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The Minitex Shared Print Operations Committee (MNSPOC) manages a shared print retention partnership supported by academic and research libraries across the state of Minnesota. MNSPOC's membership includes one member representative from each participating organization. Each participating organization is permitted one alternate member who can attend Committee meeting and cast a vote in the absence of the official representative.

MNSPOC reports to the Minitex Policy Advisory Committee (MPAC). MPAC’s membership structure ensures that academic libraries will have representative oversight, while also better integrating the shared print project with library efforts like resource sharing across the state.


Augsburg University
Mary Hollerich
Mike Bloomberg - Alternate

Bemidji State University
Dianne Narum

Bethel University
Rhonda Gilbraith

Concordia College
Laurie Probst 
Theresa Borchert - Alternate

Concordia University Saint Paul
Jeanine Gatzke
Jon Neilson - Alternate 

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
David Wuolu

Hamline University 
Mary O'Dea
Leah Kodner - Alternate 

Macalester College
Katy Gabrio 

Metropolitan State University
Beth Clausen
Becca Peters - Alternate

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Chris Corley
Evan Rusch - Alternate

Minnesota State University, Moorhead
Jean Kramer
Karen Qualey - Alternate

North Central University
Rachelle Waldon

Northwestern Health Sciences University
Emily Waitz

Jill Holman
Dani Kroon - Alternate

Southwest Minnesota State University
Pam Gladis

St. Catherine University 
Cindy Graham 

St. Cloud State
Rhonda Huisman
Robin Ewing - Alternate

University of Minnesota Crookston
Betsy Ferwerda
Keri Youngstrand - Alternate

University of Minnesota Duluth
Lisa Wheeler

University of Minnesota Morris
Angela Vetsch

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Kirsten Clark
Mary Miller - Alternate

University of Northwestern St. Paul
Ruth McGuire
Nathan Farley - Alternate

University of St. Thomas 
Meg Manahan 

Winona State University
Vernon Leighton