April 16, 2021 at 9:00 AM - Regular Board Meeting

Agenda
I. ANNOUNCEMENT OF FILING MEETING NOTICE AND POSTING OF THE AGENDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OPEN MEETING ACT
II. CALL TO ORDER AND REGENTS' ROLL CALL
II.A. EXCUSE ABSENT REGENTS
II.B. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS
III. CHAIR'S REPORT - Regent Susan Winchester
IV. CONSENT DOCKET
IV.A. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS
IV.A.1. Approval of Minutes of Special Meeting, February 24-25, 2021
IV.A.2. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting, February 26, 2021
IV.A.3. Approval of Minutes of Special Meeting, March 3, 2021
IV.B. EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE COMMITTEE REPORT - Chair, Amy Anne Ford
IV.B.1. Southwestern Oklahoma State University
IV.B.1.1. M Ed in Education Parks and Recreation Management (064) - NRM 4852 to 3 credit hour
IV.B.1.2. BS Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement (146) - NRM 4852 to 3 credit hour
IV.B.1.3. BS Parks and Recreation Management (049) - NRM 4852 to 3 credit hour
IV.B.1.4. BA Chemistry (013) - Add course to elective list
IV.B.1.5. BAE English Education (019) - course name change ENGL 4673
IV.B.1.6. BAE Art Education (008) - replacing one professional course
IV.B.1.7. BFA Graphic Design (007) - unbolding courses in list
IV.B.2. University of Central Oklahoma
IV.B.2.1. New Program
IV.B.2.1.1. First Professional Education Specialist, School Psychology
IV.B.2.2. Option Deletion
IV.B.2.2.1. M.A. in School Psychology (Do not delete unless new Ed.S. in School Psychology is approved)
IV.B.2.3. Letter of Intent
IV.B.2.3.1. M.S. in Data Science (traditional delivery)
IV.B.3. East Central Univeristy
IV.B.3.1. Option Deletion
IV.B.3.1.1. Communication and Performance Studies: Communication Studies (0451)
IV.B.3.2. Program Name Change
IV.B.3.2.1. Communication and Performance Studies (045)
IV.B.3.3. Program Requirement Changes
IV.B.3.3.1. Theatre: Theatre (0452)
IV.B.3.3.2. Theatre: Musical Theatre (0454)
IV.B.3.3.3. Mass Communication: Advertising/Public Relations (0493)
IV.B.3.3.4. Mass Communication: Media Production (0494)
IV.B.3.3.5. Master of Management in Management (102)
IV.B.3.4. Option Addition
IV.B.3.4.1. Mass Communication: Strategic Communication (0495)
IV.B.4. Southeastern Oklahoma State University
IV.B.4.1. Program Modification Request
IV.B.4.1.1. Master of Business Administration (075) – Delete the Hospitality Management concentration; switch out classes in the Aerospace Logistics and Marketing concentrations; delete courses and replace with new courses in the Accounting and the Human Resource concentrations. Three new courses added to inventory.  Two courses deleted from inventory.  No change in total hours.
IV.B.5. Northwestern Oklahoma State University
IV.B.5.1. Reports
IV.B.5.1.1. Action by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) - Commission on Accreditation – continuing accreditation granted to Northwestern’s baccalaureate and master’s programs in social work.  The accreditation status is effective between February 2021 and February 2029.
IV.B.5.1.2. Action by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing (OBN) – Education Informal Disposition Panel – after receiving supporting data pertaining to Northwestern’s first graduating DNP class, the Board moved to grant Full Approval status for Northwestern’s BSN to DNP, Family Nurse Practitioner Program.
V. REPORT OF RUSO COMMITTEE PROCEEDINGS
V.A. FACILITIES STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE REPORT - Chair, Regent Connie Reilly
V.A.1. Northeastern State University
V.A.1.1. Report
V.A.1.1.1. Damage from Winter Weather and Energy Blackouts

As reported at the February 26 meeting, due to an extended period of freezing winter weather and rolling energy blackouts from February 15 – 19, NSU had domestic pipes, fire suppression, and other systems to freeze and burst on the three campuses. Water damage occurred primarily in Cobb Hall (Auxiliary Housing) and the Broken Arrow Annex.  In total, fourteen locations experienced water damage.  NSU’s emergency response efforts were conducted in consortium with OMES Risk Management. The remediation process required us to remove ceiling tiles, carpet and sheetrock through several of the affected areas.  Elements to restore those areas will be bid in accordance with the applicable competitive bidding laws.

