SCCC board of trustees meet to discuss state of school life

Aylin Gomez, Reporter

On Oct. 3 at 7:30 P.M. the SCCC board of trustees met to discuss problems and give out information about the current state of life on campus. Dennis Mulanax, SCCC director of safety, started off discussing school IDs saying that 85 percent of students are being compliant with having their student ID with them at all times.

Mulanax also stated that they are having minor challenges with the parking permits but the process is running smoothly overall. This is the last week for all students to get their parking permits or they will be charged a $50 fee if they don’t have a parking permit. Security is also getting more portable speed bumps due to reports of people speeding.

Other matters of business include:
– There are currently six job positions open.
– Janeth Vazquez is a new academic advisor at SCCC.
– All faculty should get paid on certain holidays, campus will close down and they will get about 3 days off.
– A new dynamic website will go live Oct 7th.
– Enrollment lost 13 percent of returning students.
– Possible remodeling of eating areas in the Student Union and Tech school buildings with the help of Great Western Dining.