October 9, 2001

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

9 October 2001 Meeting Notes
7:30-8:40am

Present: Wixson, Crangle, Campbell, Kent, Dmoore, Fahey, Hage, Fogleman, Freyhofer, Mathis, Ramsay. Excused: McCahan, Landry, Huckins. Absent: JMoore, Ayers, Barry.

Handouts:

  • Emails on cost of books and supplies (from Ed Wixson)

  • FY2002 first quarter budget update by Bill Crangle (tab 15)

  • Review of 1600 fund (general), 2640 fund (Res Life) and 2650 fund (dining) (tab 15)

Dick Hage and Ed Wixson led a discussion about the value or total cost of textbooks given to students for student financial aid. The committee agreed that the $700 allowance was fair and reasonable.

Bill reviewed the FY2002 first quarter budget update. A number of changes and additions were discussed and a redraft will be sent to committee members and the entire campus.

Discussion resumed from last week on the capacity model. The committee decided that since Ginny Barry was not available to discuss classroom capacity, it would hold the topic until the next meeting.

Adjourned at 8:40am.

The next CBC meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 23 at 7:30am in HUB 119.

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