item was approved by the President on May
       30, 2006. Department—Learning Management & Student Support
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18.    Agreement with Diversified Business Machines, Inc. to provide maintenance on the photo
       identification machines used collegewide. The cost to the College associated with this
       Agreement will be $13,750 and will cover the period commencing July 1, 2006 and
       continuing through June 30, 2007. This item was approved by the President on May 3,
       2006. Department—Collegewide Photo ID Machines

19.    Agreement with Educo, Inc. to provide services and materials for teaching online non
       credit Florida pre-licensing courses under the auspices of SPC. The provider will retain
       fees, tuitions, etc. The College will be compensated to the extent permitted through FTE.
       The Agreement will commence upon execution and will be ongoing unless terminated by
       either party. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—
       Corporate Training

20.    Affiliation Agreement with Egret Cove Center to allow Health Information Management
       students to obtain clinical experience at no cost to the College. The Agreement will
       commence as soon as possible and will be ongoing unless terminated by either party. This
       item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—Health Information
       Management

21.    Agreement with eLogic Learning, LLC whereby eLogic and SPC will partner to develop 5
       courses, to be delivered to PrimeAmerica (CitiBank) and other companies. SPC and
       eLogic will share (50%/50%) in the cost of developing the courses; SPC‘s portion of the
       development cost will be $25,000. In addition, SPC will incur a monthly cost of $495 for
       monthly hosting and maintenance. eLogic has an exclusive contract with PrimeAmerica,
       which has approximately 89,000 employees. It is anticipated that courses will be offered to
       PrimeAmerica employees at a cost of $15 each. SPC will receive 75% and eLogic will
       receive 25% of the revenue from offering these courses. Based on the foregoing, it is
       anticipated that revenues will be approximately $240,000. The Agreement commenced as
       of May 19, 2006 and will continue for a period of three years. This item was approved by
       the President on May 19, 2006. Department—Provost, District Office

22.    Agreement with Erwin Technical Center to provide the use of its MLT student laboratory
       and equipment, on two Saturday mornings during the Fall semester, which will allow
       students in SPC‘s Medical Laboratory Technology Program to obtain clinical experience.
       There is no cost to the College associated with entering into this Agreement. The
       Agreement will continue on a semester basis and be reviewed annually. The Agreement
       may be terminated at the end of the current semester or as mutually agreed to by the parties.
       This Agreement was approved by the President on June 22, 2006. Department—Medical
       Laboratory Technology
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23.    Agreement with State of Florida, Office of Financial Regulation to provide testing,
       coordination and facilities for the Mortgage Broker Licensing Examination to be offered on
       a monthly basis for the period of one year. The College will receive up to $10,200 for its
       services under this Agreement and after costs are deducted, it is expected that the revenue
       to the College will be approximately $4,308. This item was approved by the President on
       May 30, 2006. Department—Corporate Training

24.    Agreement with GMPCS Personal Communications to provide 12 satellite phone kits
       and service for use in the event of an emergency or other special circumstances throughout
       the year. The cost to the College will be $14,318 which includes the phone equipment and
       the annual service plan. In addition to the foregoing, the College will be required to pay for
       freight, which is anticipated to be approximately $300. The Agreement will commence
       upon execution and continue for the period of one year. Thereafter, the Agreement will
       continue for one-year periods unless terminated by the College. This item was approved by
       the President on June 13, 2006 and June 20, 2006. Department—Special Projects, Disaster
       Preparation

25.    Agreement with Harborview Center to provide food service and use of meeting room
       facilities and for the Fall Faculty meeting to be held on August 17, 2006. The cost to the
       College is estimated to be $14,776.90, which will provide for AV technician, equipment
       and tables, and a breakfast buffet. This item was approved by the President on May 3,
       2006. Department—Business Hospitality

26.    Agreement with Image One for the annual maintenance agreement for the Canon Desktop
       Scanner and the Canon Microfilm Scanner. The Agreement will commence as soon as
       possible and will continue for the period of one year. The cost to the College will be
       $1,483. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—Central
       Records

27.    Agreement with Image One to provide maintenance for the XTender 10-server Connection
       and the Documentum/Image Capture Software. The cost to the College for the Agreement
       will be $5,390 and will cover the period of one year. Thereafter, the Agreement
       automatically renews for one-year periods unless terminated with 30 days‘ notice; however,
       the Agreement will be brought back for approval of each subsequent renewal. This item
       was approved by the President on May 3, 2006. Department—Central Records

28.    Affiliation Agreement with Independent Living, Inc. to provide clinical experience to
       students enrolled in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at no cost to the College.
       The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will be ongoing unless terminated
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       by either party. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—
       Physical Therapist Assistant

29.    Agreement with Kenexa Technology, Inc. for a license agreement to purchase proveit.com
       tests and services. The cost to the College will be $7.40 per test per block of 500 tests for
       an anticipated cost of $10,000 and a cost of $3,500 for the yearly server maintenance fee.
       The Agreement will commence July 1, 2006 and continue through June 30, 2007. This
       item was approved b the President on May 30, 2006. Department—Institutional Test
       Administration

30.    Agreement with Kramer Entertainment Agency, Inc. to provide six hours of the Save-a-
       Life-Tour High Impact Alcohol Awareness Program, which will be presented on October
       19, 2006 on the Tarpon Springs Campus. The cost to the College associated with entering
       into this Agreement will be $5,120. This item was approved by the President on May 30,
       2006. Department—Student Activities

31.    Affiliation Agreement with Largo Medical Center to provide clinical experience to
       students enrolled in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at no cost to the College.
       The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will be ongoing unless terminated
       by either party. This item was approved by the President on June 22, 2006. Department—
       Physical Therapist Assistant

32.    Agreement with LogLogic, Inc. for a license to use its proprietary computer software
       product. The license will allow SPC to evaluate and test software and hardware equipment
       for the period of thirty days. There is no cost to the College associated with this
       Agreement. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—
       Network Academic Support

33.    Agreement with Manatee County, Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency
       Medical Services whereby Manatee County will provide the services of one qualified
       paramedic to teach 30 hours per week as faculty at SPC. Although the exact cost to the
       College is to be determined, the faculty member will continue to be employed by Manatee
       County but will be reimbursed for salary and benefits by the College for the time spent at
       SPC. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will be subject to review and
       re-negotiation annually. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006.
       Department—Emergency Medical Services

34.    Agreement with Meggitt Defense Systems Caswell to provide one two-day site visit to
       SPC‘s firing range to conduct maintenance and inspection of target conveying systems
       equipment. The cost to the College will be $2,850. The site visit will be scheduled on a
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       mutually agreed upon date by the parties. This item was approved by the President on June
       22, 2006. Department—CJI Lab Maintenance

35.    Agreement with Muvico Theaters, Inc. d/b/a Screen Ads International to provide for the
       display of theater ads in the BayWalk multiplex theater in Pinellas County. The Agreement
       will commence July 1, 2006 and continue through June 28, 2007 at a cost to the College of
       $30,500. Costs will be shared equally by SPC‘s bachelor‘s programs and Institutional
       Advancement. This item was approved by the President on June 9, 2006. Departments—
       Baccalaureate Programs and Institutional Advancement

36.    Agreement with National Cinemedia to provide on-screen ads in the Woodlands
       Cinemedia multiplex movie theater in Pinellas County. The cost to the College for the
       period commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing through June 30, 2007 will be $35,724.
       These costs will be shared equally by Baccalaureate Programs and Institutional
       Advancement. This item was approved by the President on June 9, 2006. Departments—
       Baccalaureate Programs and Institutional Advancement

37.    Agreement with Jeffrey S. O’Brien, Esquire to serve as the hearing officer for the
       College‘s student disciplinary hearings as needed for the period commencing July 1, 2006
       and continuing through June 30, 2007. The cost to the College is not known at this time;
       however, the cost is estimated to be $10,000. This item was approved by the President on
       June 22, 2006. Department—College Attorney

38.    Agreement with Oracle USA, Inc. for an educational license to use Oracle‘s Workforce
       Development Program instructor and student materials. The cost to the College for the
       license will be $500. The Agreement will commence upon execution and continue for the
       period of one year. This item was approved by the President on May 3, 2006.
       Department—Corporate Training

39.    Agreement with Anthony Ottaviani, DO to provide medical direction for the Respiratory
       Care Program, which is necessary to meet the requirements for Program accreditation. The
       Agreement will cover the period commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing through June 30,
       2007. The cost to the College will be $4,400. This item was approved by the President on
       May 3, 2006. Department—Respiratory Care

40.    Articulation Agreement with the Pasco County School Board to give Pasco County
       Veterinary Assisting students at Marchman Technical Center and Pasco High School credit
       for courses in SPC‘s Veterinary Technology Program. There is no cost to the College
       associated with entering into this Agreement. The Agreement will commence as of July 1,
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       2006 and be ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by the
       President on May 30, 2006. Department—Educational & Student Services, Tech Prep

41.    Articulation Agreement with Passaic County Community College to provide opportunity
       for PCCC students to earn a degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. There is no cost to
       the College associated with entering into this Agreement. The Agreement will commence
       August 1, 2006 and will be ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was
       approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006. Department—Medical Laboratory Technology

42.    Agreement with Pinellas County to provide space and support for emergency meetings of
       Pinellas County Disaster Advisory Committee in the SPC Seminole Campus Digitorium.
       The County will provide necessary technical support and will pay the College for overtime
       or equipment related costs for use of the Digitorium. The amount to be paid is unknown at
       this time. This item was approved by the President on May 3, 2006. Department—
       Provost, Seminole Campus

43.    Interinstitutional Articulation Agreement between Pinellas County School Board and the
       College. The Agreement defines the academic programs and activities that will benefit
       students of Pinellas County. The College will offer information on student progress and
       acceleration mechanisms to students in Pinellas County high schools to facilitate greater
       success in post secondary education. The School Board will market and encourage high
       school students regarding opportunities for dual enrollment, articulation, and accelerated
       college credit opportunities. The Agreement commenced July 1, 2006 and will be ongoing
       unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by the President on June 22,
       2006. Department—Educational & Student Services

44.    Agreement with the Renaissance Vinoy Resort and Golf Club to provide use of its
       facility and food services for the ―SPC: Report to the Community‖ breakfast meeting to be
       held on May 1, 2006. The cost to the College for this Agreement will be approximately
       $10,312. This item was approved by the President on April 7, 2006. Department—Public
       Relations

45.    Agreement with the City of St. Petersburg for the use of the Midcore Parking Garage to be
       used while SPC‘s parking garage is being refurbished. The College will pay $25 per
       monthly parking pass for a minimum of 30 available parking spaces. The Agreement will
       commence as soon as possible and is anticipated to continue through September 1, 2006.
       Based on the foregoing, the cost to the College is anticipated to be $1,500. This item was
       approved by the President on May 16, 2006. Department—Facilities Planning &
       Institutional Services
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46.    Agreement with the City of St. Petersburg and Helmick & Schechter Sculpture (HSS)
       whereby HSS will design, create and install a work of art at the West Community Library at
       the College. Although the City of St. Petersburg will pay HSS $125,000 for the work of
       art, there is no cost to the College associated with entering into this Agreement. This item
       was approved by the President on May 10, 2006. Department—President‘s Office

47.    Non-disclosure Agreement with SES Americom, Inc. that will allow SES to work with
       SPC to explore an emergency communications system. Under the terms of the Agreement,
       SPC will not disclose any proprietary information obtained while working with SES on this
       project. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006. Department—Special
       Projects, Disaster Preparedness

48.    Agreement with Seminole Community College (SCC) to establish a formal information
       technology sharing and collocation partnership for purposes of sharing PeopleSoft
       application development and cost savings, and IT data center collocation for emergency
       preparedness. The cost to the College for this Agreement is anticipated to be $24,000
       annually to pay for monthly recurring costs of utilities. If SCC elects to use SPC‘s Annex
       3 Data Center, it will pay its fair share of recurring utilities costs. The Agreement will
       commence as soon as possible and will continue unless terminated by either party. This
       item was approved by the President on June 12, 2006. Department—Data Systems,
       Disaster Preparedness

49.    Agreement with Six Disciplines Leadership Center whereby the College‘s Corporate
       Training Department will use the Six Disciplines methodology and eventually market Six
       Disciplines workshops and retreats. The cost to the College for this Agreement will be
       $11,920. The Agreement will commence as of June 30, 2006 and continue for the period of
       one year. This item was approved by the President on June 22, 2006. Department—
       Corporate Training

50.    Agreement with Sony Media Software for a site license to download Sound Forge 8 onto
       no more than 10 computers. This software is used for voice recordings in online classes.
       The cost to the College will be $890. This item was originally handled via the Purchase
       Order process; however, the vendor subsequently required the signing of this Agreement.
       The Agreement is ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by
       the President on May 30, 2006. Department—Project Eagle

51.    Agreement with Sony Media Software to download Sound Forge 8 upgrade onto no more
       than 6 computers. This software is used for voice recordings in online classes. The cost to
       the College will be $438. This item was originally handled via the Purchase Order process;
       however, the vendor subsequently required the signing of this Agreement. The Agreement
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       is ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by the President on
       May 30, 2006. Department—Project Eagle

52.    Agreement with Ernie W. Swift to work with the banking community to provide feedback,
       direction, and assistance in the development of curriculum for the College‘s Banking
       Program. The Agreement will continue through December 2006 at a cost to the College not
       to exceed $4,000. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006.
       Department—College of Technology & Management

53.    Agreement with Tampa Bay Trane to provide maintenance on the HVAC chillers for the
       following locations: Allstate, Clearwater, EpiCenter, Health Education Center, Seminole,
       St. Petersburg/Gibbs, and Tarpon Springs. The Agreement will commence July 1, 2006
       and will continue through June 30, 2007 at a cost to the College of $48,148. This item was
       approved by the President on May 3, 2006. Department—Facilities Services

54.    Agreement with Tech 2000, Inc. that will allow the College to become a CISCO sponsored
       organization in order to accept CISCO learning credits. The College will deliver CISCO
       training in-house and via remote access. There is no cost to the College associated with
       entering into this Agreement. The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will
       be ongoing unless terminated by either party. This item was approved by the President
       June 22, 2006. Department—CISCO

55.    Agreement with Thomson Learning Corporation to allow SPC the printing rights to
       create and modify Instructor Lead Training manuals for use by Corporate Training. The
       Agreement will commence as soon as possible and continue through June 30, 2007 at a cost
       to the College of $5,995. This item was approved by the President on May 3, 2006.
       Department—Corporate Training

56.    Agreement with Time Warner Telecom to provide a secured network connection from the
       SPC Tampa Bay network to the SPC disaster recovery site at Seminole Community
       College. The Agreement will commence July 1, 2006 and continue through June 30, 2009.
       The monthly cost to the College will be $4,200 for a total cost of $153,200 over the three-
       year contract period. This item was approved by the President on May 23, 2006.
       Department—Network Academic Support

