Annual Report - San Juan College

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Annual Report - San Juan College

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

Annual Report 2012

YourDream...Your Future...Our Focus...


Welcome to Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass,

President, San Juan College

On July 2, San Juan College welcomed Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass as the College’s third president.

She brings more than 15 years experience in community college administration. Prior to San Juan College, she served as the vice

president for learning at San Jacinto College, South Campus in Houston, Texas. There, she was responsible for providing vision,

leadership and strategic direction for Liberal Arts, Health Science and Natural Sciences, Business and Technology, Evening and

Weekend College, the Library, Dual Credit, Children’s Center and the District Honors Program.

Prior to working at San Jacinto College, Dr. Pendergrass served as interim vice president of academic affairs and student success,

executive dean, and assistant to the president at El Centro College in Dallas, Texas. She gained experience in strategic planning,

research, and institutional effectiveness as a vice chancellor at Wayne County Community College District in Detroit, Michigan, and

as a college director at Clovis Community College in Clovis, New Mexico. She also had the opportunity to teach community college

students as an adjunct faculty member at El Centro College.

Dr. Pendergrass earned her Ph.D. in Educational Administration with a specialization in Community College Leadership from

the University of Texas at Austin. She also has a Master of Science degree in Agricultural Economics and Economics from New

Mexico State University. A Four Corners native and graduate of Aztec High School, she has a deep appreciation for the rich cultural

diversity of the area and is excited to be back home.

San Juan College Administration

David Eppich, Vice President for Student Services

Russ Litke, Vice President for Administrative Services

Lisa Wilson, Interim Vice President for Student Services

Stacey Allen, Director, Human Resources

Gayle Dean, Executive Director, San Juan College Foundation

Laurie Gruel, Senior Director, Institutional Research, Planning and Grants

Rhonda Schaefer, Director, Marketing and Public Relations

Dr. Nancy Shepherd, Presidential Advisor for Community Relations

Produced by Office of Marketing and

Public Relations

Editor: Rhonda Schaefer

Designer: Linda Kaleta

Writer: Carrie Thompson

Pg. 2 photo of Dr. Toni Pendergrass by Tony Bennett

Cover design by Linda Kaleta, featuring

rendering of future School of Energy by

Aaron Babcock, Hidell and Associates Architects, Inc.

Carrollton, Texas

Contents

SAN JUAN COLLEGE

Annual Report 2012

San Juan College celebrated the inauguration of Dr. Toni

Pendergrass (center), on October 17, 2012. Dr. James C.

Henderson, President emeritus (far right); and Mike Tacha,

former interim president (far left), took part in the ceremony

welcoming her as the college’s third president.

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3 SAN JUAN COLLEGE BOARD, 2012

Your Dream

4 STUDENT EXCELLENCE

Your Future

6 PROGRAMS

9 GRANTS

Our Focus

11 STUDENT SUCCESS

12 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

13 CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

14 EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE

16 FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS

18 GIVING

22 ANNUAL REPORT DATA, 2011-12

24 BUDGET

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President’s Message

It is wonderful to be back in the Four Corners. I thank everyone for the exceptionally warm welcome

that the community and college have extended to me and my family. I am looking forward to working

with our staff and faculty who are truly dedicated to the success of students and the community.

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1. R. Shane Chance, Chairman

Member since 2004, Small business owner.

Represents district 6.

Over the past months, I have especially enjoyed the opportunity to meet people and learn about the

college’s accomplishments. I am amazed at all the college has been able to achieve and the continual

innovation that allows us to enhance and better individuals’ lives.

San Juan College serves more than 18,000 students annually. From automotive, arts and energy to

human services, outdoor recreation and veterinary technology, students have the opportunity to choose

from more than 100 degree programs that help them get the jobs they need to support their families.

It is a great privilege to be a part of a place that is committed to making a difference. This dedication

is reflected in our new service motto – Your Dream. Your Future. Our Focus., which is the theme of this

year’s annual report.

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2. Dr. Joseph Pope, Vice Chairman

Member since 2007. Physician,

Pinon Family Practice.

Represents district 7.

3. Chad King, Secretary

Member since 2009. Retired manager,

Bloomfield Refinery.

Represents district 3.

Dr. Toni Hopper Pendergrass

For instance, we feature students who have overcome tough challenges, focused on their education and,

as a result, are making their dreams come true. Building Trades student Michael Lendrum and SJC graduate

Susie Yocum both overcame life-threatening heart conditions and are moving forward in their lives.

You also will see how thanks to gifts such as BP’s $4 million investment in the School of Energy, we are

able to expand programs locally and nationally, which helps us advance our commitment to economic

development, while providing opportunities for students to secure their futures. Working with

community partners, we are bringing back the Police Science Program and launched a new Paramedic

program, providing additional career options.

4. Evelyn B. Benny

Member since 1997. Community service

coordinator, Huerfano Chapter House.

Represents district 2.

5. Kenneth Hare

Member since 2005. Retired educator

Represents district 4.

Our focus on student success is evident in the accomplishments of our students, including the SJC American

Indian Science and Engineering Society Student Club (AISES), who were honored with the National AISES

Student Chapter of the Year Award. Focusing on community engagement is noted in the implementation of

Club Volunteer, and the nursing students who created a resource booklet for senior citizens.

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6. John Thompson

Member since 2010. Engineer,

Walsh Engineering and Production Corporation.

Represents district 5.

As you look over our accomplishments over the past year, you will see how San Juan College is genuinely

embracing our service motto – because your dreams and your future truly are our focus.

Toni Hopper Pendergrass,

7. Matthew Tso

Member since 2011. Consultant,

Navajo Nation.

Represents district 1.

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Your Dream.– student excellence

YourDream.

From overcoming health

challenges to achieving

the desire to truly make a

difference, San Juan College

students are exceeding

expectations and seeing their

dreams become a reality…

Building Trades student Michael Lendrum says

life dealt him a second chance. Diagnosed at

age eight with aortic stenosis, a heart valve

defect, he lived with it until age 25 when

the symptoms became unbearable and life

threatening. In 2011, he endured a six-hour

open heart surgery to replace the heart valve.

“The surgery was a rejuvenation of my life and

an opportunity to reprioritize,” says Lendrum.

“I look at each day as a treasure.” Getting an

education became a priority. His determination

is evident as he was awarded the 2012 SJC

Student Excellence Award in Building Trades

and plans to graduate in 2013 – the next step in

achieving his dream to become a contractor

or architect.

Giving back is a priority for Karon (Susie) Yocum. She spent

over 25 years as an ironworker until congestive heart failure

changed her life. In 2003, following heart valve replacement

surgery, she dealt with other personal challenges while holding

various jobs. “I wanted to give back and help people,” she says.

She enrolled at San Juan College and found her niche in social

work. While completing her associate’s degree, she worked as a

substance abuse and life skills facilitator, mentored new students,

and served as a note-taker for students with disabilities. As the

student keynote speaker during May’s graduation ceremonies,

Yocum shared her story of inspiration. Her dreams are becoming

a reality – she is continuing her work as a substance abuse and

life skills facilitator and is enrolled at New Mexico Highlands

University completing a bachelor’s degree in social work.

San Juan College surgical technology graduate David Kolle

is using his education to make a difference for those who

are less fortunate. Recently completing a second mission

trip to Mexico with International Medical Assistance, he

plans to volunteer for two years with Mercy Ships, a global

charity that operates hospital ships in developing nations. It

provides medical help for the forgotten poor by mobilizing

people and resources worldwide. “I’m at the point in my

life where it’s not all about me,” he says. “I want to leave a

legacy of helping those who are less fortunate.”

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Your Future.– programs

Your Your Future Future.

