SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Minutes
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Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on February 12, 1997 where it was discussed whether the South City Campus could provide a community service by allowing non-students to use the gym or possibly make some money by charging a fee. Concerns about the Applied Technology Education secondary and post-secondary students, as well as building plans of construction or remodeling of an Applied Technology Center. The fact sheet of the College was said that addressed some legislative questions/concerns and was announced that further discussions were going to be held about the Weapons Policy. President Budd shared the fact that he did a presentation to the Joint Higher Education and Public Education Appropriations regarding the pilot program for the Applied Technology Education. An explanation was given to the Trustees regarding the discovery of some high school faculty member were teaching their full high school assignment for the college and a brief discussion took place regarding qualified teachers, quality of courses taught, minimal standards, etc. The Drug and Alcohol Policy was discussed and said that any violation for an act on any site or in relation to any of the College activities would be required to report it to the College. As a legislative update it was discussed that the legislature is worried with unfilled positions and that may affect the budget recommendation, as well, it was said that the legislature want to increase the average teaching workload. The budget status report was discussed, and it was said that SLCC's growth was less than 2%, meaning no enrollment growth. The partnership between the College, PBS and KULC Channel 9 was discussed and reviewed enrollment, facilities, etc. and said that the purpose of it was to made it possible to put together programs to facilitate students gain a degree via distance.
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