SLCC Board of Trustees Papers

Throughout the history of the College, there have been appointed or elected groups of individuals assisting with the management of the College. From 1947 until 1959, there was a Salt Lake Area Vocational School Board. From 1959 until 1967, the group was renamed to the Salt Lake Trade Technical Institute Advisory Committee. The group was again renamed as Utah Technical College at Salt Lake Advisory Committee for the duration of 1967 to 1978. From 1978 through 1987 the group was known as the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake Institutional Council. In 1987 the College was renamed as Salt Lake Community College but the Institutional Council title remained through 1991. The SLCC Institutional Council resumed in 1992 under its current name, Salt Lake Community College Board of Trustees. This collection includes agendas, meeting minutes, and other documentation produced by these committees, councils and boards.


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SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-02-14: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-02-14: Agenda
Agenda dated on February 6, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting to be held and the reports to review, such as the investment report, the minutes of the January Meeting, Approval to hold an Executive Session or Sessions in March, Personnel Report and Major Grants Requested/Received. The Legislative and Budget Update and Capital Facilities Request Update will be presented. Insert is the Student Services Report (including the SLCC Student Association update, the alcohol & drug education, hires of three full time employees to help with Student orientations, the assessment center update, etc.), the Academic Report and the Development and Fund-Raising Report with the Calendar upcoming Events. Approved minutes from the meeting of January 10th, 1996 were attached., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-02-14: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-02-14: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on February 14th, 1996 where it is mention the presentation to the Capital Facilities Appropriations Committee and the Higher Education Appropriations Committee where he focused on the Business Building second phase and tried to avoid the use of parking spaces to add more classroom, though a request was made to construct a building on the new West Jordan Site, then it was announced the plan to create a mater plan for changes the next few years. President Budd thanked the legislators for their investment in technology in past years. Talks about sport events and the aesthetics of the Life Activity Center Building were shared. The student course 'Pack them in" offer a report, since it aims to help students who are concerned with their ability to perform in an academic setting, then President Budd expressed appreciation. A brief Report of the Gala was shared with a report concerning a donation for the nursing program., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-03-13: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-03-13: Agenda
Agenda dated on March 6, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting to be held on March 13, 1996. It was announced at the beginning of the agenda plans to take a photo of the board members. Some of the items that would be need approval are attached in this agenda, and they are as it follows: Investment Report, the Tuition and Fee Schedule for 1996-97 (that would affect three areas: Intramurals, Athletics, and Student Activities), the presentation for approval of the Human Resource Technology Program (contains the form of inscription and its mission, highlights and a draft of the proposal for an Associates Degree and the minutes of the meeting of the Human Resource Management Advisory Sub-Committee held in the Business Building regarding the creation of the program and its requirements), Minutes of the February Meeting, Approval to hold an Executive Session or Sessions in April, Personnel Report, the Strategic planning of cycles I-VI. Then, other reports, such as the Budget Status Report, or the Legislative Actions and the Summary of Session. The Student Services Report and the Academic Report are included with the Consensual Relations Policy, the Educational Reimbursement Policy, the Development and Fund-Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-03-13: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-03-13: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on march 13, 1996 where it was notified that the Trustees had receive a letter of Concern from the College Faculty Senate and was noted that the Board of Trustees is responsible to monitor certain areas within the institution and report to the Commissioner of Higher Education any known violations of Utah law and/or Board of Regents Policies and Procedures. Calls were made to do nominations for the Honorary Degree Committee, stressing that those nominations should be accompanied by documentary materials and include nominees' contributions in many facets to the College, state and community. In the Tuition and fee schedule for 1996-97 it was agreed that the same rate would be set as in 1995-1996, and move $1 from recreation to athletics. The Human Resource Technology program explained the proposal for this new program, claiming that students must be trains not just in law, but how to run a business with fair treatment of all employees and addresses disability, sexual harassment and gender issues. Talks about the planning of the 90th South campus were shared, and concerns arise for the lack of participation of faculty for this project, as well as President Budd praised Richard Rhodes and Gordon Storrs for their work on the campus. The retirement of Ann Erickson, academic vice president was announced. Concerns were shared about legislative actions and the budget for the next year. Efforts to improve the Costumer Quality in the College were shared and the strategic planning cycles were reviewed. The first reading of the Consensual relations policy was done and brief comments about it were made. The educational Reimbursement policy was read thoughts about this policy were about allowing full-time employees to have the opportunity for individual growth and development and some conditions were shared., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-04-10: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-04-10: Agenda