BP America Provides $4 Million Investment in

San Juan College School of Energy –

San Juan College’s commitment to economic

development and student success will advance,

as BP America generously provided a $4 million

investment in the San Juan College School of

Energy. The gift will go toward the construction

of a state-of-the-art facility on the College’s

main campus, which is expected to cost a

minimum of $15 million. New Mexico Governor

Susana Martinez was in attendance as Tim

Harrington, BP’s North America Gas Regional

President, made the announcement at a press

conference in August, 2012. Not only will the

investment help the School of Energy expand

its capacity to meet growing workforce needs

both locally and nationally, but it will enhance

opportunities for students to secure lucrative

careers in the energy industry.

Pictured left to right: Iris Partida, Leandra Sandoval

and Cindy Oros , San Juan College School of Energy

graduates, found their dream jobs in the oil and gas

industry with BP America.

Photo by Crystal Martinez

“My career has given me an incredible sense of freedom and financial stability that I never dreamed possible. I love

that I can be such a great example to my son.”

– Leandra Sandoval, SJC School of Energy graduate and BP Operations Technician.

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Your Future.– programs

Your Future.

Your Future.– grants

SJC Launched New Paramedic Program – In January, San Juan

College School of Trades and Technology expanded the Emergency

Medical Services program with the addition of a new Paramedic

Program. Students have the option of completing the program for

a certificate in paramedicine or obtaining an Associate of Science/

Paramedic degree.

Associate of Arts Police Science Program to Begin –

San Juan College students can now combine police academy

classes with an associate of arts degree. The Associate of Arts

Police Science program was brought back to San Juan College at

the request of local law enforcement agencies. Students wanting

to pursue a bachelor’s degree also will have the option to transfer

the associate’s degree to New Mexico Highlands University or the

University of New Mexico.

Three New Mexico Higher Education (NMHED) officials from

the Office of the Secretary toured an array of San Juan College

programs during a fall visit. Dr. José Z. Garcia, NMHED cabinet

secretary; Dr. Bridgett Russell, NMED director of Operations;

and Dr. Wayne Brown, NMHED Senior policy analyst, got an

up-close look at the School of Health Sciences, School of Trades

and Tech and the School of Energy. They also discussed future

development opportunities for San Juan College.

Partnership Grant Focuses on New Approach to Teaching

Math and Science – San Juan College science faculty have

the opportunity to partner with University of New Mexico’s

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to pursue

research and improve how math and science are taught to

undergraduate students thanks to a shared grant. SJC’s School

of Math, Science and Engineering received a $51,000 grant as a

sub-recipient of a $249,998 grant awarded to UNM. The grant

will fund workshops designed to help SJC faculty learn to use

a problem-based approach to teaching Science, Technology,

Engineering, and Math (STEM).

Grant Awarded to Better Serve Transfer Bound Students –

A nearly $2 million dollar grant was awarded to San Juan College

that will be used to enhance the College’s infrastructure to better

serve students who are looking to transfer to four-year colleges

and universities. Referred to as Fast Forward, the grant will span

five years and is administered through the Title III Native American

Serving Nontribal Institutions program in the Department of

Education. The grant is designed to increase postsecondary

success, enable the college to identify students-at-risk, and develop

strategies to ensure students obtain their degrees.

Diane Stahl, Emergency Medical Services Program coordinator,

plays an integral role in training future paramedics.

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Your Future Focus

Our student success

Focus.–

Your Future.– grants

Grant Encourages Students to Pursue Careers

in Engineering and Science – San Juan College’s

School of Math, Science and Engineering was

awarded a $445,000 grant as a sub-recipient of

a $1.2 million grant from the National Science

Foundation. Through what is known as the Four

Corners Stem Success (FOCUSS) Program, SJC

is partnering with Fort Lewis over five years to

encourage more students to transfer into the

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

(STEM) fields.

Through the grant, San Juan College students

participated in two summer research projects

with Fort Lewis College. In one project,

students researched the effects dark-green

leafy vegetables have in reducing inflammation

that leads to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary

Disease, while another research project

examined the potential health benefits of the

gogi berry.

San Juan College student Tonia

Becenti participated in a summer

research project examining the

health benefits of goji berries.

AISES Students Make a Mark – Student’s in the

SJC American Indian Science and Engineering

Society Student Club (AISES) have proven that

they are among the best. The club was honored

with the National AISES Student Chapter of the

Year Award. They are in good company with

other universities who received the award in

years past, including UCLA, Purdue University

and Stanford.

First Respiratory Therapy Students Graduate

from SJC Program – San Juan College School of

Health Sciences celebrated the first graduating

class from the College’s Respiratory Therapy

Program. Built from the ground up by Dr.

Henry Oh, director of the Respiratory Therapy

Program, and John Kirkpatrick, who directs

its clinical education, the program began in

February 2010.

All USA Academic Team – San Juan College

students Jayme Wilson and Gabriel Kropf were

recognized for their nomination to the 2012

New Mexico All-State and All-USA Academic

Teams on Community College Day during the

2012 legislative session in Santa Fe.

Daniel Lorett was among the first group of

students to graduate from San Juan College’s

Respiratory Therapy Program.

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Our Focus

Our Focus.– community engagement

Our Focus. –

cultural and educational opportunities

SJC’s Small Business Development Center Received State Excellence

Award – The San Juan College Small Business Development Center

(SBDC) received the 2012 New Mexico Small Business Development

Center Service Excellence and Innovation Center Award. SJC’s center

was chosen from among 19 other SBDCs across the state for the

excellent services the staff provides local businesses.

Volunteers helped Senior Citizens Spruce up their Yards for Spring –

Local senior citizens received a little extra help sprucing up their yards,

when approximately 60 San Juan College students, faculty, employees

and community volunteers joined together in honor of National Earth

Day. Volunteers raked leaves, trimmed bushes, prepared flower beds

and helped seniors with other minor outdoor spring cleaning chores.

Club Volunteer began at San Juan College – Giving 30 minutes to

an hour made a difference for a variety of local agencies through

Club Volunteer. From making cards for those serving in the military

to stuffing teddy bears for children in crisis centers, SJC’s Volunteer

Center developed the program where community members and

students come together once a month to assist with projects that are

designed to be completed during a lunch hour.

Nursing Students Provided Resource to Keep Seniors “in the Know” –

As part of an honors project, track two nursing students created

a booklet that provides information and community resources for

seniors titled Resource Guide for Older Adults in San Juan County

and Surrounding Areas. Published by SJC’s Copy Services, the SJC

Foundation and Merrion Oil and Gas helped fund printing costs.

Art, Music and More! A legendary western singing group, a nationally

known Celtic vocalist and a vibrant dance company, were among

the many renowned performers who graced the stage as part of the

San Juan College Silhouette Series. Band performances, orchestra,

choir and theatrical productions, and art shows also provided superb

entertainment and cultural learning experiences.

International Programs – From helping build a primary school in

a Mayan village, to installing a solar powered system at a medical

clinic on a remote Tibetan plateau, San Juan College students had

the opportunity to experience the world as a classroom through six

different International Programs. Trips broadened students’ education

and cultural exposure to the real world while earning class credits.

Up with People – The Up With People (UWP) cast not only gave an

amazing performance during their week-long visit to Farmington

in February, they also volunteered at various agencies throughout

the community and held a Culture Fair at San Juan College. The cast

of 120 students from 20 cultures around the world shared games,

activities and information about their culture, customs, lifestyles and

experiences with SJC students, staff and faculty, along with local high

school and middle school students.

Golden Dragon Acrobats

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Students, along with Mip Van Suchtelen, SJC Service Learning coordinator

(pictured center), volunteered their time to assist local senior citizens with

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Our Focus

Our Focus.– eeducational excellence

The Annabelle R. Friddle Award for

Faculty Excellence was presented to Dr.

Judy Palier, professor of Political Science

in the School of Humanities. Along with

encouraging students to be active learners,

she has contributed to SJC through her

involvement in organizations and projects

including International Programs, the

Institutional Review Board, Broadening

Horizon speaker series, SJC Out student

group and Safe Zone project.

