C B N T R A L M T C H (jAN UN V8 RS ITY
8 0 A ROO P T R U S T 8 R S
Apri l to, 1987
Central Mic hi gan Unive rsity Boa rd a t Tr ustees
Mt . Pleasa n t , Mic h iga n
Apr ll 10. 1987
"embers present: Dr . Gordon N. Lambie, Chair; Dr . Bernadine N.
Denning; Mr . JUt.chell D. Kehetian; Ir . Raymond A. LaBounty;
Ms. Rachael E . Moreno; Mr. lfliliam C . Odykirk; Mrs . Margaret Ann
Riecker; Mr . Arthur E. Ellis, President .
Membe r absent: Mrs . Alice Tomhoulian .
Also attend ins: Mr . Russell L. He r ron , Secrp.tary to the Board of
Trustees; ilr. James L. HUI , Vice President for Student Aff&irs;
Or. Janice M. Reynolds, Acting Provost; Mr. Jer ry R. Tubbs,
Treasure r of the Boa rd of Trustees and Vice President for
Business and Finance .
The meeting was called to o r der by Chair IAmbie at 9:36 a . m.
The Chair reported that Mrs . Tomboullan was rep r esenti ng the
Unive rsity on b us i ness out ot the state .
It was moved by Dr. Be r nadine Denn ing , seconded by 'Is . Rachael
Mo reno, and ca r ried , that the minutes at the March 6, 1987
meeting be ap proved as submitted .
SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS : ( S tudent Attairs Co.mittee)
I t wa s moved by ~ r . Raymo nd LaBounty, seconded by Ms , Rachael
More no , a nd carried, that the tollowing resolutio ns recognizing
the ou t stand i ng successes ot t he hasketball and wrestling teams
be adopted .
Me n' s Basketball Team
WHEREAS , The Cent r al Michigan Universtty men's basketbal
l team comptled a record at twenty-twn wins and only
eight losses; a nd
Special Resolutio ns continued
WHF.REAS, The Chippewas won the Mid-American Confe rence
championship and the post-season tournament, thereby
becoming the Co nf e rence's representative in the NCAA
championship tournament and, thus, one of the top
sixty-four teams in the nation; and
WHER EAS, The team's success provided the entire campus
with months or e xcitement and pride and brought
considerable public recognition to Ce nt ral Michigan
Univ e rsity; and
WHEREAS , The team's demeanor , conduct and skill, along
with the positive public posture of the enti re coach ing
stafr and the very active involvement of Co nf e r e nce
Coach of the Year Cha r l ie Coles, were a pos i tive
refl ec tio n on this unive r s ity ;
NOW, THEREfORE, The Board of Trustees of Central
Mi chigan University offer s its congratula tions to Coach
Coles, his e nt ire staff and the Chippewas on a highly
s uccessful season a nd a job well done .
WreStling Te ..
WHEREAS , The Central Michigan Unive r si ty wrestli ng team
comple ted anothe r successful season; and
WHEREAS, The t eam successfully defended its s tatus as
Mid-Ame r ican Co nfere nce champions, winning the
championship in rather deciSive s tyle on the heels of
last year's exciti ngl y close victory; and
WHEREAS, Several members of the team re presen t ed the
Un iv e rsity in the recent NCAA national champio nships;
WH EREAS , Coach Charles Sherwood was ri gh tfull y named
Mid-American Con fe re nce Coach of the Year , an honor
that was wel l deserved and whic h refl ects well upon
Coach Sherwood and his enti re prog ram;
NOI, THEREPORE, The Boa rd of Trustees of Central
Mich igan Un i versity otfe rs its cong ratulations to the
entire wrestlI ng team and its coaching starr to r a
successful and en tertaining sea son .
ATHLKTIC PROGRAMS: (Student Afairs Commi ttees)
Pollowing a report to the committee by ~r. David Keilttz,
athletic director, Chai r LaBounty requested that the
administrAtion complete a study whlch wlll providp a ba~is
for making allocation decisions for athletic programs and
RESPONSB TO MARKETING STUDY : (Student Afrairs eo.nittee)
Vice President Hill presented Stude nt Affairs' response to
the marketing study completed by Walker ,Johannson, presidp nt
of the National Institute of Organization Research and
Problem Solving, Ann Arbor .
