Committees

Investment Committee

The Investment Committee has the responsibility of monitoring and investing the endowment funds of the Foundation. This committee is made up of at least three members of the Foundation Board and the Campus Dean of the College. The chairperson of this committee is the Foundation Treasurer.

 

Legislative Committee

The duties of the Legislative Committee are to work with local and state legislators regarding all legislation affecting higher education and make recommendations that will be in the best interest of Dakota College at Bottineau. The Legislative Committee is made up of members of the Foundation, the public at large, and/or employees of Dakota College at Bottineau. The Foundation President appoints the chairperson of this committee. 

 

Endowment Committee

The duties of the Endowment Committee are to establish policies and procedures regarding terms of acceptance of all gifts received by the Foundation. These policies and procedures will develop the parameters for soliciting outside resources for the benefit of Dakota College at Bottineau. The chairperson of this committee is the Foundation Vice-President. 

 

Annual Fund Committee

The duties of the Annual Fund Committee are to solicit funds from local businesses and individuals within our service area. This will be accomplished by the Annual Fund Drive. This committee is made up of members of the Board with the chairperson being appointed by the Foundation President.

 

Scholarship & Faculty Development Committee

The Scholarship & Faculty Development Committee reviews and administers the funds used for student scholarships and faculty development requests as recommended by Foundation policies. The chairperson of this committee is the college registrar. The Alumni President, Logroller President and the college financial aid officer are also members of this committee.

 

Development & Planning Committee

The duties of the Development & Planning Committee are to develop strategies and ways to expand the base of Foundation endowments outside our service area. These ideas may be presented to the Executive Committee and recommended to the Foundation Board. The college contact is the college registrar. The chairperson is chosen from and by the committee with approval by the Foundation President.

 

Evergreen Dinner & Auction

The committee plans and conducts the annual dinner auction fundraising event. The President of the Foundation appoints the chairperson(s) of the committee.

 

Nominating & Recruitment Committee

The duties of this committee are to recruit and nominate new board members. The chairperson of this committee is the Chairman of the Foundation Board. The Foundation officers and the Executive Dean are also members of this committee.

 

Alumni Committee

In June of 1996 the Dakota College at Bottineau Alumni Association became a standing committee of the Dakota College at Bottineau Foundation. The duties of this committee are to carry out all projects, fundraisers and business of the Alumni Association. The Dakota College at Bottineau Alumni Association Board of Directors and officers make up this committee along with the Foundation Vice-President and Campus Dean.

 

Logrollers

In June of 1998, the Logrollers became a standing committee of the Dakota College at Bottineau Foundation. The duties of this committee are to carry out all projects, fundraisers and business of the Logroller organization (sports boosters). The Dakota College at Bottineau Logroller governing board and officers make up this committee. The Foundation Vice-President and Campus Dean are also members of this committee.

 

Evergreen

Evergreen, the annual dinner auction fundraising event, is held annually the last Saturday in September. This fundraiser includes a buffet dinner, silent auction, raffles and a live auction. All gift items for this event are generously donated by businesses, individuals, organizations, artists and craftspeople from Bottineau and the surrounding area. Proceeds from Evergreen are used for student scholarships, recruitment and the promotion of Dakota College at Bottineau.

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