Our Focus

For the 16th year, San

Juan College recognized

four employees with the

President’s Mission Award

for demonstrating a high

level of service, going above

expectations and demonstrating

a positive attitude. Pictured left

to right, standing: Faculty Award

– Vernon Willie, Math instructor;

Mike Tacha, former SJC interim

president. Pictured seated,

left to right: Professional Staff

Award – Elaine Benally, director

of San Juan College West;

Adjunct Faculty Award – Debbie

Sawyer, adjunct Math instructor;

and Support Staff Award – Cruz

Chacon, administrative assistant,

School of Business.

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1. Stacey Bradley was the first to be honored with the newly

established Stu & Jane Wilson Professional Staff Award.

2. Sharen Glade was honored with the Fran Sandoval Support

Staff Award.

3. Joseph Sanchez was honored with the Physical Plant Support

Staff Award.

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The 2012 Lou & Ruth Allison Faculty

Excellence Award was awarded to John

Hoff, assistant professor of Welding. In his

19 years at San Juan College, he has made

significant contributions to the growth and

success of the Welding Program. He says,

“I believe in a hands-on teaching approach

with no problem too big to solve.”

Assistant Professor of Welding John Hoff was honored

for excellence during SJC’s 2012 Graduation ceremonies.

Pictured left to right: Ruth Allison, John Hoff, Gayle

Dean, SJC Foundation executive director; and Mike

Tacha, former SJC interim president.

San Juan College awarded individual $1,000 stipends

to 13 faculty members for their commitment and

dedication to San Juan College Students. The Tarpley

Awards are given by retired Farmington businessman,

Wayne Tarpley. The 2012 Tarpley Awards were

presented by Mike Tacha, former SJC interim

president, and Gayle Dean, SJC Foundation executive

director. Pictured back row: Mike Tacha, Todd Thomas,

Dr. Mike Hattabaugh, Dr. John Burris, Jim Rooker, Paul

Mitchell, and Gayle Dean. Front row: Carmelita Lee,

Jessica Anderson, Kris Kraly, Jan Peel and Ann Hardy.

Awardees not pictured: Tony Otero and Vernon Willie.

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Foundation

San Juan College Foundation Highlights

BP Investment in School of Energy

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, BP America

and San Juan College celebrated the announcement of

BP America’s $4 million investment in the SJC School of

Energy at a press conference in August, 2012. The gift,

which will go toward the development of a new building

on the Farmington campus, will help the School of Energy

expand with the capacity to serve both the local and

national industry. Along with the recent announcement,

San Juan College Foundation will initiate a capital

campaign. Once the Foundation raises an additional $3

million, BP will match another $1 million. The project

is expected to cost a minimum of $15 million. The San

Juan College’s governing board pledged an additional $2

million toward the project.

Pictured left to right: Gayle Dean, SJC Foundation Executive

Director; Tim Harrington, BP’s North America Gas Regional

President; Dr. Toni Pendergrass, SJC President; NM Governor

Susana Martinez; Randy Pacheco, Dean of School of Energy;

and Greg West, BP America Onshore Site Manager.

“Thanks to the longstanding partnership between BP and the School of Energy, this joint endeavor

will benefit the community and energy workforce in countless ways now and in the future.”

Gayle Dean, Executive Director, SJC Foundation.

Photo by Tony Bennett

Thanks to funding provided by a private donor

through the San Juan College Foundation, the

popular One Book/One Community project will

continue as it moves from a campus project

to a community wide project. One Book/One

Community originated in 2010 as Assistant

Professor of English Traci Halesvass’s two-year

Distinguished Teaching Chair project. The project was

developed to build a sense of community while promoting literacy. In

honor of the New Mexico Centennial, the book selection for 2012 was Code

Talker: the First and Only Memoir By One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers

of WWII, written by Judith Avila and Chester Nez.

Financial Aid and College Entrance Progam (FACE)

Thanks to the Merrion family, SJC Foundation holds a Kick Start scholarship

for every FHS, PV or Rocinante graduate who chooses to attend SJC.

The Merrions have placed two advisors in the Farmington Municipal School

District to assist and encourage high school students to pursue a college

education and help improve graduation rates. The counselors help students

with the college application process and assist them in finding financial aid

and scholarships. The only requirement for students to receive the Kick-

Start scholarship at SJC is that they have worked with the Financial Aid

and College Entrance Program (FACE) counselor. The program has been

met with resounding success and may expand to other districts in the Four

Corners region in the future.

2011-12 SJC Foundation Board Officers

Beverly Taylor, President

Len Scalzi, Vice President

Charles Clouthier, Treasurer

Danny Beyhan, Secretary

Chad King, San Juan College Board Representative

Dr. Toni Pendergrass, San Juan College President

Gayle Dean, Executive Director

Tucker Bayless

Norman D. Benally

Scott Bird

Marjorie Black

Dr. Robert J. Burns

David Cardiff

Del Craddock

Richard Fraley

Kerwin Gober

Curtis R. Gurley

Dr. James Henderson

Members

Jeff Howle

Danny Jaap

Mike Lacey

Kenneth C. Leach

Richard Ledbetter

T. Greg Merrion

Joshua D. Payne

Jason Sandel

Gregory Smith

Myron Taylor

Foundation Staff

Gayle Dean, Executive Director

Lowell Parrish III, Fund Accountant and

Data Base Administrator

Diane Bennett, Administrative Assistant

Holly Self, Administrative Assistant

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Heritage Society Members

Allen Theatres, Inc.

Lou and Ruth Allison

Amos and Fran Anderson

APS / Four Corners Power Plant

Automotive Service Excellence

Bank of America

Robert and Bernice Bayless

David Beavers

Bob and Betty Berry

BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal

Nick and Alicia Blasingame

BP Corporation North America, Inc.

Carl and Lola Brown

Scott and Eleanor Brown

Glenette Cain-Deen

Ken and Joy Campbell

David and Madeline Christensen

Mary Elizabeth Christian

Citizens Bank

Dr. Stephen and Violet Clark

Charles and Gwen Clouthier

Coca Cola Bottling Company

Coleman Family Foundation

Harvey and Kay Crowley

Cy Cooper Company

Wayne and Cassie Dallas

Roy G. Dalpra Trust

John and Maxine Dean, Sr.

Desk and Derrick Club of Farmington

Alva Dickerhoff

James Dickerhoff

J. A. and JoAnn Drake

Steve & Melinda Dunn

Tom and Mary Dugan

Dugan Production Corporation

Cheryl Durham

Doug and Evangeline Echols

Ellucian

Farmington Rotary Club

Farmington Savings Bank

Roger Feurt

Annabelle Friddle

Friends of Father Kenneth Robertson

Garfield Street Foundation of Santa Fe

Mickey Ginn

Jack and Twila Goodding

Dr. Timothy Gordon

Dr. Robert and Monica Grossheim

Curtis & Becky Gurley

Manuel C. and Thelma Hastings

Dr. James C. and Tycie Henderson

Family and Friends of Jeffrey Hetrick

Holiday Inn of Farmington

Family of Dr. Robert & Joan Hume

Independent Mobility Systems

Jim and Mary Lou Jacobs

Lucille M. Jordan

Family of Charles and June Keller

Pat Kendrick

Kiwanis Club of Farmington

Jim and Betty Kleinegger

Kenneth Larsen

Dick and Laura Ledbetter

Bert and Lucille Levine

Lincoln O’Brien Foundation

Sylvia Little

M.G. Smokey Lyon

Paul and Linda McClendon

Dr. John and Muriel McCulloch

Clara McGrath

J. Greg and Rita Merrion

Mesa Air Group

Gerald & Helen Moser

Mountain Air Drilling Service Company

N.A.C.E. International Sandia

Mountain Section

New Mexico Land and Title Association

New Mexico Student Loans

Ann Noel

Northwest New Mexico National

Association of Life Underwriters

C. H. and Linda Nye

Orthopedic Associates

Don Paulek

Petroleum Accountants Society of San

Juan Basin

James S. Phillips

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David and Maxine Pierce

PNM / San Juan Generating Station

Gregg and Tamara Price

Process Equipment & Service Company

Renews Auto Parts & Equipment

Robert and Maxine Rhien

Ed and Mary Lou Rhodes

John and Jean Ritzenthaler

Jason and Stacy Sandel

Priscilla Sandlin

San Juan Automotive/ASE

San Juan Basin Chapter of New Mexico

Society of CPAs

San Juan Center for Independence

San Juan County Board of Realtors

San Juan Regional Medical Center

Don Schreiber and Family

Dr. Joe Sharpe

Dr’s. Carl & Carol Spencer

Amanda Sutherlin

J. Wayne Tarpley

Clinton and Dixie Taylor

Miriam Taylor

Myron and Revis Taylor

Nick and Shirley Tinnin

Victor and Debby Titus – The Titus

Law Firm

Totah Chapter of the Military Officers

Association of America

Toyota Technical Education Network

(T-TEN)

Tres Rios A.B.A.T.E. of New Mexico, Inc.

