SLCC Board of Trustees 1984-11-14: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Minutes of the Utah Technical College on November 7th, 1984 communicating the agenda for the next meeting at the College about cooperation with the University of Utah, the review of the Copyright Policy, the Enrollment Report, the results of the Flexible Retirement Plan and the Quarterly Hiring Report. The Minutes of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake was conducted on November 14, 1984 talk about the formal contract between the College and the Foundation and included a copy. It was announce that in-depth meetings were taking place with the University of Utah to help students who used both Colleges' services. Booklets "Introduction to Action Plan for Higher Education" and "Women in Economic Crises" were presented attached with a fact sheet by the Governor's task force to integrate women into the workforce. A Superboard was proposed, it would reduce the Board of Regents and the State Board of Education to 7 members. The 'Airplane mechanics program" was proposed and agree to be discussed in the November Regents meetings. I was reported that the Foundation proposed an incentive for faculty for an extra good job in annual bases; as well 10 scholarships were proposed and an agreement of separation between the Foundation and the College was made. The Copyright policy [Photocopying of Copyrighted Materials for Classroom Use] (for printed material, not photographic, audio or video materials) was reviewed by the College Senate and approved by the Administrative Council. More enrollments than two-year Colleges was reported as well as the Telephone registration option. A letter under the title of "Future plans of UTC-SL to handle student growth" was attached. A memo announcing the Parcourse Fitness Cluster availability for the community was attached. The recreation and intramural sports report was attached.
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