SLCC Board of Trustees 1984-07-11: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Memorandum dated on August 2, 1984 and July 3, 1984, first regarding the announcement of the next meeting on September, second, about subjects to review on the agenda for the next meeting, including the state of the College, administration changes, the possibility of an Institutional Council retreat, administrative services, budget, etc. The minutes were from the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on July 11, 1984 welcoming Susan Turner, new Associated Students of Utah Technical College President, to the Council, as a member. A copy of the President's State of the College speech is attached. President Carnahan described the administrative changes of Jim Schnirel and Kent Ferrel and the President mentioned one more change being planned for the Development office, as Burton Talmage's replacement. President Carnahan asked the Council members if they would be interested in attending an Institutional Council Retreat with the College administration. Concerns about the Skills Center being taken out from under the College's administration and put under the direction of an area of the State Board of Education was discussed. The Student Code of Ethics was attached and approved. A brief outline of the plan for spending of the discretionary funds was reviewed by the members and a list of categories where discretionary monies were spent was attached. The proposed Employee Relations and Organizations Policy and the proposed Promotion and Transfer Policy were discussed, approved and attached. In the attachments can be found the President's State of the College Speech, the Letter on Skills Center Governance, the Preliminary Budget and the List of categories oir discretionary monies. A document expressing future plans of UTC-SL to handle student growth was attached with the letter of reaffirmed accreditation of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. The dean of Students report was attached.
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