SLCC Board of Trustees 1986-04-09: Agenda
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Agenda for the Institutional Council members sent by President Orville D. Carnahan regarding the topics to discuss at the Meeting of April 9th, 1986 of the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake. President Carnahan announce plans to discuss the Honorary Doctorate Recipients and a lawsuit being pursued by former students of a program on National Semi-conductor technology. It was reported that the Skills Center received an award and talks about the budget cuts imposed by the Legislature and the ways in which we are handling them. The review of the Revised Fair Labor Standards Act Policy and the Revised Overtime Policy were going to be modified since changes in the law needed to be incorporated. Minutes of the Institutional Council at the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on March 12, 1986 determined that the College should issue the Honorary Doctorates instead of the Distinguished Service Awards. Appointments of a Committee to review and recommend Candidates for the Award. Reports such as Investment, the revised Employment of Relatives Policy and the Quarterly Report of New Hires were approved and attached. On the President's report it was shown that the College received funding for the Aircraft Maintenance Program. Concerns about the low Salary increase approved by the Legislature was discussed. Calls to keep the Skills Center were made and ideas were shared about how to keep this center and approach legislators with the College. Joan Burnside said we need to discuss a procedure for making the College become a community college and recognized as such in the area. Legislature approved a 6% increase in the Tuition and Fee schedule and was attached. Plans to purchase computers for the College and increase hours of computer literacy for students. The Students Services Committee Report was attached. The complete list of participating job expo '86 businesses was attached. A schedule for activities and services hours for the Spring Quarter 1986 was attached. The Institutional Roles and Missions : "Academic Drift", the Institutional Roles and Missions : "Continuing Education and Outreach" reaffirming the College guides and objectives were attached. The report of the Development Office regarding Foundation, grants and contracts was attached.
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