Roo. AND BOARD RATRS POR 1987-88 : (Plnance Ca.aittee)
I t was moved by Hr, Will iam Odykirk, seconded by Ms . Rachael
Mo r e no, and ca rri ed , that the following re~olution be adopted.
BE IT RESOLVED, That the attached room and board rates
in Exhibit C, Section A, all Residence Hall rates be
app roved to be effective with the start of the Fal l
Semester 1987; That Section B, Otf_Campus Stude nt Pood
Agreement rates be approved to be effective with the
start of the fall Semes ter 1987; That Sect i on C,
Unive r sity Apartments - Single Stude nt rates he
approved to be e ff ective with the sta rt of the Fall
Semester 1987; That Section D, University Apartments -
Pamily Housing rates be approved to be effective
August i, 1987; That $50 of the annual room and boa rd
and single stud e nt apartment rate and 55 of the
individual apartment monthly rate be designated as a
Registration and Processing Fee which is a s pecific
fund t o o ptim ize handling of debt services and /o r
s pecial r e novation and maintenance; That $50 or the
annual room a nd boa rd and single student apartment rate
and $5 of the individual apa r tment monthly rate be
designated as an Ene rgy Co nse rvation fee which is a
s peci fi c fund used for s pecial projec t s in the
r es i de nce halls , tood commons, and apartments that will
s ignificantly reduce e nergy use, or to o pt imize
handling of debt sorvices a nd/or special renovation and
Room and Board Ra t es 1987- 88 cont i nued
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED , That these rates are approved
with the understanding that the Board of Trustees
reserves the right to c hange the rates it , in the
opin i on ot the Board, such cha nge is necessa r y .
A. All Residence Halls
1. Room and 20 meals per week
1Io nday-Saturday 3; Su nday 2
2 . Room and 15 meal s pe r week
3 , Room a nd 13 meals per week
Monday-Satu rday 2; Sunday I
4 . Room and 10 meals per week
Mo nday-Friday 2
5 . Single room assignment additional
amount per day
6 . Ea rly arrival package (Housing and
Boa rd) amou nt per day
Off-Ca_2us Student Food As;reelDent
1. 20-meal plan/ year
2 . IS-meal plan/yea r
3 . 13-meal plan/year
•• la-meal plan/year
C. Onive r si ty A2&rt_ents - Single Students -
1. Preston A, B, C , 0: Includes
cable TV, and telephone
u tilities ,
a. one bedroom (2 students)
b . two bedrooms (4 students)
Roo. and Board Rates 1987-88 conti nued
2 . Wash
t elepho ne , and •• s h, e ,·/e ry e r
a . o ne bedroom (2 students)
b. two bedrooms (4 stud e nts )
5 1 ,520
· Rates quoted are pe r student /academic year at normal
occupancy . Rates tor si ngle occupancy pe r bedroom are
one and o ne _hal t times the base ra te . All apartments
O. Unive rsity A2&rtae nts - ' a_il, Housi ng- -
•• one bedroom $250
b . two bed room 275
c . three bedroom 305
Northwest .nd Preston " B. C, D,
Includes utili ties, ca ble TV .
•• o ne bedroom 250
b . two bedroom 275
WaShington and Preston E, FQ G,
Includes utillti es , cable T •
washer/dryer, t e lephone
•• o ne be droom 265
b. two bedroom 290
· · Rates quoted are pe r apartment/month lo r furnished
units . Unfurni s hed apartments, where available, are
$ 15/mont h l ess than f urnished units .
CBCS AND IPCD TUI TION FOR 1987- 88 : (Pinance Commit tee)
Mr . Willia~ Odykirk, chair of the Pinancp Committee, reported
that 1987-88 TPCD tultion r~tes wil l remain at cur re nt levels
and a recommendation for 1987-88 CF.CS t ui tion will be presented
at the Hay meeting.
