SLCC Board of Trustees 1983-05-11: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Minutes of the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake Institutional Council held Wednesday, May 11, 1983. This minutes have a Memorandum informing of a postponed meeting at the Downtown Campus Skills Center, the Distinguished Service Awards. There is a copy of the approved tuition and fee schedule for CEU (College of Easter Utah) and UTC-Provo (Utah Technical College at Provo) to review the increase of tuition and fees at the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake. A reminder to Submit the Building Board to the Capital Facilities Requests for the 1984-85 was written. A proposal for the enrollment limits for 1983-84 written by the President Carnahan was attached. At the beginning of the regular report Chairman Prows announce his resignation as Chairman, therefore he entertained nomination for the office of Chairman of the Institutional Council. The person who won the Distinguished Service Award was announced. President Carnahan reviewed the chart of resident tuition and recommended increasing student fees and discussed the usage of the processing fee and tuition increase. Mr. Talmage reported that Council Member Ingrid Sanz was elected President of the Alumni Council at their meeting on April 28, 1983. The Enrollment Limits for 1983-84 was approved. The proposed 1983-84 Academic Calendar and the Holiday Schedule was reviewed. Mr. Judd Morgan, Dean of Students, invited Council members to attend the Spring Fest activities as listed on the Student Services Report. The proposal for a Library Building was added to the list of Capital Facilities Requests for Higher Education. The Job Classification Policy was reviewed. Conflict of Interest Policy was reviewed and approved. Council Member Durrant moved that the Institutional Council accept the Non-Faculty Job Titles Policy. the Admission Philosophy, Policy and Procedure were attached.
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