These services are free and available to students on all five of NCTC’s campuses. Regents also approved the transfer of $2 million in board reserves to fund facilities-related projects in professor in nursing the 600 building on the Gainesville campus. With these funds, the 600 building will be transformed into a student hub, housing a new dining and student services facility. Vice president of administrative affairs Robbie Baugh presented a food services contract renewal to the board. The board approved the five-year contract with Great Western Dining for the fiscal years 2017-22, at an 11 percent increase in cost. Great Western Dining Services has been the sole provider of food services on the Gainesville campus since 1994. “With the expected opening of new dining and student services facilities in January 2018,” Baugh said. “Great Western Dining has agreed to provide additional meals and extended hours of service once that facility is complete.” Great Western has committed to put $150,000 toward kitchen equipment for the new dining facility, as well. Regents also voted on election judges and the maximum number of election clerks for the Jun 17 board run-off election.