United States Department of Education

– Title III

George and Patricia Wagner

D. Craig and Becky Walling

M. Herman Walters

Joe Watson

Marlo and Louise Webb

Wells Fargo - Farmington

Dr. Stuart and Jane Wilson

Kenneth and Loah Woodrum

Mildred Wright

Ziems Ford Corners

HONORARIUM

Gifts were made in honor of the

following individuals.

Gayle Dean

Thomas Dugan

Bethany Evans

Daniel Evans

Paul Evans

Jeffrey Hetrick

Peggy Morgan

MEMORIALS

Gifts were made in loving memory

of the following individuals

Lou Allison

Bruce Beckstead

Eleanor Bennett

Daniel Bickel

Mark Steven Brown

Sunnie Casebolt

Melissa Ginn

Gary Golden

Debbie Gonzales

Nathan Hagen

Virginia Henry

Jeffrey Hetrick

Nellie Horvath

Dwayne Howle

Thomas Carl Jacobs

Betty McBee

Paul McClendon

Joan McCollister

Kathleen McDonald Noble

Stella Montoya

Eliot O’Brien

John Ritzenthaler

Wilda Schlenker

Ray Stevens

Jason Walters

MaryJo Walters

Wally Joe Walters

Cara Beth White

Jack Wilson

Jane Wynhoff

John Thompson, San Juan College Board member (pictured

center); thanks Merrion Scholar Program sponsors T. Greg

Merrion (pictured left), and Neil Merrion (pictured right).

FELLOWS CLUB $100,000 and up

(CUMULATIVE GIVING)

American Petroleum Institute

APS / Four Corners Power Plant

APS Foundation, Inc.

Basic Energy Services

Bayless Charitable Fund

BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal

Bolack Museum Foundation /

Tommy Bolack

Border States Electric

BP America, Inc.

Carl and Lola Brown

Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Co.

Chevron U.S.A.

Citizens Bank

Coca Cola Bottling Company

Coleman Family Foundation

ConocoPhillips Company

Cooper Energy Services

Robert and Mary Culpepper

DaimlerChrysler Donation Program

Roy G. Dalpra Trust

Daniels Fund

Alva C. Dickerhoff

James R. Dickerhoff

Dugan Production Corporation

Thomas Dugan

El Paso Field Services

First National Bank of Farmington

Annabelle Friddle

Gas Compressor Association

The Estate of Guinevere Head-Brady

Intel Corporation

Arthur A. Jaquez

Kenneth Larsen

Bert Levine

Lincoln O’Brien Foundation, Inc.

Merrion Oil & Gas Foundation

Mesa Air Group

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global

Impact Funding Trust Inc.

C. H. and Linda Nye

PNM / San Juan Generating Station

Robert and Maxine Rhien

San Juan Regional Medical Center

J. Wayne Tarpley

Clinton and Dixie Taylor

Miriam Mumma Taylor

Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

U.S. Dept. of Education - Title III

United Indian Traders Association

Wells Fargo Bank New Mexico N.A.

Loah D. Woodrum Trust

The Williams Companies, Inc.

The Williams Foundation

REGENTS CLUB $25,000 to

$99,999.99 (CUMULATIVE GIVING)

7-2-11 Food Stores, Inc.

Ager Excavating

All American Technical Team

Ruth Allison

Anonymous - Durango

A-Plus Well Service, Inc.

Ariel Corporation

Aztec Well Servicing Company, Inc.

Babcock & Wilcox Construction Co.

David Bacon, CPA, PC

Bank of America

Bank of America Foundation, Inc.

Robert and Bernice Bayless

Thomas F. Bolack

Pamela Breithaupt

Walter and Carolyn Bump

Cameron

Caterpillar, Inc.

Mary Elizabeth Christian

Charles and Gwen Clouthier

Cummins Rocky Mountain, LLC

Cy Cooper Company

DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund

Dawn Trucking Company

Desk and Derrick Club of Farmington

The Denver Foundation

Dial Oil Company

J.A. and Jo Ann Drake

Dresser-Rand Company

Doug and Evangeline Echols

Electrical Energy Services, Inc.

Ellucian

Energen Corporation

Farmington Freightliner

Farmington Rotary Club

The First Tee

The Frame Corner, Inc.

General Motors Corporation

Jack and Twila Goodding

Hastings Entertainment, Inc.

Cecil and Betty Henry

Hollister-Stier Laboratories, LLC

Ignition Systems & Controls

Independent Mobility Systems, Inc.

Richard and Laura Ledbetter

Sylvia Little

Lufkin Industries

Roselyn Martin Shaw

McCune Charitable Foundation

Merrion Oil & Gas Corporation

Microsoft AATP Program

Mobil Oil

Stella Montoya

N.A.C.E. International, Sandia

Mountain Section

Steve and Susan Nelson

New Mexico Community Foundation

New Mexico Student Loans

Oil & Gas Equipment Corporation /

Kimray, Inc.

David and Maxine Pierce

Martin and Beverly Pierce

PNMR Services Company

Precision Tool & Distribution

Process Equipment & Service Co.

Quadco

Qwest

Scotty & Aleata Raymond

Rig Equipment & Supply Company

San Juan Concrete Company

San Juan County Abstract & Title

Company

San Juan County New Mexico

San Juan Regional Medical Center

Auxiliary

San Juan United Way

Schreiber Insurance Agency Inc.

Kevon Smith

Myron and Revis Taylor

Technology Integration Group

United States Golf Association

Foundation, Inc.

Waste Management of New Mexico, Inc.

Waukesha Engine, Dresser Inc.

Dr. Stuart and Jane Wilson

Dean and Betty Wolcott

World Golf Foundation

XTO Energy, Inc.

Y & S Candies (Hershey Food

Corporation)

PRESIDENTS CLUB $10,000 to

$24,999.99 (CUMULATIVE GIVING)

Aetna Foundation, Inc.

Albuquerque TVI Foundation, Inc.

James and Margo Allee

Allen Theatres, Inc.

Alltel Communications

American Business Women’s

Association

American Furniture Company

American Indian Education Foundation

Anonymous – Farmington

Arapahoe Drilling Co., Inc.

Armstrong-Coury Insurance

Automotive Service Excellence

Basin Disposal, Inc.

David Berry, CPA, PC

Blue Jet

Ron and Nora Boice

BPOE Lodge 1747

Eric and Janice Bruce

Bureau of Land Management

Dr. Robert and Janet Burns

Ken and Joy Campbell

Mrs. H. R. Carter

CellularOne

Chandler & Company, LLP

Cheney-Walters-Echols, Inc.

The Chrysler Foundation

City of Farmington

Dr. Stephen and Violet Clark

Dr. Jack and Nancy Coats

Clarion and Barbara Cochran

The College Board - Southwestern

Regional Office

The Community Foundation of Greater

Birmingham

James and Dianna Collins

Bonnie Connelly

Consolidation Coal Company

Eleanor Brown Cornelius

Harvey and Linda Kay Crowley

The Daily Times

Wayne and Cassie Dallas

David H. Paul, Inc.