The property deductible for NSU is $200,000 per occurrence. All fourteen of the affected locations/buildings will be considered as a single occurrence for insurance purposes. Estimated remediation and restoration totals could exceed $1 million. Although our part is $200,000, there may be instances where NSU will pay approved invoices and be reimbursed for related expenses exceeding our deductible.
V.A.1.2. Informational Items:
V.A.1.2.1. Project #485-0073 - College of Business and Technology Finance Lab

Project Description: Installation of a Finance Lab including Stock Trak simulation and tickers

Requested Funding Approval: $70,000

Budget Breakdown: Renovation/Repairs

Congruent with Facility Master Plans or Strategic Plans:  Yes

Revenue Source(s):  Donated Funds
V.A.1.2.2. Project #485-0073 - Center for Teaching and Learning Renovation

Project Description:  Build a new space inside the library to house the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Requested Funding Approval: $85,000

Budget Breakdown: Renovation

Congruent with Facility Master Plans or Strategic Plans:  Yes

Revenue Source(s): 295 Fund
V.A.2. Southwestern Oklahoma State University
V.A.2.1. Project: Purchase of the Cedar Canyon facility, located at Crowder Lake

Project Description:  Request approval to purchase land (40 acres) and building (approximately 10,232 square feet) currently owned by the SWOSU Foundation.  This property is located next to Crowder Lake University Park where SWOSU offers classes in sailing, wilderness survival, archery.  The Wildland Fire Management students train in firefighting methods and rescue operations. Purchase of this building would allow the expanding Parks and Recreation Department to offer Law Enforcement and other related training options.

Requested Funding Approval: Requesting $500,000

Congruent with Capital Master Plan: Yes

Revenue Sources:  Auxiliary funds and from sale of other property listed below.
V.A.2.2. Project: Sale of Foss Lake Facility

Project Description:  Request approval to sell to another state agency, or sell at public auction, the Foss Lake Facility which contains 17.432 acres of land and has three buildings.  The main building is approximately 10,000 square feet and is compliant with current fire and safety codes.  Another building is approximately 1,200 square feet and needs renovation; the last building is about 900 square feet and is a garage storage facility.  This was used as a juvenile detention center for many years but is currently vacant. An official appraisal is in process.

Congruent with Capital Master Plan: Yes

Revenue Sources: Not applicable
V.A.2.3. Project: Sale of Lawton facility

Project Description:  Request approval to sell at public auction, a building located at 824 SE Second Street, Lawton, Oklahoma. The site has approximately 27,720 square feet or .64 acres of land. The building is one story containing a total of 11,960 square feet.  SWOSU purchased this facility in 2013 to operate a residential juvenile facility.  SWOSU ceased operating the facility in 2015 and leased it to another operator.  An official appraisal is in process.

Congruent with Capital Master Plan: Yes

Revenue Sources: Not applicable
V.A.3. University of Central Oklahoma
V.A.3.1. Approval Items:
V.A.3.1.1. Annual Campus Capital Master Plan

Request approval of the annual campus capital master plan for fiscal year 2022 capital improvement projects. Approved plan will be forwarded in June 2021 to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and State Long-Range Planning Commission. Refer to the attached Long-Range Capital Planning Commission Agency Summary by Priority for Fiscal Years 2023 through 2027.
V.A.3.2. Information Items:
V.A.3.2.1. Project # 120-1090 New Dining Center

Project Description:  Change order #10 in the amount of $30,933 was issued to Lingo Construction Services, Inc. to include ductwork modification and an ONG refund.
V.A.3.2.2. Annual Renewals for On-Call Construction Manager(s) at
for Minor Projects


Annual renewals for the On-Call Construction Managers at Risk for Minor Projects for work not to exceed $1,000,000 per project (RUSO Board meeting April 12, 2019 and June 20, 2019) were sent March of 2021. The second of up to four one-year term renewals were sent to the following On-Call Construction Managers at Risk for Minor Projects:
  1. Lingo Construction Services, Inc.
  2. Lippert Bros. Construction, Inc.
  3. Hall Construction, Inc.
V.A.4. East Central Univeristy
V.A.4.1. University Center Renovation Alternate (230-0071)

Project Description:  Alternate in the amount of $314,131.73 to Piazza Construction, LLC for masonry wall removal, new finishes, and the addition of e-sports gaming lab.  This alternate will increase the contract to $1,671,406.07.

