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EeglstmMom Ism i Welcome T UTC A l. Ji n n r7rir7! cg n n n rAnmr7i u ImME -t E 0 C5BE1 Volume 11 Number 2 The Official Student Newspaper at Utah Technical College at ProvoOrem Monday September 26, 1983 SSSS WN NNSNV vV -..x WN. j. y,Vf,,,y. .v., .--vwMfv,.- ,, . . .,,, y.y ..... . 1 ' ' r:,:,- :, . -t,- : A'-, -t-A " : 1 I' Construction is going on In several PiresMeiflit!; MMbee Externals Welcome to Utah Technical College! It is good to have the faculty back and the classroom and hallways filled again with enthusiastic students. The excitement of new or returning students who are anxious to get involved in the educational process is energizing to those of us who are employed here. We are eager to help you get the best training possible - your suc todenfe Battle Eegistaton Process f""""""'w I; y y, i ,M Continuing Students waited In lines for several hours after a computer failure. Officials are hoping the registration process will get smoother each quarter. Photo by Kim Paramore. areas of the Utah Technical College cess is our success. You have, no doubt, observed the construction that is taking place on the Orem campus. Good progress is being made on the Student Center Addition and the Physical Education Building, and these facilities, when completed, will greatly improve our ability to provide the social and recreation experiences that students need. Also, you may I Caupas. Student Center Is belHfe have noted that the Institute of Religion is in the process of expanding their facility. As with all construction, however, some inconveniences must be tolerated for a period of time. We are trying to make the inconveniences as minimal as possible, and hope you will bear with us during the construction phase knowing how beneficial to all of us the end result will be. A nonrefundable $50 fee, beginning Fall Quarter 1983, will be imposed on all students. Those who pay the $50 fee prior to registration will be required to pay the balance of the total tuition and fees onor before September 30, 1983. Students withdrawing from school before classes start (October 3, 1983) will forfeit the $50 fee. Students withdrawing from school after October 3, Registration for all new students with approved schedules will be according to the following schedule on the Provo Campus: September 27 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. New Student Registration for all who applied before May 2 and paid $50 deposit before July 15. (First Priority Registratibn by Appointment) 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. September 28 - 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. modeled and there is an hrtmijition h Along with the growth of the campus, we have again experienced a growth in enrollment. Although enrollment has increased year by year, we have now reached the point where we many not be able to take every student who would like to be admitted to the college. However, we will continue to provide quality education, and within that framework enroll as many 1983, will be refunded a prorated amount of tuition and fees with a minimum penalty of said $50 deposit. Sponsored Students must provide the College with a let ter of authorization from the sponsoring agency in lieu of the $50 deposit. However, the student and the agency should be aware that the $50 deposit will be charged to the agency Open Registration for those who missed appointments oh September 27 and Evening Students. Registration for all who applied after May 2 and paid $50 deposit. Appointments made on a first-come, first-served basis. ttyrtM senii tfeere.Offtces have h CMleinie students, as space and funds permit. It is obvious that the community college role of this institution has become increasingly popular because of the many options it provides. Whether you are her to complete a short-term training program, receive as AAS or AS degree, or have plans of a long range nature that will even whether or not the student eventually enrolls in school for Fall Quarter. Remember, the $50 deposit is deducted from the total tuition and fees assessed at the time of registration. Financial Aid Students must pay the $50 deposit if they wish a priority registration appointment. 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. September 29 - 8 a.m. to 4 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. September 30 - 8 a.m. to 7 :tru moved. Photo by Kim Paramore. tually take you to a four-year college or university, our. faculty and staff are committed to helping your reach your goal. You have made an excellent choice in coming to UTC. Best wishes for a great year. President J. Marvin Higbee According to registration officials, the $50 deposit is necessary due to anticipated enrollment limitations. The 1983 Utah State Legislature did not appropriate funds for substantial enrollment growth, and it is therefore necessary that the College determine the number of students who are sincere in their desire to attend Utah Technical College in 1983-84. Open Registration for those who missed appointments on September 28 and Evening Students. Registration for all who applied after May 2 and paid $50 deposit. Appointments made on a first-come, first-served basis. Open Registration for those who missed appointments on September 28 or 29 and for Evening Students. Open Registration for ALL students - New and Continuing. p.m. p.m.
|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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