57.    Agreement with U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Global Marine and Transportation
       School to provide subject matter expertise and curriculum development for a Training
       Support Package. This Agreement will support and is being funded by U.S. Department of
       Defense, Technical Support Working Group funds, which were awarded to the College for
       Task Orders #5 and #7. The cost to the College associated with this Agreement is
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       anticipated to be $225,000. The Agreement period is yet to be determined. This item was
       approved by the President on May 30, 2006.            Department—National Terrorism
       Preparedness Institute

58.    Agreement with USG, Inc. (United Security Group) whereby SPC‘s Corporate Training
       Department will partner with USG to provide training in Business Continuity Planning.
       USG will train SPC in its course methodology and SPC will deliver the courses, teaching
       business continuity and disaster recovery planning concepts. The Agreement will begin as
       soon as possible and will continue for the period of one year. The revenue to the College is
       not known at this time. Revenue will be determined as Corporate Training develops course
       pricing and course volume. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17, 2006.
       Department—Corporate Training

59.    Agreement with the University of South Florida whereby USF (primary participant) will
       continue to sponsor SPC (sponsored participant) in connecting to Internet2. Internet2
       promotes research and instruction for U.S. institutions of higher education by facilitating
       and enabling the development of advanced network applications services and content
       among participants. As a sponsored participant of USF, the College will realize a
       significant cost savings since USF‘s membership fees will cover the College. The College
       will share 1/3 of the bandwidth from the circuit at a cost of $59,500 for the period
       commencing July 1, 2006 and continuing through June 30, 2007. The College is also
       responsible for the payment of an annual University Corporation for Advancement Internet
       Development (UCAID) Participation fee; however, this amount is yet to be determined.
       The College will also incur some additional costs for an interconnection between the
       Allstate Center and the USF Internet2 point of presence. It is expected that these additional
       costs will not exceed $2,500 per month. This item was approved by the President on May
       30, 2006. Departments – University Partnership Center & Information Systems

60.    Agreement with the University of South Florida, College of Medicine, Division of
       Pulmonary Critical Care, for the services of David A. Solomon, MD, who will provide
       physician input and related clinical expertise regarding pulmonary medicine during Session
       I, 2006-07 and Session II, 2006-07 at a cost to the College of $2,000. This item was
       approved by the President on May 3, 2006. Department—Respiratory Care

61.    Affiliation Agreement with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide clinical
       experience to students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program at no cost to the College.
       The Agreement will commence as soon as possible and will be ongoing unless terminated
       by either party. There is no cost to the College associated with entering into this
       Agreement. This item was approved by the President on May 30, 2006. Department—
       Dental Hygiene
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62.    Agreement with Visioneer, a Xerox Licensing Partner, to allow the College Attorney‘s
       Office to evaluate the Xerox DocuMate scanner to determine its capability for use in
       scanning records. The evaluation period will be for 60 days at no cost to the College. If it
       is determined that the equipment is satisfactory, the College may purchase it for a cost of
       $995. This item was approved by the President on June 22, 2006. Department—College
       Attorney‘s Office

63.    Agreement between WorkNet Pinellas, Inc., Agency for Workforce Innovation, School
       Board of Pinellas County, St. Petersburg College and Goodwill Industries-Suncoast,
       Inc. The partners have collectively formed a One-Stop Consortium to serve as the One-
       Stop Operator and thereby cooperatively carry out WorkNet‘s One-Stop System throughout
       the county. The Agreement will commence July 1, 2006 and continue through June 30,
       2007. The Agreement may be canceled upon 90 days‘ notice without cause. There is no
       cost to the College associated with entering into this Agreement. The College‘s current
       Agreement with WorkNet Pinellas, Inc. to provide services as the Primary One-Stop
       Service Provider continues through June 30, 2006. Should that Agreement not be renewed
       for subsequent fiscal periods, the College would then seek to withdraw from this
       Consortium Agreement pursuant to the termination provision. This item was approved by
       the President on May 3, 2006. Department—One-Stop Operation

64.    Agreement with The Michael York Company, Inc. whereby Mr. York will be the featured
       speaker to deliver a custom program and sessions for the ―24: The Business Building
       Experience‖ to be held on June 13-14, 2006. Mr. York will also provide 50 books/CDs for
       attendees and will be available for a book signing and evening session with attendees. The
       cost to the College will be $10,000. This item was approved by the Cabinet on April 17,
       2006. Department—Public Relations, EpiCenter


Section B: The following transactions are related to contracts and/or items which were
     previously approved, but have been amended, modified and/or extended.

65.    Agreement approved May 23, 2006 with BDG, LLC and GAN Holdings, LLC to
       purchase property at 133-161 Third Street North (Retail Shops) for SPC‘s Downtown
       Center. This item is to amend the foregoing Agreement to extend the closing date for the
       property to June 7, 2006. There is no additional cost to the College associated with this
       Amendment. This item was approved by the President on May 31, 2006. Department—
       Facilities
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66.    Agreement approved July 18, 2005 with VMS Properties, LLP to provide lease space for
       Library Processing through May 31, 2006. This item is to extend the lease through
       December 31, 2006 at a cost per month of $2,033.42. This item was approved by the
       President on May 30, 2006. Department—Offsite Rentals


Section C: The following transactions are related to contracts and/or items which were
     previously approved, but need additional clarification

       NONE


Section D: The following transactions are related to contracts and/or items which were
     previously approved, but have been canceled or the Request for Contract withdrawn.

NONE

Pamela Smith, Legal Services Coordinator, compiled this Quarterly Informational Report on
    contract items not exceeding $250,000.

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                                                                   Board Material Relating to
                                                                   Agenda Item IX-D.1
                                                                   Meeting: July 18, 2006


                                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                               ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                  Quarterly Informational Report of Construction Contract
                             Approval Not Exceeding $250,000


Board of Trustees Rules 6Hx23-6.09 and 6Hx23-6.10 authorize the President to approve
construction contracts and change orders to construction contracts for extensions of time and for
increases in an amount not to exceed CATEGORY FIVE, Florida Statute 287.017 (currently
$250,000), with the stipulation that the Board of Trustees will be informed of these change
orders on a quarterly basis. This memo is to inform the Board of Trustees of the following
items approved from April 1, 2006 through June 30, 2006.
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1.    Preliminary Partial Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP), Project 1707-S-06-8,
Renovate/Remodel Rooms 286 & 289 for Mock Hospital, Health Education Center, R. J.
Bunbury Company, Inc. Approval was granted for this Preliminary Partial Guaranteed
Maximum Price of $75,000. Approval of this preliminary partial GMP allowed R. J. Bunbury,
Inc., to expedite the general construction including plumbing and related divisions. The full
GMP amount of $422,909, was approved by the Board of Trustees at the meeting on June 20,
2006.

2. Certificate of Final Inspection and Release of Final Payment, Subject to Punch List,
Project #238-D-05-2, Electrical Room, Crossroads. R. J. Bunbury was responsible for
providing the necessary labor and materials for Project #238-D-05-2, Electrical Room
Crossroads. The staff inspected the work on this project and certified that the project was
substantially complete in accordance with contract documents, subject to the correction of final
punch list items or any code related items. Approval was authorized to accept this project.

This information is provided by Susan Reiter pursuant to Board of Trustees Rules 6Hx23-
6.09 and 6Hx23-6.10.


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                                                           Board Material Relating to
                                                           Agenda Item IX-D.2
                                                           Meeting: July 18, 2006


                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                            ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

            Certificate of Final Inspection and Release of Final Payment
                 Project 706-A-06-1, Re- Roof Annex 3, EpiCenter

The architect has inspected the work on this project and certifies that as of June 8,
2006, this project was substantially complete in accordance with the contract
documents and ready to be occupied for its intended use, subject to the correction
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of final punch list items, including building code requirements, and upon receipt
of complete project close-out documents.

Peter Brown Construction, Inc. was responsible for providing the necessary labor
and materials for Project 706-A-06-1, Re-Roof Annex 3, EpiCenter. This project
was completed 43 days ahead of schedule.

The State Requirements for Educational Facilities, 1999, Chapter 4, Section
4.2(3), requires that final payment shall not be made until a certificate of
occupancy has been issued, the project has been completed, and the Board of
Trustees accepts the project.

Approval is sought to accept this project in order that the final inspection can
be completed and the certificate of occupancy issued, subject to the conditions
noted above.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; and Susan Reiter, Director, Facilities Planning
and Institutional Services recommend approval.
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                                                        Board Material Relating to
                                                        Agenda Item IX-D.3
                                                        Meeting: July 18, 2006


                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                        ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                       Outdoor Firing Range Agreement

  Approval is sought to terminate the Outdoor Firing Range Agreement with
                               Pinellas County
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In 2003 the College entered into its most recent lease agreement with Pinellas
County for the Outdoor Firing Range. This agreement was for a term of forty (40)
years so that the College could use Public Education Capital Outlay funds (PECO)
as provided for by law. As is typical in this type of agreement, the College was
obligated to maintain the property. There has been recent legislation that provided
for use of best practices in the area of maintaining the property under
Environmental Protection Agency standards that took effect January, 2005. The
College has been ready to implement its best management plan since early last
year when Pinellas County Sheriff‘s Department began discussions with James
(J.C.) Brock, Campus Executive Officer, Allstate Center, regarding allowing the
sheriff via the County to acquire the property for its own purposes.

Since that time the College temporarily has closed the facility due to its condition
awaiting the conclusion of negotiations with Pinellas County and the College.
The College has a continuous obligation under the lease for deferred maintenance.
The County, in conjunction with the College, has received a proposal from a
vendor, EQ Florida, Inc., for the removal and disposal of lead from the berm and
surrounding areas. We have reached an agreement with the Sheriff and Pinellas
County Staff as set forth below on the terms and conditions of the termination of
lease agreement, subject to St. Petersburg College Board of Trustee and Pinellas
County Board of County Commissioner approval.

   1.    The College shall pay to the vendor, EQ Florida, Inc., a sum of
         $157,740.00 that will be used for the removal and disposal of lead from
         the berm and surrounding areas and may also be used toward the
         demolition of the structure over the berm. This corresponds with our
         obligation for deferred maintenance.
   2.    The College will remove its portables that currently occupy the Premises.
   3.    The College and County agree that the payment represents the full
         obligation of the College to the County and to the vendor and any further
         expenses or costs associated with any work by the vendor or by the
         county shall be borne by the county.
   4.    The College and County agree that this payment also releases the
         College from any and all liability whatsoever regarding any obligation,
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           past, present or future required of or by the County, including but not
           limited to demolition obligations or environmental obligations such as
           remediation, clean up or restoration of the property.
   5.      The termination of the lease shall be effective upon the receipt of the
           payment by the vendor.
   6.      All other lease terms are waived by the County.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; and Susan Reiter, Director, Facilities Planning
and Institutional Services and Traci Steen, Esq., Facilities Planning and
Institutional Services recommend approval.

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                                                                    Board Material Relating to
                                                                    Agenda Item IX-D.4
                                                                    Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                             ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

   Draft Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for FY 2007-2008 through 2011-2012


The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is the process through which the college receives
construction allocations from the Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO) Fund. Each
community college and university is required to annually submit a five-year plan for its capital
outlay needs. The first three-year period of the plan is the source from which the Florida Board
of Education prepares its funding request list that it then submits to the Legislature. St.
Petersburg College has permission from the State to submit a single CIP that outlines our
community college and baccalaureate (4-year) needs, based on our status as an upper division
institution, which is how we have submitted since 2001.

Projects must be recommended on a State-validated educational plant survey or spot survey to be
included on the annual CIP and obtain PECO funding. The survey is the list from which the
College selects its priorities for the CIP. This is the final year on our current educational plant
survey which will remain in effect through June 2007. This year‘s CIP will begin the
remodel/renovation of the Clearwater Campus. A new five-year survey is underway and will be
completed by June 30, 2007.
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The deadline to submit the CIP to the Division of Colleges and Universities and the Division of
Community Colleges is August 1, 2006. The CIP information will then be tabulated, submitted
and approved by the Florida Board of Education, to be included in the 2007-08 Fixed Capital
Outlay Legislative Budget Request.

The CIP is divided into three categories:
    Renovation – the general upgrade of an existing facility with no change in use (e.g. new
      lighting, carpeting, roof, heating, ventilating and air conditioning, and compliance with
      the Americans with Disabilities Act) and site improvements
    Remodeling – the changing of an existing facility by rearrangement of space, use (e.g.
      offices to classrooms) or exiting
    New Construction – includes site acquisition

A draft summary of the CIP for fiscal years 2007-08 through 2011-12 is attached.

Review and approval is sought from the Board of Trustees to proceed with the final Capital
Improvement Program as discussed and approved today, and to submit it to both the
Division of Community Colleges and the Division of Colleges and Universities.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Susan Reiter, Director, Facilities Planning & Institutional
Services, recommend approval.

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                                                                    Board Material Relating to
                                                                    Agenda Item IX-D.5
                                                                    Meeting: July 18, 2006


                                   BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                   Bond Resolution for Student Capital Improvement Fees


  Approval is sought for the attached Student Capital Improvement Fee Bond Resolution

As discussed and agreed upon at the April 18, 2006 Board meeting, the College will be
participating in the issuance of State of Florida, Department of Education, Community College
Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds, in an amount not exceeding $20,500,000. The issuance
will be made and administered by the Division of Bond Finance of the State Board of
Administration of Florida.

The recommendation is that we use the proceeds from the bonds for the following projects:

   1) Relocate Veterinary Technology Building, Clearwater Campus (approximately
      $6,318,785 to complete);
   2) Remodel/Renovate Social Science Building, Clearwater Campus (approximately
      $8,204,310 to complete); and
   3) Remodel/Renovate Business Tech Building and Natural Science Building,
      Clearwater Campus (approximately $12,723,494 to complete)

The total for these three projects exceeds the $20,500,000 amount. Depending on the final
amount issued for St. Petersburg College, the balance of the project(s) would be completed with
Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO) funds as part of our Capital Improvement Plan.

As required in Section 1, paragraph (a) of the attached resolution, these three projects are
included in the current five-year Educational Plant Survey, dated June 21, 2002 and in effect
until June 30, 2007. Also as required in Section 1, paragraph (b) of the resolution, these projects
are included in the Capital Improvement Plan being submitted for 2007-08 through 2011-12.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Conferlete Carney, Vice President of Information Systems,
Business Services, Planning and Budgeting; and Susan Reiter, Director, Facilities Planning and
Institutional Services recommend approval.
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Attachment

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A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE,
FLORIDA, REQUESTING THE ISSUANCE BY THE DIVISION OF BOND FINANCE
OF THE STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION OF FLORIDA OF NOT EXCEEDING
$20,500,000 STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, COMMUNITY
COLLEGE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF
SUCH BOARD FOR THE PURPOSE HEREINAFTER STATED.


            WHEREAS, pursuant to Article VII, Section 11, Subsection (d)

of the Florida Constitution, Sections 1009.22(6) and 1009.23(11),

Florida         Statutes,        and     other        applicable     provisions      of     law

(collectively, the “Act”), the Division of Bond Finance of the

State Board of Administration of Florida (the “Division of Bond

Finance”) is authorized to issue bonds payable solely from the

fees        authorized      in    Sections       1009.22(6)        and   1009.23(11)       (the

“Capital Improvements Fees”) for the purpose of financing and

refinancing           community        college        educational    facilities       in    the

manner provided therein upon the application of the Board of

Trustees        of    one   or    more    community        colleges      in   the   State    of

Florida (each such community college a “Participating Community

College”); and

            WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg College,

Florida        (the    “Board”)        deems     it    necessary     that     not   exceeding
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$20,500,000 of such bonds be issued by the Division of Bond

Finance     in   order   to     finance   educational      facilities   for   St.

