SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-05-08: Minutes
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Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on May 8th, 1996 where the Concurrent Enrollment issue with Granger High School and It was decided not to offer the Psychology class though alternatives were proposed, such as selecting specific materials and textbooks that were suitable for High School students. The people that had accepted Honorary Doctorate Degrees was announced. Mary Bangerter and Norman Riggs as Board of Trustees representatives on the Foundation Board was announced. The Utah State Building Board's FY97 Capital Improvement Funding Recommendations list was reviewed and said that the college would receive a certain quantity to be used for improvements at the South City Campus. President Budd informed the Trustees that the Board of Regents had approved the $1 increase in student fees. President Budd reported that the speaker of the House of Representatives, Mel Brown, spent the better part of the morning at SLCC. He spoke to a Political Science class, and then was given a tour of the campus (including the Markosian Library, Alder Amphitheater, the Lifetime Activities Center and Union Pacific Science and Industry Building) , including a demonstration of classroom technology. Simultaneously Senator Al Mansell taught a business class.
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