CCC board of trustees discuss terms for next president

CNJ staff During a closed session Wednesday, the Clovis Community College board of trustees discussed terms for the next president to replace retiring President John Neibling but made no decision on which direction to take in replacing him, according to board Chairman Charles Guthals. Neibling announced in February that he will be retiring in August […]

CCC ponders new leadership

CNJ staff The Clovis Community College board of trustees made no decisions to replace retiring President John Neibling during Wednesday’s board meeting. The board recessed into executive session for about 30 minutes but reconvened saying no actions were taken on the matter. Neibling announced in February that he would be retiring as of Aug. 1. […]

CCC board meeting to focus on finding new president

CNJ staff The Clovis Community College board of trustees will begin discussions on replacing retiring President John Neibling as its meeting Wednesday. The board plans to recess into executive session for the talks. The board will also plans to take action on the spring 2011 graduation list, the audit report for the 2009-2010 fiscal year […]

Press release: CCC president announces retirement

Dr. John Neibling, President of Clovis Community College since 2006, has announced his retirement as of August 1, 2011. Dr. Neibling previously served in a variety of teaching and administrative positions prior to becoming President at CCC, including 10 years as Vice President for Learning at San Juan College in Farmington, NM from 1991 to […]

Donation to fund Mesa Theater renovation

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis Community College plans to use a $500,000 donation to renovate Mesa Theater on Main Street. Liliana Castillo Clovis Community College plans to use a $500,000 donation to renovate the historical Mesa Theater on Main Street and rename it the Norman and Vi Petty Performing Arts Center. The donation comes […]

CCC employees to receive pay raise

CNJ staff The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees renewed college president John Neibling’s contract during Wednesday’s monthly meeting. Neibling’s contract is up for renewal annually. Neibling, in his third year at CCC, will also receive a pay increase because of state legislation that increases state employees pay by 2 percent. Neibling said his salary […]

CCC to implement new technology courses

By Gabe Monte: CNJ staff writer Clovis Community College will offer industrial technology courses starting in the fall, according to CCC President John Neibling. The CCC Board of Trustees approved on Wednesday the purchase of more than $500,000 of equipment for an industrial technology program, which offers courses in mechanical and electric maintenance. Neibling said […]

CCC approves bid for medical training facility

By Gabriel Monte, CNJ Staff Writer Clovis Community College Board of Trustees approved Wednesday a bid to construct a medical training facility on campus. The construction for the first phase of the Allied Health center was awarded to Wilson and Wilson, which bid $3.33 million. The first phase includes a lecture hall, three classrooms, a […]

CCC texting emergency alerts

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Clovis Community College students can now receive emergency alerts via text message. CCC president John Neibling told Board of Trustee members Wednesday that students will receive text alerts and e-mail notifications for school closures and emergency conditions. “If something bad happens here, we can say, ‘Don’t come,’” he said. […]

CCC trims part-time tuition

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Part-time students can afford to take more classes at Clovis Community College in the spring semester. The tuition reduction, which affects students taking less than seven credit-hours, is part of the school’s 2007-2008 strategic plan approved Wednesday by CCC Board of Trustees during their monthly meeting. CCC president John […]

CCC funding spared

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Legislators excused five New Mexico universities and colleges — including Clovis Community College — from a funding cut due to enrollment declines in fiscal year 2006, according to officials. The act saves the institutions approximately $2.7 million in fiscal year 2008, according to a copy of the 2007 General […]

Snapshot: Voters will decide funding for CCC allied health center

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer What: General Obligation Bond Proposition B in the November General Election Overview: Approximately $118 million for higher education in New Mexico hinges on voter approval of Proposition B. If the proposition passes, two regional institutions of higher learning will benefit. Eastern New Mexico University seeks $4.5 million to renovate […]

Meetings watch: Clovis Community College Board of Trustees

CNJ Staff The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees met Wednesday. The following is a summary of the meeting: – CCC President John Neibling presented enrollment figures for the summer 2006 semester. Compared with the previous summer semester, enrollment had risen by 6.52 percent, Neibling said. Enrollment figures for the current fall semester are not […]

CCC set for $1 million funding loss

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Clovis Community College could lose nearly $1 million in state funding in fiscal year 2007-2008, mostly as a result of a decrease in enrollment, which slipped about 10 percent the last two years, according to CCC officials. The college could see several state-supplied coffers decline in fiscal year 2007-2008, […]

Officials aim to take CCC to next level

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisleJohn Neibling talks with Mary Caffey (left) after he is introduced as the new president of Clovis Community College on Tuesday. Caffey worked with Neibling at San Juan College for about two years. By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer From the vantage point of its newly appointed president, Clovis Community College […]

Board approves CCC prez contract: Neibling’s deal similar to predecessor’s in terms of salary and allowances.

Neibling Starts CCC tenure June 26 By Marlena Hartz CNJ STAFF WRITER A contract for the new Clovis Community College president was unanimously approved Wednesday during a regularly scheduled CCC Board of Trustees meeting. John Neibling of Arizona will be paid $135,000 annually to pilot the community college. The Kansas native, who has served as […]

Merit should always be main factor in selecting leaders

Freedom Newspapers We appreciate the recent lively debate centered around the selection of Clovis Community College’s new president. In particular, we agree that Interim President Becky Rowley deserved serious consideration. We believe she could have been an effective leader. However, we disagree with those who claim Rowley deserved the job because she is first a […]

4/30 Letters to the editor

CCC decision triumph of good ol’ boys As a former Clovis resident, I applaud Ann deMaio, Cathy Haynes and Gayla Brumfield, who have been outspoken in wanting the community to support accomplished young Clovis natives who return to Clovis, serve Clovis and remain in Clovis. John Neibling’s administrative credentials have been touted as the reason […]

Rowley-backers feel snubbed

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Becky Rowley, interim president of Clovis Community College, listens Wednesday as the College Board of Trustees announced the new president. (Staff photo: Tony Bullocks) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer The decision that ushers in an Arizona man as the president of Clovis Community College incited ire among a dense band of Clovis residents who […]

Arizona administrator named CCC president

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer A man with more than 20 years of administrative experience won the five-month-long presidential race at Clovis Community College, his educational record inspiring confidence among those who chose him. Kansas native John Neibling of Arizona accepted the position Wednesday following his selection by Clovis Community College Board of Trustees. […]