Petersburg College (the “Community College”) as hereinafter set

forth; and

      WHEREAS, the Community College receives Capital Improvement

Fees (the “Community College Capital Improvement Fees”); and

      WHEREAS, the Board certifies that none of the Community

College Capital Improvement Fees have been pledged as security

for   any    debt   of    the     Community     College,    other   than    bonds

previously issued        on behalf of the Community College                by the

Division of Bond Finance, if any; now, therefore,

      BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ST. PETERSBURG

COLLEGE:

      SECTION 1. It is hereby found, declared and determined by

the Board as follows, that:

      (a) A survey has heretofore been made and is now in effect,

pursuant    to   Chapter      1013,   Florida    Statutes,    and   regulations

prescribed by the State Board of Education, of the educational

facility needs of the Community College (the “Survey”).                       The

educational facilities set forth in Subsection (c) hereof meet

the requirements of and are included in the Survey.
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    (b)      The    construction,       equipping,       renovating   and/or

remodeling of the educational facilities set forth in Subsection

(c) hereof are included in the Community College’s most recent

five-year    plan   for    facility    needs   (the   “Capital   Improvement

Plan”) as provided in Section 216.0158, Florida Statutes.

    (c) It is essential and necessary, in order to maintain the

Community College, for the Division of Bond Finance to issue

State   of   Florida,     Department   of   Education,    Community   College

Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds (the “Bonds”), a portion of

which in an amount not exceeding $20,500,000 is hereby requested

to be issued for and on behalf of the Board in order to finance

the cost of constructing, equipping, renovating and/or remodeling

the following educational facility(ies):

   1) Relocate Veterinary Technology Building, Clearwater Campus

   2) Remodel/Renovate Social Science Building, Clearwater Campus

  3) Remodel/Renovate Business Tech Bldg and Natural Science Bldg,

                               Clearwater Campus

    (d) It is anticipated that all of the proceeds of the Bonds

issued on behalf of the Board by the Division of Bond Finance

pursuant to Section 2 hereof will be spent within three years

from the issuance date of such bonds, to pay the costs of the
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capital      improvement     projects   described     above    or    such    other

projects of the Community College as herein authorized.

    SECTION       2.   The    Board,    in    conjunction     with   the     other

Participating Community Colleges, if any, does hereby request the

Division of Bond Finance to issue the Bonds, in part, for and on

behalf of the Board pursuant to the Act, for the purpose of

financing the cost of the capital improvement projects described

in Subsection l(c) hereof.        The Bonds may have such date or dates

of issue and date or dates of maturity, may have such provisions

for redemption prior to maturity, with or without premium, such

place   or    places   of    payment,   and    such   other   details       as   the

Division of Bond Finance shall in its discretion determine and

the portion of the proceeds thereof attributable to the Community

College shall be applied to the financing of the educational

facilities described in Subsection l(c) hereof, all in the manner

provided by the State Bond Act, being Sections 215.57 – 215.83,

Florida Statutes.

    Authority is further granted for the issuance of Bonds for

the purpose of refunding all or a portion of any Bonds secured by

the Community College Capital Improvement Fees, if it is deemed

by the Division of Bond Finance to be in the best financial

interest of the State.         The limitation on the amount authorized
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for   the   Bonds       in    Section    1    above    shall       not    apply     to   such

refunding bonds.             Other terms of this resolution shall apply to

any such refunding bonds as appropriate.

      The    Board      does    hereby       irrevocably      pledge       the     Community

College     Capital      Improvement         Fees,    or    any    portion       thereof   as

required     by    subsequent        resolution        of    the    Division       of    Bond

Finance, to the payment of the Bonds for as long as any of the

Bonds     remain        outstanding,         and     does    hereby        authorize       the

collection        and    payment        of    the     Community          College    Capital

Improvement Fees as specified by subsequent resolution of the

Division of Bond Finance.

      SECTION 3. The Board will comply with all federal tax law

requirements upon advice of bond counsel or the Division of Bond

Finance as evidenced by a "Certificate as to Tax, Arbitrage and

Other Matters" or similar certificate to be executed prior to the

issuance of the Bonds.

      SECTION 4. The Board will comply with all other requirements

of the Division of Bond Finance with respect to compliance with

federal arbitrage law, pursuant to Section 215.64(11), Florida

Statutes.

      SECTION 5. The Board will comply with all requirements of

federal     securities        law,   state     law,     or   the    Division        of   Bond
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Finance, relating to continuing secondary market disclosure of

information regarding the Bonds and the Community College.    Such

requirements currently provide for the disclosure of information

relating to the Bonds and the Community College on an annual

basis and upon the occurrence of certain material events.

    SECTION 6. As provided in Section 215.65, Florida Statutes,

the fees charged by the Division of Bond Finance and all expenses

incurred by the Division of Bond Finance in connection with the

issuance of the Bonds (except for periodic arbitrage compliance

fees, if any, which shall be paid from other legally available

funds) shall be paid and reimbursed to the Division of Bond

Finance from the proceeds of the sale of such Bonds.    If for any

reason (other than a reason based on factors completely within

the control of the Division of Bond Finance) the Bonds herein

requested to be authorized are not sold and issued, the Board

agrees and consents that such fees, charges and expenses incurred

by the Division of Bond Finance shall, at the request of the

Division of Bond Finance, be reimbursed to the Division of Bond

Finance by the Board from any legally available funds of the

Community College.

    SECTION 7. If determined by the Division of Bond Finance to

be in the best interest of the State, the Board may cause to be
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purchased a debt service reserve credit facility and/or municipal

bond insurance policy, issued by a nationally recognized bond

insurer.

    SECTION 8. The Chair of the Board, the President of the

Community College, the Vice President of Information Systems,

Business       Services,   Planning    and   Budgeting,      of    the   Community

College    (or    his/her     successor    by   whatever     title)      and   other

authorized representatives of the Board and the Community College

are hereby authorized to take all actions and steps, to execute

all instruments, documents, and contracts, and to take all other

action as they may deem necessary or desirable, in connection

with the execution and delivery of the Bonds and to obtain a debt

service reserve credit facility and a municipal bond insurance

policy.    Any action taken pursuant to this section shall be valid

if such action is taken by at least one person authorized to take

such action.

    SECTION 9. The Board does hereby agree and consent that it

will fully comply with and abide by all rules, regulations and

orders    of    the   State   Board   of   Education   now    in    existence    or

hereafter at any time made relative to the financing of the

educational facilities, the application of the proceeds of the

Bonds, and the construction, equipping, renovation and remodeling
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of the educational facilities, and all other matters relating

thereto.

      The Board further agrees and consents that it will fully

comply with and abide by all resolutions of the Division of Bond

Finance adopted with respect to the Bonds.

      SECTION 10. In the event any balance of the proceeds of the

Bonds attributable to the Community College shall remain after

the   completion        of     the     educational    facilities      described       in

Subsection l(c) hereof, and after the payment or reservation of

sufficient funds for the payment of all costs thereof, then such

unexpended balance of such proceeds shall, in the discretion of

the Division of Bond Finance, be deposited in the Sinking Fund

for the payment of principal of and interest on the Bonds, or for

the cost of other educational facilities of the Community College

described    in    the       Capital    Improvement    Plan    and    for   no   other

purpose.

      SECTION 11. In the event the interest rates prevailing in

the market place at the time the Bonds are authorized for sale by

the Division of Bond Finance would not permit compliance with the

parity   test     and    the    coverage      requirements     set    forth     in   the

applicable      bond     resolution,        the    Board     hereby   requests       and

authorizes      the     Division       of   Bond   Finance    to   issue    a    lesser
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principal amount of Bonds on behalf of the Board, which would

comply with such test and requirements at the prevailing interest

rates anticipated by the Division of Bond Finance at the time the

Bonds are authorized for sale by the Division of Bond Finance,

notwithstanding the authority to issue bonds in the principal

amount set forth hereinabove.

    SECTION 12. The Secretary of the Board is hereby directed to

forthwith file a certified copy of this resolution with the

Division of Bond Finance and the proper officials of the Board

are hereby authorized and directed to furnish any and all data,

information, records or other documents or papers as shall be

required   or    requested    by   the   Division   of    Bond   Finance   in

connection      with   this   resolution   and   the     financing   of    the

educational facilities described in this resolution.
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      SECTION    13.    This     resolution       shall    become    effective

immediately upon its adoption.

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF PINELLAS

I, the undersigned Secretary of the Board of Trustees of St.
Petersburg College, Florida, do hereby certify that the foregoing
constitutes a true and correct copy of a resolution duly adopted
and entered in the minutes of the Board at a meeting held on the
18th day of July, 2006.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my signature and official
seal this _______ day of _____________, 20____ A. D.

                               Signed:

                               _______________________________________
                               Secretary of the Board of Trustees of
                               St. Petersburg College, Florida
(S E A L)

                                                  Board Material Relating to
                                                  Agenda Item IX-E
                                                  Meeting: July 18, 2006


                          BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                       ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                                Agency Billings


Board of Trustees‘ Rule 6Hx23-5.174 requires that the trustees approve each
business, industry, governmental unit or civic organization that furnishes the
College a written promise of payment of student fees and charges for books and
supplies. College records collectively consider these ―Agencies.‖
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Approval is sought to include all ―agencies‖ listed below as approved
―agencies‖ for billing of student fees and charges:

                  Manatee County Independent Insurance Agency
                        Conroe Independent School District
                         Health Care Volunteers of Venice
        School Board of Manatee County – Manatee County Technical Institute


Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Conferlete Carney, Vice President for
Information Systems, Business Services, Planning & Budgeting; and Theresa
Furnas, Associate Vice President for Financial & Business Services recommend
approval.


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                                                                                                                 Agenda Item IX-F.1
                                                                                                                 Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                                                BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                             ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                                                                    Personnel Report

 Approval is sought for the following recommended personnel transactions:

 The report is organized by "transaction type (hire, termination, retire, etc.), name, department/location, and employee title. The
 "termination" transaction is further defined in the employee's record in the PeopleSoft HRIS system. Reasons for termination vary and
 could include such descriptions as: End of Contract; Resignation; Probationary Period; Death, etc.

 Administrative/Professional (APM) have a 6/30/07 ending date, and Instructional appointments have an ending date, not later than
 7/20/07.

 HIRE Full-Time Budgeted
 Effect. Date      Name                               Department/Location                        Title
 6/15/2006             Bawell,Alexander H             Florida Natl. Guard Grant - AC             Computer Support Specialist
 6/29/2006             Bliss,William S                Information Tech & Research DO             Sr. Web Analyst/Programmer
 6/19/2006             Hobson,Gloria D.               Ethics SPG                                 Academic Staff Assistant
 6/12/2006             Jackson,Joffa L                Business Technologies SP                   Instructional Asst III
 6/19/2006             Offutt,Dena M                  Nursing HC                                 Staff Assistant
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6/5/2006         Perez,Jorge                 District Library DO              Librarian
6/15/2006        Ralph III,James R           Provost TS                       Computer Support Specialist
6/12/2006        Reiter,Gildred B            SPC-Downtown                     Student Service Assistant
6/28/2006        Rodgers,Kevin D             NTPI/WMD Grant - AC              Technology Support Specialist
6/26/2006        Wabnitz,Aaron J             Maintenance Services HC          Mechanical Tradesworker

HIRE Temporary/Supplemental
Effect. Date      Name                       Department/Location              Title
6/30/2006         Breece,Carol J             Florida Natl. Guard Grant - AC   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/3/2006          Brown,Jill C               Tarpon Springs Center Provost    Test Room Supervisor
6/5/2006          Elizabeth,Marien           International Center - CL        Federal Work Study Student
6/3/2006          Harris-Rocker,Tanya        Tarpon Springs Center Provost    Test Room Supervisor
6/2/2006          Lancaster,Mary E           District Library DO              Clerical-Temporary
6/12/2006         McGivney,James J           Florida Natl. Guard Grant - AC   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/27/2006         Myers,Bonnie Keller        Facilities Plan & Inst Serv DO   OPS-Accounting/Budget
6/2/2006          Odell,Jerome J             Lifelong Learning NC - AC        Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/17/2006         Stratton,Cheryl B          Education & Student Svcs DO      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/21/2006         Udeh,Amogechukwu           Natural Science SPG              Student Assistant
6/19/2006         Wachtel,Jeanne E           BA Programs/UPC                  Clerical-Temporary
6/28/2006         Wigger,Lisa A              Counseling & Advisement TS       Other Professional- Temporary
6/19/2006         Wood,Jason A.              Lifelong Learning NC - AC        Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/16/2006         Yourth,Bradley J.          Business Technologies CL         Supplemental Instr - Credit

REHIRE Temporary/Supplemental
Effect. Date      Name                        Department/Location              Title
6/3/2006           Byrd,Kristy L              Tarpon Springs Center Provost    Test Administration Proctor
6/5/2006           Campbell,Eric              Criminal Justice AC              Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/12/2006          Canavan,Amy L              Lifelong Learning NC - AC        Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/5/2006           Digirolamo,Rudolph G.      Natural Science SPG              Instructor - Temporary Credit
6/3/2006           Mari,Melissa M.            Tarpon Springs Center Provost    Test Room Supervisor
6/5/2006           McDonald,Ernest R          College Reach Out Program DO     OPS Admin/Supv.
6/17/2006          Prescott,Barbara           Fine & Applied Arts SPG          Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/3/2006           Thiel,Janice L             Education & Student Svcs DO      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/5/2006           Tinson,Shantrice Nicole    Provost AC                       Federal Work Study Student
6/5/2006           Woodard,Dederick D         College Reach Out Program DO     OPS Admin/Supv.
6/4/2006           Wright Jr,Fred W.          Dual Credit - AC                 Instructor - Temporary Credit

TRANSFER/PROMOTION Full-Time Budgeted
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Effect. Date       Name                      Department/Location            Title
6/5/2006           Boyette,Linda M           Word Processing SPG            Administrative Specialist III
6/12/2006          Carter,Margaret A         Word Processing HC             Word Processing Supervisor II

TERMINATION Full-Time Budgeted
Effect. Date       Name                      Department/Location            Title
6/7/2006           Binkley,Patricia          Admin Info Systems - SE        Computer Support Specialist
6/3/2006           Cao,Thang K               Custodial Services SPG         Custodian I
6/30/2006          Church Smith,Diane M      Provost SPG                    Counselor
6/30/2006          Eaton,Laurie A            District Library DO            Program Director II
6/30/2006          Hancock,Clenric G.        Veterinary Technology HC       Dean,School of Veterinary Tech
6/7/2006           Hinckley,Michael C        NTPI/WMD Grant - AC            Curriculum Designer
6/30/2006          Poulos,Cynthia P          BA Programs/UPC                Coordinator, Placement
6/30/2006          Rosado Jr,Angel L         Criminal Justice AC            Program Director II
6/30/2006          Strickland,Kenneth L      Provost SPG                    Instructor
6/30/2006          Weisenborn,Gregory        BA Programs/UPC                Instructor-12 month
6/30/2006          Ziff,Alan J               NTPI/WMD Grant - AC            Coordinator II, Project