Budget Breakdown:  $314,131.73

Revenue Sources:  University Center Facility Fee Revenue

This item is for information purposes only as this project was approved 15 November 2019 at a total cost of $2,000,000.
V.A.4.2. University Center Renovation Change Order #1 (230-0071)

Project Description:  Approve change order #2 in the amount of ($19,252.26) to Piazza Construction, LLC for e-sports gaming lab changes to reduce change order #1.  This change order will decrease the contract to $1,652,153.81.

Budget Breakdown:  ($19,252.26)

Revenue Sources:  University Center Facility Fee Revenue
V.A.4.3. University Center Renovation Change Order #2 (230-0071)

Project Description:  Approve change order #3 in the amount of #118,150.00 to Piazza Construction, LLC for repairs and repurposing of racquetball courts due to flooding that occurred during construction.  This change order will increase the contract to $1,770,303.81.

Budget Breakdown:  $118,150.00

Revenue Sources:  Insurance Proceeds Revenue
V.A.5. Southeastern Oklahoma State University
V.A.5.1. Approval Items
V.A.5.1.1. 2021 Series Master Lease Projects

Request approval to enter into the Oklahoma Development Finance Authority 2021 Real Property Master Lease Program with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to patriciate in the two University projects listed below. 

For the two projects below, current projected annual debt payment amounts total about $450,000.  At the present time, annual master lease debt payments total about 1.8 million dollars.  Within 12 months, almost $800,000 in debt payments will be retired from the annual debt service payments.  Within 18 months, an additional $210,000 in annual master lease debt service payments will be end.  With this in mind it is important to note that even with this additional debt, future University debt service will decrease from current expense levels.

1.     Deferred Maintenance & Renovations

Project Description: Due to aging facilities and infrastructure, it has become necessary to accelerate key projects across both campuses.  This project will include upgrading HVAC systems to more energy-efficient systems, replacing and repairing several roofs, replacing exterior doors, updating 30-plus year-old IT wiring infrastructure, and repairs of parking lots, sidewalks, and streets across both campuses.  

Project Budget:    $5,700,000

Location of Project:    SOSU Main Campus – Durant, Oklahoma
    SOSU McCurtain County Campus – Idabel, Oklahoma

Project Number(s):     Congruent with Facilities Master Plan projects: 660-0804, 660-0800, 660-0891, 660-0558, 660-0805

Revenue Sources:    Appropriated Capital, Revolving Funds

Reimbursement:     The Bond Oversight Commission requires that each participating entity’s Governing Board approve their participation in the Oklahoma Development Finance Authority’s 20154 Equipment Master Lease Program and if funds are to be reimbursed by bond proceeds, a reimbursement resolution must be approved.

It is anticipated that certain expenses related to the project may be required to be paid by the University prior to the receipt of the bond proceeds.

Under Federal Guidelines, a reimbursement allocation is a designated use of bond proceeds to pay an expenditure which was previously paid from sources other than bond proceeds.  According to Internal Revenue Code, Section 1.150-2, certain preliminary original expenditures related to capital projects may be reimbursed from bond proceeds if the Board declares the intent to do so in a formal resolution.  This item will serve as the formal resolution for the reimbursement for this project.  

2.    Classroom Upgrades and Improvements

Project Description:     Program & enrollment growth along with aging facilities have created a situation where some learning spaces cannot be utilized efficiently.  Aging classroom space could potentially hinder the learning environment and growing enrollment.  Many spaces have not seen upgrades for several decades.  This project will renovate many of those learning spaces by adding new, high-efficiency LED lighting and new classroom furniture.  

