CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
March 17, 1971
Centro I Michigon Univel"$ity Boord of Trustees
Meeting of Mcl rch 17, 1971
Mt. Pleasont, Michigon
Members present: 0... Roger M. bReld, Jr. ; Nw . Alfred J. Fortino
Mn. Katharine C. Hohtod;~. James M. Umphrey, Chairman;
tw. Wolter W. Wightman; Dr . William B. Boyd, President.
Members absent : Miss Dee Boel"$mo; Dr. lloyd M. Cofer; and
tN. l awrence O. Rahilly.
Also a ttending: Dr . Terrence J. Corey, Secre tory to the Boord of
Trustees; Nw. Arthur E. Ellis, Vice President for Public Anal" and
Treowrer of the Boord; Or. Albert S. Miles, Vice President for
Student Affairs; Dr. Chorles J. Ping, ProvOlI; tw. Jerry R. Tubbs,
Acting Vice President for Business ond FInance.
The meeting was ca lled to order ot 2:10 p.m. by the Cha irman.
It was moved by tw. Wolter Wightman, Jeconded by tw . Alfred Fortino,
and CQ"ied, rhot 1M Minutes of the February 17, 1971, Meeting be
II was moved by Dr . Roger s...sfi e ld, Hconded by 1*. Wo lte r Wlghlmon,
ond carried, thot the fo llowing recommendotions of the admini stration
be a pproved .
Re tiremenh, Rcslgnotioos, and Tenninotions:
Lois Cross , Anoclote Professor, Business Education, effe ctive
June 30, 1971
Prem S. Loumos, Associate ProfeS$Or, Economies, end of winter
semeste r, 1971
.Jeanette F. Tudor, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology,
end of winter semester, 1971
Patric ia Froncb, Clerk Typist C-I, Alumni Re lations
Retirements, Resignations, and Termina t ion$ - continued
Donna Keaton, Senior Progrommer PTS-7, Dolo Procef,S ing
Mildred Kolenda, Principal Clerk C-4, Payroll
M:. riooluckey, Heod Redden! A-I , Housing Programs
Robert M:.ihafer, Junior Auditor PTS-8, Intemol Auditing
Donald Melrvin, Uti lity Worker MF-2, University Center
Carl Peacock, General Maintenance Meln MF-4, Ph)"$lcal Plant
Bess Saylor, Clerk Sleno C-3, finoncial Aim
Ellen Zimawske, Senior Clerk Typist C-2, Academic Affoirs
Almedo C . Choffer, Temporary Instructor, one-third time, Nla themotia ,
winter semester, 1970-71
B. S., Il linois State Univenity, 1963
M. S., Illinoh State Univenity, 1965
Sron ley Duczik, Temporary Auisro nt Instructor, reappointment,
three-fourths time, hoIathemo tlcs, one- fourth time, Industrial Education
Vocotiona l Project, winter s_der, 1970-71
B.A .. Unlvenityof hoIaniiabo, 1962
B.S. , Unlvenity of Mmitabo, 1966
Graduate work: Centro I Michigan Univenily
Koren Edwards, Temporary Instructor, Home Economia, Family life and
Consumer Education, wint!!r semester, 1970-71
B.S., PurdlHl Uni versity, 1968
M.S. , Pennsylvania Siote Univenily, 1970
James F. Hopfensperger, Temporary Instructor, part- time, Art, winter
B.S., Wiscomin Stote College, 1954
M.S.A. , lkl iversity of Wisconsin, 1965
Appointments - continued
WDrcla Paladino, Temporary InstnJctor, one4.alf time, Music, winter
B.S., Bowling Green State Univenity, 1963
M.A., State University of Iowa, 1964
Advanced graduate work: Wyandotte ConselVOtary
Mayville State Colieg'"
janice Bronson, Keypunch Operator C-4, Administrotive Data
Wr:lry Ann Cole, Clerk Stena C-3, Finoneiol Aids
Gerald Faber, Custodian (Swingman) .w:-4, Physica l Plant
Nancy Fox, Clerk Stena C- 3, Speech & Dramatic hi's
Sheryl Hatch, Clerk Typist C-l , librory
Wr:lrilyn McGeorge, Equipment location Clerk C-3, Equipment Inventory
Chorles Myen , Senior Custodian Mf-4, University Cent",r
Ouito Russell, Bookkeepe1'" C-4, library
Sue Sockett, Senior Clerk Steno C-4, librory
/IIourice Schemms, Auditor Trainee PTS-5, one-half time, Internal
Barbara Sharp, Clerk Siena C-3, Univenity Center
Christian Streitmatter, Electronic Technieian PTS-5, Chemistry
Promotions and Reelassific:ations:
Marcia Anee to Senior Clerk Stena C-4, Financial Aids
Ferdie Brewer to Custodian MF-4, Phydcal Plant
Jackie Gannon to Senior Clerk Stena C-4, HPER
Will iam Hennes to Audio-Vlsvol Tec:hnician PTS-6, Library
Promotions cmd Reclosdficotions - continued
John Kompf to Custodion MF-4, Physicol Plant
George Macklin to Acting Production Supervisor PTS-5, Administrotive
Edward Marohn to General WDintenonce /lion MF-4, Physicol Plant
leo /IIortin to Journeyman Painter MF-l0, Physical Plant
Georgia Mi lan to elm Steno C-3, onl!-holf time, RMeorch & Special
Ann Murphy to Computer Operator Trainee PTS-2, Administrotive Data
Colman Levien, Profess«, Physics, ",ffective beginning of 1971 -72
TUITION AND FEE RATES FOR 1971-72:
It was maved by Dr. Roger Busfield, seconded by tw. Wolter Wightman,
and corried, tha t the Finance Committee of the Boord of Trustees be
authorized to review and approve the establishment of:
o. tuition and fee rates
b. room and board rates
c. apartment renta l rates
d . parietal rules
prior to the next regular meeting of the Boord of Trvsteel on April 21, 1971.
