SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-02-11: Agenda
Salt Lake Community College
monthly reportsadministrative reportsinvestmentstenureTeachersminutesEmployeesgrantsGiftsdepartmentsadministrative structureSkills CenterelectronicsProgramsVocational educationcertificationlegislative actsEconomic policyapprenticeshipstudent projectsstudent aidStudent aspirationsPrison educationcorrectional institutionsFund raisingEvents
Memorandum dated on February 4th, 1998, for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on February 11, 1998 where President Budd announces the action items to be approved or denied and information to be presented in reports. All documents set to be presented at the meeting were attached in this agenda as it follows: The investment Report, the Tenure Document, Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the requests to Transfer dance Classes to the Fine Arts Department and Nutrition and health classes to the Physical Education Department (institutional signatures are shown), the Fast Track, Non-Credit programs offered only through the Skills Center: Microcomputer Electronics Technician, Electronics Technicians, Microprocessor Services and Support Technician, Accounting Clerk (includes programs descriptions, courses in the program, certifications that could be pursued, job information, cost and some instructors), the Legislative and Budget Update (Has an act for Fiscal Year 1998-99 for legislative appropriation for Adult Apprenticeship-Related instruction program, an initiative for Adult Apprenticeship-Related Instruction Programs and the 1998-99 Budget Request Summary) the Students Services Report (regarding activities, events, scholarships updates, the Alcohol & Drug Education Program, the Fall 1997 Academic reports for Athletes, community service. It includes an announcement from the Career & Transfer Center to help students choose their academic path), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (Announcing that the Division of Continuing Education has a contract with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to teach construction and materials technicians throughout the state, it said that the Prison Electronics Program graduates its first student), the Skills Center Report (It reported that the Center is working the Granite School District YESS program to offer Electronics Assembly to the youth in custody at Decker Lake and Wasatch You correctional facilities), the Development and Fund-Raising report and the Calendar of Up-Coming Events.
Digitized by: Salt Lake Community College
digitized other analog
Original version: SLCC President's Office. Archival digital version: SLCC Digital Archives. IN COPYRIGHT.
PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.