RETIREMENT Full-Time Budgeted
Effect. Date       Name                       Department/Location            Title
6/30/2006           Brenner,Barbara J.        Word Processing HC             Word Processing Supervisor II
6/30/2006           Cashon,James R            Education & Student Svcs DO    Counselor
6/30/2006           Filson,Eric M             Admin Info Systems - SE        Senior Analyst/Programmer
6/30/2006           Hunter,Shirley            Ethics SPG                     Academic Staff Assistant
6/30/2006           Masters,Nancy S.          Counseling & Advisement SPG    Academic Advisor
6/30/2006           Nickels,Sharon J          Business Technologies CL       Instructor
6/30/2006           Nielsen,Linda L           Word Processing SPG            Administrative Specialist III
6/30/2006           Osborn,Susan C            Word Processing CL             Mgr, Word Processing
6/30/2006           Plotts,Randolph M         Mathematics SPG                Instructor
6/30/2006           Strickland,Lawrence F.    Admin Info Systems - SE        Senior Systems Analyst

TERMINATION Temporary/Supplemental
Effect. Date      Name                        Department/Location            Title
6/16/2006           Anderson,Virginia A       Tech Prep - DO                 Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/22/2006           Barry,Christopher         Students Activities TS         Federal Work Study Student
6/2/2006            Bates,Darlene R.          Dual Credit - AC               Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/8/2006            Beasey,Robert D           Srvcs Spc Students/OSSD CL     Federal Work Study Student
6/2/2006            Billman,Jenifer S         Dual Credit - AC               Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006            Black,Mary C              Dual Credit - AC               Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
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6/19/2006      Brewer,Lindsey Dru        Natural Science TS               Federal Work Study Student
6/2/2006       Brewer,Patricia B         College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Burnett,Cynthia D         College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Burnett,Lenora K          College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Byers,Keosha              Counseling & Advisement CL       General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/30/2006      Callahan,Thomas J.        Tech Prep - DO                   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/16/2006      Canavan,Amy L             Tech Prep - DO                   Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Carr,Nicole M             Tech Prep - DO                   Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Cashon,James R            Education & Student Svcs DO      Clerical-Temporary
6/30/2006      Cashon,James R            Education & Student Svcs DO      Instructor - Temporary Credit
6/22/2006      Clarke,Wendy M            Scholarships/Stu Fin Assist SP   Federal Work Study Student
6/30/2006      Collins,Frank P           Tech Prep - DO                   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/16/2006      Collins,Frank P           Tech Prep - DO                   Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Connelly,Arthur P         Business Technologies SP         Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/16/2006      Crowther,Charles J        Allstate Center Provost          Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Cushman,Joshua            Dual Credit - AC                 Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Depew,Jayne F.            College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Dias,Mary M               Tech Prep - DO                   Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/15/2006      Diaz,Victor               Srvcs Spc Students/OSSD CL       Federal Work Study Student
6/30/2006      Dixon,Denise P            Special Programs/Intl Educ DO    OPS Tech/Paraprof.
6/20/2006      Dovellos,Nicholas Peter   Counseling & Advisement TS       Student Assistant
6/9/2006       Dunn,Willis J             Education & Student Svcs DO      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Eaton,Laurie A            District Library DO              Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/2/2006       Gary,Dianne S.            College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Gerber,Beth P.            Tech Prep - DO                   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/2/2006       Giannotti,Francine A      Dual Credit - AC                 Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/19/2006      Givens,Walter Patrick     Natural Science TS               Student Assistant
6/30/2006      Hancock,Clenric G.        BA Programs/UPC                  Adjunct Bach Prog.
6/30/2006      Hancock,Clenric G.        Distance Learning TV SE          Instructor - Temporary Credit
6/30/2006      Hancock,Clenric G.        Veterinary Technology HC         Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Hancock,Clenric G.        Veterinary Technology HC         Supplemental-NonTchg Cost Ctr.
6/30/2006      Hanson,Carol W.           Tech Prep - DO                   Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/2/2006       Haulmark,Beverly A.       Dual Credit - AC                 Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Herzhauser,Betty J.       College Reach Out Program DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Higgins,Charlotte T       Dual Credit - AC                 Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Hill,Roberta M            Tech Prep - DO                   Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
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6/6/2006       Hinckley,Michael C    Distance Learning TV SE         Supplemental-NonTchg Cost Ctr.
6/16/2006      Hourdas,Marilyn       Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Hysenlika,Blerina     Letters CL                      General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/30/2006      Johnson,Kathie M      Special Programs/Intl Educ DO   OPS Admin/Supv.
6/16/2006      Just,John N           Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Lewandowski,Steven    Letters CL                      General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/2/2006       Lodermeier,Blythe A   Dual Credit - AC                Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Lovitt,Rita O         Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/19/2006      Luescher,Bonnie J     Natural Science TS              Student Assistant
6/30/2006      Mackey,Cynthia S      Tech Prep - DO                  Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/30/2006      Marks,Kristina        Student Activities CL           General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/2/2006       Mccoy,Ann E           Dual Credit - AC                Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Mceachern-pleasa,W.   College Reach Out Program DO    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/19/2006      Michau,Damon C        Natural Science TS              Student Assistant
6/2/2006       Mitchell,Ozzie G.     College Reach Out Program DO    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Monroe,Erin           College Reach Out Program DO    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Morrison,Sharon L.    Education & Student Svcs DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Mullholand,Connie L   Dual Credit - AC                Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Munyon,Pamela J       Tech Prep - DO                  Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/30/2006      Nickels,Sharon J      Business Technologies CL        Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Nickels,Sharon J      Distance Learning TV SE         Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Nold,Wilfred          Student Activities CL           General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/2/2006       Odom,Kathleen         Dual Credit - AC                Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Pacowta,Jennifer R    Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Perez,Christin A      Provost CL                      General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/16/2006      Pixler,Christine      Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Plotts,Randolph M     Mathematics SPG                 Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Plotts,Randolph M     Foreign Language SPG            Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Ponraj,David Samuel   Letters CL                      General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/30/2006      Rahn,Gregory          Letters CL                      General Service/Maint. (unskil
6/24/2006      Range,William J       Education & Student Svcs DO     Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006       Robinson,Cynthia      College Reach Out Program DO    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006      Rodrigue,Carole A     Tech Prep - DO                  Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006      Rosado Jr,Angel L     Criminal Justice AC             Supplemental Instr - Credit
6/30/2006      Rosado Jr,Angel L     Social Science CL               Supp-Other Profess Overload
6/30/2006      Rosado Jr,Angel L     Criminal Justice AC             Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
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6/30/2006              Rosado Jr,Angel L           Lifelong Learning NC - AC           Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/30/2006              Rosado Jr,Angel L           Counseling & Advisement CL          Other Professional- Temporary
6/30/2006              Rosado Jr,Angel L           Job Center - SP                     Other Professional- Temporary
6/15/2006              Rowland,Debbie L            Srvcs Spc Students/OSSD CL          Federal Work Study Student
6/30/2006              Rush,Cara A                 Tech Prep - DO                      Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/3/2006               Ryan,Gregory                Tarpon Springs Center Provost       Test Room Supervisor
6/2/2006               Saginario,Cynthia J         Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Sessa,Ralph L.              Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Shepherd,Amber J            College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Singletary,Yolanda          Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Smith,Delores C             Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Still,Arilee V.             College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006              Stratton,Cheryl B           Education & Student Svcs DO         Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006              Stubbs,Aimee Cekau          Tech Prep - DO                      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/5/2006               Tinson,Shantrice Nicole     Allstate Center Provost             Federal Work Study Student
6/16/2006              Topping,Leslie M.           Tech Prep - DO                      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Troiano,Zelda V             Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Underwood,Carolyn M.        College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Victor,Keila B              College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Wassermann,Jamie L          Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/16/2006              Wassermann,Jamie L          Tech Prep - DO                      Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006              Weisenborn,Gregory          BA Programs/UPC                     Adjunct Bach Prog.
6/2/2006               Williams,Calvin P           College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006              Williams,Joyce D.           Tech Prep - DO                      Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred
6/2/2006               Wright,Lacrecia M.          College Reach Out Program DO        Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/2/2006               Yale,Karen D                Dual Credit - AC                    Lump sum -Spec.Proj.
6/30/2006              Ziff,Alan J                 NTPI/WMD Grant - AC                 Instructor- Temporary Non-Cred

RETURN FROM LEAVE Full-Time Budgeted
Effect. Date     Name                              Department/Location                 Title
4/26-6/12/06           Hesting,Karen L             Instructional Computing SE          Instructional Technologist
4/28-6/5/06            Williams,Annette R          Scholarships/Stu Fin Assist CL      Student Service Assistant

TRAVEL OUT OF THE COUNTRY
Effect. Date      Name                             Department/Location                 Title
7/13-7/18/06           Bilirakis,Evelyn            President DO                        Vice Chairman of the Board
                       Kuttler Jr.,Carl            President DO                        President
Travel as a guest of Congressman Young who has been appointed by the President of the United States to be the
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representative for America at the International Aircraft Exhibit a worldwide event in London, England. They will be traveling
with several members of Congress.


7/08-7/13/06              White, Karen                President DO                           Special Asst. to the President
To accompany SPC students to Cambridge and remain as they are oriented to the program; to serve as faculty-in-charge
during that time; to garner evaluative information about this summer program (International Summer School/University of
Cambridge – a Florida consortium of which SPC is a part).


8/5-8/20/06               Matchette,Patricia          Fine & Applied Arts SE                 Instructor
To accompany SPC students to Cambridge and remain as they are oriented to the program; to serve as faculty-in-charge
during that time.


7/24-8/3/06               Wallis,James                Natural Science TS                     Instructor
                          Goodwin,Ingrid              Provost TS                             Administrative Specialist II
Travel to Belize, Central America to serve as Lead Instructor and Student Leader respectively for the Tropical Ecology
course through the study abroad program, to promote student's participation in a multicultural and global society.


Dr. Carl M. Kuttler Jr., President; and Mr. Douglas Duncan, Director Human Resources recommend approval.


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06-164.        A rulemaking hearing was conducted for the purpose of amending and/or adopting
changes to the Board of Trustees Rules and Procedures Manual. Proof of public notice of this
meeting is included as a part of these minutes. Internal notice was published in the Blue and
White and notices were duly posted. The chairman requested comments from the public. Ms.
Beth Horner, College Attorney, offered for the Board's acceptance Composite Exhibit 1 –
Rulemaking Record for the rules being presented at the July 18, 2006 Board Meeting. The Board
accepted Composite Exhibit 1 as part of its Rulemaking Record. The president sought approval
of Item IX-G. Mr. Burke moved approval. Mr. Johnston seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted
aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene
voted aye. Motion carried.

                    Information regarding the rules is as follows:

INSERT NOTICE
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                                                       Board Material Relating to
                                                       Agenda Item IX-G
                                                       Meeting: July 18, 2006



                             BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                          ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE


                              Board of Trustees’ Rules


Approval is sought for the following proposed changes to the Rules and
Procedures Manual, which are being submitted for your consideration:

6Hx23-4.20 Grading System The proposed changes will add courses in the
College of Education’s IMPACT Program that may be graded on a Pass/Fail basis.

6Hx23-5.17 Student Fees The proposed changes will delete fees for College of
Education courses, which are no longer applicable and reduce lab fees for certain
courses. The proposed change will also establish guidelines for determining costs
associated with lab fees.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President and David T. Henniger, College Attorney
recommend approval.

Attachment

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6Hx23-4.20 GRADING SYSTEM

             I.   Letters are used to indicate the quality of work done by students at St.
                  Petersburg College:
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           A    excellent .......................................…… awards 4 quality points
           B    good ...............................................…. awards 3 quality points
           C    average ...........................................… awards 2 quality points
           D    poor .................................................... awards 1 quality point
           F    unsatisfactory...................................... awards 0 quality points
           I    incomplete ...................................... awards 0 quality points
           N    no credit (college preparatory courses only)
           NG   no grade reported
           P    passing (credit courses)
           S    satisfactory (non-credit courses only)
           SP   showing progress (non-credit courses only)
           U    unsatisfactory (non-credit courses only)
           W    withdrawal
           X    audit

       II. Special instructions for grades

           A.   "I" Incomplete grades received at the end of any term become
                "F" if not completed by the end of the succeeding Fall or Spring
                term.

           B.   A grade of "N" is used only in college preparatory courses. A
                grade of "N" may be assigned to students earning a "D" or "F" in
                such courses.

           C. "P" may be used as follows:

                1.   Students enrolled in physical education activity courses (e.g.
                     golf, tennis, bowling, archery, racquetball, etc.) may choose
                     to be graded on a "P/F" or an "A-F" basis. During the first 2
                     weeks the course is taught, the instructor will require each
                     student to select the grade option preferred. "P" grades will
                     not be used in GPA calculations.

                2.   Credit awarded by Assessment of Prior Learning through the
                     Experiential Learning Program (ELP) may be designated by
                     the grade of "P". Assessment of Prior Learning is the only
                     approved procedure for evaluating and awarding credit for
                     prior learning.
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               3.   Satisfactory completion of credit courses designated as
                    Weekend Computer Institutes (WCI) or Corporate Training
                    Services (CTS) may be graded on a ―P/F‖ or an ―A-F‖ basis.
                    During the first meeting of the class, the instructor will
                    require each student to select the grade option preferred.
                    ―P‖ grades will not be used in GPA calculations. Students
                    who do not complete the final project in a Weekend
                    Computer Institute class but who attend all classes will
                    receive a grade of "X".

               4.   Satisfactory completion of the following credit courses in the
                    Physical Therapist Assistant Program will be graded on a
                    ―P/F‖ basis.

                    PHT 1801L—Physical Therapy Clinical Practice I
                    PHT 2810L—Physical Therapy Clinical Practice II
                    PHT 280220L—Physical Therapy Clinical Practice III

               5.   Satisfactory completion of the following credit courses in the
                    College of Education IMPACT Program will be graded on a
                    ―P/F‖ basis.

                    MAE 4942 Instructional Methods in Secondary Mathematics
                             Field Experience: IMPACT
                    MAE 3941 Interactive Middle School Mathematics Field
                             Experience: IMPACT
                    EDE 4942 Literacy Field Experience: IMPACT
                    EDE 4943 Integrated Mathematics and Science Elementary
                             (K-6) Field Experience: IMPACT
                    SCE 4940 Secondary Science Field Experience Grades 9-
                             12: IMPACT

          D.   Students who wish to audit a college-level credit course may
               register on an audit basis without special permission during the
               regularly scheduled registration period through the end of the
               first week of classes. This applies to regular and express
               sessions.

               Students who wish to change from credit to audit status may
               change to an audit status without special permission during the
               regularly scheduled registration period through the end of the
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                      first week of classes.    This applies to regular and express
                      sessions.