This document contains a memo dated on April 2, 1996 with the agenda for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting to be held on April 10, 1996, it announces the discussion of the honorary degree recipients, the Investment report, the property purchase recommendation, as well as the Personnel Report. Other reports and policies attached are the Consensual Relations Policy, the Educational Reimbursement Policy, the Minutes of the March meeting, the Major Grants Requested/Received. the Student Services Report, the Auxiliary (of enterprises operated as support of the education, research and public service programs of the institution) and Athletic report with graduates statistics and missions (it promotes and develops athletic excellence; sound academic standards; and educational values such as leadership, ethical conduct, and teamwork) Review, the Academic Report that talks about a collaboration with the Director of the Center for International Studies and the Vice-Dean of the College of Foreign Languages of the Shanghai University, as well purchase of equipment, hiring personnel, scholarships, etc., the Development and Fund-Raising Report (and its overview) and the Calendar of Upcoming Events. A memo is attached explaining the purpose of the Educational Reimbursement in to provide educational assistance and reimbursement for expenses to individual employees that qualify, since tries to help the College achieve its goals through employee development. The Consensual Relations policy highlights some of the key elements and a commentary paper was attached. A map of the South City campus was attached and the parking lot was highlighted for the next meeting of the Board of Trustees., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-04-10: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-04-10: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on April 10, 1996 that start with the introduction of the new Student Body officers. Concerns were expressed with the enrollment status, particularly in the Social Science Division at SLCC. Recommendation was made to purchase property located on State Street adjoining the South City Campus. The second reading of the Consensual Relation policy was made and stressed that the purpose of the policy was to actively discourage romantic or sexual relationships between employee and student, supervisor and employee and between all employees. The Educational Reimbursement Policy was read as well. A motion to increase the College fees was made, though the Board of Regents had yet to decide whether or not they will approve any of the increases. Calls from Judd Morgan to the Trustees to meet the appropriate individuals who made the activities occur in the College Center Auxiliary Report were made. Concerns about not enough media coverage of the games and low attendance gave a proposal to get athletic directors to meet with the sports writers from the newspapers. Art Kanahara was introduced in the meeting and showed segments of actual programs produces by students to demonstrate what they had learned on TV production and documentaries., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-05-08: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-05-08: Agenda
Memorandum dated on April 29th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on May 4, 1996. Some of the topics are: the announcement of the names of the 1996 Honorary Doctorate Degree Recipients and approval items, such as: the Investment Report, the minutes of the April meeting, the Personnel Report and Major Grants Requested/Received (with the capital improvement Funding Recommendations). Then the Student Services Report that reports an exchange program with England, the relocation of the Emma Lou Thayne Community Service Center and an event to celebrate the Asian Week with students from Japan and the Athletic report. The Academic report, where it was reported that Francisco Xavier Alarcon, a well-known Chicano poet gave a reading of his poetry at the South City Campus Auditorium and it's a co-author of the textbook, Mundo 21, used in our 200 level Spanish classes and Faculty at SLCC creating an online version of ENG 101 with the aid of a HETI grant (Higher Education Technology Initiative). It was announced that Keith Slade (Reference librarian in the Markosian Library) taught two session on evaluating and citing Internet research sources at the UELMA Conference at Northridge High School. The Development and Fund-Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events was attached. The VICA Skills state championships winners list was attached., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-05-08: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-05-08: Minutes
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., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-06-12: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-06-12: Agenda
Memorandum dated on June 4th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on June 12, 1996 where it presents the topics to be discussed at the next meeting, and some attachments are included, such as: Investment Report, the Minutes of the May Board Meeting, the Major Grants Requested/Received. As well there are some other reports, to mention, the Students Services Report that highlights the report of The Alumni Council meting to review the proposed changes to the bylaws and constitution and to propose the addition of the South High Alumni President or designee as a permanent council member and changes in the voting process. A report of the Disability Resource Center regarding graduations, accommodations and services, and urgent necessity of funding. The academic report announce the planning of the course "POLI 216 - Politics in Action" that seeks students volunteer on a political campaign of their choice to participate in political processes, earn academic credit, and explore the election process, as well news on the accreditation from the American Culinary Federation Educational Institute to the Chef Department of the SLCC were shared. The Development and Fund-Raising Report attached condensed list of Donations, contracts and grants. And lastly the Calendar of Upcoming Events is included before a draw that indicates the location of the SLCC Airport Center., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-06-12: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-06-12: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on June 12, 1996 where concerns about inversions in the company of Phillip Morris were discussed, regarding the lawsuits against the company. Comments about the master plan for the West Jordan/South Jordan property were held, since there were no funds to begin constructions on that land; initiatives to describe building distribution according to the topography, then roads and access were discussed as well as urban impact. The Board of Trustees Retreat was announced with some topics that would be discussed on the event, such as: how to work more effectively with the legislature/legislators, a review of College finances, personnel activities, strategic planning and accomplishments. In the Students Services Report it was announces that the Alumni Council was reorganized, with Linda Cordova as Presidents. Some topics that were stressed were the internship with Senator Hatch and the unprecedent growth of the apprenticeship program., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-07-10: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-07-10: Agenda
Memorandum dated on July 3rd, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on July 10th, 1996 mentioning items for approval, reports, and Budget issues, as well, the previous items were attached after the memo. Some of the attachments are: The investment report, Auxiliary, Institutional Investment Fund and all other Appropriated Work Programs for the Upcoming Fiscal Year, the proposal, justification and structure of the new program AS Degree with Emphasis in Railroad Operations for approval and consent, the Minutes of the June Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the justification to change the name of the program "Law Enforcement Academy" (LEA) to "Institute for Public Safety" (IPS), an administrative change notification and explanation regarding the separation of the Social Sciences Department into the Departments of History, Psychology, Sociology and Political Science, the request to change of name of the "Environmental Training Operation: to the "Environmental Training Center", the request for change of name for "Developmental Studies" to "Developmental Education", the request to change the name of the program "Computer Integrated Manufacturing" (CIM) to "Manufacturing Resource Services" (MRS), the National Vocational/Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) Competition Results, the Budget Request Format for FY98, the Student Service Report, the Academic Report where plans were discussed to facilitate the transition from the quarter system to the semester system, the development of the Career Exploration Series Seminars to inform high school students of job opportunities, benefits, and estimated salaries. The Development and Fund-Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming events were the last documents attached. There is a letter attached from the Union Pacific Railroad Company supporting the Associate Degree in Railroad Operations. A letter form the National Association for Developmental Education encouraging the change of name of the Developmental Studies to Developmental Education is included., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-07-10: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-07-10: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on July 10th, 1996 regarding discussions about naming the new College Campus on 90th South and calls to review the Broad bylaws, committees were proposed to be formed to address both issues. Concerns for enrollment were express and the AS Degree for Railroad Operation was discussed as well as the letter from the Union Pacific Railroad. President Budd introduced Lisa Bickmore as the newly elected Faculty Senate President and Pauline Grayson as new Staff Association President. When discussing the result of the VICA competition President Budd said the students and the advisors were to be congratulated and was agreed that a letter of commendation from the Board to the Students and their advisors were going to be sent. The format FY98 for Budget Request was discussed and said that the intention was to change the format for the next year's budget request to the legislature, as well, come concerns were expressed to find adjuncts for certain areas such as high tech., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-09-11: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-09-11: Agenda
Memorandum dated on September 4th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for the meeting to be held on September 11th, 1996 mentioning some of the topics to discuss on the meeting and attached are some reports, minutes, items to approve and information about the Broad of Trustees Retreat for October 10-11. Some of the documents included in this agenda are as follows: Investment Reports, Memorandums with request for extension of leaves of Absence for Max Lowe and Jerry Fullmer, the Minutes of the July meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, A copy of the six proposed constitutional amendments issued from Office of Legislative Research & General Counsel where the college stressed the importance of voting for Propositions 4 (Resolution on State's Authority to guarantee the debt of school districts), 5 (Resolution on Donations to the State School Fund) and 6 (Resolution amending the revenue and taxation article and education article for the support of public education and higher education systems), the Student Service, the Academic Services Report (reporting events such as the Advanced Technology Center hosted the National Coalition of Advanced Technology Center's summer conference and a partnership with Miller Welding Corporation to install new machines for welding procedures to upgrade the training of faculty in exchange for Miller using our facilities to do training on new equipment), the Development and Fund-Raising Report (listing some gifts and contracts) and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-09-11: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-09-11: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on September 11, 1996 where the meeting welcomed Dr. Marjorie Carson, Academic Services Vice President and presented an overview of the investment portfolios for the months of July and August. The leaves of absence for Max Lowe and Jerry Fullmer were discussed and approved. The outstanding job of the Sandy Center was remarked in having freshmen students and the new room for a full computer lab, seven classrooms and office space for faculty. Plans for the Sandy Center to held the Heavy Duty Truck Driving program was shared. The Board of trustees retreat was announced for October 10 or 11 of 1996, and President Budd asked some topics to be discussed on the retreat. The agenda for the opening of the fall academic year was announced. Dr. Budd informed the Trustees that a search process had taken place for a new director of the Grand Theater. Regarding legislative acts, President Budd stressed the importance of the six propositions to modify that the legislation announced, and encourage to vote "yes" on propositions 4, 5 and 6 (they can be found on the agenda). President Budd called awareness on the enrollment target, then, the fall quarter enrollment have to change (increase). President Budd introduced George VanDeWater, Electro-Mechanical Technology Division Chair. The program "Go with the Flow" was presented and said that the goal of the program was to train people to meet the needs of industry., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-10-09: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-10-09: Agenda
Memorandum dated on October 1st, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on October 19th, 1996 where College President Budd informs about some of the items to approve and a couple of proposed administrative changes. Attached are the some of the documents that were discussed at the meeting and they are as follow: The Investment report, Katherine Boswell's Request for leave absence (with a positive recommendation and the formal letter of Katherine Boswell), the minutes of the September Board Meeting, Personnel Report, Major Grants Requested/Received, the change of name of the program "Computer Graphics Specialization Associate of Applied Science Degree" to "Multi Media Specialization Associate of Applied Science Degree" and the change of name of the "Graphic Design Department " to the "Visual Art and Design Department", the Academic Services Report (reports on some of the workshop that the Interpreter Training Program participated, the introduction of a new computer software referred to as CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) for on-line language learning, some programming courses that were being offered to the public, etc), the New Faculty Biographies, as well as the Student Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events. It was mention that a lease agreement with the City of Salt Lake for the property located at the Airport International Center and the intent of lease for the Railroad program. At the end it attached a form to participate in the new campus naming., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-10-09: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-10-09: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on October 9th, 1996 where President Budd asked the report on the new campus naming, and stressed to proceed with caution, since it's a potential political event. The drainage system agreement with the UDOT for the new campus was discussed. It was reported that the College proposes to lease property from the Salt Lake City Corporation which is located at the Airport International Center. President Budd stated that he would proceed to open her position as Assistant to the President at SLCC since it won't be possible to wait the come back of Katherine Boswell after request the two-year leave of absence from the college. Plans to discussed at the retreat of the Board of Trustees were shared and emphasis was put on positioning the Business Building as priority. President Budd expressed the importance to put thought into Faculty selection, then requested for their resumes to be showed. It was communicated that the Small Business Association required that the Utah Business Resource Network had a host, and that the Salt Lake Community College was chosen as such., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-11-13: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-11-13: Agenda
