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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1983-11-09: Agenda and Meeting Minutes
- Minutes of the Institutional Council of Utah Technical College at Salt Lake conducted on November 9, 1983 including a memorandum regarding the agenda that will be discussed and setting a reminder about the Institutional Council offices elections. On the minute President Carnahan reported that higher education and public education are attempting a coordinated effort in their budget requests. A revision of the Job Classification Policy, the Flexible Retirement Program and a new policy of Employee Definitions and Categories was discussed. The "Staff and Program Development" was explained why and how it helps faculty with proposal writing and the College at the same time. The Alumni Council reported to have been conducting a phone-a-thon to purchase some very urgently needed equipment. Plans of Dinners to rise funds were shared. The Utah Students Association and the Associated Students of UTC-SL reported having gone to the State Capitol and held a mock legislative session with requests for financial statements regarding faculty salaries, taxes and general education budgeting. The evaluation for accreditation was announced as well as the review from the Board of Regents and the State Board on the Associate Degree program. John Klas was appointed as Chairman of UTC-SL Institutional Council and Jerrald Conder as Vice Chairman. A Synopsis of the Senate meeting of the College Senate was attached with Letters of support by President Schnirel for increase in faculty increase salary and cuts on budget. A student Handbook was attached to promote Student Activities, clubs, sports, the College Center information desk, the College Store, Food services, Games room, women's resource center, and other Student Services and guide, as well as a map of the Redwood Road campus in 1983.
- Economic policy, Government spending reductions, policy, Employment, Pensions, retirement, Teachers, Fund raising, legislative acts, Political participation, Legislative hearings, Educational evaluation, handbooks, student success, Redwood Campus, student aid
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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1998-11-11: Agenda
- Memorandum dated on November 4th, 1998 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on November 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: Investment Report, the Annual State-Owned Motor Vehicle Report (Licensed vehicle and trailer inventory), the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, Proposals for Program Specializations/Emphases : (1) Request to add a Paraeducation emphasis to the existing AS degree (Propose that justify the need to add an emphasis in Paraeducation for Special Education to its existing Associate of Science Degree), (2) Request to add a collaborative AS degree in Criminal Justice (sets a collaboration between the College of Eastern Utah, Dixie College, SLCC, Snow College, Southern Utah University, Utah Valley Community College and Weber State University which would use distance learning technologies to deliver the course work, share resources and varying tuition schedules), (3) Request for the University Center to offer a BS degree in Technology Management from Utah Valley State College (proposal to offer a baccalaureate degree in Technology Management at Salt Lake Community College in conjunction with the University Center, includes considerations, curriculums review, student interests surveys, etc.), (4) Request for a department name change from Computer Aided Drafting Department to Engineering Design/Drafting Technology Department, the Budget and Capital Facilities Update (following Regents' Hearings and Decisions), (has the Building board final ranking and non-prioritized projects), the Institutional Investment Funds Report, the Student Services Report, the Alumni Report, the Academic Services Report (reporting the proposal to create a student transfer tracking system among institutions and create 'Programs' for transfer. It was reported that Program Innovation was developing Internet courses to enable students to obtain an AAS degree in railroad operations), the Skills Center Report, the Development and Fund-Raising Report and the Calendar of Up-Coming Events.
- monthly reports, Educational innovations, special education, criminal law, higher education, Legal education, Universities & colleges, Distance education, University Center (Redwood Campus), technology, bachelor's degrees, administrative structure, Economic policy, Educational facilities, Legislative hearings, Events, administrative reports, Educational events, Programs, transferring, Fund raising
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