The Hon. John and Gayle Dean

Ron and Sue Dial

Distribution Management Corporation

Dollar General Literacy Foundation

Steve and Melinda Dunn

Eagle Point

ECOM America, Ltd.

Enterprise Products Operating LLC

E-spaces N.V.S.A.

Gerald and Sharon Farm

Farmington Savings Bank

Faver’s Homes, Inc.

Fesco Contracting Company, Inc.

First Presbyterian Church

Fleming & Goff, P.A.

Randy Follis

Four Corners Conference, Inc.

Four Corners Electric Company, Inc.

Four-Four, Inc.

Friends of Father Kenneth Robertson

Garcia & Company Jewelers

Garfield Street Foundation of Santa Fe

Gateway Companies, Inc.

Mickey Ginn

Kerwin Gober

The Greenville Foundation

Greer Stafford / SJCF, Inc.

Dr. Robert and Monica Grossheim

Curtis & Becky Gurley

Hagen-Dimmick Development Co., Ltd.

Pete and Judy Harmon

Kenneth Heil

Dr. James and Tycie Henderson

Dr. Pierre and Jung Ja Herding

Ernie and Faye Hunsaker

Integrity Networking Systems, Inc.

Intel Foundation

James and Mary Lou Jacobs

Jaynes Corporation

William and Leone Jensen

Kelco, Inc.

Kinder Morgan Foundation

Cecilia King

Tommy Kitchens

Kiwanis Club of Farmington

KPMG - LLP

LeROI Compressors

The Lumpkin Foundation

Macnat LLC.

Paul and Elsie Mains

Edgar and Donna Mann

Robert and Lynda McBride

Muriel McCulloch

Kerry and Phyllis Meier

Merrion Family Foundation

Mountain Air Drilling Service Co. LLP

Gordon Mumma

Jeffrey and Kathy Jo Myers

New Mexico Land Title Association

New Mexico Mortgage Finance

Authority

Noel’s, Inc.

Kevin and Julie Ortenblad

Orthopedic Associates, P.A.

Karen Mumma Palmer

Don Paulek

The Pepsi Bottling Group

Foundation, Inc.

Petroleum Accountants Society of

San Juan Basin

James Phillips and Dr. Pat Armell

PNM / SJGS - Emergency Response

Team

Ronald and Carolyn Proctor

Riley Industrial Services, Inc.

Jean L. Ritzenthaler

Robert L. Bayless, Producer LLC

Jack and Martha Roberts

Dr. Hugh and Elizabeth Rogers

Rust Tractor Company

Ruth Brown Foundation

San Juan Basin Chapter - NM Society

of CPAs

San Juan Center for Independence

San Juan College Building Trades

Students

San Juan Compression, LLC

San Juan County Board of Realtors, Inc.

San Juan Nurseries, Inc.

San Juan Reproduction Company

San Juan Rotary Club

Jason and Stacy Sandel

Jerry and Clair Sandel

Dr. J.E. and Jacque Sheppeck

Dr. Dan Smith

Millie Speer

Drs. Carl and Carol Spencer

SunRay Gaming of New Mexico, LLC

Swift Transportation

Michael Tacha

Target Stores

Telluride Ski & Golf Company

Thriftway Marketing Corporation

Victor and Debby Titus - The Titus

Law Firm

Tres Rios A.B.A.T.E. of New Mexico, Inc.

Triple S Trucking Company, Inc.

The Totah Chapter - Military Officers

Association of America

D. C. and Lucylle Turner

United State Golf Association

Uselman Construction Company

Verizon Wireless

Visual Health Information Stretching

Charts, Inc.

W. W. Grainger, Inc.

Wagner Equipment Company

Wallace Chevrolet Cadillac, LLC.

D. Craig and Becky Walling

Wal-Mart

M. Herman Walters

Steve and Teresa Wamel

Webb Automotive Group

Marlo and Louise Webb

Wells Fargo Foundation

Tom L. Wheeler

Jack and Martha Wilson

Woods Insurance Service, Inc.

Mildred Wright

Charlene Younger

Ziems Ford Corners

SUN CLUB $1,000 and up

(ANNUAL GIVING)

7-2-11 Food Stores, Inc.

Aetna Foundation, Inc.

Allen Theatres, Inc.

Ruth Allison

American Society of Safety Engineers,

Four Corners Chapter

A-Plus Well Service, Inc.

Ariel Corporation

Aztec Well Servicing Company, Inc.

David Bacon, CPA, PC

Bayless Charitable Fund

BHP Billiton New Mexico Coal

Juanell Blasingame

Dr. David and Sara Lee Bramhall

Pamela Breithaupt

Eric and Janice Bruce

Chevron U.S.A.

Citizens Bank

Jerry and Phyllis Clayton

Charles and Gwen Clouthier

Dr. Jack and Nancy Coats

Coca Cola Bottling Company

Coleman Family Foundation

James and Dianna Collins

ConocoPhillips Company

Robert and Mary Culpepper

Cy Cooper Company

Roy G. Dalpra Trust

De Nae’s Boutique

The Hon. John and Gayle Dean

The Denver Foundation

Thomas Dugan

Steve and Melinda Dunn

Ellucian

Energy Maintenance & Construction, Inc.

David Eppich

Farmington Noonday Civitan Club

Four Corners Ambulatory Surgery

Center, LLC

The Frame Corner, Inc.

Annabelle Friddle

Gas Compressor Association

Kerwin Gober

Twila Goodding

Curtis and Becky Gurley

Gurley Law Firm

Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

Les and Karen Houghton

Jerry and Becky Huskey

Integrity Networking Systems, Inc.

J Bar S Enterprises DBA

Jicarilla Apache Energy Corporation

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Kelco, Inc.

Richard and Laura Ledbetter

Bert Levine

Kerry and Phyllis Meier

Merrion Oil & Gas Foundation

Rita Merrion

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global

Impact Funding Trust Inc.

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC

Jeffrey and Kathy Jo Myers

Steve and Susan Nelson

New Mexico Dental Foundation

Oil & Gas Equipment Corporation /

Kimray, Inc.

O’Neal Steel, Inc.

David and Maxine Pierce

PNM / San Juan Generating Station

Red River Compression

Mary Rhodes

Rig Equipment & Supply Company

Riley Industrial Services, Inc.

Robert L. Bayless, Producer LLC

San Juan College Building Trades

Students

San Juan College PTA Student

Association

San Juan County Abstract & Title

Company

San Juan County New Mexico

San Juan Regional Medical Center

San Juan United Way

Jerry and Clair Sandel

Si Senor Restaurant

SunRay Gaming of New Mexico, LLC

Michael Tacha

J. Wayne Tarpley

Myron and Revis Taylor

Technology Integration Group

Totah Chapter of the Military Officers

Association of America

Twin Stars Ltd.

W. W. Grainger, Inc.

Steve and Teresa Wamel

Wells Fargo Bank New Mexico, N.A.

The Williams Companies, Inc.

The Williams Foundation

Dr. Stuart and Jane Wilson

Dean and Betty Wolcott

XTO Energy, Inc.

Yoakum Services

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FOUNDERS CLUB $500 - $999.99

(ANNUAL GIVING)

Harry S. Allen Trust

Wynn Anderson

Nick and Alicia Blasingame

Bloomfield Senior Citizens Center

Dr. Robert and Janet Burns

D.J. Simmons, Inc.

Kathleen Gross

Dr. Sheryl Hruska

Kenneth and Hazel Leach

Miller Stratvert, P.A.

