SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-11-13: Agenda
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Memorandum dated on November 4th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held November 13, 1996. Topics to discuss were announced and reports, minutes and the Calendar of Upcoming Events were attached at the agenda. The documents included were as it follows: Investment Report, Minutes of the October Board Meeting, Personnel Report, Major Grants Requested/Received, Budget and Capital Facilities Updates (has a memorandum to the State Board of Regents with recommendations for the 1997-98 Operating Budget and One-time Request, it contains some more information attached, such as a statement of the Budget Issue, the Applied Technology Education Request Summary, The Categorized Request Summaries, etc. that explains budget status and colleges and universities priorities and expenses), Institutional Investment Income Report, Annual Institutional Residence, Academic services Report (that includes updates about the library, the school of technology, humanities & science, and media services), Advisory Council Annual Report, The proposed Tenure Document for Revision (with standards of professional responsibility, statements of academic freedom, terms of Appointments, promotions and tenure, etc.), Student Services Report and the Development, Fund-Raising Report, and lastly there is attached the annual report el 1995-96 of the SLCC that shows some of the highlights that were done that year, as well as the expenditures, funds, enrollments, a map of SLCC locations).
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