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O Volume 10 Number 15 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM January 29, 1982 3 I'M' Pto Replacement For Frame Until Evaluation By Lisa Evans Mr. Eric Frame, Chief of Public Safety, has accepted a top position with Northwest Energy Corporation in Salt Lake City. According to Mr. Lavar Rockwood, there will be no new Chief of Security for the time being. All security services will be combined with grounds operations under the supervision of Dick Van Zomeren. For the next six months, the security staff will review the public safety services for modification and change. After the survey of services, other considerations will be made. 97 w ( ? ERIC FRAME & b u By Sharon Carlisle There is still some financial aid left for this school year. There are two types students can apply for; basic grant and guaranteed student loan. A basic grant is not repayable and is based on the students needs, and income of the student or the student's family. A guaranteed student loan is an actual loan from the bank. If the student is a resident of Utah, then the bank should be local, but if the student is from out of state the bank should also be from the state in which the student is from. In a guaranteed loan, if the student or if" 3 Some unusual parking situations have resulted from the recent snow storms. This Toyota truck takes advantage of a "packed" spot. students family makes less than $30,000 a year, the student can borrow up to S833 per term. If the income is over $30,000 a year then the loan shall be determined by an income table. Applicants are now available at the financial aid office in room M 118 on the Provo campus from 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Applicants for the next school year will be available in March. A 2.0 G.P.A. is required for receiving financial aid. Full time students are picked first because of limited funding. If there are any questions concerning financial aid contact any staff member at the Financial Aid office. Tech Has Hot, Volleyball Team The UTC men's Volleyball Team, coached by Brian Funk and Lori Richards, is off to a successful start. Season openers included wins against Long Beach City College, in town for a match against BYU, and easily defeating BYU's JV team in front of a large Smith Fieldhouse crowd last Friday night. The win was attributed to the strong hitting and blocking of Ty McRae, Ramsey Cabinillo and Doug Langlois with excellent defense played by John Collier and Drew Blake. Future matches will include games against Univ. of Utah, Weber State, Ricks College and several California tournaments. Tax Kelp Available For UTC Students Free help on preparing income tax returns is being offered for the elderly, low income citizens, foreigners and regular Utah Tech students by advanced accounting students of Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem. The free service begins immediately, according to Dennis Greer, CPA, member of the Utah Tech accounting faculty who is in charge of the program. Information as to whether or not anyone qualifies for the service may be had by calling Greer's office at 226-5000, ext. 121 or 182. People may also walk in without appointment at two places and times in the Utah Tech Business Building on the Orem Campus. They may call at Room 105 in the Business Building from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., and from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in Room 126, also in the Business Building. Both places will offer the service Mondays through Fridays from now until the income tax deadline on April 15. The program was carried out last year, said Greer, and some 500 returns were prepared free. Last year about 50 advanced accounting students took part. This year the number will be about 70, Greer said. The accounting students are taking part in the Federal Volunteer Income Tax Assistant program. Both federal and state returns will be prepared. Pendegrass Receives Journal Appointment Don Pendergrass has been appointed as a member of the founding Board of Editors for the proposed Utah Community and Technical College Journal. The circulation of the Journal will include all faculty members of the five Utah two-year colleges, Regents, Institutional Council members, key legislators, members of the State Board of Education, Utah college and university libraries and other selected persons. All faculty members are invited to submit articles for inclusion in the Journal. The manuscript should first be submitted to Mr. Pendergrass, who will then submit the manuscript to the Office of Commissioner of Higher Education. Manuscripts are due by March 15, 1982 to Mr. Pendergrass and must be typed and double-spaced. For additional information, contact Don Pendergrass.
|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;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|