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)., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-11-13: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-11-13: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on November 13th, 1996 where discussions were held regarding the purchase of property near the South City Campus. The legislative Strategy for Upcoming Sessions was discussed and was agreed to prepare a fact sheet that will be delivered to legislators, to show what the College is doing. The Building Board's process of prioritization was reviewed and it was reminded that it's just the fist step on the budget development process for the upcoming legislative session, Governor's recommendation and Legislative Fiscal Analysts recommendations were missing. Appreciation was express to the Program of Advisory Committee and how they bring good recommendations to the programs of the College. Some changes were suggested for the Tenure document revision, such as terminology used and the hearing committee, as well as the process itself. Janet Felker was introduce in the meeting and talked about transferring students and transferred students and how it should be a living part of students experience at SLCC., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-12-11: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1996-12-11: Agenda
Memorandum dated on December 4th, 1996 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on December 11th, 1996 where President Budd announce the location of the meeting, some topics to discussed at the next meeting such as the the Tenure Document, an Information Technology update, etc. and attached are the following documents: The investment Report, the Minutes of the November Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Academic Services Report (reporting projects and events, as well as the award of a contract to train AT&T Employees, upgrades in facilities and services, etc.), the Student Services Report (reporting that the SLCC was the first institution in the country to install SCT's Web for Student Service software, this in order to complete student service functions via the Internet, such as view and update records, register for classes, review the institution's course catalog and class schedule, etc.), the modified Drug Free Workplace Policy Revision (includes a memo from Clark Whitehead with highlight of the draft version of the revision), the Weapons Policy Draft (including a memo that mentions some suggestions added to the policy), the Development and Fund-Raising and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-01-08: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-01-08: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on January 8th, 1997 that commence by announcing the need for people to serve in the Honorary Degree Committee. Bonnie Jean stated that the full report from the Internal Auditor would be given to the Board in June and it was reminded that the Board made the decision to have the Internal Auditor report to the Executive Committee in January and to the full Board in June. The Drug Free Workplace Policy revision and a concern arise concerning required reporting of outside convictions, a rehabilitation program and a return to work agreement, and was set to be discussed again. The Weapons Policy Draft was discussed according with the general concern that came from Faculty, staff and some students about concealed weapons, though there was not a lot that could be done more than discourage the introduction of weapons to the campuses. Comments were made about the Budget Status and told the meeting that the SLCC's budget request and the Governor's suggestions were going to be presented to the Trustees in February. The Campus master plan was discussed, though President Budd reiterated that there are a number of projects in work, but they create no changes to the master plan. The President Budd added that the tenure document and the process are in work and that the College is not afraid to take action on poor Teachers, and that teachers are evaluated. It was announced that the courses are scheduled to go into semester scheduling in the fall of 1998. Professor Shari Sowards was introduced at the meeting and explain what her course have taught students about political process and an active participation in elections., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Agenda
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., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-02-12: Minutes
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., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-03-12: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-03-12: Agenda
Memorandum dated on March 3rd, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on March 12th, 1997 where President Budd announce some of the topics that were going to be discussed at the meeting, as well, some reports were attached and other documents, such as: the Investment Report, the Drug Free Workplace Policy Revision, the Minutes of the February 1997 Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Students Services Report (reporting that the Student Elections were held and announce the new Executive Council, as well as events held on February and the results from some of them), the Academic Services Report (Where the schools of business and industry, humanities and science, etc. reported their activities and events), the Development and Fund Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-03-12: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-03-12: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on March 12, 1997 reporting that the Committee of Honorary degrees was prepared to meet and begin the process of selecting the honorary degree recipients. The Return to work Agreement and the Requirement for Commercial Drivers' License employees were suggested to be added on the Drug Free Workplace Policy Revision. The Summary of the legislative session was discussed and thoughts about the budget given to the College were shared, as well as compliments were given to bring the Salt Lake County Legislative Delegation together, as well, concerns about the Jordan Campus were shared. A report of sports events was shared and concerns were expressed regarding lack of press coverage. Marla Kennedy was introduced as the new Student Body President for 1997-98. A disk with a History 270 presentation was played to show how a students, using this technology, could use technology to learn and save money., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-04-09: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-04-09: Agenda