                      Students may change from audit to credit status during the
                      regularly scheduled registration period through the end of the
                      first week of classes or after the registration period has expired,
                      but prior to the end of the session only upon the approval of the
                      faculty member, the program director, and the campus provost,
                      associate provost or the site administrator.

                      Fees are the same for both credit and audit students.

                      Audit students are required to meet course prerequisites
                      including appropriate scores on the St. Petersburg College
                      Placement Test unless such requirements are waived by
                      obtaining permission through the program director.

                      Under exceptional circumstances, a student may appeal to the
                      appropriate program director to seek a change to credit in a
                      course in which registration was for audit. The program director
                      will work with the student and the instructor to determine that the
                      student completed all of the requirements for credit in the
                      course.

Specific Authority: 1001.64(2) & (4), F.S.
Law Implemented: 1001.64(4)(b), 1004.68, 240.325, F.S.; Rules 6A-14.0262(8), 6A-
14.0247, F.A.C.
History:     … 6/27/95. Filed - 6/27/95. Effective - Session I, 1995-96; 3/16/98. Filed
             - 3/16/98. Effective - 3/16/98; 5/18/99. Filed - 5/18/99. Effective -
             5/18/99; 2/27/01. Filed – 2/27/01. Effective – Session III, 2000-01;
             6/21/02. Filed – 6/21/02. Effective – 6/21/02; 2/17/04. Filed – 2/17/04.
             Effective – 2/17/04; 7/18/06. To Be Filed – 7/18/06. Proposed Date To
             Become Effective – Session I, 2006-07.


6Hx23-5.17 STUDENT FEES

             Changes to course numbers and titles are made by the State Department
             of Education on a regular basis. Such changes to any course included in
             this rule will be effective when approved by the State and the fees below
             will continue to be assessed despite any delays in correcting the course
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       numbers and titles in this rule. The Board hereby grants the President the
       authority to amend this rule, without further Board approval, to provide for
       the correction of course numbers and course titles as are approved by the
       State Department of Education and for the elimination of course fees for
       courses which have been discontinued.

       I.   The following fee schedule applies to all St. Petersburg College
            credit or audit students except high school students enrolled in the
            dual credit program or early admission students. Unless otherwise
            indicated, fees listed in this schedule shall apply to the lower and
            upper division.

            A. Initial application fee (original application only)                          $ 35.00
            ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            J.    Other Student Fees Other student fees set forth in this section
                  and other sections in this Rule may be charged to cover
                  unusual expenses associated with offering a class including the
                  following: laboratory supplies and other consumables;
                  specialized instructional equipment and software; additional
                  support personnel required to offer the class; differential faculty
                  pay when market adjustment is necessary; instructor
                  certification programs; and other unusual expenses. Fees in all
                  of the foregoing categories will require Board of Trustees’
                  approval.

                  1. Art and Graphics Course Fees:

                       ART 1201C Design I                                                        60.00
                       ART 1203C Design II                                                       75.00
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                       EME 2310 Instructional Media Development                                  90.00
                       EME 2419 Survey of Presentation and Digital
                                         Media in Education                                      90.00
                       GRA 1104C Typography                                                      90.00
                       GRA 1330 History of Graphic Design                                        10.00
                       GRA 2100C Computer Graphics                                               35.00

                       GRA 2111C Graphic Design Seminar                                          90.00
                                                                                                 60.00
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                   GRA 2121          Digital Interface Design                              30.00
                   GRA 2151C         Computer Illustration                                 90.00
                   GRA 2152          Electronic Illustration                               30.00
                   GRA 2160          Basic Animation                                       60.00
                   GRA 2201C         Digital Publishing                                    90.00
                   GRA 2203C         Pre-Press Production                                  90.00
                   GRA 2333C         Graphic Techniques & Applications                     90.00
                   GRA 2731          Multimedia in Education                               60.00
                   GRA 2746C         Illustration                                          35.00
                   GRA 2951C         Professional Practices/Internship                     30.00
                   GRA 2952C         Graphic Design Portfolio                              90.00
                   PGY 2110C         Color Photography                                     55.00
                   PGY 2201C         Studio Lighting                                       60.00
                   PGY 2401C         Photography I                                         55.00

                   PGY 2410C Intermediate Photography                                      55.00
                                                                                           40.00

                   PGY 2470C Themes for Photographers                                      40.00
                                                                                           30.00

                  PGY 2801 Digital Photography                                              75.00
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               6. Laboratory fees for the following courses:

                  ARC 1126C Architectural Drawing I                                         20.00
                  ARC 1301 Architectural Design I                                           20.00
                  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  FSS 2235C Introductory Food Production
                                    Management                                            135.00
                  GLY 2010L Physical Geology Lab                                            35.00
                  ISC 1001L Methods of Science Laboratory                                   35.00
                  ISC 1141L Earth Sciences Laboratory                                       35.00
                  MCB 2010L Microbiology Lab                                                35.00
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              22. College of Education

                   a. Course Fees:

                   BSC 3096C Human Biology                                                 35.00
                   BSC 4032 Issues and Challenges in
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                                                Science Education                                     50.00
                              EDF 3214          Student Development & Learning
                                                Principles K-12                                       50.00
                              EVT 3402C         Materials and Processes w/Lab                         70.00
                              EVT 3403C         Manufacturing and Transportation w/Lab                50.00
                              EVT 4406          Technological Design                                  50.00
                              EVT 4407C         Energy and Power Systems w/Lab                        40.00
                              EVT 4408C         Information & Communication
                                                Technology w/Lab                                      75.00
                              MHF 4404          Perspectives in Mathematics                           50.00
                              PCB 3043C         Ecology with Lab                                      35.00
                              PCB 3063C         Genetics with Lab                                     60.00
                              PCB 4723C         Comparative Animal Physiology w/Lab                   35.00
                              RED 4519          Diagnosis and Intervention in Reading                 50.00


                              b. Other Fees:

                             FDLE and FBI background checks                                            33.00
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              VI.   St. Petersburg College accepts Master Card and Visa credit cards for
                    payment of fees and certain other financial obligations.

Specific Authority: 1001.64(2) & (4), F.S.

Law Implemented: 1001.64(2) & (4), 1001.64(10), 1009.22, 1009.23, 1009.25,
1009.26, 1009.26(7), 1009.27, 1011.83, F.S.; Rules 6A-14.054, 6A-14.054(11), F.A.C.

History:      ……9/20/05. Filed – 9/20/05. Effective – 9/20/05; 12/20/05. Filed –
12/20/05. Effective – Session II, 2005-06 for the course fee changes and 12/20/05 for
other changes; 1/17/06. Filed – 1/17/06. Effective – 1/17/06; 2/21/06. Filed – 2/21/06.
Effective – 2/21/06; 7/18/06. To Be Filed – 7/18/06. Proposed Date To Become
Effective – Upon Board Approval.


06-165.        The president sought approval of Curriculum Items IX-H.1-H.2. as well as
Grants/Restricted Funds Items IX-I.1a and IX-I.2. Mr. Johnston moved approval. Mrs. Bilirakis
seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye;
Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.

              Information regarding these items is as follows:
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                                                           Board Material Relating to
                                                           Agenda Item IX-H.1
                                                           Meeting: July 18, 2006


                                 BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                              ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                                      Credit Curriculum


Approval is sought for the following courses to be added effective Session I, 2006-2007:

BTE 4940      INTERNSHIP: BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 6-12                            12 credits
              Prerequisites: Successful completion of all Business Technology Education BS
              program requirements and passing General Knowledge and Professional
              Education Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate
              competency on the twelve Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at
              the pre-professional level during one semester of full day internship in a public or
              private school approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a series of
              mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum of 35
              hours per week for 15 weeks.

EVT 4940      INTERNSHIP: TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 6-12                                    12 credits
              Prerequisites: Successful completion of all Technology Education BS program
              requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and
              Professional Education Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to
              demonstrate competency on the twelve Florida Educator Accomplished Practices
              (FEAPs) at the pre-professional level during one semester of full day internship in
              a public or private school approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a
              series of mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum
              of 35 hours per week for 15 weeks.

PHI 2611      ETHICS FOR EDUCATORS                                                       3 credits
              Prerequisite: BA or BS degree or permission of Program Director. This course is
              designed to meet the needs of current K-12 educators who teach or will be
              teaching in the State of Florida, but need an approved Ethics course to be certified
              or recertified to teach. This course is a practical approach to recognizing,
              understanding and solving ethical problems confronting educators in today‘s
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              society. Students will learn concepts in applied ethics and selected ethical
              theories, which represent main themes in moral philosophy. Students will learn
              current Principles of Professional Conduct, Board of Education rules and relevant
              Florida Statutes, and will learn the use of said codes, rules and laws in resolving
              ethical issues. Emphasis will be placed on the development of skills necessary for
              critical thinking and responsible decision making in the educational arena. 45
              contact hours.

Approval is sought for the following courses to be changed effective Session I, 2006-2007:

CGS 1178      WEB SCRIPTING WITH CGI/PERL AND JAVASCRIPT                                3 credits
              Prerequisite: CGS 1825 CGS 1822 or permission of the program director. This
              course will introduce students to Web scripting applications. Topics include
              server-side scripting with Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and Practical Extract
              and Reporting Language (Perl), and client-side scripting with JavaScript. Students
              will install a Web server and create applications which will validate data entered
              in a Web browser client and process the data on the server. 47 contact hours.

EDE 4940      INTERNSHIP: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION                                  3, 6, 12 credits
              Prerequisites: Successful Ccompletion of all Elementary Education BS program
              requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and
              Professional Education Exam. sections of the Florida Teacher Certification Exam.
              This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate competency on the twelve
              Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at the pre-professional level
              competencies during one semester of full day internship in a public or private
              school as approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a series of
              mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum of 35
              hours per week for 15 weeks.

EEX 4940      INTERNSHIP: EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION                                12 credits
              Prerequisites: Successful Ccompletion of all Exceptional Student Education BS
              program requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and
              Professional Education Exam. required sections of the Florida Teacher
              Certification Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate
              competency on the twelve Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at
              the pre-professional level competencies during one semester of full day internship
              in a public or private school approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a
              series of mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum
              of 35 hours per week for 15 weeks.
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MAE 4940   INTERNSHIP: SECONDARY MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 6-12 12 credits
           Prerequisites: Successful Ccompletion of all Secondary Math Education BS
           program requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and
           Professional Education Exam. required sections of the Florida Teacher
           Certification Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate
           competency on the twelve Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at
           the pre-professional level competencies during one semester of full day internship
           in a public or private school approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a
           series of mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum
           of 35 hours per week for 15 weeks.

MUG 2101   ELEMENTS OF CONDUCTING                                                     3 credits
           Prerequisite: MUT 1121 MUT 1111 or equivalent. This course is an introduction
           to the skill and art of musical conducting. Students will develop the physical skills
           involved with conducting using the baton and hands. Methods of choral and
           instrumental conducting will be explored and practiced using members of the
           class as performers as well as existing musical ensembles. Rehearsal preparation
           and techniques will also be explored. 47 contact hours.

MUT 1001   FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC                                                      3 credits
           This course will enable students to acquire a thorough working knowledge of
           those the basic rudiments basic to the pursuit of necessary for further study of
           musical theory and musical performance. It is for those This course is intended for
           students who are not ready for MUT 1121 Music Theory I, MUL 1010
           Introduction to Music History, and Applied Music courses. 47 contact hours.

MVK 1125   POPULAR PIANO TECHNIQUES                                            1-2 credits
           Prerequisite: MUT 1121 MUT 1111 or equivalent. This course will be private
           instruction in contemporary keyboard styles, including Jazz, Pop, Gospel, and
           Rock. Special emphasis will be given to stylistic harmonization and
           improvisation. One credit is one-half hour lesson per week. Two credits are one
           hour lesson per week. 8.5 contact hours or 17 contact hours.

SSE 4940   INTERNSHIP: SECONDARY SCIENCE EDUCATION 6-12                            12 credits
           Prerequisites: Successful completion of all Secondary Science Education program
           requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and
           Professional Education Exam. required sections of the Florida Teacher
           Certification Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate
           competency on the twelve Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at
           the pre-professional level competencies during one semester of full day internship
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                   in a public or private school approved by the Dean. The internship also includes a
                   series of mandatory professional leadership seminars. Contact hours: a minimum
                   of 35 hours per week for 15 weeks.


Approval is sought for the following programs to be changed effective Session I, 2006-2007:

BS DEGREES:

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (BTEED-BS) (see attached)

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (TECED-BS) (see attached)

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Dr. Carol C. Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for
Educational and Student Services; and Dr. Marty Clay, Vice President for Educational and
Student Services recommend approval.

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                                   PROGRAM CHANGE – BS DEGREE

                                  COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
                           BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (6-12)
                                        (BTEED-BS)
                                          BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE
                                            Dr. Sally S. Naylor, Dean, 727-712-5876


Prerequisites: Admission to the College of Education – Business Technology Education

EDUCATION PREREQUISITES - Grade of “C” or higher required.
EDF    1005      Introduction to Education                                                                 3
EDG    2701      Teaching Diverse Populations                                                              3
EME    2040      Introduction to Educational Technology                                                    3

Additionally, the general education requirements and state-mandated prerequisites must be satisfied.
    9 credits - Communications to include Literature and Speech
    6 credits – Humanities to include Fine Arts and Philosophy
    9 credits – College-level Mathematics to include College Algebra or higher and Geometry
    9 credits – Natural/Physical Science to include one Biological, one Physical, one Earth science, and one associated lab
    12 credits – Social Sciences to include American History and General Psychology
         Other Program prerequisites (must earn “C” or better)
    3 credits – Financial Accounting (ACG 2021)
    3 credits – Managerial Accounting (ACG 2071)
    3 credits – Macroeconomic (ECO 2013) can count as a social science elective
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      3 credits – Microeconomics (ECO 2023)
      3 credits – Keyboarding I (OST 1100) or Microcomputer Applications (CGS 1100)
      Suggested – Intro to Computers & Programming (CGS 1000)

CORE REQUIREMENTS (27 credits) Grade of C or higher required. Course in BOLD Not Approved
EDF     3214*     Student Development & Learning Principles K-12 (5 SB hrs)                                   3
EDF     4430      Measurement, Evaluation & Assessment in Education, K-12                                     2
EDG     3410      Classroom Management & Communication, K-12                                                  2
EDG     3321      PAIDEIA I                                                                                   1
EDG     4322      PAIDEIA II                                                                                  1
EEX     3011*     Nature & Needs of Exceptional Students K-12 (10 SB hrs)                                     3
RED     4335      Reading in the Content Areas                                                                3
BTE     4940*     Internship – Business Technology Education (6-12)                                          12

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (33 credits)
BTE     4161*      Coordination & Mgmt of Cooperative Programs (25 SB hrs)                                    3
BTE     4412*      Instructional Methods for Middle School Business Technology Ed (10 SB hrs)                 2
BTE     4413       Instructional Methods for Secondary Business Technology Education                          3
BTE     4946*      Instructional Methods for Secondary Business Tech Ed Practicum (30 SB hrs)                 2
BTE     4909*      Directed Study: Business Technology Education (30 SB hrs)                                  3
BTE     4948*      Field–Based Seminar in Business Education (30 SB hrs)                                      2
BUL     3320       Advanced Business Law I                                                                    3
COP     1822       Introduction to Web Page Creation                                                          1
COP     1829       Web Graphics I                                                                             1
ENC     2210       Technical Writing                                                                          3
ISM     4480       Electronic Commerce Systems & Strategies                                                   3
LIS     1002        Electronic Research Strategies for College Students                                       1
MAN 3504         Operations Mgmt                                                                              3
Select one course: 3 credits
CGS 2402         C++ Programming I                                                                            (3)
COP 2250         JAVA Programming I                                                                           (3)
COP 2837         Visual Basic.NET Programming I                                                               (3)

ESOL REQUIREMENTS (3 credits)
TSL     3080*     ESOL Issues: Principles & Practices I K-12 (15 SB hrs)                                      3

TOTAL PROGRAM                                                                                            123
*School-Based Hours (155 clinical clock hours plus a 15 week Internship)
Grade of “C” or higher required
EDF 3214*       Student Development & Learning Principles (5 SB hrs)
EEX 3011*       Nature & Needs of Exceptional Students K-12 (10 SB hrs)
TSL 3080*       ESOL Issues: Principles & Practices I K-12 (15 SB hrs)
BTE 4948*       Field-Based Seminar in Business Education (30 SB & FB hrs)
BTE 4161*       Coordination & Mgmt of cooperative Programs (25 SB & FB hrs)
BTE 4412*       Instructional Methods for Middle School Business Tech Education (10 SB hrs)
BTE 4946*       Instructional Methods for Secondary Business Tech Edu Practicum (30 SB hrs)
BTE 4909*       Directed Study: Business Technology Education (30 SB hrs)
BTE 4940*       Internship Business Technology Education, 6-12

ADDENDUM: Additional Graduation Requirements
CULTURAL DIVERSITY: (6 credits)
Six credits with an international or diversity focus. This requirement may have been satisfied in the first 60 semester hours.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:
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Two years in high school or one year of college instruction in a single foreign language.

