College Council

 
 

SUNY ONEONTA COLLEGE COUNCIL TO MEET FEBRUARY 8

The SUNY Oneonta College Council will meet on February 8 at 2:30 p.m., in Le Café, Morris Conference Center. The meeting agenda includes the following items:

  1. Approval of Minutes of November 2, 2016
  2. Chair’s Report
    College Council Chair, Mr. Patrick Brown
  3. President’s Report
    President, Dr. Nancy Kleniewski
  4. Provost’s Report
    Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. James Mackin
  5. College Advancement Report
    Vice President for College Advancement, Mr. Paul Adamo
  6. Amnesty Policy Update and Proposed Neighborhood Relations Policy
    Vice President for Student Development, Dr. Frank Chambers
  7. ACT Report
  8. Good of the Order
  9. Adjournment

Each state-operated campus in the SUNY system has its own College Council, which includes as a voting member a student enrolled at the host institution. Members are appointed by the governor to seven-year terms with the exception of the student representative, who is elected by the student body. 

THE MEMBERS OF SUNY ONEONTA’S COLLEGE COUNCIL ARE:

  • Mr. Patrick Brown, chair 
  • Mr. Joseph Bernier 
  • Dr. David Brenner 
  • Mrs. Martha Forgiano
  • Dr. Diane Georgeson 
  • Mr. Mark McGough
  • Ms. Debra Parisian
  • Ms. Nicole Pereira
  • Mr. Daniel Sniezek 

College councils have specific statutory powers, such as naming buildings and making regulations regarding student conduct. Council meetings are open to the public, and each council meets at least four times a year. Draft minutes and a digital recordings of meetings are available online. Written meeting transcripts will be made available upon request to the President’s Office.

Meeting Minutes and Recordings

SUNY Oneonta’s College Council members also are members of ACT, the Association of Council Members and College Trustees of the State University of New York. ACT advocates for quality public higher education, encourages discussion of institutional and system-wide issues among college leaders, and seeks to strengthen SUNY generally.

Visit the ACT website