Memorandum dated on April 1st, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on April 9th, 1997 where President Budd announce some of the topics to discuss and attached are documents to be reviewed at the meeting, such as: The investment report, the Tuition and Fee Schedule for 1997-98, the Request to Offer a One-Year Quality Certificate within the Manufacturing and Automation Technologies, the Minutes of the March Board Meeting, the Personnel Report (of new hires), the Major Grants Requested/Received, a form to request to change the name of the "Office Information Systems" program to "Business Information Technology", the Student Services Report (where it was reported that the Disability Resource Center was moved to the basement of the College Center and the college had a new and expanded Technology Center, as well the "America Reads" work study tutorial program in partnership with the University of Utah was announced to offer educational community service tutoring opportunities for college students), the Academic Services Report (regarding updates of the schools of college, such as purchase of machinery, hiring of personnel, new courses options for students in mathematics, etc.), the Skills Center Report (that indicates which courses was imparting and new acquisition of computers for students), the Staff Association Constitution and Bylaws (Describe the Association and purposes as well as the positions and appointments procedures, committees, coter Registrations, meetings, etc.), the Development and Fund Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-05-14: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-05-14: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on May 14, 1997 regarding the announcement of the 1997 Honorary Degree Recipients, and three individuals were forwarded to President Budd to be schedule for next year's awards. Discussions surrounding the questions of whether the hiring and firing of presidents of colleges and universities should be at the institutional or regent level, then a committee was formed to look at the issue with the legislation. A list of SLCC projects in excess of a hundred thousand dollars was presented and approved. Conversations surround the College Calendar were held and how they were going to adapt dates to semesters, since the calendar would change the next year. It was noted that Julie Salma, Public Information Office writer published in the FBI Law Enforcement magazine regarding taking law enforcement classes out of the community. The Hours of Work/Telephone Coverage policy was presented and had to establish the hours of work for full and part-time without faculty appointment, and guidelines for rest breaks and lunch periods. It was announced that sixteen students qualifies in the state Vocational and Industrial Clubs of America competition to go on to nationals. Collaborations between the Dean of the School of Continuing and Community Education and the Interim Director of the advanced Technology Center were presented and highlighted the fact that a presentation to the Zions Small Business Center for use of a training from the college were discussed., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-06-11: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-06-11: Agenda
Memorandum dated on June 3rd, 1993 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on June 11, 1997 where President Budd announce 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 Hours of Work/ Telephone Coverage Policy (To establish the hours of work for full and part-time employees without faculty appointment, and guidelines for rest breaks and lunch periods as well as guidelines for telephone coverage in administrative offices), the Minutes of the May Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, Major Grants Requested/Received, the Student Services Report (informing about events, financial aide scholarships, etc.), the Academic Services Report (where it was informed that the Business Information Technology department held their Program Advisory Committee conference, the plans of create a curriculum designed specifically for single parents entrepreneurs and telecourses, updates on the Library, etc.), the Skills Center Report, the Development and Fun Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-06-11: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-06-11: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on June 11th, 1997 the Hours of Work /Telephone Coverage Policy was discussed. Concerns about an article from the Community College Week newspaper which focused on the Governor's letter regarding the Jordan Campus. It was reported that a lot of construction was going on at the South City Campus, and it was reported that on a trip to Washington D.C. two people from the College were able to met all five of the Utah Congressmen personally. Statistics from the Eccles Lab School were reviewed and presented a film, the meeting praised the Day Care and kept reading about the services offered to children. On the Alumni Report it was expressed the desire to acquire a place of their own., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-07-09: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-07-09: Agenda
Memorandum dated on July 2, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on July 9th, 1997 where President Budd announce 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 Auxiliary, Institutional Investment Fund and All Other Appropriated Work Programs for Upcoming Fiscal Year (includes the Operating Budget 1997-98, expenditure graphics, revenues and the approved capital facilities budget), the Minutes of the June Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the change of name of the "Early Childhood Development" Department to "Family and Human Services", the National VICA Results (Presenting Winners in Architectural Technology, Food and Beverage Service, Advertising Design, Welding and Culinary Arts), the Budget Request for the Next Fiscal Year, the Student Services Report (Reports events, tutorial labs in the Disability Resource Center, and other activities and reports for students), the Alumni Council Report (shares efforts made to communicate the community and the college), The Academic Services Report (It talks about member of the Advisory Board of the Advances Technology Center attending high school career fairs to help market the machining industry as a viable vocation, a partnership with Hunter Alignment and the SLCC Automotive Department, etc.), the Skills Center Report, the Development and Fund Raising Report and the Calendar of upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-07-09: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-07-09: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on July 9th, 1997 where President Budd expressed concerns about a meeting schedule for the ATCSR Board to discussed the College roll in vocational education. The Auxiliary, Institutional Investment Fund and all Other Appropriated work Programs for Upcoming Fiscal Year was explained an emphasis on Expenditures, maintenance, and items that would affect directly the 1997-98 budget was shared. President Budd introduced Luanne Holden as the new Staff Association President. It was shared that Forty-six employees completed a concentrated management course in leadership. The program "What is Non-Destructive Testing?" was presented and said, that students learn from this class how to test items internally without destroying that which is being tested., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-09-10: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-09-10: Agenda
