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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-11-11: Minutes
- Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on November 11th, 1998 where concerns about the amount of enrollments due to semester conversion were discussed. President Budd commented that the Report to the Regents on SLCC's Mission and Role included statistical data. It was shared that due a change in the legislation the SLCC would have to pay more to help build up their pool of replacement vehicles. The Faculty/Administration Retreat was held and was focused on involve personnel to think how to better serve students and discussed their perceptions to the semester conversion. It was shared that an Ad was set on the newspaper to get Adjuncts for certain areas at the College. The date for the ground breaking for the first building on the Jordan Campus was schedule for December 9. The collaboration between the Jordan School District about sharing a facility on that campus was discussed, though resistance was shown from the State Office of Education. The SLCC's proposed purchase of the Detroit Diesel facility for use as an ATC was discussed, since there wasn't a favorable result from the Regents' Hearings building board's final ranking. John Latkiewicz was introduced as Continuing Education Director and Billy Laney as Humanities and Science Education Director. John gave a presentation about his role at the College.
- monthly reports, semesters, Board of Regents (Utah Higher Education), legislative acts, motor vehicles, Workshops, student success, student aid, Teachers' assistants, Jordan Campus, university and college buildings, Educational facilities, continuing education
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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1999-01-13: Minutes
- Minutes of the Board of Trustees meeting at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the meeting held on January 13th, 1999 where it was stated that the College was in discussion with the Salt Lake City School District for a property exchange (Whittier Elementary School). The report of Internal Auditor was shared, where it was said that five audits were concluded, six audit projects were on process to be done and concerns about hardware were shared. It was said that the enrollments were low to meet the goals, then it was said that the College was using radio and the media to encourage students to come and take more classes in order to offset the enrollment drop. It was announced that the annual gala was going to be in February 9th. The Budget Status Report and the distribution of resources was discussed. The work of the Program Advisory Committees (PACs) was shared and said that addressed four specific areas, such as, facilitate quarter to semester conversion, contribute to increase the pool for adjunct faculty, facilitate further development of Distance Education and Identify Space and Capital Improvement needs.
- monthly reports, Educational facilities, university and college buildings, audits, Computers, enrollments, galas, Events, Economic policy, Programs, semesters, Teachers' assistants, Distance education
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