Project Budget:    $1,200,000

Location of Project:    SOSU Main Campus – Durant, Oklahoma
    SOSU McCurtain County Campus – Idabel, Oklahoma

Project Number(s):     Congruent with Facilities Master Plan projects: 660-0804, 660-0800, 660-0891, 660-0558, 660-0805

Revenue Sources:     Fund 290, Appropriated Capital, and Revolving Funds

Reimbursement:     The Bond Oversight Commission requires that each participating entity’s Governing Board approve their participation in the Oklahoma Development Finance Authority’s 20154 Equipment Master Lease Program and if funds are to be reimbursed by bond proceeds, a reimbursement resolution must be approved.

It is anticipated that certain expenses related to the project may be required to be paid by the University prior to the receipt of the bond proceeds.

Under Federal Guidelines, a reimbursement allocation is a designated use of bond proceeds to pay an expenditure which was previously paid from sources other than bond proceeds.  According to Internal Revenue Code, Section 1.150-2, certain preliminary original expenditures related to capital projects may be reimbursed from bond proceeds if the Board declares the intent to do so in a formal resolution.  This item will serve as the formal resolution for the reimbursement for this project.  
V.A.5.1.2. Real Property Purchases

In accordance with Board policy 1.12.3, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is requesting approval to purchase two properties.

1.     Starnes Property

On April 6, 2015 SE and the SE Foundation entered into an agreement to lease property adjacent to the University located at 1307 North 7th and 1321 North 7th, Durant Oklahoma (see attached map).  Part of that agreement was an option to purchase the lots after 5 years.  The University wishes to now execute the purchase option and buy the properties from the SE Foundation at the previously agreed-upon price.

Vendor:       SE Foundation

Amount:        $111,117

Source of Funds:    E&G Reserve, Auxiliary, and Capital Funds

2.    1422 North 8th

Request approval to delegate authority to the President to sign a contract to purchase a house and lot, pending satisfactory appraisal for purchase price, located at 1422 North 8th, Durant Oklahoma. The house is adjacent to property owned by the University and is a prime location for future expansion (see attached map). 

Amount:        Not to Exceed $120,000

Source of Funds:    E&G Reserve, Auxiliary, and Capital Funds
V.A.5.1.3. Magnolia House Master Bathroom Renovation

According to the contract provision that requires approval from the board for any construction or renovation to the presidential residence, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is requesting approval to bid and award to the lowest and best possible candidate the following project:

Project Name: Magnolia House Master Bathroom Renovation

Project Description: Complete bathroom remodel including removing closet wall to expand space and opening up old covered up windows and replacing with new ones.

Project Number(s): 660-0800

Amount:                     $20,000 Estimated

Source of Funds:     Foundation Funds

Vendor:                      To Be Determined
V.A.6. Northwestern Oklahoma State University
V.B. AUDIT & FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT - Chair, Regent Gary Parker
V.B.1. In accordance with board policy 2.1.2, Budget Submission and Approval, East Central University is requesting to amend the following FY2021 budget as indicated below.

E&G Part I, Fund 490 increase of $877,414 from $6,608,529 to $7,485,943.
V.C. SYSTEM ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT - Chair, Regent Susan Winchester
V.C.1. Legislative update—Luke Martin.
V.C.2. RUSO Newsletter Report.
VI. PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL REPORT
VII. PRESIDENTS' RECOMMENDATIONS
VII.A. NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
VII.A.1. Personnel
VII.A.2. Grants & Contracts
VII.A.2.1. Total grants and contracts: $ 0.00
VII.A.3. COVID-19 Report
VII.B. SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
VII.B.1. Personnel
VII.B.2. Purchases Agenda:

Informational Items in excess of $50,000
VII.B.3. Grants & Contracts
VII.B.4. COVID-19 Report
VII.C. UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
VII.C.1. Personnel
VII.C.2. Grants & Contracts
VII.C.2.1. Total grants and contracts: $ 0.00
VII.C.3. Purchases for Approval
VII.C.3.1. Transact, formerly entitled Blackboard Transact, licensing and maintenance for the university’s OneCard campus I.D. system.  
Source: E&G ……………………………….................$185,000
VII.C.3.2. Oracle, annual software licensing and support.
Source: E&G…………...............................................$315,000
VII.C.3.3. Ellucian Company L.P., License Exchange & Enhancements Agreement for Banner ERP and related systems.
Source: E&G……...................................................$1,300,000
VII.C.4. Informational Items from Purchasing
VII.C.4.1. Ellucian Company LP., CRM Recruit software
Source: E&G …….………………………………………$72,787
VII.C.4.2. Cellco Partnership dba- Verizon Wireless, internet hotspots
Source: E&G ………………………….…………………$90,000
VII.C.4.3. Onefire Media Group Inc., marketing consulting services for LX Studio
Source: Course Fee Colleges/Departments………….$57,600
VII.C.4.4. Chickasaw Telecom Inc., support for technology infrastructure and network services 
Source: Technology Fee……………...........................$61,304
VII.C.4.5. Dell USA, LP  
Source: Central Tech Store funds …………...............$72,941
VII.C.5. Proposed Housing and Dining Rate Increases
VII.C.5.1. The University of Central Oklahoma proposes a 3.05% average rate increase for Housing and Dining operations for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Housing Rate Change Average                                                    3.11% change

Dining Rate Change Average                                                        3.00% change

 
 
   

Overall Rate Change Average                                                      3.05% change
 
Housing            
  Current   
Semester Rate

Proposed Semester Rate
Current  
Annual Rate
Proposed Annual Rate Annual $ Difference Annual % Difference
Murdaugh Hall            
Double  $             2,125  $             2,195  $           4,250  $         4,390  $         140 3.29%
Premium $              2,850  $             2,900  $           5,700  $         5,800  $         100 1.75%
Single $              2,825  $             3,045  $           5,650  $         6,090  $         440 7.79%
West Hall            
Double  $             1,995  $             1,995  $           3,990  $         3,990  $                 -   0.00%
Premium $              2,725  $             2,745  $           5,450  $         5,490  $            40 0.73%
Single $              2,700  $             2,845  $           5,400  $         5,690  $         290 5.37%
University Suites            
Suite Double $              3,150  $             3,300  $           6,300  $         6,600  $         300 4.76%
Private Bath Double $              3,350  $             3,500  $           6,700  $         7,000  $         300 4.48%
4 Bedroom Apartment $              3,650  $             3,750  $           7,300  $         7,500  $         200 2.74%
The Quad            
Pod Room $              2,995  $             2,995  $           5,990  $         5,990  $          -   0.00%
Pod Room - Single $              3,700  $             3,845  $           7,400  $         7,690  $         290 3.92%
University Commons            
2 Bedroom Apartment $              4,060  $             4,150  $           8,120  $         8,300  $         180 2.22%
4 Bedroom Apartment $              3,750  $             3,850  $           7,500  $         7,700  $         200 2.67%
             
Dining            
  Current    
Semester Rate
Proposed Semester Rate Current  
Annual Rate
Proposed Annual Rate Annual $ Difference Annual % Difference
Residential Dining Plans            
    The Max + $100 Flex $              2,210  $             2,275  $           4,420  $         4,550  $         130 2.94%
    The 14 + $200 Flex $              2,170  $             2,235  $           4,340  $         4,470  $         130 3.00%
    The 10 + $25 Flex $              1,880  $             1,935  $           3,760  $         3,870  $         110 2.93%
    The 9 + $425 Flex $              2,130  $             2,195  $           4,260  $         4,390  $         130 3.05%
    167 + $240 Flex $              2,100  $             2,165  $           4,200  $         4,330  $         130 3.10%
    125 + $300 Flex  $             1,595  $             1,645  $           3,190  $         3,290  $         100 3.13%
VII.C.6. COVID-19 Report
VII.D. EAST CENTRAL UNIVERSITY
VII.D.1. Personnel
VII.D.2. Request for Contracts
VII.D.2.1. None to report at this time.
VII.D.3. Grants & Contracts
VII.D.3.1. Total grants and contracts: $ 526,393.00
VII.D.4. Purchases
VII.D.4.1. The following purchases are being made in accordance with Board policy (over $50,000 and under $150,000):
VII.D.4.1.1. None to report at this time.
VII.D.4.2. Request approval to make the following purchases which will be made in accordance with Board policy (over $150,000):
VII.D.4.2.1. Request to engage Howard Technology Solutions to provide and install audio visual equipment for technology upgrades to 158 classrooms at an estimated cost of $1,800,000.00, utilizing NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Program under State of Oklahoma Contract No. SW1020 (CARES Funding).
VII.D.5. COVID-19 Report
VII.E. SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
VII.E.1. Personnel
VII.E.2. Purchases
VII.E.2.1. In accordance with Board policy 2.3.4, Purchases exceeding $150,000, Southeastern Oklahoma State University is requesting approval to purchase the following items:
VII.E.2.1.1. Campus Technology Upgrades