Memorandum dated on August 18th, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on September 10th, 1997where President Budd announce 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 Investment Reports, the Request for absence for Max Lowe and Jerry Fullmer (with a letter from Max S. Lowe and a Memo from Jerry H. Fullmer), the Minutes of the July Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Student Services Report (reporting student activities, summer admissions, updates about the Alcohol & Drug Education, Events on the College Center, such as the Utah Symphony at the Alder Amphitheater, workshops in costumer service, laughter therapy, financial/estate planning, etc. updates of the financial aid office, a partnership project with Westminster College and the University of Utah for tutoring kindergarten through third grade students in reading, etc.), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (reporting that workshops, Seminars and Conferences were working on a major customer service training project with Smith's Food and Drug Centers, SLCC students spent ten weeks at NASA Langley Research Center conducting research and presenting their final report before the research community, and the success of the new SLCC Chef's program at the women's Facility at the Utah State Prison, the Skills Center Report (mentioning courses reports and technology updates and collaborations with external enterprises, as well it includes a a program headcount), the Development and Fund-Raising Report and the Calendar of Upcoming Events. As well it was mention that President Budd would be introducing the New Faculty Senate President on the meeting., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-09-10: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-09-10: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on September 10th,1997 regarding the discussion about a legislative issue regarding Custom Fit dollars, that goes to the State Board of Education, but comes back to the College and helps provide training for Business and Industry. It was informed that the Requests for leaves of Absence for Max Lowe and Jerry Fullmer was approved. President Budd reported that Lynn Suksdorf is the new Faculty Senate President this year. It was announced that a new set of Bylaws was being worked, though, the College would operate under the old ones, then New Broad Offices must me elected. A request from the University of Utah was shared to allow the U of U to offer some additional lower division courses at the Sandy Center was discussed., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-10-15: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-10-15: Agenda
Memorandum dated on October 6th, 1997 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on October 15th, 1997 where President Budd announce 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 Minutes of the September Board Meeting, Personnel Report, Major Grants Requested/Received, the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Report : A Report to Students, Faculty and Staff (gives explanation of how to report a crime, emergency numbers, some actions to do or consider in a danger or possible danger situation, as well there is a report of crime statistics, and services on campus relating to security and safety), the Capital Improvement Request to the Building Board (it has some development, improvement, statewide and additional five-year development project list), the Institutional Discretionary Funds Report, the Student Report (reporting student activities, efforts shared to assist international students and enroll them at the College were shared), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (highlighting that the SLCC business programs will receive a site visit for re-accreditation, and the planning of a new program from the reference librarians called Reference Librarian Partner, with the purpose to help faculty enhance their knowledge with some of the new electronic services offered by the library), the Advisory Council Annual Report (focused on facilitate quarter to semester conversion and educate business, industry and students to the value of combining applied technology and general education. Includes a letter from Dr. Marjorie Carson, Vice President of Academic Services), the New Faculty Biographies (of Debra Bertoch, Lee Brinton, Janet Brohm, Gianming (Jimmy) Chen, Rebby Diehl, Laura Robbins Duquette-Donatelli, Elaine Holt, Eileen Hyde, Susumu Kasai, Leah Mancini, Dorene Y. Miya, Brenda Santistevan, Ray Smith, Betsy Specketer, Paul S. Stark and Edgar White), the Skills Center Report, the Development and Fund-Raising report as well as the Calendar of Upcoming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-10-15: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-10-15: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on October 15th, 1997, regarding the work done to update the bylaws and the Election procedures for election of the new Board Officers. Plans to review a section of the State Board of Regents policy and procedure known as R220 was announced to be made by the Task Force. The Capital Improvement Request to Building Board was discussed to make some projects from College a priority to the governor and legislature. President Budd introduced Dan Curtis, Chair of the College Advisory Council and made an emphasis about improving facilities, equipment and software according with technology and current needs, as well, addressed the need for changes in education. The idea of a "University Center" was presented and explained to offer bachelor's degrees, not generally available in the area, on our campus, and said that the California State University had agreed to worked with the College and that it would be a great benefit to people who live in outlying areas and find it difficult to come in., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-11-12: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-11-12: Agenda
Memorandum sent on November 5th, 1997, to the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on November 12th, 1997, 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: Investment Report for October, the Annual State-Owned Motor Vehicle Report (An inventory of licensed vehicles & trailers), the Institutional Residence (Operation and maintenance of President's Residence), the Minutes of the October Board Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Receive report, the Budget and Capital Facilities Update (Following the Regents Hearing and Decisions), The Students Services Report (reporting events and reporting that they had been able to send two copies of each text books to the Library to be placed in the Text Book Reserve to assist Students who do not have or cannot afford their own copy, as well as updates about financial aid administrative processes, community service center and athletics), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (Reporting Faculty member enrolled in programs of Adult Learning and Technology offered through the University of Wyoming, a collaboration with the Larry H. Miller Group, the production of MATH 101 telecourse and some On-Campus productions for video content), the Skills Center Report (report efforts made by the Center to gear up for receiving more I-20 Students for English as a Second Language due to changes in law), the Development and Fund-Raising report and the Calendar of Up-Coming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-11-12: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-11-12: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on November 12th, 1997, regarding the election procedure and recommendation for nominations. It was informed that the document R220 was being reviewed, and the actions on the Bylaws were going to be analyzed until the Task Force finished their work with the R220. Information about the College vehicles' numbers and costs was requested. It was informed that some repairs have to be done to the Institutional residence and an estimated cost was discussed. President Budd reported a meeting with some legislators where he shared priorities of the College, such as faculty, the apprenticeship program and capital facilities. I was reported that Governor Leavitt visited the SLCC. Plans to possibly arrange a meeting with the new president of the University of Utah were shared. President Budd shared the possibility to purchase the riverside property where the Riverside campus is located., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-12-10: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-12-10: Agenda
