SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Agenda
Salt Lake Community College
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Memorandum dated on February 3rd, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on February 12, 1997 where President Budd announced a buffet breakfast for the meeting, and some topics that will be discussed and included some of the documents that would be discussed, some of them are: the Investment Report, minutes of the January Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the major Grants Requested/Received, the change of name of the Department of "Ethnic Minority Health and Human Services" to "Social Work Department" (attached is the justification and description of the program), the Student Service Report (shows activities, events, a luncheon with High School counselors, financial aide update, services and athletics), the Academic Report (that highlights that the Social Work Department has developed two new courses to be introduced spring quarter: "Human Behavior in the Social Environment" and a policy course which looks at the delivery of services to ethnic and minority groups), the Development and Fund raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events. At the end a Brochure announcing the collaboration of the Salt Lake Community College and KULC Channel 9 and PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) to offer a general studies associate of science or associate of art degree through telecourses, internet and a campus video check out program. A fact sheet about the college was attaches as well as the State of the College Report and the capital facilities presentation.
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