Purchase items associated with campus-wide technology replacement plan.  This includes the purchase of classroom teaching technology, faculty computers, staff computers, laptops with docking stations, monitors, as well as associated peripherals.  

Project Number(s): 660-0801 & 660-0892

Project Description: Durant Campus, Non-Structural Repairs
McCurtain Campus, Non-Structural Repairs

Amount:         $2,100,000

Source of Funding: Institutional CARES Funding

Vendor:          Various Vendors with State Contracts including Dell & CDW-G.
VII.E.2.1.2. Technology Infrastructure Improvements

Request approval to bid and award to the lowest and best possible candidate services related to the network re-wire of residence halls and our main academic distance learning classroom building. This re-wire will replace end-of-life category V cable to current industry standard cable from the end-point switch to the device.  The services will include the purchase and installation of equipment.  It will also include technical consulting, project management and technical training necessary for the implementation of the project.

Project Number(s): 660-0801

Project Description: Durant Campus, Non-Structural Repairs

Amount:         $900,000

Source of Funding: Institutional CARES Funding

Vendor: To Be Determined
VII.E.2.1.3. End-Point Switch Replacement  

Replacement of end-of-life and aging end-point switch gear, in multiple buildings, to new fully powered Ethernet switches.  The services will include the purchase of and installation of equipment and software.  It will also include technical consulting, project management and technical training as needed for the implementation of the project.

Project Number(s):   660-0801

Project Description:  Durant Campus, Non-Structural Repairs

Amount:         $500,000

Source of Funding:  Institutional CARES Funding

Vendor: CXTec, Federal Contract TIPS# 200105
VII.E.3. Grants & Contracts
VII.E.3.1. Total grants and contracts: $ 95,662.00
VII.E.4. COVID-19 Report
VII.F. NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
VII.F.1. Personnel
VII.F.2. Purchases
VII.F.2.1. NWOSU requests approval of the following purchases in accordance with Board Policy (over $150,000):
VII.F.2.1.1. Permission to bid and award the purchase of two used charter busses to add to the University fleet for student transportation. Total coast not to exceed $300,000. 
(Fund 490/CARES Funding)
VII.F.3. Grants & Contracts
VII.F.3.1. Total grants and contracts: $ 155,035.00
VII.F.4. COVID-19 Report
VIII. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT - Sheridan Mccaffree
IX. RESOLUTION FOR OUTGOING REGENT
X. ELECTION OF FY 2022 OFFICERS
XI. REGENTS' COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
XII. NEW BUSINESS
XIII. EXECUTIVE SESSION
XIII.A. Action to convene in Executive Session pursuant to 25 0. S.§307 (B) (1) to discuss the following:
XIII.A.1. Discussion regarding the employment of the President of East Central University.
XIII.A.2. Discussion regarding the employment of the President of Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
XIII.A.3. Discussion regarding the compensation of the Presidents of East Central University, Northeastern State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, and University of Central Oklahoma.
XIII.B. Action to convene in Executive Session pursuant to 25 0. S.§307 (B) (4) to discuss the following:
XIII.B.1. Discussion regarding NSU-Tulsa Program.
XIII.B.2. Confidential communications with legal counsel concerning all pending claims or actions and litigation.
XIV. RECONVENE IN PUBLIC SESSION
XIV.A. Consideration and possible action to implement matters discussed in Executive Session.
XV. ADJOURNMENT
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