NOTES: For admission and graduation a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher is required.
         Questions regarding admissions, please consult with the Dean of College of Education.


Completing all program requirements, including ESOL, demonstrating competency in the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPS) at the pre-
professional level, passing all sections of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE), and passing the final internship are conditions of
graduation


Students who have questions concerning catalog year requirements should consult the appropriate SPC College catalog or a Counselor or Academic
Advisor. Students who have questions concerning state mandated prerequisites should consult www.facts.org and review the appropriate common
prerequisite manual or see a Counselor or Academic Advisor.


                                          PROGRAM CHANGE – BS DEGREE

                                              COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
                                           TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (6-12)
                                                   (TECED-BS)
                                                  BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE
                                                     Dr. Sally S. Naylor, Dean, 727-712-5876


Prerequisites: Admission to the College of Education – Technology Education
Students pursuing an A.A. degree in Education from St. Petersburg College should consult the Education A.A. portion of the
catalog for General Education requirements.

EDUCATION PREREQUISITES - Grade of “C” or higher required.
EDF 1005           Introduction to Education                                                              3
EDG 2701           Teaching Diverse Populations                                                           3
EME 2040           Introduction to Educational Technology                                                 3
In addition to these Education courses students must satisfy the general education requirements and
state-mandated and prerequisites.
     9 credits - Communications to include Literature and Speech
     6 credits – Humanities to include Fine Arts and Philosophy
     9 credits – College-level Mathematics to include College Algebra or higher and Geometry
     9 credits – Natural/Physical Science to include one Biological, one Physical, one Earth science, and one associated lab
     12 credits – Social Sciences to include American History and General Psychology

CORE REQUIREMENTS (27 credits) – Grade of C or higher required
EDF     3214*         Student Development and Learning Principles K-12 (5 SB hrs)                                           3
EDF     4430          Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment in Education K-12                                              2
EDG     3410          Classroom Management and Communication K-12                                                           2
EDG     3321          PAIDEIA I                                                                                             1
EDG     4322          PAIDEIA II                                                                                            1
EEX     3011*         Nature and Needs of Exceptional Students K-12 (10 SB hrs)                                             3
RED       4335        Reading in the Content Areas                                                                          3
EVT     4940*         Internship – Technology Education, 6-12                                                              12

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (34 credits)
EVT     3123          Instructional Methods in Middle School Technology Education                                           3
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EVT     3192*         Foundations of Technology Education (15 SB hrs)                                    3
EVT     3261          Program Management: Technology Education                                           2
EVT     3402C         Materials and Processes w/Lab                                                      4
EVT     3403C         Manufacturing and Transportation w/Lab                                             4
EVT     3946*         Instructional Methods for Middle School Technology Education Practicum (60 SB hrs) 2
EVT     4094          Technological Design                                                               3
EVT       4294C       Information & Communication Technology w/Lab                                       4
EVT       4333        Instructional Methods for Secondary Technology Education                           3
EVT       4407C       Energy and Power Systems w/Lab                                                     4
EVT       4947*       Instructional Methods for Secondary Technology Education Practicum (60 SB hrs)     2

ESOL REQUIREMENTS (3 credits)
TSL     3080*        ESOL Issues: Principles & Practices I K-12 (15 SB hrs)                                                 3

TOTAL PROGRAM                                                                                                             124

*School-Based Hours               (165 clinical clock hours plus a 15 week Internship)
Grade of “C” or higher required
EEX 3011          Nature and Needs (10 SB hrs)
EDF 3214          Student Development (5 SB hrs)
EVT 3192          Foundations of Technology Education (15 SB hrs)
EVT 3946          Instructional Methods for Middle School Technology Educ Practicum (60 SB hrs)
EVT     4947     Instructional Methods for Secondary Technology Education Practicum (60 SB hrs)
TSL     3080     ESOL (15 SB hrs)
EVT     4940     Internship – Technology Education 6-12

ADDENDUM: Additional Graduation Requirements
CULTURAL DIVERSITY: (6 credits)
Six credits with an international or diversity focus. This requirement may have been satisfied in the first 60 semester hours.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE:
Two years in high school or one year of college instruction in a single foreign language.

NOTES: For admission and graduation a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher is required.
         Questions regarding admissions, please consult with the Dean of College of Education.


Completing all program requirements, including ESOL, demonstrating competency in the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPS) at the pre-
professional level, passing all sections of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE), and passing the final internship are conditions of
graduation.


Students who have questions concerning catalog year requirements should consult the appropriate SPC College catalog or a Counselor or Academic
Advisor. Students who have questions concerning state mandated prerequisites should consult www.facts.org and review the appropriate common
prerequisite manual or see a Counselor or Academic Advisor.



                                                                                           Board Material Relating to
                                                                                           Agenda Item IX-H.2
                                                                                           Meeting: July 18, 2006
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                                BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                             ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                             Noncredit Curriculum and Fees

Confirmation is sought to add the following new courses effective Term III 2005-2006:

NWT 0960                      Cisco Certified Network Administrator
Course Description:           This program is designed to produce a Cisco Certified Network
                              Associate, CCNA. The CCNA is recognized in the industry as a
                              technical professional working with traditional Cisco-based
                              networks that predominantly includes LAN and WAN who
                              complete this Cisco training will have the expertise needed to pass
                              the test, required by Cisco Systems, to achieve CCNA status. The
                              test cost is not included in the cost of the courses. This certificate
                              program prepares students for the CCNA certificate examination
                              604-507.
Contact Hours:                40
Fee:                          $2, 195.00

For the following 7 courses there is a contract with Dearborn where SPC Corporate Training is
set up as an e-commerce site. The client pays with a credit card for their class on the hosted site
by Dearborn – who in turn generates a month-end report and remits payment to SPC Corporate
Training for the amount collected less the fee that SPC is charged for the class.

RES 0150                      Real Estate Broker Pre-license-Online
Course Description:           This course is approved by the State of Florida and prepares
                              participants to pass Florida‘s state exam for Real Estate Brokers.
Contact Hours:                72

RES 0151                      Real Estate Sales Associate Pre-license - Online
Course Description:           This basic course prescribed by FREC is the first step in qualifying
                              to take the Sales Associate‘s Licensing Examination.
Contact Hours:                63

RES 0152                      Real Estate Sales Associate Post-license – Online
Course Description:           This post licensure course is prescribed by FREC and is required to
                              be completed before a new licensee‘s first renewal date.
Contact Hours:                45
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RES 0153                   Real Estate Broker Post-license – Online
Course Description:        This post licensure brokers‘ course is prescribed by FREC and is
                           required to be completed before a new broker licensee‘s first
                           renewal date.
Contact Hours:             30

RES 0154                   Real Estate Sales Associate Continuing Education – Online
Course Description:        This course satisfies the 14 hours of Continuing Education needed
                           to test for a Real Estate Associate License.
Contact Hours:             14

RES 0160                   Fundamentals of Home Inspection – Online
Course Description:        This course is the introduction to the practice of home inspection.
Contact Hours:             40

RES 0161                   Principles of Home Inspection- Online
Course Description:        This course teaches a step-by-step approach to inspection for each
                           type of house systems.
Contact Hours:             100

Approval is sought to add the following new courses effective Term I, 2006-2007:

AAP 0411                   Museum Business Law
Course Description:        This class is offered as a noncredit class to local museum
                           volunteers and docents. It specifically addresses museum law and
                           business factors.
Fee:                       $45
Contact Hours:             45

AAP 0412                   Introduction to Museum Business
Course Description:        This class is offered as a noncredit class to local museum
                           volunteers and docents. It specifically addresses museum and non-
                           profit business factors.
Fee:                       $45
Contact Hours:             45

AAP 0413                   Principles of Museum Management
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Course Description:       This class is offered as a noncredit class to local museum
                          volunteers and docents. It specifically addresses the basic
                          fundamentals of museum and non-profit organizational and
                          operational management and applying them to the Arts.
Fee:                      $45
Contact Hours:            45

AAP 0797                  Introduction to Editing, Collages & Presentations using
                          Photoshop
Course Description:       This course covers an introduction to Photoshop basic techniques
                          focusing on editing, creating collages and presentations.
Fee:                      $49
Contact Hours:            8

AAP 0813                  Digital Photography for Weddings
Course Description:       This course covers advanced digital camera techniques focusing on
                          taking interesting and flattering wedding photos; including editing,
                          sizing, retouching and printing.
Fee:                      $49
Contact Hours:            9

AAP 0814                  Portrait Photography using a Digital Camera
Course Description:       This course covers advanced digital camera techniques focuses on
                          taking interesting and flattering portraits of individuals, couples,
                          families and groups: including editing, sizing, retouching and
                          printing.
Fee:                      $49
Contact Hours:            9

AAP 0901                  Musical Entertainment Day Trips
Course Description:       This is a short day trip to orchestral venues in the Tampa Bay area.
                          The fee covers ticket price, lunch and transportation.
Fee:                      $35
Contact Hours:            5

AAP 0902                  Florida Orchestra Day Concerts
Course Description:       This is a short day trip to the Mahaffey Theater to hear the Florida
                          Orchestra. The fee covers ticket price, lunch and transportation.
Fee:                      $59
Contact Hours:            5
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Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Carol C. Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for Educational
and Student Services; and Willie Felton, Vice President for Educational and Student Services
recommend approval.


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                                                           Board Material Relating to
                                                           Agenda Item IX-I.1a
                                                           Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                               ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

      Florida Department of Education, Division of Community Colleges & Workforce
                Education, SUCCEED Florida—Jobs for Florida’s Future

Confirmation is sought for continuation of a grant proposal for approximately $127,688
that was submitted, subject to Board of Trustees’ approval, to the Florida Department of
Education, Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Education, SUCCEED Florida
– Jobs for Florida’s Future solicitation. See attached Information Summary for additional
information. Permission is sought to accept funding and enter into any necessary contractual
agreement(s), if awarded.

This project will expand St. Petersburg College‘s (SPC‘s) Registered Nurse program to help
better meet local and statewide workforce needs for RNs in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco
counties. The project goal is to increase the number of RNs in the tri-county area. The original
project objectives were to enroll and graduate 36 lower wage incumbent healthcare workers as
RNs through SPC‘s RN Program by May 30, 2007. Additionally, the project was to result in the
creation of a RN training program model for incumbent lower wage healthcare workers and
LPNs. During the second year of the project, 22 students will enter their third semester of the
four semester A.S. Nursing degree program in May 2006 and will graduate in December, 2006.
Ten students will enter their second semester of the program in May 2006 and will graduate in
May, 2007. Graduating students are eligible to sit for the state Licensure Examination to receive
their Registered Nurse (R.N.) licenses.

The continuation program performance and budget period is July 1, 2006, to June 30, 2007. The
award will support the salaries and benefits of a Project Coordinator, Academic Advisor, and
Laboratory Assistant. The overall cost and funding request for this project is $127,688. The
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faculty and funding needed to complete this project is being provided jointly by SPC and
BayCare.

Under the grant continuation, SPC will provide curriculum, faculty and staff to support student
learning. SPC will also provide fiscal, personnel, and management services as required as well
as student assessment/remedial services, academic counseling/support services, student
tracking/reporting, and ESL instruction. Additionally, the College will assume responsibility for
the dissemination of information about the program model to adult education and family literacy
service providers throughout the State. BayCare Health Systems will develop and monitor
individual student learning plans, provide mentor/preceptor services, and ensure flexible work
scheduling to allow for class attendance. Additionally, BayCare will employ all RN graduates
upon completion at competitive wages. BayCare will contribute clinical space, personnel,
facilities, and equipment as required for programmatic success.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Dr. Carol C. Copenhaver, Senior Vice President for
Educational & Student Services; Dr. Sandra Pepicello; and Dr. John McCann, Director of Grants
recommend approval.

Attachment
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                       BOT/CABINET INFORMATION SUMMARY
                      GRANTS/RESTRICTED FUNDS CONTRACTS

Date of BOT Meeting:                                July 18, 2006

Funding Agency or Organization:                     Florida Department of Education, Division
                                                    of Community Colleges and Workforce
                                                    Education

Name of Competition:                                SUCCEED Florida – Jobs for Florida‘s
                                                    Future
                                                    (Year 2 Continuation)

SPC Application or Sub-Contract:                    Direct applicant

Grant’s Time Period (estimated)                     Start: 7/1/06 End: 6/30/07

Cabinet Member:                                     Carol Copenhaver
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Manager:                                           Sandra Pepicello (SPC)
                                                   Sandra Cassity (BayCare Health Systems)

FOCUS OF PROPOSAL This project will expand St. Petersburg College‘s (SPC‘s) Registered
Nurse program to help better meet local and statewide workforce needs for RNs in Pinellas,
Hillsborough, and Pasco counties. The project goal is to increase the number of RNs in the tri-
county area. The original project objectives were to enroll and graduate 36 lower wage
incumbent healthcare workers as RNs through SPC‘s RN Program by May 30, 2007.
Additionally, the project was to result in the creation of a RN training program model for
incumbent lower wage healthcare workers and LPNs. During the second year of the project,
twenty-two students will enter their third semester of the four semester A.S. Nursing degree
program in May 2006 and will graduate in December, 2006. Ten students will enter their second
semester of the program in May 2006 and will graduate in May, 2007. Graduating students are
eligible to sit for the state Licensure Examination to receive their Registered Nurse (R.N.)
licenses. The primary partners for this project are SPC, BayCare Health Systems, and the
workforce board serving Pinellas County. This grant proposal is for a 12-month period
continuation period commencing July 1, 2006, and continuing through June 30, 2007. The
funding expected for this period is reflected in this information summary below.