Memorandum dated on December 3rd, 1997, for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on December 10th, 1997, 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 Board Report to the Regents on R220 Oversight & Responsibilities (A letter from the Bonnie Jean Beesley, Chairman of the Board of Trustees to Commissioner Cecilia H. Foxley), the Investment Report, the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Receive report, the Tenure Document (regarding Academic Freedom, Professional Responsibility, standards of professional responsibility, faculty appointment, promotion, procedures of reduction in status or termination, sanctions, etc.), the Student Services Report (Regarding student activities, updates on the Alcohol & Drug Education Program, Communitive Services, etc), the Alumni Report (It mentions that the Association is developing a mentoring program, and reported a couple of events), the Academic Services Report (reporting a Spanish theatre production of Shakespeare "La fierecilla domada". It was also reported to implementation of a new chef´s program at the Women´s facility at the Utah State Prison; the production of three telecourses, installation of technological equipment in South Campus, etc.), the Skills Center Report (Announced three new programs for enrollment in 1998: "Minicomputer Support and Service Technician", "Electronics Technician", "Microcomputer Electronics Technician", and changes on the program "Electronics Assembly Technician"), the Calendar of Up-Coming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-12-10: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1997-12-10: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on December 10th, 1997. The Issue of postponing payment of tuition for students was discussed. Concerns about the University of Utah and the SLCC running the same production in the Grand Theater in January were shared and answered. Questions about the Tenure Document on the item 10.6 arise and it was suggested to look at this section more closely, as well it was suggested to compare the College tenure with the Board of Regents Document., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-01-14: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-01-14: Agenda
Memorandum dated on January 7th, 1998, for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on January 14th, 1997. All documents set to be presented at the meeting were attached in this agenda as it follows: Investment Report, Minutes of Previous Meeting, Personnel Report, Major Grants Requested/Received Report, Proposed change of name "Change Auto Paint" program to "Auto Refinishing" program, the Tenure Document (Of Academic Freedom, Professional Responsibility, Standards of professional Responsibility, faculty appointments, promotion, etc.), the Student Services Report (Reporting events done for the Alcohol and Drug Program and Community Service activities), Ie was reported that the Alumni report reflected no activities, the Academic Services Report (mention funding for engineering equipment and computers, the visit of the American Dental Association´s Commission to evaluate the Dental Hygiene program, the training of Library Personnel for a new Library software, etc.) Skills Center Report, Development and Fund Raising Report, the Calendar of upcoming Events and a fact report of the College with enrollment statistics, Facilities utilization, The Jordan Campus project Summary, the 1998-99 Budget Request Summary, and Initiative for Apprenticeship Program and an Audit Report., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-01-14: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-01-14: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on January 14th, 1998, where Gordon Storrs, Campus Master Planner proposed a master plan for each campus and discussed some of the changes that are proposed, such as a College Center addition, redesign of parking lots, a sign road on Redwood Road, purchase Whittier School, suggesting to purchase properties at the east side of the Jordan Campus, as well, an a donation for a facility was announced. It was reported that the College was getting better press coverage. The Report of Internal Auditors was discussed and said that there would be updates twice a year. The budget report was analyzed, and called the Trustees that they compare the Governor's recommendation with the Regents' Request and wait for the Legislatives Analyst's and the Higher Education Committee's. Funding for the High Tech Building on the Jordan campus, the budgeting process and Apprenticeship were discussed. The tenure document was discussed since prior to 1991-92 the College did not have a document of this nature, then, changes were pointed out, such as questioning if they had the correct addressing for relationships between faculty and students., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-02-11: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-02-11: Agenda
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., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-02-11: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-02-11: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on February 11th, 1998, where it was noted that Thank you notes were sent on Behalf of the Board of Trustees to the families of Ray Gilbert (Faculty) and Abraham Markosian (donor), who died recently. The Tenure document was discussed and language and generalities were suggested to change, as well, concerns about whether include or not a section talking about intellectual property on the Tenure document was discussed. On the meeting a 40 pages booklet from the American Association of Community Colleges about the history of Community Colleges was presented. Discussions about Snow College taking over the Sevier Valley ATC (Applied Technology Center) were held. Conversations about the Legislative and Budget Update lead to share building plans from other universities and enrollment status. Paco Salazar, Skills Center Director called attention to a growth chart in the Center., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-03-11: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-03-11: Agenda
