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SC CHE Agenda May 2000

SC CHE Agenda May 2000



1333 Main Street, Suite 200

Columbia, SC29201


May4 2000


10:30 a.m.




1.     Introductions


2.     Approval of Minutes- Mr. A. Gilbert


3.     Committee Reports


3.01    Report of the Executive Committee

(No Report)


3.02    Report of the Committee on Academic Affairs

and Licensing- Ms. D. Chinnes

A.Consideration of Program Proposals:


1.A.I.T., Diesel Technology,Florence-Darlington Tech (new)

2.A.H.S.,Respiratory Care, Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech (new)

3.A.Bus., Funeral Services, Piedmont Tech (new)

4.A.H.S., Respiratory Care, Tri-County Tech (new)

5.A.P.S., Human Services, Trident Tech (new)

6.M.A., Psychology, USC-Columbia (new)

7.M.M., Conducting, Winthrop (new)


B.Consideration of Request for Amendment of License for ITTTechnical Institute, Greenville


A.A.S., Information Technology(Computer Network Systems, Multimedia, Software

Applications and Programming, and WebDevelopment)


C.     Consideration of Request forInitial License for Miller - Motte Business College,Clarksville, TN

A.A.S., Accounting

A.A.S., Business Management

A.A.S., Medical Assisting

A.A.S., MicrocomputerApplications with concentrations in Microcomputer

Applications Assistant and SystemsNetwork Engineer


D.Consideration of Follow-up Reports to CHEConsultants' Evaluations


1.Life Sciences

2.Physical Sciences


E.Consideration of Guidelines for Eisenhower ProfessionalDevelopment Competitive Grants Program, Project Year 2000-01


F.      Consideration of Guidelinesfor Centers of Excellence Competitive Grants Program FY 2001-02


3.03    Report of Committee on Access & Equity and

Student Services- Ms. S. Cole

(No Report)

3.04    Report of Committee on Finance and Facilities- Ms. R. Byerly


A.Interim Facilities Projects:


1.     Clemson Univ. -Athletic Facility Constr./Renov.

Incr./Rev. Scope$1,000,000


2.USC-Columbia-EngineeringShop Bldg. Constr.Establish800,000


3.Spartanburg TC-StudentLife Bldg. Incr./Rev.Scope850,000


4.USC Columbia-StromThurmond Fitness and Wellness


$ 2,650,000


B.Annual Permanent ImprovementPlans (APIP) 2000-2001:


1. Coastal Carolina:

Science Center Addition/RenovationAdd/Renovate27,700,000

Multi-purpose Athletic FacilityNewConstruction6,000,000

Singleton Bldg. RenovationRenovation 5,350,000

Waites Island Research FacilityNewConstruction1,500,000


2. Francis Marion:

Sch. of Ed./Sch. of Business Bldg.New Construction8,500,000


3. Medical University:

Psychiatric Inst. Mech. Sys. Renovate.Repair/Replacement1,300,000

4. SC State:Lowman Hall RenovationsAdd/Renovation9,500,000


5. USC-Columbia:

Housing Facilities Code ComplianceRenovation3,000,000

Bates House RenovationRenovation2,050,000

Nursing 125, 127 RenovationRenovation650,000

Bus. Admin. 002, 003, 008 Renov.Renovation1,275,000


6. USC-School of Medicine:

SOM-Animal Resource FacilityRenovation1,625,000


7. Aiken TC:

Health and Sciences BuildingNew Construction6,658,250


8. Horry-Georgetown TC –Grand Strand Campus:

Officer's Club RenovationRenovation1,927,650



B.     InformationReport: Report of Status of Life Safety Issues, 2000


C.     PreliminaryReport on the Validation Study of the MRR by MGT


E.Report onSREB Funding Study – presented by Rayburn Barton and Joe Marks (SREB)



3.05Report of Committee on Planning, Assessment

and Performance Funding-Mr. Dalton Floyd

A.Consideration of Performance Ratings for 1999-2000


B. Consideration of DataVerification Reports


1. The Citadel


2. Francis MarionUniversity


3. Chesterfield MarlboroTechnical College


4. Tri-County TechnicalCollege


5. WilliamsburgTechnical College


4.     Report of the ExecutiveDirector


¨     Legislative Update

¨     Association of Governing Boards’ Conference onTrusteeship May 8



5.Other Business