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fRADEWIND VOLUME 5 No. 12 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO December 6, 1976 Preparations Made for Winter Quarter Sign.up Pre-registration for Winter Quarter will be held on December 13, 14, and 15. Early bird advantages are afforded students who pre-register, such as first opportunity to obtain classes they desire. The Winter Quarter Class Schedule is available and can be purchased for 25 cents at the Bookstore. The schedule contains important information concerning registration procedures, registration and class fees, vehicle regulations, veteran benefits and financial aids. ' Official registration day is not until January 3, 1977, Tuesday December 14 Welding 8 a.m. Diesel Mechanics 9a.m. Machine Shop and Graphic Communications 10 a.m. Drafting Design 11a.m. Electronics (ET, EM, EW, TR) 1p.m. Electrical Automation 2 p.m. Building and Grounds 3 p.m. Wednesday December 15 Collision Repair 8 a.m. Auto Mechanics 9 a.m. Building Construction 10 a.m. Refrigeration 11a.m. Professional Driving and Heavy Equipment Operator 1 p.m. Human Services and Prac. Nursing 1 :30 p.m. Dental Assisting 2:30 p.m. A, ! First year Construction students at UTC-P are selling sheds they have been working during the last quarter. These shed are going for the cost of building supplies and prices range from $200 to $500. A few of the sheds were on display on the back lawn of the school recently. Photo by Bryant Harmon however, students who have pre-registered for classes will find finalization much faster. Below is the schedule outlined for students to pick up packets and meet with advisors for completing pre-registration. Those students attending the Orem Campus (Diesel Mech., Auto Mech. and Collision Repair) will pick up packets from their advisor, plus their class cards. These must be brought to the registration office for checking before payment of fees. Fees and tuition have not changed from those in effect during fall quarter. Students pre-registering will have the advantages of obtaining classes they desire. Pre-registration for Winter Quarter begins Institute Plans Closing Social The Institute of Religion's Closing Social and Service project are being combined into one this year. On Wed. Dec. 8, all students, faculty, and staff that are interested in participating will travel to several rest homes in the area. Once at the rest homes they will entertain the residents with Christmas Carols, inspiring stories and just old fashioned visiting. Afterwards those who are participating will meet at the institute building for a social. Refreshments will be served. Those who are interested should meet at the Institute building at 5:30 p.m. on that day. Christmas Party Is for Everyone On Tuesday, December 14th, all students are invited to bring their children, or little brothers and sisters to the UTC-P's annual Christmas Party. The party will be held in the UTC-P cafeteria at 7 p.m. ending around 9 p.m. Admission price will be 50 cents per child, 75 cents for adults, or a special price of $1.50 per family. There will be special Christmas movies for the little ones, along with refreshments. Highlighting the party, will be a surprise visit from Santa Claus. Remember, it's for kids of all ages. See you there! i 4 'A - - V . - S -mi a.,, A j "-. . i Z7 " ' " '" 1 1 1 "" I ? ; '"" ,. ! ' I 1 " rrm t 1 Inter -Club 1. r imir 0 -w, - - v j The ICC held a meeting last Thursday in the Faculty lounge to discuss the various events happening in clubs throughout the school. The ICC held a meeting on December 2 to discuss events und activities of the various clubs at UTC-P. The Inter-Club Council is made up of representatives from each of the clubs at UTC-P, with it's primary duty being to mediate these organizations. Among the things discussed by the council, was the motion passed giving George Tanner, an instructor at UTC, $300 enabling him to produce the reknowned annual Tanner melodrama. December 13 going through 14, and 15. Students who have pre-registered will also find finialzation much faster. Photo by Rich Braun Council It was decided by the council that the ICC would buy mistletoe as a organization and then distribute it to the various clubs to sell to UTC students and others for the holiday season. The Dental Assisting Department was given permission to sell Christmas candy and also homemade Christmas trees made from pine cones. Various other items were .wax?? Fkets Photo by Rich Braun Inter-Club Board members are from left to right: Darrell Cornford, Gary Heslington, Glen Hill, Mickey Nielsen, Ron Meryhew. discussed and an election was held to elect a 1st Chariman for the ICC Board. Karla Kohler was elected to fill this position. The next ICC meeting will be held on the first Thursday in January following the Christmas holiday vacation. It will be held in the Faculty Lounge and all club presidents are encouraged by the ICC Board to attend.
|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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