Alley also wants to print diplomas in-house to save money. A video of an ad about NCMC registration was shown. Alley said the commercial has been highly successful on the college’s social media. President Doctor Lenny Klaver gave a legislative report. He said the State Joint Committee settled on a 6.58% cut to education, and Governor Eric Greitens signed it. Klaver added that this cut was better than the initial projected 9%. He mentioned Missouri Department of Higher Education Task Forces appointments. Those appointments included Chief Business Officer Tyson Otto for Shared Services and Procurement as well as Employee Benefits; Institutional Research Analyst Tara Noah for Benchmarks as well as Data and Efficiency Measures; and Klaver for Regulatory Relief. Klaver said talks regarding the facility on the North Belt Line in Andrew County will continue. The expansion of services would include remodeling for classrooms for half of the building as well as a lease with an option to purchase.
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