Memorandum dated on March 3rd, 1998 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on March 11th, 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 Refunding Revenue Bonds - Life Activities Center (A resolution is attached to authorize and approve the issuance and sale of the State Board of Regents of the State of Utah, Salt Lake Community College Auxiliary System and Student Fee Revenue Refunding Bonds), the Tenure Document, the Tuition and Fee Schedule for 1998-1999 (attached is a letter from Marla Kennedy, SLCCSA Student Body President supporting the increase of three dollars to the areas of Student Activities, Computer Technology, and Student Services), the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Proposed Program Specializations/Emphases (Proposes a Departmental reorganization that aims to divide the Physical Science Department into Chemistry, Physics, and Geoscience Departments, and, the request to change name of the Secretarial Desktop Publishing emphasis to Business Desktop Publishing and a Request for Approval to exceed credit hours in the Business A.S., the request approval for a department name change from "Early Childhood Development" to "Family and Human Studies"), the Student Services Report (Reports activities, the Student Council Elections and a list of the 1998-99 Executive Council officers, updates on the Alcohol & Drug Education Program, updates on the On-Campus student employment program and community service), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (Announcing that the Dental Hygiene Program at Salt Lake Community College recently moved to the Mountain View Dental Facility in Wet Valley, as well as some installations on the Markosian Library and South City Campus), the Skills Center Report (Reporting the grant won for the Department of Workforce Services New Choice Grant), the Development and Fund-Raising and the Calendar of Up-Coming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-03-11: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-03-11: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on March 11, 1998 regarding the Refunding Revenue Bonds since a window of opportunity opened to refund the 1992 B bonds for a refunding savings and the College bond debt service was compared with the 1998 refunding bonds debt service. The changes on the Tenure Document were reviewed and President Budd apologize for the poor condition of some aspects of the document, and was agreed that it was going to be brought back again on the next meeting with all the corrections and precisions made at the meeting. Thoughts of the Tuition and Fee Schedule for 1998-1999 were shared and the two point seven percent increase was accepted by the Board. On the section of the Consent Calendar it was noted that the dates are set to match with the new semester system. The Legislative Actions and Summary of Session was analyzed and the enrollment between vocational and academic programs reduce of recommendation was commented, as well as constructions dates and updates for the Jordan Campus. An update on Custom Fit program was asked at the meeting, since it is a state funded program to help provide training for business and industry and the money from it has gone to SLCC since 1984, though some inconsistencies have been found., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-04-08: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-04-08: Agenda
Memorandum dated on April 1st, 1998 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on April 8th, 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 Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Student Service Report (Reflecting student activities, the academic advising new program workshops focused in Indian parents and teens, updates on the Alcohol & Drug Education, a community service report, updates on the athletics events, a participation report and statistic of the teams, etc.), the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (reporting that the Program Innovation department is preparing the audio visual programs and software for a new Communications 1010 course. It was announce that the SLCC's automotive and Welding Department was working with the Gender Equity Department to create workshops for high-risk young women in 11th and 12th grades. Trainers from the Bibliographical Center for Research (BCR) of Denver, Colorado presented several professional workshops at the Markosian Library addressing: MARC Format records, interlibrary loan issues, microcomputer maintenance, etc.), the Skills Center Report, the Sabbatical Leave Policy, the Development and Fund-Raising Report, the Calendar of Up-Coming Events., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-04-08: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-04-08: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on April 8th, 1998 where the meeting welcomed Sim Aguirre and congratulated him on his election as Students Body President. It was reported that the Honorary Degree Committee had decided to offer one additional degree this year. It was added that Marla Kennedy was still in the running for Student Regent. It was reminded that the Staff Association Constitution was approved, but the bylaws required Board of Trustees' approval. It was said that the changes on the Tenure Document weren't ready for the meeting. It was recalled that there was a committee formed to review the R220 Policy. Efforts to improve communication with Faculty from President Budd were shared. Regarding the Student Report, it was said that they were working to graduate complete students and provide programs that would be meaningful for their lives and all the effort of the athletics report was praised. The sabbatical policy was discussed. It was reported that the "Breakfast with Champions" was being kicked off the following morning and announced that it would be a periodic series of breakfast where a large numbers of people and students were invited to go and hear speakers talk about success., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-05-13: Agenda
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-05-13: Agenda
Memorandum dated on May 4th, 1998, for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on May 13, 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 Sabbatical Leave Policy, the Tenure Document (Posses three attachments, which are: recommendations, response of those recommendations and the revised Tenure Document being submitted for Board reviewed and approval.), the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, the Results of State Decisions on Capital Facilities, the Student Services Report (reporting student activities, updates on the Drug & Alcohol education program, report of activities of the Turning Point program. Attached is the Athletics report), the Alumni Report (reported events to increase visibility, as well as announced that the Association would start offering opportunities for educational travel programs), the Academic Services Report (Reported that a Web Academics course management software was develop to permit faculty members to manage Internet courses in an exceptionally user-Friendly manner. The Curriculum for Basic Computer Concept was re-designed. It was said that the SLCC hosted the 1998 VICA Competitions), the Sabbatical Leaves, the Skills Center Report (shares effort on keep with the jobs curriculums that the industry is demanding), the Development and Fund-Raising Report, the Calendar of Up-Coming Events, PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-05-13: Minutes
SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-05-13: Minutes
Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on May 13th, 1998, where it was agreed that no more than 2.5 percent of the faculty be granted sabbatical leave in any given year. The amends of the Tenure Document were reviewed and discussed. The Results of State Decisions on Capital Facilities was discussed, as well, motions to purchase the Riverside Building were heard. It was reported that the enrollments on the Skills Center were up., PDF scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson ES-400 scanner.

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