|Previous||1 of 8||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
Vol. 7 No. 12 Polytechnic College of Utah is the new name which the Utah State Board of Regents will recommend to the State Legislature for Utah Technical College of Provo and Orem. Utah Tech President Wilson W. Sorensen announced this following a meeting of the Board of Regents, under whom Utah Tech functions, where the recommendation was adopted. On Wednesday, a metting is scheduled with the college's institutional council and state legislatures of Utah Juab and Wasatch Counties to officially acquaint them with the new name and seek their support. The institutional council is headed by Grant C. Burgon, administrator of the Utah Valley Hospital, and includes 10 other leaders from business and industry appointed by the governor, plus the studentbody and alumni presidents of the college. Final decision rests with the legislature, President Possible Tax A property tax limitation could force state school to use double sessions or year round classes, say slat education officials. State Board of Education Administrator Charles . P. Lloyd and State Superintendent Walter Talbot recommended a $13.1 million appropriations be made for 1979-1980 school construction. But they told the Public Education Interim Study Committee that would not be enough. Talbot said decisions must be about Utah's school building program. The projected growth in the number of students is a total of about 525,000 within 10 years. And within five I J i L-SL... A new name has been recommended for Ihe I lah Technical C ollege Ihe school an idenlil all its own. Sorensen emphasized, and it will be recommended to that body in the form of a bill during the upcoming session. "We have long needed a Limitation years the state will have $576 million in accumulated building needs. Insurance Available UTC's Department of Public Safety has announced that the school's insurance agent will be available to students to contact about insurance needs. The agent will be available from 11:00 to 1:00 in the Orem Campus Student Center on the following dates: Jan. 3, Jan. 17, Jan. 31. Feb. 14, Feb. 28, March 14, and March 29. Students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. n r n I AH TKC'HNICAL C'OI.LKGK AT PROVO new name," said President Sorensen, "particularly since opening our Orem campus. Officially our name is still Utah Technical College at Provo, but we have unofficially added the Orem for Obvious reasons. "The name of Polytechnic College of Utah recom Orientation Planned by Departments and Council An orientation has been set up for winter quarter, however, not on as an elaborate of basis as fall quarter. Orientation will be conducted on a departmental basis. For most departments, classes will begin Jan. 3 as scheduled. However, in helping new students understand the policies and procedures at UTC individual classes may be interrupted or dismissed. Students are asked to call their departments regarding orientation. The Studentbody officers at UTC have planned several activities for Orientation day Al lroo and Orem. The Name mended by the Board of Regents in a good choice. It will give us an identity of our own, and remove the confusion from which both our institution and that in Salt Lake have suffered from the similarity of names up to now." - Jan. 3. From 11 - 2:30 they will hold a Malibu Revue. This will be a concert and assembly. At the assembly they will introduce the basketball team, cheerleaders and student council members. Classes will not be excused for this activity, however, student officers are asking individual faculty members to allow students to attend. From 8:30 to Midnight, the student council will sponsor an orientation dance in the Wilson Student Center. All students are invited to attend. r--- ;. - il I i . . - j T ; i suhmilled is Fohlechnie C ollege of I Technical College at Provo and Utah Technical College As matters stand now, Utah's two technical colleges are officially named Utah Final Registration Sef For January 2 It is once again time for students to complete the registration process. Whether the student is returning or registering for classes their first time, the UTC registration office has tried to make the process as simple as possible. All registration will be held at the Orem Campus of Utah Technical College and most of it will be conducted in the compound between the student center and the business building. Process number one is for the student to go to the table and pick up their packet. Step two involves two parts. For persons who have preregistered they only need January 2, 1979 lah. I he new name should gie at Salt Lake. People unfamiliar with the situation often confuse the two in various ways, particularly those from out of state, said the president. to pay and go through a final check. Students who have not preregistered need to go to an advisor. The advisors will be located in the compound also. Step three is to pull cards. The cards will be located at various tables, with instructors and secretaries to answer questions. The next step is preliminary registration, where a check is done on cards and times. Step five is to pay and step six is a final check of registration and payment. Students who have scholarships and Basic Educational Opportunity Grants, should report to financial aids.
|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|