COMPUTER SClaNCES agUIPMaNT PURCHASR: (Pinance Committee)
It was moved by Nr. William Odykirk, seconded by Or , Bernadine
Denning, and carried, that the followi ng resolution he adopted,
BE IT RESOLVED , That contracting authority tor the purchase
of a DRC VAX 8530 compute r , related equ i pme nt,
softwa re ~nd extended warra nty be granted to the
Presiden t o r his des ignee fo r an amount nI)t to e xceed
$71 0,000 .
PIIYSICAL PLANT: ( Pinance Commi t tee)
Mr . Jon MacLeod , assista nt
presented a staff r epo rt .
vice pres ident / plant ~anag e ment,
A campus tou r .ill take place in Nay , e • REPORT OP INVESTMENT ACTI VITY : (Fl nance Co.aittee)
The Board rece ived a Report of Investme nt Ac ti vity f or Feb r uary
HITHRNAL AUDITOR SELECTION: (Pinance Coemittee)
Mr , Will iam Od ykirk, chair of the Finance Commi ttee , reported
that Ernst l 'hinney has completed a five-year contract as the
Unive r s ity' s external auditor, and it i s time to begin the
process to selec t a new auditor . Nr . Odykirk has asked the
Internal Auditor to se rve o n the screening committee . A recommendation
will be presented at the July meeting .
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ACADEMIC APPAIRS COMMITTB8 :
Or . Bernadine Oennlng, acting chai r of the Academic Affairs
Comm it tee , re ported that A c t in~ Provos t Reynolds, Dr . Robert
Kohnman, nr, Mary Wardrop and nr. J . Holton Wilson prese nted
exce ll ent re ports on the academic planning process and faculty
de-velopmf'nt . ~l s . Barhara Di xon, c hairperson of the Academic
Senate, presented a r e port on Senate Activities . In addition,
honorary dpg ree nomi nees we re di scussed .
It was move~ by Dr . Bernadine Denning, seconded by Mrs. ~arsaret
Ann Riecker, and ca rri ed, that the fo ll owing resolution be
BE IT RR~nLVF.n, That the Board of Trustees approves the
award i ng of an honorary Oocto r of Humane Letter ..
df"gree t o Neil S . Buc kl e w, President ot West VirSinia
Unive rsity, at the 'lay 9, 1987 commencement
ce remonif"S ,
Dr. Buc klew will also he the commencpment speake r.
I t .... as moved by 1,ls . Rachael 'lo reno, s econd ed by Dr . Bernadine
nenning, and carried, that pe rso nnel r ecommendations as submit t ed
on pages \-6 of the age nda be app rove rl.
It was movt'd hy 'is . Ra c hat>l 'lo r eno , seco ndpd hy Dr . Bernadine
Denning , a nd ca rri~d, that gifts received du r ing Feb r uary in the
amount of 5122 , 691.56 he accepted with app r eciation.
President El l1s repo rted that he Is pl~ased wi th th., functioning
at the commit t eE" structure for Boa rd meetings . Also , Jody
Beerman , women ' s hasketball , received a post-season NrAA scholarship
Chai r Lambie congratulated Dean Myron Henry on his appointment as
Vice President/Academic Affairs at Ol d Dominion .
It was moved by Mrs . Ma rgaret Ann Rlecker, seconded by
Dr . Bernadine Denning, and carried, that the Boa rd move into
closed session to discuss st ra tegy connected with collective
bargaining and to consult with our attorney regarding st rategy in
connect ion with pending litigation. For: Denning, Kehetian ,
LaBounty, Lambie, t.lo re no, Odyktrk, Ricker . Against: no ne .
Absen t : Tomboulian ,
The meeting moved into c losed session at 10:43 a .m.
The meeting r econv e ned in open session at 12:18 p.m .
The meeting adjourned at 12:19 p . m.
Russell L. Herron
Sec reta ry t o the Board
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