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r n n n r i o o 0 z-A0J0je0J U0 U dDDVD011 A special surcharge, or additional fee, of $1 per credit hour will be imposed by Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem for the coming spring quarter only--a policy which will be followed by most of Utah's public colleges and universities, according to Utah Tech President Wilson W. Sorensen. The new charge was suggested by the state board of regents as a Vol. 9 No. 14 UTC DECA Club Walks Avay With Major State Wins On Wednesday, Jan. 28. a group of 35 determined DECA members journeyed to St. George, Utah to compete in the iflRl Utah Junior Collegiate State DECA Career Development Conference. During the throe-day conference, 11 events were held to qualify DECA members from Utah to compete at the national competition that will be held later in April. The DECA chapter came back with the strongest showing in the school's history. Among the 11 events held,UTC-Provo-Orem brought home 8 first-place trophies. G second places, nnd 4 third places. The strong showing was a result of many long hours of preparation by the school's DECA par- Dave Litchford hoists first places in state DECA means of raising much-needed funds, said President Sorensen, a condition resulting from the latest budget cut ordered by the legislature. It was then left to each college or university in the state whether or not to impose the fee. Eight of Utah's nine public institutions of higher learning have announced they will do so, including Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem. ticipants and support and guidance from the schools Business Management Faculty. The Business Management Faculty and the DECA chapter of UTC - Provo - Orem especially thanks the DECA advisor, David Litchford, for his coordination of the entire winning effort. The winners of the events held on Thursday were: MDM-Human Relations. John Nielsen '2nd place) and Jennefer Dolman (5th place). Advertising Campaign, Jennefer Dolman and Kathy Ball (2nd place), Hon Dow and Tom Mcintosh (3rd place I.Greg Flores and Kerry Graves (4th place). Sales Representative, Nicl ' Wakefield (1st place). Rick Edwards w. one of the winning trophies, competition. Utah Technical College at Salt Lake is still studying the matter, and has not yet announced a decision. President Sorensen emphasized that the students are not sharing the entire burden. About half of the necessary funds will be supplied by the college itself through adjustments in its programs. Two administrators of Utah Tech at Provo-Orem. Dr. Gilbert Olsen, Official Newspaper of the Utah (4th place). Credit and Finance. Tami Morgan '1st place), Cindy Beagley (2nd place), iiles Promotion. Brent Lundcll (2nd place.) MDM - Merchandising Neil Wakefield (1st place). Greg Flores, (5th place). Brent Lundell (6th place). Five schools from the state participated in the competition. Besides I TC-Provo-Orem, Weber State College. Dixie College. Snow College, and UTC-Salt Lake also participated. The State DECA competition continued through Friday with another strong showing byUTC-Provo-Orem, placing winners in the compentency-based events. The winners from these events were: Apparel and Accessories Velov Turner (1st place), giving UTC eight of 11 dean of business affairs, and Grant L. Cook, registrar, explained the new charge this way. For spring quarter only, each student, both day and evening, will pay $1 per credit hour in addition to the regular tuition. Olsen and Cook emphasized that Utah Tech at Provo-Orem has decided to limit it to $1 per credit hour, whereas some other institutions in the state have indicated they will Technical College - PtoreOrem. Cheryl Myers (7th place). Food Service, Phylis Pierce (1st place), Jay 11 ill (2nd place), Susan suitt 1 3rd place), John Milovich (4th place), Cassandra George (5th place). Gene Pochran i;th place). Food Marketing. Rick Edwards (1st place), Paul Brown (4th place). General Merchandising, Kathy Ball (1st place), Ramon Castillo (3rd place). Ann Graves (4th place). Ron Dow (5th place). John Nielson (6th place). Real Estate, Tami Morgan (1st place). Sales Manager Meeting Ann Graves (4th place), Gene Pochran (5th place.) Some areas in which the chapter really excelled were in the Food Service and General Merchandising areas. Wes Bitters' Hotel-Restaurant students made a clean sweep of the Food Service event. Also, Tami Morgan and Niel Wakefield were double winners by taking 1st place in two events. The conference ended Friday night with the awards banquet. The school's DECA advisor, David Litchford, and the Business Management's Department Chairman, Jerry Conder, gleamed with pleasure and excitement as the school walked away with the majority of the awards. charge $2. The two men emphasized the move is an emergency procedure to meet the emergency financial needs of the college arising from the unexpected budget cuts. "It will enable us to get through this fiscal year." they said, "and from present indications we will not need to extend it beyond the spring quarter." The two said thev feel , ,, 1 A dance held at the Star Palace last weekend by the Circle K Club for the March of Dimes, brought in a successful contribution. Circle K Sponsors Dance For M.O.D. by Cedric N. Chatterley On Friday January 30 there was a dance at the Star Palace sponsored by the Circle K club of UTC. The proceeds were given to the March of Dimes Telethon which was held over the weekend. The Future Home Maker of America (FHA) of Orem High School also had a hand in raising funds for the Telethon, it's a modest charge, and that they do not fear any marked effect on enrollment as a result. Current tuition and regular fees for a student taking 10 credit hours or more at Utah Tech is $171 per quarter for a resident of the state and $429 for non-resident. Students taking less than 10 hours pay a pro-rated tuition depending on the number of credit hours. The $1 per credit hour will apply to everyone. February 6, 1981 fJ reported David Sander of Circle K. "It looks like the dance and other fund misers were successful," Sander reported. The sum of $1,000 was raised for the March of Dimes. Sanders commented on his appreciation for KEYY radio and all their help and especially for those who came to the dance.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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