BUDGET FOR PROPOSAL
(Only Major categories—This is an estimated budget description based on expected funding and
services. Specific budget categories may vary as the funding amount and/or services change.)

                                    Personnel                                    $329,900

                                    Total                                        $329,900

FUNDING
Total proposal budget:
(includes amount requested from funder,
cash and in-kind matches listed below)             $329,900

Total amount from funder:                          $127,688

Amount/value of match:              Cash:       $202,212 for faculty salaries ($67,404 from
                                                SPC; $134,808 from Bay Care)

                                    In-kind:    SPC - Curriculum faculty and staff to support
                                                learning; fiscal, personnel, and management
                                                services as required as well as student
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                                      assessment/remedial services, academic
                                      counseling/support services, student
                                      tracking/reporting, and ESL instruction;
                                      responsibility for the dissemination of
                                      information about the program model to adult
                                      education and family literacy services providers
                                      throughout the State.

                                      BayCare – Contribute clinical space, personnel,
                                      facilities, and equipment as required for
                                      programmatic success; develop and monitor
                                      individual student learning plans, provide
                                      mentor/preceptor services, and ensure flexible
                                      work scheduling to allow for class attendance;
                                      will employ all RN graduates upon completion
                                      at competitive wages.

Required match or cost sharing:          No X                   Yes
Voluntary match or cost sharing:         No                     Yes X

Source of match/cost sharing:            SPC Community College Program Fund
                                         BayCare Health Systems

RECOVERABLE BENEFITS BEYOND GRANT FOCUS (ABOVE)

Negotiated indirect cost                 N/A

(Fixed) administrative fee               N/A

Software/materials                       N/A

Equipment                                N/A

Services                                 N/A

Staff Training                           N/A

FTE                                      N/A

Other                                    N/A
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STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS AND INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES ADDRESSED

Strategic Direction: (List letter and topic.)   D.   Strengthen commitment to access,
                                                     equity and diversity.
Objective: (List numeral and content.)          1.   Provide special recruitment and
                                                     support programs that promote access
                                                     for under-prepared student
                                                     populations.
                                                5.   Expand the offerings of critical
                                                     healthcare programs to address
                                                     shortages of trained professionals in
                                                     these fields.
                                                I.   Expand Access to Bachelor‘s Degrees
                                                     and Graduate Degrees in Pinellas
                                                     County, particularly in Critical
                                                     Shortage Areas.
                                                1.   Implement Bachelor‘s degrees in
                                                     Education, Technology Management,
                                                     and Nursing.


                                                      Board Material Relating to
                                                      Agenda Item IX-I.2
                                                      Meeting: July 18, 2006


                                 BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                              ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

              Grants/Restricted Funds Contracts Amendment Item(s)

Confirmation/approval is sought with respect to the following grant/restricted
funds contract item(s) which were previously approved, but have been amended,
modified, extended and/or need additional clarification.
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    Agreement approved November 15, 2005 with the National Science
     Foundation (NSF) to receive funding in the amount of $846,998 under NSF‘s
     Medical Device Industry Education Consortium project. This item is to advise
     that the actual dollars awarded to SPC for this three-year project total
     $749,998. The total award will be divided over the project period as follows:
     $268,539 (Year 1), $281,470 (Year 2), and $199,989 (Year 3). The total
     award will be divided among three project partners as follows: $397,226
     (SPC), $202,626 (Anoka-Ramsey Community College), and $164,692
     (Edmonds Community College). All other terms of the Agreement will remain
     as previously advised. Department—Educational & Student Services

    Agreement approved May 23, 2006 with the University of Central Florida
     (UCF) to receive funding in the amount of $49,484 under UCF‘s Emergency
     Communication and Alert Equipment for State University System of Florida
     and Florida Community College Campuses project. This item is to clarify that
     this project is being funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to
     UCF and that the College will provide services to UCF through a sub-contract.
     This item is also to advise that the grant period is anticipated to commence
     June 1, 2006 and continue through December 2006. In addition, the actual
     dollars awarded to SPC for this project will be $44,500. All other terms of the
     sub-contract will remain as previously advised. Department—Educational &
     Student Services

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President and Dr. Carol C. Copenhaver, Senior Vice
President for Educational & Student Services recommend approval.

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06-166.       President Kuttler sought approval of Item IX-J, Fiscal Year 2005-2006 Budget
Amendments, now complete through June 30, 2006. He explained that this process is addressing
advice given by the state auditors and stated that guidelines would soon be brought back to the
Board. Mr. Burke moved approval of Item IX-J, and accepted information provided in Items IX-
K, Alert on Federal Guidelines for Financial Aid and Grades, and IX-L, Update on
Recommendation to Implement Electronic Resources User Fee. Mrs. Bilirakis seconded the
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motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons
voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.

                Information regarding these items is as follows (supporting documentation for
Item IX-J is included as Attachment B – 06-166):

                                                                                       Board Material Relating to
                                                                                       Agenda Item IXJ
                                                                                       Meeting: July 18, 2006

                                             BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                          ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

                                   Fiscal Year 2005-2006 Budget Amendments

Approval is sought for fiscal year 2005-2006 budget amendments, as listed in Attachment 2,
pursuant to State Board of Education Rule 6A-14.0716 and corrective actions to possible operational
audit comments for fiscal year 2005-2006. Attachment 2 represents remaining fiscal year-to-date 2006
budget amendment #617 - #1425 for Funds 10, 12, 16 and 17. Budget Amendment #01  #609 for Funds
10, 12, 16 and 17 were presented to and approved by the Board at the June 20, 2006 Board Meeting.

A summary of the total changes and net changes for all budget amendments year-to-date for Funds 10,
12, 16, and 17 are presented below. State Board of Education Rule 6A-14.0716 does not require the
Board approval for budget amendments to restricted funds.

                                                                      Budget Amendment Amounts
Budget Amendment
  # and Changes         Revenue                Personnel                  Current Expense             Capital  Total
                   Increase   Decrease    Increase   Decrease    Increase   Decrease   Increase   Decrease   Increase Total Decrease
      1-610          $142,835       $340 $12,170,828 $12,226,508 $1,896,131 $3,295,002 $2,543,489   $572,843 $16,753,284 $16,094,694
    617-1425         $176,478          $0 $2,186,864 $3,113,976 $4,169,164 $3,261,646 $1,708,735    $496,380 $8,241,240    $6,872,002
    Total Changes:   $319,313       $340 $14,357,692 $15,340,484 $6,065,295 $6,556,648 $4,252,224 $1,069,223 $24,994,524 $22,966,696
    Net Changes:   $318,973                                $982,792                   $491,353 $3,183,001       $2,027,828

The net change increases in revenues of $318,973 were driven primarily by additional revenue
recognition in facilities rentals, the Criminal Justice Academy, the collaborative labs and EpiCenter
Administration, and video production services. These previously unrecognized revenues off-set
corresponding increases in related expenses. The net change decrease of $982,792 in personnel expenses
was driven largely by initial budget load budget amendments and data entry and account balance
adjustments; i.e., adjustments to reduce adjunct faculty budgets and to correct student assistant budget.
The net change decrease of $491,353 in current expenses was driven largely by transfers from current
expense accounts, including lab fee accounts, to capital accounts within budget supervisor organizational
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units. The net decrease in current expenses was partially off-set by increases from current expense
reserve accounts and expenses related to recognition of anticipated revenues for departments such as
Corporate Training. The net change increase in capital of $3,183,001 and in the Total Increase of
$2,027,828 were driven primarily by transfers from the collegewide Yellowsheet capital reserve,
transfers from lab fee current expense to lab fee capital, and transfers from prior-year lab fee reserves to
current year department budgets for lab fee spend-down consistent with auditor recommendations.

As indicated during the June 20, 2006 Board meeting, staff will continue to work through the Council of
Business Affairs (COBA) and the Council of Presidents (COP) for the option to allow the Board to
delegate the approval of these budget amendments to the College President, or his designee.

Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President; Conferlete Carney, Vice President for Information Systems, Business
Services, Planning & Budgeting; Tom Saban, Associate Vice President for Planning & Budgeting and
Institutional Research; and Theresa Furnas, Associate Vice President for Financial & Business Services
recommend approval.

Attachments

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                                                                                   Attachment 1


                         GUIDELINES FOR READING ATTACHMENT 2


     1) Transfers Within General Ledger Codes – In general, St. Petersburg College budgets new
        funds at the ―control level‖ of the General Ledger Codes. This means that current
        expense funds (GL Codes 6XXXXX) are budgeted at the control level of 600000. As
        college operational needs are identified, funds are then moved from the control level to
        the specific, applicable detailed GL Code. In Attachment 2, budget amendments of this
        type would show an increase and decrease to the same Fund-Department-Location.

     2) Transfers Between General Ledger Codes – These are budget amendments to move
        approved budgeted dollars among the 5XXXXX, 6XXXXX, and 7XXXXX GL Codes.
        Examples might be to move budgeted personnel dollars from 5XXXXX to 6XXXXX to
        cover temporary help or technical consulting services. Another example would be to
        transfer dollars from equipment capital 7XXXXX to Current Expense 6XXXXX to cover
        the cost of technology software.

     3) Transfers Between Organizational Units – Over the past few years, there have been
        efforts to move dollars from district office organizational units (i.e. departmental cost
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      centers) to campus organizational units. An example is the transfer of budget from Dr.
      Copenhaver‘s cost center to the Campus Provost cost centers. Another example would be
      to transfer approved base budget from one cost center of a budget supervisor to another
      cost center of the same budget supervisor.

   4) Year-end Closing Transfers – These transfers are sometimes made from central reserve
      accounts or organizational units with surpluses to other organizational units to promote
      the efficient closing of the college books at year-end.

                                                         Board Material Relating to
                                                         Agenda Item IX-K
                                                         Meeting: July 18, 2006



                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                           ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

           Alert on Federal Guidelines for Financial Aid and Grades

Pursuant to Federal Guidelines related to – Return to Title IV HEA Funds
(Official Withdrawals) – CFDA Nos. 84.032 FFEL and 84.063 PELL, the College
must clearly begin to distinguish official and unofficial withdrawals by students
from courses. In addition, state audits are reviewing more closely, college policies
related to the award and disbursement of financial aid and refunds for over award.

In an effort to address this issue, this is to advise the Board that the
administration, in cooperation with faculty leadership, will process a rule change
to implement a ‗WF‘ grade within the College grading system. That grade would
clearly identify two categories of students for academic and federal financial aid
purposes: (a) a student who violates the attendance policy of a class after the
voluntary withdrawal date in a term, and (b) a student in his/her third attempt in a
course who violates the class attendance policy at any time during the term. This
enrollment status change is instructor-initiated as a result of a published
attendance policy and has the academic effect of a failing grade (F).
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This information is provided by Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President, Mr. Willie B.
Felton, Acting Vice President, Educational & Student Services and Dr. Martyn
Clay, Vice President, Educational & Student Services.

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                                                   Board Material Relating to
                                                   Agenda Item IX-L
                                                   Meeting: July 18, 2006



                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                        ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE

   Update on Recommendation to Implement Electronic Resources User Fee

At the May 23, 2006 Board of Trustees‘ Budget Workshop the President brought
to the Board a tentative recommendation for an electronic resources user fee of $1
per credit hour to students. At that time, the Board expressed preliminary
agreement to move ahead with implementing the formal rule-making process for
the user fee.

After further review relating to the proposed electronic user fee, it was determined
that the electronic user fee would not be implemented at this time. This memo
serves as notification to the Board that the electronic user fee of $1 per credit
hour to students that was discussed at the Budget Workshop is no longer in
process.

This information is provided by Dr. Carl M. Kuttler, Jr., President and Mr.
Conferlete Carney, Vice President, Information Systems, Business Services,
Planning and Budgeting.

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06-167.       The chairman opened the meeting for other business, including items of interest
from the Board members.

                 Chairman Keene addressed the results of the President‘s 2005-2006 Evaluation,
commenting on the outstanding ratings. Mr. Johnston moved approval of the President‘s
Evaluation. Mr. Burke seconded the motion.
                 Mr. Burke commented on President Kuttler‘s excellent leadership, complimenting
him on keeping the Board informed of staff changes taking place at the College and those that
will take place in future transitions. He added that one of the president‘s major challenges is
filling these key positions and expressed appreciation to him for seeking people in each area who
would be best for the campus. He said he is pleased that many of these positions are being filled
by promotions from within. Mr. Burke noted that another major challenge for the president is the
political situation anticipated for this time next year and the continued status of education as a
priority. He said the Board needs to be responsive to the opportunity to position SPC for
changing leadership both in the state and locally.
                 Mr. Johnston commented on his full faith in President Kuttler to make things
happen and expressed a desire to see him serve in this position for as long as he desires. Mrs.
Bilirakis agreed with comments shared by other trustees and added that SPC is known worldwide
because of President Kuttler‘s leadership. Mr. Gibbons commended the president on his ability
to find intellectual capital and property in the staff he employs.
                 Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr.
Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.
                 President Kuttler responded to comments shared and expressed deep appreciation
to his colleagues, past and present, giving them great credit for his review. He stated it is a
privilege to serve for and alongside a Board that is second to none.

