SLCC Board of Trustees 1984-03-14: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Memorandum date on March 6, 1984 regarding the implementation of a new structure for the Institutional Council meeting and the Agenda, as well as the announcement about the minutes to be mailed at each participant, instead of being delivered in person to each member physically. The minutes of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on March 14, 1984 were attached and talked about the acquisition of the Jordan School, therefore plans about moving the Skills Center started to be shared. The Distinguished Services Award was discussed as much as the Accreditation Team visit for April 10. It was decided that the President Carnahan had to join the Rotary Club and asked to approve the use of College funds to pay for his membership. The tuition increase was increased by eight percent and was advised to increase approximately around twelve percent. Louise Henson made a motion that the Institutional Council approve the formation of a committee to form an adequate merit pay system for all areas of salaried staff, faculty, etc. Concerns for need of Hispanic students and females was shown. A congratulation letter to the winners of the DECA competition of the State was attached. A Memo send to John Klas regarding a change on the Money Management Act was attached. A letter informing the creation of the Merit Committee and a couple of recommendations for the merit pay was attached .The proposed Tuition schedule and the proposed academic calendar for 1984-85. A memo regarding a complaint for the inaccessibility for persons with disabilities of the Downtown Campus was attached.
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