The West Shore Community College Board of trustees met last night. Paul Smogoleski was celebrated as employee of the semester. “Politics” was cited as the hold up for the Michigan Community College association report. An Art donation to the college was gratefully accepted. The 50th anniversary spotlight reviewed West Shores relationship with the Career Technical program and the benefit that the partnership contributes to the community. Enrollment has risen overall. Inclusion of Dual enrollment students raised questions regarding what should be reflected in enrollment numbers. As the meetinging came to a close, President Kenneth Urban explained the Higher learning Commission's offer of a choice to change West Shores accreditation from AQIP to Open Pathways. President Urban said that the staff were supportive of this 10 yr commitment to change accreditation to Open Pathways.