NEW DEGREE PROGRAM:
The Bachelor of Individualized Studies degree program is d.nigned to rerve
the needs of shJdents whos", interesl's and abilities may be frus trated by more
conventiona l, struc:hJred programs. The program is on attempt to provide
opporhJnity for a responsible expression of unusual Intellec:tual interest by
pennitting student involvement in flexible curriculum planning.
New Degree Program - continued
Students who e lect this progrom should be owore that it moy not satisfy
requirements for odmlnion to graduate programs in some UIl ivel'$ities, or it
may not satisfy professional employment requiremellts. 11 is suggested
that each student cOllsider these requiremellts before ellteri ng the
ptogrom, if possible.
It was moved by Dr. Roger Busfield, seconded by MI. Alfred Fortino,
and corried, that the degree pragrom os passed by the lII'llve"ity Senate
be approved and that the adrninistrotian be directed to hold further
conversations with the senate concerning the designated title.
HOUSING--LIFE STYLES 1971-72:
III M:Jy 1970 a life style plall for Central Michigan Unlve"ity residence
ho lls wos approved by the Boord of Trustees and has been in effect for the
past sll( months of thb academic year. It was impossible to implement the
entire pion approved by the Boord because of the latenen ill announcing
the plan, ond becouse of student choices.
Pion opproved In fWly 1970:
"Barnes HoI! witt be reserved for graduate students ond
students who ore 21 yea~ of age or older. H
It wos moved by~. Alfred Fortino, seconded by M-. Walter Wightman,
and corried, that Barnes Holl be reserved in 1971-n for groduote students,
students who ore 21 yeo" of uge or older, ond students wim 55 credit hovn
who hove porenta l permission.
INTEREST SUBSIDY GRANT FOR BROOMFIELD APARTMENTS:
In M:J rch 1969 Centrol Mlchlgon University ITI(Ide application ta the
Department of Housing and Urbon Development for assistance in the
construction of 100 married studen t aportments in the form of on Interest
subsidy grant totaling approximate ly $50 , 000 per yeor. The low bidder
on the sa le of the bonds for thb project, Broomfield Rood Apartments,
was N.e rritl Lynch , Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc., and these bonds
were delivered on or about November I, 1970. The interest rote for the
entire Issue was 7.43409%. The foctor which would subsidize the
interest beyond 3% amounts to approl(imately $50,071 per yea r. The
authorlzctlon which hod been received tota led $49,995. In consultation
with the Ann Arbor Trust Compony ot thot time, and in view of the fac t
Interest Subsidy Grant for Bmomfleld Apartments - continued
that me allWXltlt was so d ose, tM Unlvenity did flOt 05k for on ioaease
In the fund reservation omount . Final poyment on this boIld issue will
be mode in the)'eM 2002, 0 pet'iod of 30 yean from Initial poyment.
It was moved by Nr. Alfred Fortino, seconded by lin. Katharine Hofstod,
and ean'led, thot the followi ng Resolution be approved.
BE IT RESOL YEO THAT: The o.portment of Housing and
Urban Development Gront Agreement for Project CH-MICH 144 (D),
doted February 9, 1971, In me fum of on annual interest
subsidy gront In me amount of $49,995 be accepted.
It was moved by />in . Katharine Haktad, seconded by Dr. Roger Bosfie ld,
and cOrTled, mot me foll owing gifts be occepted with the appreciation of
Shirley and James Lamphey I SO.OO Memorial Gifts Clearing Account
National Bank of Detroit 25.00 Memorial Gifts Clearing Account
Michigan Council of StoN College
Pre5ldents 25.00 Memorial Gifts Clearing Account
Darold and Margaret Cline 30.00 Memorial Gifts Cleating Account
Clerical Service Stoff Assoc:lotlon 100.00 Memorial Gifts Clearing Account
William f. Soskin SO .OO Memorial Gifts Clearing Account
Saginaw Volley College 25.00 Memoriol Gifts Clearing Account
Rely B. ond Nancy J. Loeschn.r 25.00 /WJry Fisher Anspach Scholonhlp
Foith Johnston 25.00 /okJry Fisher Anspach Scholorshlp
Olive H. Kries 25.00 /okJry Fisher Anspach Scholonhip
CMU Alumni Association 25.00 /WJry Flsh.r Anspach Scholorshlp
MI. ond Mrs. Oliver Joy 25,00 Mary Fisher Anspach Scholonhlp
State of Michigan YMCA $ 105.00 MJry Fisher Anspoch Schola!'$hlp
The Dow G.emlcol Company 1,560.00 Designoted
lybnJl'ld Foundation 250.00 Designated: Accounting Dept.
Senalol"and tin. Robert p. Griffin 25.00 General Fund
Goll E. MJklnen 25.00 General Fund
Robert L. Johnson 30.00 General Fund
G.ristapher C. Show, Jr. 25.00 Genelll i Fund
President Soyd noted thot we connat negotiate with even the low bidder
on the Health Service Building. This will be rebid as saon os possible.
President Boyd a lso gave a report on 197I-n elV"Ol1ment. 1M 197 I-n
budget request was based on an FYES (fl scol year equated student) enrollment
of 15,200; the Governor's recommendation is 14,200. Costing out
the f1nanciol consequences indicates that neither fTgure b tenable, and
the President will now plan for a compromise figure of 14,600 FYES.
The next meeting of the Board of TrusteH will be April 21, 1971.
The meeting wos odiourned ot 3:10 p.m.
K 4.,,_,,0 iZ7
Terrence J. ;;';:y'
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