SLCC Board of Trustees 1985-12-11: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
Utah Technical College at Salt Lake
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Memorandum dated on December 4th, 1985 regarding the agenda for the Institutional Council meeting on December 11th, 1985. Minutes of the Institutional Council at the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on December 11th, 1985 regarding the Master Plan for the Redwood Road campus, including considerations to make the College Center parking lot a paid lot so that there is a control point for that lot as well as connect the College Center to the Library, though the process to make that was estimated in five years, then, for the moment, studying spaces were going to be set at the College Center until the new Library Building was finished. Questions regarding the College Foundation audits were shared and answers followed. Policies such as the Policy on Emergency Preparedness, Investment Policy, Policy on Organization and Governance, Solicitation of Gifts, Gift Receipt and Acceptance were approved with the Report of New Hires (and included on the minutes). Desires to acquire a facility for a College in the East area of Salt Lake were shared. Matters about a committee of retired employees of the College initiatives to five their time "for free" to help in any way possible to the College was discussed. The Building Board's recommendation (Included as attachment) that will be presented to the Legislature was explained. A map of the Redwood Campus in 1985 was attached. The Student services committee report was attached. The development Office Report was attached, showing the actions of the Foundation, the Alumni committee, grants and contracts.
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