Joyce Mills

Navajo Engineering & Construction

Authority

New Mexico Professional Surveyors

Assoc., - Four Corners Chapter

New Mexico Society of Professional

Engineers - SJ Basin Chapter

Donald and Mary Pigford

San Juan Association of Educational

Retirees

San Juan College Business Office Staff

San Juan County Gem & Mineral

Society

Robert and Marsha Smith

Up With People

Dr. Callie Vanderbilt

Jeff and Deborah Young

FRIENDS CLUB - To $499.99

(ANNUAL GIVING)

Seth and Elizabeth Abrahamson

Dr. Merrill Adams

Karen Allen

Stacey Allen

Dan Alston

Bruce and Mellody Anderson

Animas Credit Union

Armstrong-Coury Insurance

Joan Arrowsmith

Carolynne Attaway

Connie Auck

Christine Baade

Richard and Jane Banes

Carol Barg

Robert and Evelyn Barg

Alice Barnard

Basin Coordinated Health Care, Inc.

Dr. Paula Baxter

David Beavers

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Tony and Diane Bennett

Michele Berkey

Roland and Elaine Berkey

Greta Berry

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority - Xi Chi

Chapter

Jon Betz

Danny and Rosalia Beyhan

Steve Biernacki

Sherrie Biringer

Dr. Bruce and Marjorie Black

Watson and Stacey Bradley

Felix and Viola Briones

Nathan and Sandra Broadhead

Thomas Burns

Dr. John and Carol Burris

Abigail Calcote

Vaai Calles

Carol Carreon

Cascade Bottled Water & Coffee

Service

Casey Financial Consulting

Aline Cass

Barbara Caton

Maria Chacon

Chandler & Company, LLP

Janella Chapline

Chili’s Grill & Bar

Citizens Trust & Investment Corp.

Robert Comer

Amy Cooper

Jason and Andrea Cooper

Cy and Manalynn Cooper

Richard and Denise Corcoran

Pamela Coy

Mary Cummins

John and Maxine Dean

Kama Dean

Liesl Dees

Richard DeLaBarcena

Gordon DeSpain

Maria Dodson

J. H. Durrett, Jr.

Linann Easley

Richard and Naoma Ekwall

D. J. and Gwen Elkins

John and Doris Evans

Gary and Melodie Eyster

Ben and MaryAnne Facio

Farmington Fire Equipment and

Safety

Wanda Farris

Richard and Patsy Felter

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Charles and Joyce Freuden

Hans Freuden

Kathleen Fulton

Dianne Garcia

Rodolfo and Christine Garcia

Linda Garrison

Sherri Gaugh

Frank George

Richard and Eileen Gerding

Julie Glasser

Patricia Goff

Tom and Norma Grant

William and Margaret Gray

Guy and Alfreda Green

Richard Greenaker

Greer Stafford / SJCF, Inc.

Susan Grimes

Sherry Hair

Tim and Karla Halphen

Leon and Leanna Hanhardt

Kenneth and Helen Hare

The Hon. Harris Hartz

Hastings Entertainment, Inc.

Michael Hattabaugh

Mary Hayes

Henry Production, Inc.

Debbie Hernandez

Gary and Shirley Hetrick

Jane Hetrick

Mary Hibbetts

Debby Hibner

Marty and W. Hill

Dr. Donna Hobbs

Cynthia Hodges

Donald and Dr. Victoria Holmsten

Deborah Honstad

Horiba International Corporation

Norman and Sue Howey

Lloyd and Dana Husted

James and Mary Lou Jacobs

Raymond John

Ken Johnson

Sandra Johnson

Susan Johnson

Jack Kant

Fred Karlin

Kenneth Kernagis

Karen King

Pete and Jeanette Kinnas

Janet Kittell

Arthur Kraemer

Mary Kraly

Paul and Janet Krmpotich

Michael and Diana Lacey

Michael and Dolores Lane

Diana Lang

Georgia Lewis

Larry and Melanie Lewis

William Lewis

Laura Liebel

Debbie Limback

Russell Litke

Lee-anne Lord

Murdoch Maloney

Debra Manwill

Dr. Julius Manz

Cori Mapp

Valerie Martin

Carolyn Martinez

Maria Martinez

Monica Martinez

Kimberly Mathes

James McBee

Mari McClanahan

Terry McCollister

Muriel McCulloch

Jerry McKeen

Douglas and Cynthia McNealy

Dr. John and Dorothy McNeill

William McQueen

Melissa Meechan

Sarah Menapace-Walker

Mercy Regional Medical Center

Scott Michlin

Millennium Insurance Agency

Dr. Jimmy and Sylvia Miller

Therese Millis

Rebecca Minton

Dr. Ralph and Annette Moorehead

Mo-Te, Inc.

Mary Mould

Allan Nass

Newcomers Club of San Juan County

Donna Ogilvie

Tony Otero

Donella Owen

Randy Pacheco

Dr. Judith Palier

Lowell Parrish

Laura Pate

Randall and Sherry Paxson

Shelley Peterson

Michele Picotte

Hart and Susan Pierce

Jim and Gina Quesenbury

Jeffery and Vonda Rabuck

Cathy Radojits

Krista Rainwater

James and Dr. Vicky Ramakka

Jael Raymond

Red Mesa Trading Co., Inc.

Marie Redenbach

Theresa Reherman

Jean Ritzenthaler

John Ritzenthaler

Patricia Roach

Lois Roberts

Barbara Rodrigue

James Rooker

Major Robert and Mary Rozzell

Bonnie Rung

San Juan College Tutoring Center

Marilyn Sanders

Leonard and Pam Scalzi

Mindi-Kim Schrum

Marie Schumacher

Charles and Holly Self

Cuff and Noreen Sellmeyer

Jacqueline Sena

George and Melissa Sharpe

Dr. Joseph Sharpe

Dr. Nancy Shepherd

David and Helen Smith

Samuel Smith

Garry and Marie Smothers

Brian Steen

Collin and Sherida Stewart

George and Jennifer Stewart

Carr and Willie Stolworthy

Dennis Swenk

Matthew and Joan Symonds

Mark and Joellen Talbot

Kenneth and Patricia Tharp

Richard and Shirley Toliver

Nicole Triplett

Harold Tso, Jr.

Mip van Suchtelen

Wagon Wheel Pawn and Trading

Company

LuAnn Walton

Wells Fargo Wealth Management

Group

Jason Wentz

John and Dorothy Westerman

Miles and Valerie Wheeler

John and Marilyn White

Russell Whiting

Gail Williams

Robert and Cindy Williams

Vernon Willie

Jeanne Wilson

John and Debby Witner

Bart Womack

Jeffrey Wood

Dr. David Wright

Lisa Wurtz

Christine Young

Jane Zalesky

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

Allen Theatres (2)

APS-Four Corners Power Plant (3)

Automotive Service Excellence

Bank of America (2)

Bob and Betty Berry

W. L. Blasingame Family

Scott and Eleanor Brown

BP

Ken and Joy Campbell

Chevron USA

Citizens Bank

Dr. Stephen and Violet Clark

Consolidation Coal Company

Wayne and Cassie Dallas

“Treacherously”

Maxine M. and John A. Dean, Sr.

Desk and Derrick Club of Farmington

Joyce and Harry Donald

Rex and Nancy Dunn

Ellucian

Farmington Rotary Club

Farmington Savings Bank

Garfield Street Foundation of Santa Fe

GED Students – J. Wayne Tarpley

Jack and Twila Goodding

Grade Court – Coleman Family

Foundation

Dr. Robert and Monica Grossheim

Curtis & Becky Gurley

Manuel and Thelma Hastings

Holiday Inn of Farmington

Independent Mobility Systems

Eleanor Norman Kelly Nursing

Kiwanis Club of Farmington

Jim and Betty Kleinegger

Kenneth W. Larsen

Law Enforcement

Dick and Laura Ledbetter

J. Greg and Rita Merrion

Merrion Oil & Gas Corporation

Mountain Air Drilling Service

Company, LLP

N.A.C.E. International Sandia

Mountain Section

New Mexico Land Title Association

“Chili Currier”

New Mexico Student Loans

Northwest District Dental Society of

New Mexico

Northwest NM National Association of

Life Underwriters

Orthopedic Associates PA

Petroleum Accountants Society of

San Juan Basin (2)

PNM / San Juan Generating Station (2)

PTA 1998

Gregg Price

Renews Auto Parts and Equipment

Richardson Bannahan

Austin Roberts-Lois Roberts Givler

San Juan County Board of Realtors

San Juan Regional Medical Center

San Juan College Automotive /ASE

Dr. Carol Spencer

Myron and Revis Taylor

Nick and Shirley Tinnin

Totah Chapter of the Military Officers

Association of America

Toyota Technical Education Network

(T-TEN)

Tres Rios A.B.A.T.E. of New Mexico, Inc.

