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UYC Vol. 9 No. 10 Winter Quarter: Heavy Registration From New Students New students turned out in unprecidented numbers to sign up for classes in the winter term atUTC. According to Bruce Carter of registration, over 800 applications had been received from new students alone. Because of this, registration on Monday morning was crowded, but yet comfortable, with new dasssed being added to accomodate the large number of new students. Several areas of study are now closed until spring or fall quarter. They include: Kleclrical. K 1 e c t r i c a 1 an d Grade Reports Available ir;iflc reports will be available for students to obtain I mm the Provo licuislration Office on Ian !!th and !)th. Or from the Orem Henistration Students Urged To Comply With UTC Parking Standards Voluntarily UTC Police will begin immediate enforcement in all parking lots on the UTC campuses. Cars parked in improper zones, or without parking decals may be towed. "Persons who are repeated parking offenders will be towed," says Chief Eric Frame of the UTC Police Department.According to Frame, this can cost the student anywhere from $25 to $40 depending on the towing company and the type of vehicle. The parking decals are now for sale in the bookstore and cost $5. All students, faculty and staff must have a parking sticker on their vehicles. Without the proper decal, a vehicle may be given a warning, citation or be towed. "We don't like to go Police Begin Immediate GtivorcemGni OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE Automation, Nursing, Dental Assisting, Diesel Mechanics and Radiation. Students wanting to major in these areas should add their names to waiting lists at the registration office. Today will be the last day for students to add and drop classes without a $1 late fee. According to UTC officials, one of the main reasons enrollment is so high at UTC is because many students from V. r i i h a m Young 1 uivcrsity attend I'TC in the General Education 1 'viiLiiam Office .Ian 12th and :!tb. I'lease make note that the I'rovo Registration office will be closed Jan. 12th and i:ith tor posting of grades. out and give tickets, we would rather have voluntary compliance. We are very pleased with the compliance we have had in this area most of the time," said Frame. Students are encouraged to use the new parking on the north side of the campus by the institute. This area has been turned into a oneway street so that parking stalls could be opened in the remaining lane. The UTC Police force is also available to help anyone with an immediate car problem. "We are available to give jump starts, help students with their locked cars, and we even have gas cans to help students who find themselves stranded in this situation. We will also stop and help I' V "1 -"i Aax Most of the returning UTC students had completed registration before they left for Christmas, however, there were plenty of lines to wait in for the new students wanting to attend UTC. Han to business transact your through the any car we see stranded anywhere if we see a UTC decal on their vehicle. This can be on the interstate or any of the roads in between campuses that the officers may be traveling on," said Chief Frame. Frame adds that the main problem his department has had this year is with hit and run situations in the parking lots., "If someone hits your car and leaves the scene, come in our office and we'll investigate. If you hit someone elses car, and they aren't around, come tell us or leave a note with your address and phone number," he said. The chief added there had been more hit and run accidents this year than in the last five years. - -t tWMi. tMiattij XK-wi Orem office if possible during those dates. ACTIVITIES January 1981 9 - Baksetball Game at Mountain View High School - 7:30 p.m. UTC vs. Western Wyo. 10 - Basketball Game at Mountain View High School - 7:30 p.m. UTC vs. Ricks 15 Blood Drive on Provo Campus -8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 16 - New Quarter Dance 20 - Basketball Game at Mountain View High School - 7:30 p.m. UTC vs. CSI 24 - Ski Party at Park West 26 - Basketball Game at Mountain View High School - 7:30 p.m. 30 - Basketball Game at Mountain View High School - 7:30 p.m. 30 - Western Dance sponsored by the UTC Rodeo Club AT PROVOOREM t - V Openings For Preschool Children In Children's Center Utah Technical College in Orem has a beautiful new children's center. It is fully equipped with the latest equipment both inside and out and meets all government requirements for a day care center. The center is for children ages three to six years and is aimed at meeting the needs of the "whole child." The center is to train college students for certification in child care. This gives the children a high ratio of one teacher to six children. The students work with the children on all developmental levels: large and small muscle development, social development and moral responsibility, language and reading readiness, intellectual discovery as well as much music, art and science. The college student is Jan. 9, 1981 -J required to also take two child nutrition classes where he or she learns to provide nutritious snacks, food experiences and hot lunches for the children in the center. This is a delightful time for the children as they learn to eat many new and different foods as well as different ethnic foods they may not try at home. The child also begins to be more aware of good nutrition. A parenting class is a requirement for the parent of the child in the center. This is to help meet the various individual needs of each child by working together to benefit the child. There are very few openings available for winter quarter. To register your child, see Mrs. Anne Cox, Trades 301 at the children'scenter.
|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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