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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1984-06-13: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
- A memorandum was attached dated on June 5, 1984 regarding the agenda for the Institutional Council Meeting and some comments about topics discussed on the previous meeting, such as the proposed parking fee increase, the proposed dishonored check policy, etc. The regular meeting of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on June 13, 1984 talked about final consideration about policy for the dishonored check policy, proposal for increasing parking fees, discussions for the merit system that would increase salaries. The items shown on the Capital Facilities List were explained and discussed. Discussion ensued regarding the estimate for the second phase of the Business Building. The Discretionary Fund for unforeseen emergencies and was reported to be presented to the Council annually for their approval. An employee was hired for one-year period to help smooth the transition of the Downtown Campus to the Jordan School. It was decided not to discussed the possibility of a name change any further. The proposed holiday leave policy was approved. A resolution from the Subcommittee on Finance and Capital Facilities regarding the merit program for faculty salaries was attached. The Policy regarding generally acceptable uses of presidents' discretionary funds and approval and monitoring of planned expenditures from the funds was attached with The policy on private foundations and corporations. The policy on Presidents' residences for Institutions in the Utah System of Higher Education was inserted as May 15, 1984 to review the obligations and problems of owning presidents' residences. A letter showing the discussion whether the Skills Center South continue to be administered by UTC/Salt Lake and the budget consideration in accordance with law and other implications was attached. Inserted is the Policy for dishonored checks, parking fee proposal, parking fee schedule, the summary of capital facilities projects for fiscal years 1985-86 and 1986-87, the Recognition program with award recipients, the proposed holiday leave policy, the life insurance endowment program, the Alumni Association constitution and the Planning & research/computer center newsletter.
- administrative reports, policy, Wage-price policy, Economic policy, building plans, Educational facilities, Facilities, funding, Employee vacations, Holidays, hiring, Employees, Rewards of merit, campuses, Library Square Campus, Foundations, parking, Parking lots, fees, Insurance, insurance policies, alumni associations
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- Fact Book 1999-2000: Salt Lake Community College
- The purpose of the 1999-2000 Fact Book is to provide official information about Salt Lake Community College. Where possible, several years of historical data have been presented to provide perspective and to show trends. It should be noted that given the complexities and size of SLCC and the multiple special data bases that are being used, when interpreting data appearing in this book care should be taken to ensure the data base is correct for the purpose for which the data is used. The fact book represents the official numbers of SLCC and was prepared by Debbie Summers from Planning and Research, a department within Business Services of Salt Lake Community College.
- Student-Faculty ratios, Placement of students, Grade point averages, Student credit hours, Alumni & alumnae, Teachers, Employees, Facilities
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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1985-01-09: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
- A memorandum dated on January 2nd, 1985 reviewing the agenda for the next Institutional Council meeting about president's report, A booklet titled "College Fact Book", questions and concerns about hiring an architect for the College Center and an update on the Airplane Mechanics Program. The minutes of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on January 9, 1985, attached a list of College accomplishments. Brief statements were made about the planning process, capital facilities, Student/Staff ratio, legislature, acquisition of Cottonwoods High School, and so other matters. Budget request was attached with Legislative proposals to the regents, a fact sheet with Statistical information. A concern for the Airplane Mechanics Program and the Industrial Maintenance Program are two new programs that requested funding and, plans for others programs to open, such as, Police Science, National Semiconductor, etc. was announced. The Senate Newsletter of the College Senate was attached with date of December 1984 which discussed the Skills Center Committee incorporating to the Senate, an initial report, problems, recommendations, among other topics. A booklet published by the Associated Students of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake was attached indicating the Schedule of services and some important date for the Winter Quarter of 1985.
- Economic policy, administrative reports, Programs, social recognition, College presidents, Orville D. Carnahan (President 1981-1990), Educational facilities, Facilities, Legislation, legislative acts, statistics, enrollments, Students, funding, Newsletters
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