Waste Management of New Mexico, Inc.

Marlo and Louise Webb

Dr. Stuart and Jane Wilson (2)

Ziems Ford Corners

ENDOWED MEMORIAL

SCHOLARSHIPS

Aileen R. Stage Memorial

Angie Amerman Memorial

Beverly Bakkum Memorial

Robert and Bernice Bayless Memorial

John J. Benally Memorial

Goldie and Quenton Brewer Memorial

John Carl Brown Memorial (2)

John M. Christensen Memorial

Wilma R. Cochran Memorial

Herb Cox Memorial

Alva Dickerhoff Memorial (2)

James Dickerhoff Memorial

James and Margaret Dickerhoff

Memorial

Gladys Pauline Drake Memorial

Mary Dugan Memorial

Jack and Della Mae Echols Memorial

Roger Feurt Memorial

Herb Friddle Memorial

Melissa Ginn Memorial

Gary Golden Memorial

Celeste Elaine Gordon Memorial

Steven Griffith Memorial

Stanley Harland Memorial

Mary Harper Memorial

Head-Brady Memorial

Jeffrey B. Henderson Memorial

Jeffrey L. Hetrick Memorial

Dr. Robert & Joan Hume Memorial

Thomas Jacobs Memorial

Alvina Martinez Jaquez Memorial

Art Jaquez Memorial

Bobby Kellenaers Memorial

June and Charles Keller Memorial

C.O. Kendrick Memorial

Bryce King Memorial

Lucille Levine Memorial

Frank and Luke Martin Memorial

Kathy Cummins McDonald Memorial

Rubey McGarrh Memorial

Dr. Donald M. Megill Memorial

Mesa Air Group Pilot Memorial

Colgan Thomas Mumma Memorial

Joy Noel Memorial

C.H. and Linda Nye Memorial

Shirley K. Thompson Paulek

Memorial

Red and Ted Pennington Memorial

Edwin A. Rhodes Memorial

Ray, Terri, and Gregory Rhodes

Memorial

Dr. John Ritzenthaler Memorial

Father Kenneth Robertson Memorial

Nancy Sandel Memorial

Harold E. Schaefer, Jr. Memorial

Sadie Schreiber Memorial

Joseph William Tarpley / Fran

Sandoval Memorial

Clinton and Dixie Taylor Memorial

H. Merrill Taylor Memorial

Miriam Mumma Taylor Memorial (2)

Charles and Viola Titus Memorial

Angelo Turano Memorial

Douglas C. and Thelma Ruth Wade

Memorial

Lorraine L. Wadman Memorial

Brian Christopher Wagner Memorial

Gary and Ben Walling Memorial

Walters Family Memorial

Joe and Joy Watson Memorial

K.O. Wilbanks Memorial

Raho Williams Memorial

Grace B. Wilson Memorial

Kenneth and Loah Woodrum

Memorial

ENDOWED STUDENT AWARDS

Bryce and Cecilia Ballinger-King

Chemistry Prize

Lucy Student Award

San Juan Basin Chapter of New

Mexico Society of CPAs

San Juan College Transfer Student

Award

Gayle Dean, San Juan College Foundation executive director,

congratulated student speakers on their accomplishments at

the Foundation Scholarship Reception. Pictured left to right:

Elaine Myers, Spencer Church, Gayle Dean, Lauren Wright.

ENDOWED FACULTY AWARDS

Annabelle Friddle Faculty Excellence

Award

Lou and Ruth Allison Faculty

Excellence Award

ENDOWED STAFF AWARDS

Fran Sandoval Support Staff

Excellence Award

Stu and Jane Wilson Professional

Staff Excellence Award

ENDOWED DISTINGUISHED

TEACHING CHAIRS

General Studies / Annabelle Friddle

Literacy and Math / Sam and Sherry

Butler, Citizens Bank, David and

Maxine Pierce

Native American Studies / BHP

Billiton New Mexico Coal

Nursing / Tom, Sherman and Sally

Dugan

ENDOWED PROGRAM SUPPORT

Allied Health Programs

Myrle Bogle Memorial – Library

Support

Mary Elizabeth Christian – Native

American Nursing Students

Mentoring & Tutoring

Bert Levine – Library Support

Colgan Thomas Mumma Memorial –

Music Programs

Lincoln O’Brien Foundation – General

Miriam Mumma Taylor Memorial –

Library Support

United States Department of

Education – Title III

ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Harry S. Allen Memorial

American Petroleum Institute – Four

Corners Chapter

American Society of Safety Engineers

Four Corners Chapter

Bloomfield Senior Center

Building Trades

Chevron USA Energy Programs

Chevron USA General Programs

Chevron USA Petroleum Technology

Lease Operator

James Childers Memorial

Coleman Family Foundation Grade

Court

ConocoPhillips Company

DaimlerChrysler

Roy G. Dalpra Memorial

Daniels Opportunity Award

Desk and Derrick Club of Farmington

Farmington Evening Lions Club

Four Corners Conference for

Professional Development

Debbie Gonzales Memorial

Grainger Tools for Tomorrow

Intel Corporation

Key to the World of Music and

Theatre

Bert Levine

Kinder Morgan Foundation

N.A.C.E. International Sandia

Mountain Section

Newcomers Club of San Juan County

New Mexico Dental Foundation

New Mexico Professional Surveyors

Association, Robert B. Stannard

Jr. Memorial

New Mexico Society of Professional

Engineers - SJ Basin Chap.,

Robert B. Stannard Jr. Memorial

Betty M. Noggle Memorial

Pinon Hills Golf Association, S. A.

“Tinny” Sandoval Memorial

Debbie Prell Memorial Math &

Science

San Juan County Commissioners

San Juan County Fair Executive

Board

San Juan County Gem & Mineral

Society

San Juan Educational Retirees

Association

School of Energy Gas Compression

“Show Me The Money”

Josh Smith Technical

Ray Stevens Memorial

J. Wayne Tarpley GED

Wells Fargo and Aztec Well Servicing

Golf Scramble

Williams Foundation

Dean and Betty Wolcott

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Annual Report Data 2011-12

Annual Report Data 2011-12

CREDIT ACTIVITIES

Annual 2010-11 2011-12

Annual 2010-11 2011-12 Annual 2010-11 2011-12 Annual 2010-11 2011-12 Annual 2010-11 2011-12 Annual 2010-11 2011-12

Annual Student Count (unduplicated)* 18,068 18,456

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 5,404 5,499

Degrees and Certificates 2011/12 848 1,108

*The annual unduplicated student count is less than the sum of semester

unduplicated student counts as some students attended more than

one semester.

Summer 11

Student Count (unduplicated) 5,177 5,231

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 643 627

Credit Course/Sections 727 720

Fall 11

Student Count (unduplicated) 11,239 11,579

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 2,400 2,514

Credit Course/Sections 1,789 1,893

Spring 12

Student Count (unduplicated) 10,489 10,534

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 2,362 2,359

Credit Course/Sections 1,835 1,882

Early Admit / Dual Credit – High School

Early Admit

Student Count (unduplicated) 92 121

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 20 31

Credit Course/Sections (enrolled in). 147 205

Dual Credit

Student Count (unduplicated) 454 567

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 111 128

Credit Course/Sections (enrolled in) 271 359

Center for Workforce Training**

Student Count (unduplicated) 58 591

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 3 23

Credit Course/Sections 12 116

**Several CWT non-credit courses were changed to credit in 2011-12

accounting for the large increase in credit activity from 2010-11 to

2011-12.