                 Information regarding this item is as follows:

                                         ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE
                                             Evaluation of President
                                          July 2005 through June 2006



COMPOSITE REPORT                                         RATING                   INDICATE WITH ―X‖ AS
Including responses from                         (place ―X‖ in appropriate column)      APPROPRIATE_______
Evelyn Bilirakis, Ken Burke, Dick Johnston,     ___Related comments can be footnoted on last page of evaluation.
Susan Jones, and Cecil Keene                                        Insuffi-    Outstanding       Area in which
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                                                                 Needs    cient   area of ability   trustee requests
                 FACTOR                                Satis-    Improve- Know-   that should be    appointment to
A. Leadership                                          factory   ment     ledge   utilized when-    share experience
                                                                                  ever possible     or observation
   1.   Identifies and analyzes problems and
        issues confronting the college.               XXXXX                       XXXX

   2.   Identifies potential areas of conflict.       XXXXX                       XXX

   3.   Engenders confidence as an educational
        leader.                                       XXXXX                       XXX

   4.   Incorporates the ideas of others in the
        decision-making process.                      XXXX                        XX

   5.   Able to initiate new ideas and change.        XXXXX                       XXXXX

   6.   Able to handle crises.                        XXXXX                       XXXX

   7.   Able to communicate and implement
        decisions.                                    XXXXX                       XXXXX

   8.   Fosters a high level of credibility in the
        community.                                    XXXXX                       XXXX

   9.   Exhibits a knowledge and understanding of
        a comprehensive community college.        XXXXX                           XXXX

   10. Demonstrates a leadership style that
       inspires others.                               XXXXX                       XXXX

   11. Demonstrates vision with respect to the
       future of the institution.                     XXXXX                       XXXXX

B. Personnel

   1.   Has a good working relationship with the
        internal college family.                      XXXXX                       XXXX

   2.   Hires individuals whose abilities are well-
        suited to their positions.                    XXXXX                       XXXX

   3.   Delegates responsibility to appropriate staff. XXXXX                      XXX

   4.   Engenders the trust and confidence of staff. XXXXX                        XXX

   5.   Willing to make difficult personnel
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         decisions.                                    XXXXX                            XXX


                                                       _________________________________________________________
St. Petersburg College                                           RATING                     INDICATE WITH ―X‖ AS
Evaluation of President                                 (place ―X‖ in appropriate column)          APPROPRIATE_______
July 2005 through June 2006                            ___Related comments can be footnoted on last page of evaluation.
Page 2                                                                           Insuffi- Outstanding     Area in which
                                                                    Needs         cient   area of ability trustee requests
                  FACTOR                                 Satis-      Improve- Know-       that should be  appointment to
C. Fiscal Management                                     factory ment            ledge    utilized when-  share experience
                                                                                          ever possible   or observation
    1.   Has developed sound financial plans and
         has operated the college in a financially
         prudent manner.                               XXXXX                            XXX

    2.   Is concerned about audit criticism and is
         responsive to correcting deficient areas.     XXXXX                            XXX

D. Resource Management

    1.   Has provided library resources that
         adequately meet student needs.                XXXXX                            XX

    2.   Has created a financial aid program that is
         responsive to student needs and is fiscally
         sound.                                        XXXXX                            X

    3.   Adequately maintains college facilities and
         seeks needed funding for future construc-
         tion/renovation.                            XXXXX                              XXXX

    4.   Adequately provides for equipment needs.      XXXXX                            XX

E. Academic/Student Issues

    1.   Identifies, understands and implements the
         academic mission and goals of the college. XXXXX                               XX

    2.   Has adequately established, organized and
         operated curriculum and student services.     XXXXX                            XX

    3.   Is responsive and innovative with respect to
         changes in the community and in the
         delivery of educational services.            XXXXX                             XXXX
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    4.   Is concerned about and responsive to needs
         of the students.                           XXXXX                               XX

F. Board Relationship

    1.   Provides the Board with adequate informa-
         tion and makes sound recommendations.     XXXXX                                XXX

    2.   Properly performs duties of the Board on
         its behalf.                                XXXXX                               XXX


                                                    _________________________________________________________
St. Petersburg College                                        RATING                     INDICATE WITH ―X‖ AS
Evaluation of President                              (place ―X‖ in appropriate column)          APPROPRIATE_______
July 2005 through June 2006                         ___Related comments can be footnoted on last page of evaluation.
Page 3                                                                        Insuffi- Outstanding     Area in which
                                                                 Needs         cient   area of ability trustee requests
                  FACTOR                              Satis-      Improve- Know-       that should be  appointment to
F. Board Relationship (cont)                          factory ment            ledge    utilized when-  share experience
                                                                                       ever possible   or observation
    3.   Maintains proper balance with respect
         to bringing policy matters to the Board and
         retaining administrative matters without
         Board involvement.                          XXXXX                              XXX

G. External Relationships

    1.   Able to relate to and communicate with the
         people of Pinellas County.                 XXXXX                               XXXX

    2.   Skilled in meeting social obligations of
         the presidency.                            XXXXX                               XXX

    3.   Works well with direct support organiza-
         tions of the college.                      XXXXX                               XXXX

    4.   Communicates well with the media.          XXXXX                               XXXX




                                                             RATING                   INDICATE WITH ―X‖ AS
                                                    (place ―X‖ in appropriate column)       APPROPRIATE_______
                                                    ___Related comments can be footnoted on last page of evaluation.___
                                                                        Insuffi-    Outstanding       Area in which
                                                              Needs      cient      area of ability   trustee requests
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         STATUTORY FACTORS                           Satis-     Improve- Know-       that should be   appointment to
                                                     factory    ment     ledge       utilized when-   share experience
                                                                                     ever possible    or observation
Florida Statutes §1008.45(3) Community college
accountability process. Beginning January 1, 1993,
the boards of trustees shall address, within the annual
evaluation of the presidents, the achievement of the
performance goals established in the community
college accountability plan.                            XXXXX                        XXX

Florida Statutes §1012.86(3)(b) Community College
System equity accountability program. Community
college presidents shall be evaluated annually on
the progress made toward meeting the goals and
objectives of the equity update plan. Beginning
January 1994, community college boards of
trustees shall annually evaluate the performance of
the community college presidents in achieving the
annual and long-term goals and objectives.          XXXXX                            XXX




Date ___July 18, 2006_________             __________________________________________________
                                                  Chairman, Board of Trustees of St. Petersburg College*

*Signature on behalf of all Board members for composite response noted above.

            EVALUATION OF PRESIDENT CARL M. KUTTLER, JR.
                     JULY 1, 2005 – JUNE 30, 2006

COMMENTS:
Bilirakis:
Dr. Kuttler continues to be an outstanding leader. He, in my mind, is the best president that a
college is fortunate to have. He is surrounded by good staff and is able to delegate to them. He
also works well with the Board of Trustees. He is highly respected in the community and by the
Governor and state legislators. The college is highly respected throughout the County because of
his leadership.


Burke:
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Dr. Kuttler continues to provide outstanding leadership for St. Petersburg College. He is
particularly adept at keeping the college on the cutting edge. He is always looking at ways to
advance the college‘s mission.

Dr. Kuttler possesses the following attributes in relation to his leadership of the college: He
maintains excellent relationships with business and political leaders of the county. He seizes
opportunities for citizens to financially support the college. He communicates the vision of the
college well to both the internal and external college family. He ensures the college‘s financial
house is strong and plans for the long term. He provides excellent representation for the college
with state and federal officials. He communicates well with the Board.

This past year and this upcoming year will provide the additional challenge of a significant
change in the administration of the college with many long-term staff members retiring. Dr.
Kuttler will need to continue to devote considerable attention to attracting and selecting
outstanding and visionary leaders to fill these positions. They will provide the next generation of
leadership for the college.

Dr. Kuttler is to be commended for his commitment and dedication to St. Petersburg College.
The college is well served by his dynamic leadership.


Johnston:
A. Leadership

Dr. Kuttler is constantly planning and taking the College into new and higher endeavors to better serve
the citizens of our area. Dr. Kuttler has positioned the College in a leadership role among other
educational institutions, not only in our area, but throughout this Country and internationally. His
leadership has accelerated the four-year program. He is continually introducing new ideas that keep the
College on the cutting edge of delivering education.

Dr. Kuttler is well recognized and respected as a leader not only in our local community, but also
throughout the State of Florida, the United States and internationally.

Dr. Kuttler is an outstanding president and educator. His leadership skills enhance his abilities to work
well with the Governor, our State Legislature, and our Local and Federal officials. He has been able to
expand the role and mission of our College to increase service to the citizens of our area.

Under Dr. Kuttler’s leadership, the College has continued its tradition of providing quality educational
opportunities to a diverse student population.

Dr. Kuttler is able to anticipate issues and conflicts before they happen, which has served the College
well. He maintains an excellent relationship with faculty, staff and the Board.
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Under Dr. Kuttler’s leadership, we have a very good working relationship with other institutions in our
area.

Dr. Kuttler’s performance has been exceptional. Under his leadership, St. Petersburg College is meeting
its goal of providing quality educational opportunities to a diverse student body. The implementation of
technology, commitment to equal educational opportunity, and the responsiveness to community needs
(i.e., the need for four-year degree opportunities in Pinellas) are shining examples of his skilled
implementation of the Board of Trustees’ vision.

In my opinion, Dr. Kuttler has made SPC one of the best community colleges in the country.

B. Personnel

Dr. Kuttler surrounds himself with highly-qualified staff members who do a commendable job. Several
of his staff have gone on to being college presidents themselves. It will be a challenge for him to replace
this quality of staff with all the current retirements.

C. Fiscal Management

Dr. Kuttler is an excellent manager of college financial resources. He has provided excellent leadership
in providing the College with grants to supplement the College’s mission. I have never known an
individual who was so capable of obtaining financial resources for maintaining and expanding the
College.

St. Petersburg College soundly manages its finances through Dr. Kuttler’s leadership. He not only
ensures that state audit reports are favorable, but he also plans for the future financial needs of the
College.

Dr. Kuttler has done an excellent job in fundraising in our community.

D. Resource Management

Dr. Kuttler has provided leadership in obtaining the funds to maintain the College’s older facilities so
they are in first-rate condition.

E. Academic/Student Issues

Dr. Kuttler is very responsive to students and the community’s educational needs.

F. Board Relationships

Dr. Kuttler works very well with the trustees and makes sure Board members are kept informed and
involved in the College’s mission.
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He goes the extra mile in relating and responding to Board concerns and needs.

Dr. Kuttler works exceptionally well with the Board. He respects our concerns and the resources we
bring to the College. He provides the support to the Board to enable us to fulfill our role.

G. External Relationships

Dr. Kuttler has the respect of local, state and federal governmental leaders. Our community’s leadership
responds well to him. He also has the respect of other state community college presidents.

Dr. Kuttler is a superb lobbyist for the College.


Jones:
Serving on the Board of Trustees for the past six years has enabled me to observe and work with
Dr. Kuttler in a variety of situations. I have learned a great deal from Dr. Kuttler. I have also
been inspired by him. His passion for his work is unparalleled. I have also seen him fine-tune
his skills in working with a very diverse and active Board. While this on occasion challenged
him, Dr. Kuttler responded to our requests for information and further analysis, and as a result,
the Board was able to make more informed decisions for the good of the entire college
community.

It goes without saying that Dr. Kuttler is a leader among his peers. He is recognized both
nationally and internationally for his visionary approach to higher education and his ability to
drive implementation of new innovative programs. His responsiveness to community needs is
exemplary, almost to a fault. While being responsive is a critical success factor for any college, I
would caution that one college should not attempt to be ―all things to all constituents‖ or it may
risk jeopardizing the quality and integrity of the institution. The appeal of available funding for
new programs must be tempered with alignment of those proposed new programs with the
college‘s mission and existing commitments.

Dr. Kuttler has expanded his and SPC‘s standing in the community as the Board suggested, and
he should be commended for making that a priority.

Dr. Kuttler has established a number of unique relationships with educators and political leaders
at the national level and overseas. These relationships may be leveraged to advance the college‘s
mission. Direct linkage to a defined strategy or current year objective is suggested in order to
enable the broad college population to see the value in further development of those
relationships.

Dr. Kuttler is an exemplary college president.

I am grateful for the opportunity to have served the college and to have worked closely with one
of the true leaders in higher education.
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Keene:
Dr. Kuttler‘s success, knowledge and total leadership ability make him exceptional in the
outstanding growth of St. Petersburg College in Florida and regional education.


06-168.         In compliance with Section 1001.61(4), Florida Statutes, President Kuttler
assumed the role of Board chair for the purpose of conducting the required annual organizational
meeting. He sought nominations of chairman to serve during FY 2006/2007.
                Mr. Burke first commented on the past year‘s service of Chairman Keene. He
paid tribute to Mr. Keene for very ably serving as Chairman, for making education his entire life
and for all the lives touched. He said Mr. Keene is a role model in education, as well as a war
hero, who has brought much honor to this Board of Trustees through his reputation and respect.
Mr. Johnston added that Mr. Keene has shown his personality and warmth. Mrs. Bilirakis
commented on her long-time friendship with Mr. Keene and his able service as Chairman of the
Board. Mr. Gibbons added his pleasure of serving alongside Mr. Keene on this Board and his
well-known reputation. Chairman Keene received the applause of those present.
                Mr. Burke then nominated Mrs. Bilirakis to serve as the Board chairman and
made a motion accordingly. Mr. Johnston seconded the nomination. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr.
Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye.
Motion carried.

              The gavel then changed hands from Mr. Keene to Mrs. Bilirakis.


06-169.       Chairman Bilirakis then sought nominations for vice chairman to serve during FY
2006/2007. Mr. Burke nominated Mr. Johnston to serve as the Board‘s vice chairman and made
a motion accordingly. Mr. Keene seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston
voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion
carried.


06-170.       Chairman Bilirakis sought a motion to establish the day, time and location of the
2006/2007 regular Board meetings. Mr. Burke recommended the Board continue holding its
regular meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m., with the primary location
being the EpiCenter District Office Conference Room, unless designated otherwise, and made a
motion accordingly. Mr. Johnston seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston
voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion
carried.
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06-171.        The chairman sought a motion for alternate dates for Board meetings as deemed
necessary in the case of inclement weather necessitating emergency closing of the College. Mr.
Burke made a motion that the alternate date be a week later than the scheduled meeting. Mr.
Johnston seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis
voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.


06-172.        The Board agreed to reschedule its Tuesday, Sept. 19 Board meeting to Monday,
Sept. 18, 2006, due to a schedule conflict for Mrs. Bilirakis. Mr. Burke moved approval. Mr.
Johnston seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis
voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.


06-173.        Board members discussed representation on the College‘s Direct-Support
Organization boards for 2006/2007. Mr. Burke, Mr. Keene and Mrs. Bilirakis agreed to continue
serving on the DSO boards, those being Alumni Association, Foundation and Leepa-Rattner
Museum of Art, respectively. Mr. Johnston made a motion to accept the continued service of
those currently in these positions. Mr. Gibbons seconded the motion. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr.
Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr. Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye.
Motion carried.


06-174.        President Kuttler reported on recent Guatemalan activities and opportunities. He
noted that one of Guatemala‘s premier universities, Galileo University, desires to present him
with an honorary degree, which he would accept on behalf of what St. Petersburg College is
doing in partnership with them. He sought authorization to travel to Guatemala for the ceremony
to receive this honorary degree and agreed to reimburse the College as the Board deems
necessary. He said the university would like representation from both the Board and the College
and stated he has asked Dr. Jim Olliver, Seminole Campus provost, and Mr. Brock to go.
               Chairman Bilirakis sought a motion to allow the president and his selected staff to
go to Guatemala for this opportunity. Mr. Keene moved approval. Mr. Gibbons seconded the
motion. Mr. Burke commented that this is a wonderful recognition for the College, and many
opportunities exist with this group. Mr. Johnston stated he is willing to go as the Board
representative in that he has a close contact with the incoming head commercial officer in
Guatemala City. Mr. Burke voted aye; Mr. Johnston voted aye; Mrs. Bilirakis voted aye; Mr.
Gibbons voted aye; and Mr. Keene voted aye. Motion carried.
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06-175.      Chairman Bilirakis welcomed Mr. Gibbons to the Board.


06-176.       Having no further business to come before the Board, Chairman Bilirakis
adjourned the meeting at 11:38 a.m.




      Carl M. Kuttler, Jr.                                 Evelyn M. Bilirakis

Secretary, Board of Trustees                   Chairman, Board of Trustees
St. Petersburg College                         St. Petersburg College
FLORIDA                                        FLORIDA

								
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