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F7n F rsxA N 1 i i v 1 V5W Volume 9 No. 27 350 Svudentfs To Gefl Diplomas from OTC Next Thursday, June 4. 350 students will graduate at the commencement exercises. The commencement rites will begin at 6 p.m., outside on the Orem campus adjacent to the Trades Building. The number of students graduating brings the total number to (ion during the current school year. "It is an all time record for the college.'" said President Wilson W. Sorensen, surpassing the 525 graduates of last year. Commencement speaker will be Orville C. Gunther, chairman of the board of the Bank of American Fork and Awards Of Merit To Be Given Architects At Commencement A prominent campus master planning architect and a supervising state architect who assisted in designing the new Orem campus for Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem will receive Awards of Merit June 4 at spring commencement exercises of the college. They are Bruce H. Jensen and Benjamin Kay Hutchinson, both of Salt Lake City, who were state architects for the master plan of the Orem campus from the time the planning began in June 1973 until the present six-building status of the campus. President Wilson W. Sorensen will formally present the degrees at rites which will see the graduation of 350 students, bringing to 600 graduated during the current school year which is an all-time record for the institution. LaVar Rockwood, OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM member of the community board of directors of the fund-raising foundation formed last December for Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem. The commencement ceremony will be as follows: Prelude and processional, Dr. Doug Warner; Conducting, President Wilson W. Sorensen; Invocation, Kerry Graves, Studentbody President, 1981-81: Address, Mark Fisher, Studentbody President, 1980-81; Musical Number, Sandy Nielson, Miss Utah Technical College, 1981-82; Address, Orville C. dean of administrative services at Utah Tech and chairman of the new campus planning steering committee, said it is the first college campus ever constructed in Utah with a master plan from the very beginning. President Sorensen said Jensen and Hutchinson were selected for Awards of Merit because of their creativity and innovations which made the new campus the finest facility of its kind in Utah and certainly one of the finest in the nation. He said both architects went beyond the call of duty and donated much of their own time and effort over the years since it began. The campus is designed specifically for vocational - technical education with the special benefits of flexibility and expansion. Buildings can be changed and adapted to new and growing Gunther, President, Bank of American Fork and Member of Board of Directors. UTC Foud-nntion. Inc.; Musical Number. Brett Healey, Electronics Stuent, Trumpet Solo; Presentation of Special Awards, Bruce Jensen, Ben Hutchinson; Presentation of graduates. Dr. Dee Martin, Education Vice Pres.; Announcing of Graduates, Oscar Jesperson. Awarding of Diplomas. Kem C. Gardner. Utah Si. Cd. of Regents, a member of Institutional Council; Benediction, Bruce Bastian. Studentbody Vice President, Academic Affairs,1980-81. conditions as they might arise. The state purchased the 185-acre Orem site in 1966, beginning planning in June 1973 and starting work on the first structure, the Automotive Trades Building, the same year. The campus now has six major buildings the Automotive Trades, Business, Learning Resources Center, Trades Building, Electrical-Mechanical (heating and air-conditioning), and the Student Center. The Student Center was built with student funds accumulated and still sustained by annual fees from students, plus a federal grant to support interest payments. No tax money went into this structure, Sorensen emphasized. The Utah State Legislature has made two appropriations of $8 million each for the Orem Students prepare for Photo by LisaWardle campus development. Rockwood said a seventh structure, the Health Technology and Administraticn Building, is now in the planning stage. Th; design drawings have been completed but actual construction must await action by the legislature. The older Provo campus of the college is still used to capacity, necessitated by the growing enrollment of Utah Tech which this year passed 4,500 day and evening students. About two-thirds are on the Orem campus and the remainder at the Provo facility. Both Jensen and Hutchinson have long lists of accomplishments and honors in the architectural field. Each has designed numerous buildings for the state and private industry, particularly for education. In 1979 Jensen received the Distinguished Service Award from the national association of University Architects for his . contributions to campus planning and design. It is the highest award given final examinations and finish Finals Schedule Instructions: Read across to the day(s) of your class, then read down and find the starting time of that class. This is your FINAL EXAM day and time. Students having more than two exams on one day, may request a rescheduling of the third exam at a different time. See your instructor to make this arrangement. Final exam week will be the last week of each quarter. It your class begins al And is on the following days M. W. F. MW. MF, WF. MWF. MTWTHF MTWTH, MWTHF. MTTHF. MTWF T. TH. TTH TWTHI Your final exam schedule is 7 00 of 8 00 or 9 00 or 10 00 or 1 1:00 or 1 2 00 or 1 00 or 2 00 or 3 00 or 4 00 or 5 00 or 7 30 8 30 9 30 10.30 11 30 12 30 1 30 2 30 3 30 4 30 5 30 7.00 - 8 00 6.00 1Q 00 10 00 12 00-12 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 - Note: Evening classes, those that meet at 6 p.m. or later, will have their final exams during final week at their regularly scheduled class time. Seminar Utah Technical College Nursing department has announced that a recruiting seminar will be held June 1st. The Nursing seminar will be held on the UTC Orem Campus at 10:00 a.m. Nurse May 29, 1981 last minute assignments. 9 00 10 00 10 00 F 9 00 T 8 00 TH 8 00 T 10 00 TH 10 00 T 12 00-TH 12 00 T 2 00 TH 2 00 T 4 00 TH 4 00 11 00 1000 1000 12 00 1200 2 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 6 00 6:00 12:00 12 00 200 2 00 4 00 4 00 600 6 00 recruiters and directors of nursing representing area hospitals, clinics and nursing homes have been invited. A light luncheon will be served to all of the nursing students and participants during the seminar. For further mfomation call 224-6161 ext. 138.
|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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