ENCORE

Student Count (unduplicated) 780 810

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 59 65

Credit Course/Sections 139 144

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Online Learning

Student Count (unduplicated) 3,966 4,390

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 1,135 1,198

Credit Course/Sections 670 744

OFF-CAMPUS CENTERS

San Juan College East

Credit Enrollment (duplicated) 1,035 900

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 82 73

Credit Course/Sections 88 77

Non-credit Student Count (unduplicated) 62 30

Kids Kollege Student Count 23 30

Non-credit Course/Sections 8 6

Kids Kollege Course/Sections 4 6

Non-credit Contact Hours 1,056 430

Adult Education Patron Usage

(GED, ABE, ESL, Project Read) 53 46

Other Patron Usage N/A 13,054

San Juan College West

Credit Enrollment (duplicated) 653 615

Full-time Equivalent Credits (annualized) 77 76

Credit Course/Sections 52 51

Non-credit Student Count (unduplicated) 0 18

Kids Kollege Student Count 0 18

Non-credit Course/Sections 0 2

Kids Kollege Student Count 0 2

Non-credit Contact Hours 0 210

Adult Education Patron Usage

(GED, ABE, ESL, Project Read) 66 44

Library Gate Count 20,600 19,678

Other Patron Usage 15,824 13,227

NON-CREDIT ACTIVITIES

Adult Education

Total Students

(completed minimum of 12 hours of instruction) 811 636

Beginning Literacy (Project Read) 21 33

Adult Basic Education 561 568

Adult Secondary Education 28 22

English as a Second Language 201 114

GED Graduates (who went through

Adult Education program) 110 94

GED Graduates (who passed GED in

11-12 and attended SJC ABE

program in previous years) N/A 70

Center for Student Engagement

Students Tutored (unduplicated) 1,912 2,162

On-line Tutorials Available to Students 122 136

Smart Lab Users (unduplicated) 1,173 1,265

Smart Lab Contact Hours 7,417 14,504

New Student Orientation / Registration 495 1,822

Center for Workforce Training***

Student Count (unduplicated) 872 203

Student Enrollment (duplicated) 1,191 203

Contract Training and Center for

Workforce Course/Sections 125 23

Student Contact Hours 13,427 978

Organizations Served 72 9

***Several CWT non-credit courses were changed to credit in 2011-12 accounting

for the large decrease in non-credit activity from 2010-11 to 2011-12.

Child and Family Resources Departments

Child and Family Development Center

Practicum Students Supervised (unduplicated) 92 45

Practicum Student Contact Hours 4,650 1,790

Direct Services to Children 189 181

Families Provided Direct Services 374 152

Service Learning Hours N/A 82

Nursing Student Practicum Hours N/A 144

College Student Observation Hours N/A 295

Regional Conference Attendance 62 28

Organizations Served 9 12

Training and Technical Assistance Program

Workshops/Training Events Offered 112 157

Workshops/Training Events Total Hours 1,600 2,760

Child Care and Service Referrals 100 88

Toy Lending Library/Parent Resource

Check-out 225 573

Technical Assistance Hours to Child

Care Centers 1,485 1,325

Workshops/Training Events Enrollment

(duplicated) 900 1,572

Community Learning Center (including Kids Kollege)****

Student Count (unduplicated) 2,268 1,777

Kids Kollege Student Count 584 562

Student Enrollment (duplicated) 3,902 3,204

Kids Kollege Enrollment 1,387 1,359

Course/Sections 350 322

Kids Kollege Course/Sections 142 141

Contact Hours 42,827 38,625

Kids Kollege Contact Hours 14,355 13,822

****In 2011-2012, CLC did not include Bus Institute. With Bus Institute, Student

Enrollment (duplicated) is 3,530 and Contact Hours are 42,393.

Dental

Number of Patients 2,314 2,332

Enterprise Center

Companies in Business Incubation (on-site all year) 10 12

Graduate Companies This Year 2 2

Square Footage Leased:

Office Space 51% 71%

Production Space 53% 63%

Companies Involved Since December ’99 51 53

Estimate of Direct Jobs Created on Annual Basis 39 38

Facility Usage by Community

Meeting Rooms 41,960 43,041

Theater, Music, Art, Performance 48,496 47,976

Fire Tower

Number of Days Used 159 171

User Groups Served 9 14

Number of Students 2,503 2,544

Health and Human Performance Center

Health and Human Performance Center

Total Number of Visits 186,535 202,959

Group Exercise Participants 14,944 16,296

Outside User Groups Participants 2,965 3,682

Climbing Facility

Total Number of Participants 8,190 9,624

Community Program/Birthday Party

Celebration Participants 4,782 4,388

Day Climbers 3,408 5,236

High Endeavors Challenge Course

Total Number of Participants 718 1,413

San Juan College Participants 168 212

Community Participants 358 560

Farmington Municipal Schools Participants 192 641

Outdoor Equipment Rental Center

Total Rentals 513 487

Total User Days 14,364 13,586

Community Events

Leadership New Mexico Raft Rides 22 26

Outdoor Film Festival Patrons 120 125

Intramural

Intramural Participants 2,109 1,347

5K All Terrain Race Participants 21 7

Fit Club Participants 172 180

Softball Tourney Participants 87 113

Library

Use of Library

Online Databases Accessed 335,105 490,898

Students Attending Library Skill Instruction 3,419 3,378

Reference Queries 2,735 3,633

Interlibrary Loan Transactions 1,560 1,368

Library Facilities

Books Housed 101,644 98,602

Full-text Electronic Journals 39,129 38,142

Full-text Electronic Books 21,435 23,443

Books in Spanish 1,256 1,234

Books in the Southwest Room 6,702 7,644

Books in the Carter Memorial Room

(Earth Science) 2,192 2,192

Law Library 17,586 17,931

Salmon Ruins Museum Library 3,925 4,106

Center for Teaching Excellence 1,187 1,245

SJC West Campus Library 9,934 7,388

Journals 309 256

English Newspapers Online 2,408 3,175

Spanish Newspapers Online 146 173

Online Databases 101 94

Gate Count (visitors to library) 145,537 146,919

Main Circulation (items borrowed) N/A 26,508

Planetarium

Shows 185 188

Guests 8,468 8,751

Small Business Development Center

Workshops 49 57

Workshop Attendance 520 652

Number of Clients Counseled 670 477

New Businesses 28 26

Jobs Created 87 108

Jobs Retained N/A 19

Volunteer Center

SJC Students Participating in Service Learning 727 955

SJC Instructors Assisting Service Learning 50 54

Community Members Referred to Volunteer

Opportunities 54 90

Volunteers Engaged in Community Projects 57 315

San Juan College I 2012 Annual Report

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Budget 2012-13

San Juan College Budget 2012-13

(for fiscal year ending 6/30/2013)Revenues

State Appropriations 23,198,700

Local Taxes 14,770,267

Tuition and Fees 11,342,740

Sales and Services 1,720,640

Investment Income 398,768

Contracts and Grants 240,458

Other Revenue 877,467

Total Revenue 52,549,040

Expenditures

Instruction 26,391,531

Academic Support 4,381,461

Student Support 4,926,328

Institutional Support 6,621,216

Physical Plant 6,090,990

Public Service 1,725,998

Student Aid 327,000

Independent Operations 210,477

Other* 1,874,039

Total Expenditures 52,549,040

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San Juan College I 2012 Annual Report

Net Excess/(Deficit) 0

* Other includes set asides for capital improvements, renewal or

replacement of facilities and equipment, and support of other auxiliary

or internal service operations.

Source: Approved 2012-13 Operating Budget

San Juan College

4601 College Boulevard

Farmington, NM 87402

505-326-3311

www.sanjuancollege.edu

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