|CONTACT INFORMATION||For the person completing this report.|
|INFORMATION ABOUT THE BOARD|
|Official Name of the Board||Campus Planning Committee|
|Effective date of establishment||01/1990|
|Board Reports To (if applicable)||Chancellor/President|
|Scope of Impact||Campus|
|Type of Board||Standing|
The Campus Planning Committee (CPC) is established by the President as an advisory group that represents the NMSU campus community to review proposed projects that impact the visual, physical appearance of the campus.
The CPC is also NMSU’s heritage preservation (historic preservation) committee and reviews all issues related to historic preservation and implementation of the Heritage Preservation Plan.
The CPC also hears appeals to the Uniform Navigation Signage, NMSU Wayfinding and Signage policy (12.60).
For purposes of CPC actions taken under this charge, the term “review” refers to presentation and discussion of items that do not require a vote. The term “approve” is used in relation to actions requiring a vote; these items are subsequently forwarded to the president in the form of a recommendation.
For clarification, this review should be for all NMSU projects within the triangle of I25 / I10 and University Avenue, including ADI and Arrowhead projects and would not apply to ADI projects outside the triangle, although it is requested that the University Architect review any proposed design.
The CPC makes recommendations to the Chancellor/President, and while this formalizes the process a little, final approval is unchanged and still resides with the Chancellor/President.
Established by the Board of Regents and included in Board Policy.
|What is the process for selecting a chair?|
Chair is permanent and statutory: University Architect (Facilities & Services)
|Chair for 2018-19 Academic Year|
|Co-Chair for 2018-19 Academic Year|
|Additional Membership Details|
|Members are appointed by||By Position|
|Position appointment description|
The voting membership includes one representative from each college and one from the Library one representative designated by each Vice President and one designated by the President one member of the staff (elected by the NMSU Employee Council); one faculty member elected by the Faculty Senate; two student representatives recommended for appointment by the President of ASNMSU to serve a one year term; one member from the Athletic Department; and one member from Special Events.
Ex-officio members of the committee include a representative of the City of Las Cruces (recommended by the Mayor for appointment by the President) and a representative of Dona Ana County (recommended by the County Manager for appointment by the President).
|Are terms staggered?||Yes|
|Are members subject to reappointment?||Yes|
|Please explain the conditions under which members are subject to reappointment.|
Only the Dean determines that a member should be reappointed.
|What is the process for filling vacant positions?|
Chair contacts the appointing party in the summer prior to the coming school year (Fall semester).
|MEETINGS & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT|
|What university office/function provides administrative support to this board?|
Facilities & Services
|What are the requirements for the number of meetings to be held annually?|
Meetings are normally held on the first Wednesday of each month except summer (June, July, and August). Meetings are only held when there are agenda items to consider. There is a shortened, electronic process for interim decisions on minor matters if needed between regular meetings.
|Was the requirement for the number of meetings met?||Yes|
|List of Meeting Dates|
September 5, 2018
Discussion, review and recommendation for approval of the Monumental Signage Master Plan for the Las Cruces campus.