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Coffee Talk Nov 9, 2018 Action Items

The monitors are still viewable in Komatke B and C. The design has changed and has a new look.

There is potential to offer as a Community Education class. The coordinator of Community Education is currently looking into it as a summer option. Check out the Community Education site for the latest information and class listing.

EMCC College Police try to have at least two (2) Police Officers on shift at all times.  EMCC also has the luxury of having the Avondale Police Department substation on our campus for assistance if needed.

Currently we do not have required training for faculty regarding mental health. We are looking into options of opportunities that we can provide for faculty and staff to be more knowledgeable about this topic. 

Check out the Dean of Students site to gain more information regarding code of conduct policies and procedures.

There has been a lot of movement in the last month from APS. Tesla Solar City is very hopeful they will be able to have the system up and running first of December 2018.

EMCC Applauds Governing Board Approval of $31,000,000 Campus Expansion Project

Kathleen – referred to Student Life to plan a joint campus event (e.g. First Fridays art exhibit and music fest) as well as contact Jimmy Fike

The Computer Commons will look into changing the time blocks for study room reservations.  The staff tries to be very accommodating. If students want a time that is less than 1 hour, they can speak to staff who can go into the system and reserve a room based on availability. If students request additional time, staff can also help arrange this based on availability.  Current reservation time blocks are 1 hour, 1.5 hours, and 2 hours. The Commons will explore impact on adding 0.5 hour, 2.5 hours, and 3-hour blocks. Longer periods will decrease the number of reservations.

This fall the Commons lost 1 study room which was a result of Honors & PTK moving to EST Hall.  The rooms are reserved approximately 70% of the time.