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- Tour Guide Handbook
- Brochure of the Utah Technical College at Salt Lake. Tour Guide Handbook that indicates the services and departments that could be found in each building of the Redwood Campus. Contains the programs that are being offered by the College at the time, with a brief explanation of the nature of the job, the program, and the enrollment information, as well as Tuition, fees for the course and some materials that the student may need. The programs shown in this guide are: Accounting, Apparel Manufacturing Training, Architectural Drafting, Auto Mechanics, Auto Paint, Barbering, Brick Masonry Training, Building Construction, Business management, Commercial art, Cosmetology, Data Processing, Drafting and Design, Electricity, Electronics, General Office Clerk, Heavy Duty Mechanics, Hospital Nurse Aide, Hospital Ward Clerk, Hotel/Motel Management, Machine Shop, Marketing, Operating Room Technician, Practical Nursing, Printing, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Secretarial Training, Small Industrial Engines & Recreational Vehicle Maintenance and Welding.
- Leaflets, guides, handbooks, Redwood Campus, Programs, Universities & colleges, enrollments, tuition, fees, accounting, manufacturing, apparels, architecture, architectural education, Mechanics (Persons), Automobile industry, automobiles, Barbering, masonry, stone and masonry working equipment, Building construction, Business education, commercial art, cosmetology, data processing, Design drawings, Drawing, Electricity, Nurses, hospital wards, hotels, marketing, refrigeration, Air conditioning industry, Vocational education
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- SLCC Board of Trustees 1999-01-13: Agenda
- Memorandum dated on January 4th, 1999 for the Board of Trustees at the Salt Lake Community College regarding the agenda for meeting to be held on January 13th, 1999 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: Board of Trustees Report to Regents on R220 Oversight Responsibilities, the Investment Report For December, the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, the Personnel Report, the Major Grants Requested/Received, petitions of the Interpreting for the Deaf Associate of Science to be changed to Associate of Art and Create American Sign Language/Interpreting Department, the Budget Status Report and Legislative Update (includes a comparison on 1999-2000 Board of Regent´s and Governor´s recommendations, the Regents Capital Development and Land Acquisition Priorities), the Student Services Report (Reporting events, updates of the health center, activities of the Community Service Center and updates on the basketball and baseball´s teams were given), the Alumni Council (didn´t report), the Academic Services Report (reported that the accounting courses offered by SLCC would be accepted by all the institution in the state for students who whish to transfer. The SLCC reported to be asked to conduct school-wide drama workshops at Crescent Elementary School. It was reported that six architectural students built a model of the High Tech Classroom Building scheduled to be built on SLCC´s new Jordan Campus. The library reported to be working on a new look of the web page and accommodate links for the new UALC resources and services), the Advisory Council Annual Report (Transmitted concerns for facilities conditions and/or space. Reports actions taken on the semester conversion, adjunct faculty issues, development of distance education, recruitment, capital improvements. It includes a recommendations on Capital improvements, computer upgrading, etc. Openings for adjunct faculty were attached with the requirements for the Division of Community Education, Business Administration, Industry and Information, computational Science and Education, Natural Science and Communication, Humanities, Apprenticeship and Electro-Mechanical Technology. It includes a brochure of propaganda for Distance Learning programs for the Fall Semester 1998), the Skills Center Report (did not report activities), the Development and Fund-Raising Report, the Calendar of Upcoming Events.
- monthly reports, administrative reports, associate degree, administrative regulations, Sign language, Economic policy, Educational facilities, student aid, Events, sports, accounting, Children's theater, Theatrical productions, student projects, High Tech Center (Jordan Campus), Web site development, Abraham Markosian Library (Redwood Campus), Teachers, Teachers' assistants, Distance education, Educational technology, Fund raising
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