SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-03-13: Minutes
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Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on march 13, 1996 where it was notified that the Trustees had receive a letter of Concern from the College Faculty Senate and was noted that the Board of Trustees is responsible to monitor certain areas within the institution and report to the Commissioner of Higher Education any known violations of Utah law and/or Board of Regents Policies and Procedures. Calls were made to do nominations for the Honorary Degree Committee, stressing that those nominations should be accompanied by documentary materials and include nominees' contributions in many facets to the College, state and community. In the Tuition and fee schedule for 1996-97 it was agreed that the same rate would be set as in 1995-1996, and move $1 from recreation to athletics. The Human Resource Technology program explained the proposal for this new program, claiming that students must be trains not just in law, but how to run a business with fair treatment of all employees and addresses disability, sexual harassment and gender issues. Talks about the planning of the 90th South campus were shared, and concerns arise for the lack of participation of faculty for this project, as well as President Budd praised Richard Rhodes and Gordon Storrs for their work on the campus. The retirement of Ann Erickson, academic vice president was announced. Concerns were shared about legislative actions and the budget for the next year. Efforts to improve the Costumer Quality in the College were shared and the strategic planning cycles were reviewed. The first reading of the Consensual relations policy was done and brief comments about it were made. The educational Reimbursement policy was read thoughts about this policy were about allowing full-time employees to have the opportunity for individual growth and development and some conditions were shared.
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